Last day on Mars / Kevin Emerson.

While waiting to leave Mars before it burns up just like the Earth before it, Liam and his friend Phoebe discover some facts about time and space and realize that the human race is just one of the races trying to survive in space.

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Emerson, Kevin, (Author)
Format: Book
Published: New York, NY : Walden Pond Press, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2017]
Edition:First edition.
Series:Emerson, Kevin. Chronicle of the dark star ; bk. 1.
Review by Publisher's Weekly Review

In the year 2213, as humanity abandons the dying solar system ahead of the sun going supernova, several children are drawn into a death-defying, time-and-space-twisting adventure. Liam and Phoebe, both 13, are supposed to be on the last colony ship off of Mars, but their parents must finish vital terraforming experiments before they can leave, in order to ensure that humanity's new home will be habitable. When the Scorpius is forced to depart without them, Liam and Phoebe must figure out a way to catch up to the ship before they're left behind forever. In the process, they encounter alien forces that may have caused Earth's destruction, forces that won't be content until humans are extinct. This first installment of the Chronicle of the Dark Star trilogy is ambitious, exciting, and just a shade terrifying; Emerson (the Exile series) suffuses his story with a sense of melancholy and loss, even though his young protagonists never lived on Earth themselves. While much of the novel serves to set up the next books, it's a satisfying, if unsettling, beginning. Ages 8-12. Agent: Robert Guinsler, Sterling Lord Literistic. (Feb.) © Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.

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