Hey, it’s me again. I recently read Molly Fyde and the Parsona rescue.
Molly Fyde and the Parsona Rescue- A story that keeps you on the edge of your seat the entire time. It is about an orphan child named Molly that sets out on the adventure of a lifetime to recover her dad’s ship, Parsona, found on the planet of Palan. Born on the planet of Lok she was put into the Navy’s Academy under the care of Lucin, a close family friend, after the death of her parents. She is kicked out of the academy for a bad grade on a simulator test and goes to a real school. Then, right before spring break, she receives word that her father’s ship is discovered, halfway across the galaxy and is launched headfirst into the adventure of a lifetime.
I loved the fast paced plot of this book. At the end of every chapter there is a cliffhanger that jump-starts the action at the beginning of the next chapter. I didn’t like how much death there was. Like when the two glemots blew up their planet and killed millions, which was a huge case of genocide.
I would recommend this book to anyone that likes science fiction and lots of action. Even those that don’t like science fiction might like this. I don’t really like sci-fi and I loved this book. Also they need to be able to keep reading even through the very confusing parts of a book because in the beginning when they are in the Academy’s simulator and you don’t even know that it is a test until later, unless you misread that part, then you’re clueless.
This book reminds me of The Mazerunner because they are both about orphaned kids that are trained for something that will become useful in the future. Also, they both have a plot where the main characters can never have a normal life ever again.