Book: The Wounded World by Ariele Sielingcategories: Book, Adventure, Worlds, Aliens, Space, Planets, Father, Son, Young Adult, World Hopping, Future Technology, Wormholes, SciFi, Science Fiction
Ariele Sielingabout this book: Quin returns home to discovered that his father has left a new piece of dangerous technology in his living room, and then run off to another planet to hide. Along with his friend John, Quin hops from world to world trying to find his father, while cleaning up his father's messes along the way. This scifi adventure book takes place on a variety of planets and is mingled with a bit of humor.
This book is geared towards those that like science fiction as well as young adults. I was inspired to write the book by a friend of mine who encouraged me to turn the world I was creating in my head into a book. The title went through a number of variations, including "The Glass Leaf," and "Hazy Blue," but I felt like "The Wounded World" best represented the themes in the book.
When I started writing books, I set out to write a book that I would enjoy, and am happy to say: mission accomplished! I now want to share with readers who have similar tastes as I do.
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