About the Book:
A missing girl. A world of secrecy. A quest to expose the truth.
Jayne knows they’re gone, but no one else will acknowledge what’s happening.
One by one, they’re systematically erased from existence. No explanations. No missing person’s reports. No search parties.
Something sinister is afoot. Jayne can feel it in her bones. But uncovering the truth will prove difficult, especially when she discovers who and what is behind the devious plot.
As she searches for answers, she grapples with the lingering effects of a head injury, an unexpected forbidden romance, and a strange new reality that changes everything.
Will she uncover the truth, or will she be the next innocent victim?
About the Author:
Earth 101 is the debut novel from Emae Church, an emerging author, based in the South-West of England, who enjoys the adventure of life with two lovely children, when not saving the worldFollow her at:Website: https://emae.church/blog/Twitter: https://twitter.com/EmaeChurch
Earth 101 is the debut novel from Emae Church, an emerging author, based in the South-West of England, who enjoys the adventure of life with two lovely children, when not saving the world Follow her at: Website: https://emae.church/blog/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EmaeChurch
Where to Buy:
Earth 101: Time to Run introduces us to Jayne, a high school student who is shocked to find that some girls in her class go missing. She is the only one who notices them and everyone thinks she’s crazy.
She has to fight against what people think of her and also decide what she’s going to do.
She feels like she can’t trust anybody and then she meets Aiden. He is from the planet Korudaz. I enjoyed seeing their friendship develop and I was anticipating more. Will they be more than friends?
This is a novel about friends, enemies and high school life with a difference. It is a portrait of what happens when you have two different races (Human and alien) in the same place.
It is enjoyable science-fiction and something different.
It is original and I like the twists and turns the plot took. I did think that the terminology and worldbuilding was good, but that there were too many pieces of terminology that I didn’t understand and there were too many different worlds.
I couldn’t keep track of them all.
The good thing is that there were very unique characters and it was a joy to follow them through the story. The writing style is action packed and well thought out. I would love to find another book from Emmae Church in the future. This is a great debut novel.
Thanks to Emmae Church and Zooloo’s Book Tours for my ARC in exchange for an honest and voluntary review.