From a Distant Star review by Meghan40694
From a Distant Star
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 13
Reviewer's Location - Sioux City, Iowa, United States
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When Lucas goes from his deathbed to making a miraculous recovery from cancer, his girlfriend, Emma, who stayed by his side for weeks, begins to notice he's not quite the same as he was before his illness. According to his doctor, that is "quite normal." But when a couple of feds show up at the door, asking to take a look around the family farm, she gets even more concerned. But it doesn't take long before Emma and Lucas's little brother begin putting the pieces together. Can Emma save the boy she loves?

Opinion: 

This book created immense visualization for me and was very emotional. Although there were a few times I found myself skimming through the pages, many aspects of the book, including the storyline, were unique and adventuresome. Karen McQuestion has an interesting writing style that stood out to me. I would recommend this novel to anyone up for an adventurous cocktail of a touching love story with a sci-fi twist!

Rating:
4
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

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I would say this book has content that may be of mature nature to some readers, depending on age and what you're comfortable with. There is romance and some sexual content.
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