“Welcome to your new favorite YA sci-fi series! With elements of Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game and the best of Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson books, Landfall kept me burning through the pages. I hope Jerry Aubin is typing right now, because I can’t wait to return to The Ship!” -Owen Egerton, author, screenwriter, director
Landfall: The Ship Series // Book One
The Ship fled a dying Earth to save the human race.
Launched as the last gasp of humanity, the Ship was built atop a massive asteroid and set out to preserve the species by seeding the universe with one billion colonists. Generations of Crew, trained to be either Flight or Marines, have spent 5,000 years protecting the Ship and its civilian cargo from the constant threat of alien violence.
Fifteen-year-old Zax has always had trouble fitting in with the other cadets, but he’s finally on the cusp of attaining his dream and gaining entrance to the Pilot Academy. Catching the eye of the Flight Boss and winning him as a mentor should guarantee Zax a top spot, unless the shocking discovery he makes along the way destroys not only his career, but also the Ship itself.
If you enjoy gritty adventures with young adult protagonists like Ender’s Game, then you’ll love Landfall. With PG-rated violence, extremely limited cursing, and zero sex, the five books in The Ship Series have been enjoyed by readers and listeners of all ages.
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★★★★★ “An engaging and completely believable world and story that sucks you in and doesn’t let go!”
★★★★★ “Loved it! Nerdy sci-fi that’s like a cross between Battlestar Galactica and Ender’s Game”
★★★★★ “Engaging story and characters, hard to put down!”
★★★★★ “This book was so much fun! The world is cool and engaging.”
★★★★★ “My fifth grader read this book in almost one sitting. She loved it so much, I read it myself. This book rocks.”
★★★★★ “Compelling sci-fi–even for those who aren’t always fans of the genre”