The Spaceship Next Door

· Sold by HarperCollins
4.2
12 reviews
Ebook
368
Pages
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About this ebook

When a spaceship lands in Sorrow Falls, a lovable and fearless small-town girl is the planet’s only hope for survival

Three years ago, a spaceship landed in an open field in the quiet mill town of Sorrow Falls, Massachusetts. It never opened its doors, and for all that time, the townspeople have wondered why the ship landed there, and what—or who—could be inside.

Then one day a government operative—posing as a journalist—arrives in town, asking questions. He discovers sixteen-year-old Annie Collins, one of the ship’s closest neighbors and a local fixture known throughout the town, who has some of the answers.

As a matter of fact, Annie Collins might be the most important person on the planet. She just doesn’t know it.

4.2
12 reviews
Third-party review
I enjoyed every moment of this fast-paced, fun, and funny book. The characters really came to life in the audiobook narration, and I particularly liked the main character. Definitely recommended for YA readers!
Third-party review
Wonderful, funny, imaginative.
Third-party review
This is a really good story, with realistic and quirky characters.

About the author

GENE DOUCETTE is the author of more than twenty sci-fi and fantasy titles, including The Spaceship Next Door and The Frequency of Aliens, the Immortal series, Fixer and Fixer Redux, Unfiction, and the Tandemstar books. Gene lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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