The Fellowship For Alien Detection

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Aliens. Sure. Little green dudes with big eyeballs, come in packs of twelve, sold at the museum for 99 cents. But this book might make you believe otherwise.

Aliens. Sure. Little green dudes with big eyeballs, come in packs of twelve, sold at the museum for 99 cents. But this book might make you believe otherwise.
Haley hates summer. Well, not summer exactly, but what kids do on their summer break. The only thing she gets to do is sign up for the Fellowship for Alien Detection when she knows aliens don’t exist. But when surfing the Internet brings up fascinating information about missing people and missing time, Haley suspects that there might be some truth behind the fiction.
Dodger is crazy. Or at least that’s what he thought after deciding hearing a radio signal inside his head wasn’t normal. But when he gets accepted into the Fellowship for Alien Detection, a normal road trip with his father gets turned into an alien-hunting mission and the radio signal becomes the least of his worries.
Dodger and Haley reach the same conclusion: the aliens are about to destroy the world and the only people who can stop it are, coincidentally, Haley and Dodger. In a breathtaking series of events The Fellowship For Alien Detection plays out the new threat to our world as two thirteen year olds try to stop it.
I would give this book a five out of five stars. But, if you have no intention of reading a book that has a vaguely creepy feel to it I would not recommend it. The author uses great description that makes the book feel lifelike. With plenty of twists and turns, The Fellowship For Alien Detection is a captivating book that will leave you considering your brothers otherworldly speculations.