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Do you love science fiction?
Get set for a journey across space, time, a dizzying array of unique worlds, and even other universes!

The Boy Who Fell into the Sky

Jeff Bowman doesn’t know that he is anything other than a normal 14 year old. No one does-at least, no one that's human. Not yet.

Like most kids hi
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Kindle Edition, 2, 234 pages
Published July 22nd 2014 by PossessorWars.com (first published February 24th 2012)
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Chad Spencer
May 07, 2012 Chad Spencer added it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
When you live in a building that’s a mile in diameter and 3,000 stories high, life tends to be pretty predictable, even if it isn’t easy. At least that’s what 14-year-old Jeff Bowman thinks until everything he knows turns completely upside down.

In the year 2715, Jeff’s father decides to remarry. Now Jeff must face the prospect of life with a stepmother and a stepbrother that he hates. Making matters worse, Jeff’s father states that he is taking his new family to colonize a distant planet, shatte
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Rachel Barnard
Oct 01, 2014 Rachel Barnard rated it liked it
Jeff Bowman lives a normal life… for a kid living in a mile-wide thousands of stories tall 'arcology' in a world where there are colonies beyond earth. Jeff, his friends Harriet and Akio, and a growing network of their friends have found a way to make extra money for school, lessons, and programs for their datapads. They rebuilt robots to help garden, because everybody eats synthpaste and real fruits and veggies are valued highly. Their friendship is disrupted when they are separated by ...more
Chad Spencer
May 07, 2012 Chad Spencer added it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
When you live in a building that’s a mile in diameter and 3,000 stories high, life tends to be pretty predictable, even if it isn’t easy. At least that’s what 14-year-old Jeff Bowman thinks until everything he knows turns completely upside down.

In the year 2715, Jeff’s father decides to remarry. Now Jeff must face the prospect of life with a stepmother and a stepbrother that he hates. Making matters worse, Jeff’s father states that he is taking his new family to colonize a distant planet, shatte
...more
Chad Spencer
Aug 18, 2014 Chad Spencer added it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
When you live in a building that’s a mile in diameter and 3,000 stories high, life tends to be pretty predictable, even if it isn’t easy. At least that’s what 14-year-old Jeff Bowman thinks until everything he knows turns completely upside down.

In the year 2715, Jeff’s father decides to remarry. Now Jeff must face the prospect of life with a stepmother and a stepbrother that he hates. Making matters worse, Jeff’s father states that he is taking his new family to colonize a distant planet, shatte
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David Conger
Oct 07, 2014 David Conger rated it it was amazing
I like this book and helped publish it under the original title for the series. Because Goodreads lets authors and publishers comment on their own books, I'm chiming in on this one.

The main characters in this book are not natural born superheros. They're average 8th graders who are facing the usual problems of life in the 38th Century. Those problems include growing poverty and their creative solutions to it. When poverty eventually forces the characters out of the world they know, they face new
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Chad Spencer
Aug 17, 2015 Chad Spencer rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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I am Chad Spencer, the author of this book. This book was previously published by a small company that is no longer in the publishing industry. As part of re-releasing it, I re-wrote it and re-branded it. The editions that indicate that the series name is Children of the Sky are out of date and probably out of circulation. This Kindle ebook is the one you should read.
Rory Everett
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The was a cool book. I liked that the main character was just a regular guy, not a natural superhero. The kinds of things that happened in his family are what happens in real life. He was more real because he made mistakes. He wasn't always the goody-goody.
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I love science fiction. Since witnessing the first landing on the Moon (yes, it did really happen in spite of what skeptics say), I have always wanted to go into space. Much to my dismay, I have yet to find a commercial spaceliner that will take me there on my current budget. I find this disturbing given the fact that the books and movies of my youth clearly promised affordable commercial space ...more
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