Aoleon The Martian Girl: Part 4 Illegal Aliens (An Exciting and Funny Middle Grade Science Fiction Adventure)

Aoléon and Gilbert are on the run – with a whole army of Martians on their trail!



Having foiled the Luminon’s plot to disrupt the Martian galact supply, Aoléon and Gilbert join forces with Bizwat – a Procyon commando who poses as a pizza delivery guy, and Helios – a first-generation soldierbot. They flee the Martian megalopolis aboard a flying saucer with the Luminon’s paladin guards in fast pursuit.

Their luck quickly goes from bad to worse. Their saucer is blown out of the sky, and they crash deep in the forbidding Martian desert, more than a thousand miles away from their intended destination.

Battling starvation, thirst, and a Klyklon dust storm (not to mention a giant slor intent on swallowing them whole), will our two intrepid heroes live long enough to reach the secret base where Aoléon’s parents are being held captive?

Dive into part four of Aoléon the Martian Girl to find out!
Kindle Edition, 184 pages
Published on February 1, 2015 by Aoléon Press
ISBN-10: 0986208248
ISBN-13: 9780986208249
1 Book Review
  • kyliamico8
    kyliamico8over 6 years55 stars
    Uh oh.. We're doomed! Aoleon and Gilbert fially learned of the Luminon's plan of invading Earth and Aoleon's parents were abducted. Good thing she had her trusted crew - Gilbert the human, Zoot her brave pet, Bizwat the undercover Procyon disguised as a pizza delivery guy, Helios the gigantic robot with sense of humor, Kyrios an old Martian ally, and the leader of the renaissance, Pax. And of course, how can we forget those giant chiron - like little furless dinosaurs, only cuter! I was so happy when we learned that Gilbert finally had his superpowers / psionic abilities like moving an object with his mind and creating psionic bubble and emitting a ball of energy from his hands. Those powers are really cool! my boy exclaimed! But the last part where they were almost eaten by the giant slor or a sand-eel, man that was so scary! The author and illustrator did a great job with this book. We admire Brent's talent in storytelling and works of art, he is a genius. We can't wait to finish the entire series!