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Michael Morgan is no ordinary boy. His life is an experiment, the first boy to be raised in space. Two hundred and fifty miles above the planet’s surface, on the space station Daedalus, Michael dreams about visiting earth for the first time. On the earth below, Peter Davies dreams about going into space.

When the two meet, adventure is not far behind, as well as plenty of d
Published April 12th 2016 by Smashwords Edition
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Amy Mckee
Aug 16, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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An interesting concept and a fun and easy introduction to sci-fi for someone transitioning into YA.
Grant Leishman
May 15, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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When I first picked up this book I thought it was actually a children's book, but it's not, it's definitely a young adult, science fiction adventure. I thought the theme of the book had an interesting premise, so was keen to give it a read.
A young man, sixteen-year-old Michael Morgan was born on the space station, orbiting earth, and had spent his entire life, to that point on the station - he had never been to Earth.
Michael's parents were both long gone when he was a baby. His mother had been
Apr 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It would seem that space is having something of a renaissance. First we had Chris Hadfield shooting a music video in orbit, then we watched Tim Peake present a BRIT Award to Adele live from the ISS. Space is cool again. But, much more importantly, NASA and other space programs have finally embraced the concept of space belonging to everyone. Space exploration is no longer a race between warring nations, but a joint, global venture to discover, learn and tweet cool pictures.

So, no better time for
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