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Like Doctor Who? You'll love the new action-packed adventure by Ali Sparkes - winner of the Blue Peter Book of the Year Award!

Imagine you are the only survivor from another planet. You've spent 10 years on a spaceship learning how to be human, and now the end of your journey is in sight...

All you have to do is land safely, convince the earthlings that you're a real teenager, and start your new life on Earth. No problem.

Except that the killer alien responsible for wiping out your people has hitched a lift. And it's just a matter of time before it starts on the human race....

©2014 Ali Sparkes (P)2020 Ali Sparkes

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He’s spaced out somewhere!

I’m already a big Ali Sparkes fan so I was excited to listen to destination earth, as I’m also quite keen on Level 42. Without giving away my age (er maybe I just have) I was wondering whether this book would be a good listen but as I’ve enjoyed so many of Ali’s other books I figured I’d give it a go. I love Ali’s style of writing, the humour and the fact that she manages to put across a story with a theme that is really quite menacing but that wouldn’t leave most young readers/listeners having nightmares. It was highly entertaining and I like the character development throughout. I really cared about what happened to Lucy. And I even think that because Mark King is such a nice bloke I don’t think he would spill the beans either! If you’re asking yourself spill the beans about what then you should read the book. Five stars out of five stars for Ali yet again.