No Aliens Allowed (Flight Knights, Book 1)

No Aliens Allowed (Flight Knights, Book 1)

by C.D. Bryan

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No Aliens Allowed (Flight Knights, Book 1) by C.D. Bryan

3 FRIENDS – 2 SECRETS – 1 MISSION
Brian Parker and his best friends, Hanna Stevens and Mark Adams are on the run—again.
But this time they outsmart the school bullies by crossing into a forbidden government DANGER ZONE.
But they’ll be fine, right? WRONG.
Parker and his friends make a Galactic discovery of a lifetime. And everything changes.
Now they have BIGGER problems—MEANER and GREENER problems—and secrets to keep, and a mission to complete.
Can they keep the secrets?
Can they complete the mission?
And will the changes last...
forever?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151833271
Publisher: C.D. Bryan
Publication date: 03/22/2015
Series: Flight Knights , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 481 KB
Age Range: 5 - 11 Years

About the Author

Chris is author of the award winning debut Middle Grade novel, Jicky Jack And The Ominous Promise. His goal is to create books that are engaging, adventurous, funny, and inspirational for kids of all ages - even those adults who secretly never grew up. In his youth, Chris was a Cub Scout, a Webelo & a Boy Scout. He walked across the Golden Gate bridge alone at the age of 9. He helped save a homeless man at the age of 10. He flew a plane at the age of 15. Then after graduating into adulthood; he sailed the Pacific Ocean, became a scuba diver and worked as a hamster in more cubicles than he cares to count. He's a graduate of Augsburg College. He's been in three Hollywood movies. He likes cold pizza, chess, re-runs of M*A*S*H, great books & music and fall breezes. He's never found a four-leaf clover or sunken treasure or seen a UFO, yet! Chris lives in Florida with his family, a very dusty replica of "Wilson" the volleyball, a whole lot of books, and a RED SUPERHERO phone.... To discover more of his work search for "Jicky Jack And The Ominous Promise" or his new "Flight Knights" series on Amazon, Smashwords, Google Play, iTune/iBookstore, and other online book retailers. You can also join him online at the following sites and follow him on Facebook and Twitter: *** Twitter at https://twitter.com/FlightKnights *** Twitter handle is @FlightKnights *** Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Author.CDBryan *** Goodreads at https://www.goodreads.com/CDBryan Feel Free to drop him a note. He always personally responds. Thank you for stopping by and have a Great Day.

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No Aliens Allowed (Flight Knights, Book 1) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite1 More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Ryan Priest for Readers' Favorite C.D. Bryan has written an excellent introduction to his Flight Knight series. In his first book, No Aliens Allowed, the three children are introduced. Parker, along with his friends Hanna and Mark, are being chased by bullies when they stumble upon an alien crash site. They receive five boxes that will change their very beings. These boxes are sought by the government, as well as by alien forces, and the children will need to protect them as well as each other. Throughout the story that follows, adventure is quick, surprises abound, and the future will never look the same. Join Parker, Hanna, and Mark as they embark on the first adventure as Flight Knights. And remember, no aliens allowed. This is an excellent beginning to the Flight Knight series. It is fast paced and there is absolutely never a dull moment. The entire book takes place in the space between the end of school and sunset. There is less violence than I expected for a book about children fighting aliens, but that does not take away from the story in the least. If you enjoy fast paced sci-fi action, this is the book for you. It will take you on a journey that will excite and energize you. C.D. Bryan is an excellent author. No Aliens Allowed is an excellent sci-fi book and most preteens would love it (boys especially).