Prince of Terrastar

Prince of Terrastar

by Karen L. Redmond


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Prince of Terrastar 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bought this book for my nieces, ended up reading it myself, and buying two more copies for them so I could have my own. This book mixes suspenseful adventures with a message of hope for a compassionate world. When Anna and Dakota make their way to Terrastar, they find themselves in a paradise created by ancient, yet superior technology that serves an ingenious race of Earthlings. They get a chance to compare the violence and dissension, that exists in our world, with a superior way of living. I think that this is an important book for readers of all ages and from every walk of life. It does a great job of showing the power of peace and that we are all connected. I really like the fact that it teaches that there are more commonalities among us than differences, if we just take the time to look. It is an action-packed page turner to the very last page, which also leaves you gobsmacked. I am really looking forward to reading the second book in this series. Based on the last sentence in this book, it promises to be another page-turner.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had never heard of a Starseed before this book. I just thought the cover looked interesting because I like crystals. But, wow, what a great book! You never know where the main characters are going to end up next. This book is full of nail-biting adventures, and the message to mankind is very interesting. I can see how it would be a good book for teens, but the message is so beautiful that it is a great story for adults as well. The author did a good job of embedding a message of peace, tolerance and acceptance in a book full of bad guys and dangerous situations. You get to see how our world compares to Utopia, which in this book is called Terrastar. I want to live in Terrastar!