When I found out that I was going to be getting an ARC of this I was like I loved the first two books and was so happy to get book three
In Earth Flight Jarra is still feisty as ever. She’s handicapped by her immune system that won’t allow her to use the portal to get off her home planet. I want to make it clear that this series is a series. You do NOT want to read these out of order or you will be lost! This is another series that I ask why do all the good series have to end.
This is one of the few series where you will be cheering on all the characters. You don't want anything bad to happening to them. The story in Earth Flight is a little slower than the others. But don't let that discourage you to read this one. It’s so worth it.
The ending of this book gives us everything we asked for. Fans of this series will be screaming for joy at the end. I don't think it could have been better if it tried. I really love how far each character has come since the start of this series.
The world of Earth Girl will be sadly missed. And I really do need to get these in finished copy to add to my ever growing shelf. Haha.
On a side note these covers have been my fav since it started!
Go Into This One Knowing
These book have a message. Readers get a space romance.
Jarra never wanted to be a celebrity. All she ever wanted was to gain some respect for the people left on Earth: the unlucky few whose immune system prevents them from portaling to other planets.
Except now she's the most famous Earth girl in the universe - but not everyone in the universe is happy about it, nor the fact that she has found love with a norm. Jarra's actions have repercussions that spread further than she ever could have imagined, and political unrest threatens to tear apart the delicate balance of peace between humanity's worlds.
On top of everything, the first alien artifact ever discovered appears to be waiting for Jarra to reveal its secrets. But to do so, she must somehow find a way to leave Earth - or else the alien artifact will be lost forever. Is there a way for Jarra to travel to another planet? Or is her destiny only to look to the stars - but never to reach them?
Age Range: 12 and up / Grade Level: 7 and up