Ú The Far Horizon || ✓ PDF Read by ↠ Patty Jansen

By Patty Jansen | Comments: ( 370 ) | Date: ( Dec 16, 2019 )

Of all the things ten year old Cory Wilson expects to do when he moves to Midway Space Station, saving aliens from humans isn t one An important conference is about to start at the station, not usually the sort of thing kids care about, not even when the conference is between humans and aliens, and half your family is alien However, when bullies tease Cory, he ends up inOf all the things ten year old Cory Wilson expects to do when he moves to Midway Space Station, saving aliens from humans isn t one An important conference is about to start at the station, not usually the sort of thing kids care about, not even when the conference is between humans and aliens, and half your family is alien However, when bullies tease Cory, he ends up in a prohibited area where he overhears some men planning to plant a bomb at the conference Because the terrorists hide their messages in computer games, no one believes Cory, not even his father, the station director Kids at school think he s crazy, some even think aliens should be bombed The conference starts, the aliens have brought a very important person, and Cory s teacher, one of the terrorists, locks Cory in the classroom Can he get out in time If he does, will anyone listen


  • Title: The Far Horizon
  • Author: Patty Jansen
  • ISBN: 9780987200914
  • Page: 371
  • Format: ebook

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Patty Jansen

Author of Science Fiction and fantasy and non fiction.Author of the Ambassador series, the Icefire Trilogy, For Queen And Country series and the Return of the Aghyrians series Join the official newsletter



Comments The Far Horizon

  • Simon

    The Far Horizon is a junior science fiction novel intended for ages 9-12. At the beginning the protagonist, Cory, is having trouble accepting his father's new partner. It's a tricky time in any child's life, but doubly-so when the new partner happens to be a member of a technologically-advanced alien race.There's a lot of political intrigue in this book, more than I was expecting for the intended age group, but the author's notes on explain that the book is intended to be read aloud by parents. [...]


  • Carly Kirk

    While this is a book for young children it was still helpful to me because I definitely enjoyed getting to learn what Cory was like at a young age and how some of feelings about "aliens" developed and were influenced during this time. If you're a fan of the Ambassador series by Patty Jansen then you'll probably like to read this as well.


  • Lisa Metlak

    Joint Review for Editor's Cove by Lisa Metlak and Duncan Metlak (age 11)Cory Wilson wasn't happy when his father married Erith, an alien from the Union. However, when Cory’s father was assigned to Midway Space Station, Cory never thought the residents would hate the aliens as much as they did. When he stumbles upon a plan to harm the delegates at an important human-alien conference happening on the station, nobody believes him. Will Cory be able to convince his father and the delegates that so [...]


  • Andreas

    When Cory was eight, his mother died of cancer. Now two years later, his father is marrying an "extraterrestrial humanoid" or "Ethie". Humans are in contact with a number of alien species, all of which are genetically related to humanity and each other. Cory and his family then leave for Midway Station, where his father takes up the post of director shortly before an important conference between the Union and the nations of Earth. But radical factions of humanity want to throw a wrench in the wo [...]


  • Marlene

    This little book just got better and better. It's good, old-fashioned science fiction, the kind that's just perfect for curling up with.With a ten-year old hero, I guess the book qualifies as YA or middle grade. But it kept my interest all the way through, with good, complex characters, and a story-line busy enough for the adult mind. The space station setting is accurate and rich, portrayed quite well through the story, without pages and pages of exposition to "describe" everything.There are a [...]


  • Sift Book Reviews

    I like a book to grab me from the beginning, and though this book didn't really have that effect for me, I devoured it once the story got going. By the time I was 20 pages in I didn't want to put it down. As a reader, I would definitely read more of Jansen's work based on this experience. Read the entire review at Sift: siftbookreviews/2Review by: Kayelee of Sift Book ReviewsSift Book Reviews received a free copy for review from the author. This has, in no way, affected the reviewer's opinion.


  • B.J. Baye

    While obviously aimed at a younger audience, even as an adult I found this book to be excellent. My only complaint is that the ending seems a bit sudden and I'd have liked to see a little more of the aftermath. I fully accept I'm not the target audience, though, and the ending may be just what younger readers want.


  • P. Christopher Colter

    A quick but excellent sci-fi adventure. The Far Horizon may take place in the future at a space station, but it touches on themes of racism and acceptance that impact us all directly here on Earth right now. I'd highly recommend this book, and am looking forward to future works by Patty Jensen.


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