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Aoleon: The Hollow Moon (Part 3) by Brent LeVasseur

5 stars

(Excerpt from Goodreads) Aoléon and Gilbert investigate the Luminon to try and uncover the plot to invade Earth to steal it’s milk cows. In the process, they discover a disturbing revelation about the Martian leader. After overhearing the Luminon discuss his plans to use sabotage to disrupt Mars’s galact supply, the duo races to try and to warn Aoléon’s father Deimos, who is a manager at the galactworks plant before the saboteur can act.

Meanwhile, Aoleon has to take her pilots exam, which would enable her to eventually join the Martian intergalactic explorational fleet. However, during the test-run, something goes horribly wrong. The two are put in a life threatening situation that only Bizwat, a Procyon commando, and Aoléon’s friend can save them from.

Gilbert finally gets his chance to learn to skyboard. However, things go horribly wrong and they are chased by the Royal Paladin guard.

Will they survive?

It’s time for Aoleon and Gilbert to get serious about investigating the Luminon. While spying on him they learn about a plot to steal Earth’s milk cows to start a war. Aoleon and Gilbert rush to the Galactworks to try and stop the attack and to keep Aoleon’s father safe. Although they are too late, they discovery that they know the sabatour and that she is being forced to do things like the attack to keep her family safe.

Things look up when it is Aoleon’s time to take her pilots test. But things go horribly wrong when they are mistaken as spies and barely escape with their lives. Clearly there is a major plot to start a war and both Aoleon and Gilbert have stumbled into it. Neither is going to be safe until they follow through trying to help the resistance since they are at the top of the list for suspicious activity. The question is how are they going to try and stop the war.

I absolutely love this series. It would be great for kids with the action and wonderful pictures to go along with it. But as an adult I love how both Aoleon and Gilbert are kids and get to do kid stuff, like riding skyboards yet get into sticky situations to try and stop the war. There is lots of action with some tense scenes but that just keeps you reading and wanting more.

This is a great series for any age. I have loved the first three books with each of the next books getting better than the last. I can’t wait to read the next two parts.

I received this book for free from the iRead Book Tours in exchange for a review.

For more information on Aoleon: The Hollow Moon or Brent LeVasseur be sure to check out Amazon, Goodreads, or Brent’s website.


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