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Mothership by Martin Leicht
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Aug 05, 12

Read on July 16, 2012

Rating: Sud-Kissed
Source: ARC Requested from Simon & Schuster

my thoughts in a few sentences: Martin Leicht and Isla Neal spread laughter with their fresh take on teen issues and their hilarious heroine creation. Mothership by Martin Leicht and Isla Neal puts a lighthearted spin on sci-fi, paranormal elements to bring us an outrageous and enjoyable story set in space. There’s nothing overly serious or emotionally wrenching about Mothership by Martin Leicht and Isla Neal, however that doesn’t mean it isn’t a good book. In fact, I wish there were more books like it! It’s unique yet predictable, but in that comfortable, amusing way that gets a bit addictive instead of irritating, and it reads like a movie spoof. If you want a story you can laugh your way through even as you relate to the heroine then Mothership by Martin Leicht and Isla Neal is your go-to read, and would be a fun companion along your summer treks.

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Reading Progress

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07/16/2012 page 40
13.0% ""So, um, invaders. That's new" xD"
07/16/2012 page 60
19.0% "Love that line xDD"
07/16/2012 page 145
45.0% "Too FRAKING funny."
07/16/2012 page 234
73.0% ""I'm often incredibly sarcastic when addressing myself.""
07/16/2012 page 280
88.0% "Hilarious but in a silly, alien-movie-spoof kind of way."
07/16/2012 page 320
100.0% "Oh, shitballs!"
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