Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth
Sputnik's guide on Earth isn't a bad plot or even badly written, I simply believe that this adventure about an unlikely friendship, that is made to save the world is written for a younger audience. Prez is a young boy living in temporary, while his grandfather is deemed unfit for looking after him, he is about to spend an exciting summer with an outer space boy, who by everyone else on Earth, is seen as a dog, Sputnik. Sputnik brings Prez grave news that he must find a list of ten things to do on Earth for it not to be shrunken. While you would except this to be easy, Sputnik doesn't happen to be interested in ancient pyramids or beautiful architecture, but in instructions and everyday objects like TV remotes and facial cream. a surprising sci-fi, fantasy story of two friends under pressure of love and rules. I would rate this book 6/10, just because it is a great story for younger children.
Posted on: 30th May 2017 at 08:39 pm
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