Voyagers Booklist review – this is gonna be good!

The first Voyagers review is in. Off to a smashing good start! This is a series I created, but there are six writers. Once we send kids into orbit, they’ll stay there for a full year – one book every two months starting in September 2015. So excited for kids to leave planet Earth. Find out more at www.voyagershq.com

VOYAGERS: PROJECT ALPHA – MacHale, D. J. (Author).
Four boys and four girls, all 12 years old, enter a contest to stop Earth’s growing energy crisis in this exciting and action-packed sf thriller, the first of a six-book multiplatform series written by six different, well-known authors. Only four kids will be chosen to fly into space to find the Source, a material that contains enough energy to keep Earth from going permanently dark. The competitors include a wheelchair-bound girl and others from diverse races, cultures, and economic backgrounds. They’re all supersmart, highly competitive, and not necessarily likable. Dash Conroy is an exception and the only character to have his own chapter-length backstory. Perhaps not surprisingly, they have all been misled about their mission, including the fact that they won’t be able to assemble the Source until they have retrieved six elements from six different planets (conveniently, one for each book in the series). Readers are encouraged to go online after cracking the codes in the books along with the kids as they face dangerous obstacles in this fun, Jurassic Park–like space adventure.
HIGH-DEMAND BACKSTORY: A page-long promotional plan and an author roster that includes Robin Wasserman, Patrick Carman, and Kekla Magoon reveals 39 Clues–like ambition. This could be ubiquitous, so acquire accordingly. — Sharon Rawlins

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  1. Very cool. Excited about this series.

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