See You in the Cosmos Paperback – 2 March 2017
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The narration is a delight, swerving from space jokes and naivety to childlike wisdom (Financial Times)
I haven't read anything that has moved me this much since Wonder . . . The very best books are rare and powerful magic, as if they were conjured by the stars. See You in the Cosmos is one of these. Hero Alex Petroski is eleven years old, in search of himself and the universe. His extraordinary journey is relatable and timeless, and I wanted to stay forever in this funny, wise, beautiful world. (Jennifer Niven, New York Times bestselling author of All the Bright Places and Holding Up the Universe)
I am a sucker for road trip novels and this is one of the best and sweetest I've read in ages. Alex is an unforgettably lovely narrator, and his story is out of this world. (Robin Stevens, author of the bestselling Murder Most Unladylike series)
Falling in love with a new book: the very beautiful See You in the Cosmos . . . this is something special (Emily Drabble, BookTrust)
Moving and hopeful . . . an unmissable adventure. One to watch. (The Bookseller)
A touching debut, with a clever narrative device and a deeply affecting hero (Daily Mail)
4.5 STARS (Sun)
Cheng has captured a view of the cosmos through a child's eyes, and that is the book's real pleasure' (Daily Telegraph)
I love this book - the characters , the story, but most of all, the voice . . . It's a story a story that changes the way you see the world (Holly Goldberg Sloan, New York Times bestselling author of Counting By 7’s)
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- Item Weight : 223 g
- Paperback : 320 pages
- ISBN-10 : 9780141365602
- ISBN-13 : 978-0141365602
- Dimensions : 12.9 x 1.9 x 19.8 cm
- Publisher : Puffin (2 March 2017)
- Reading level : 9 - 16 years
- Language: : English
- ASIN : 0141365609
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- #3,016 in Children's Literature & Fiction (Books)
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Cover: 5/5 (it's just so beautiful!!)
You might feel like wishing for the story to quicken its pace at times, but the second half is worth the slight drag in the middle.
Overall, a great rea
Normally I prefer Nonfiction over Fiction with an exception when it is science based or inspired. And this book is my first YA kind, at first the cover impressed me and after reading the description, i felt confident enough to try it and I'm glad i did it. It's very different from the conventional varieties of it. I could feel some pretty inspirations as well as pretty much enthusiasm from Carl Sagan, Antoine de saint Exupery, Elon Musk and many oblivious people.
The story went real nice that i felt confident enough about the well-being of the characters right from the beginning even though some odds are thrown by the author for the suspense. The background of the characters and events are so rich in experience and provided so much easiness in reading.
However I felt the experience was richer in the first half of the book. The kid, Alex Petrovski "recording the events in his ipod" style narration is very very nice to read and considerably affected by the kid's perspective of Innocent wisdom. The philosophical - inferential part deserves much appreciation referring the contexts of science as a sheer source of spirituality. Not much science in the plot, only the philosophical understandings from sentient perspective. So people with diverse interests can find it comfortable to read especially people who don't give a thing about science.