Finally, Eva Nine has gotten what she has always wanted: other humans. When she and her friends are rescued by Hailey, another human, Eva couldn't be happier. Now she has everything she has ever dreamed of. Hailey brings Eva and her friends to the human colony New Attica, where humans of all shapes and sizes live in apparent peace and harmony.
But all is not idyllic in New Attica, and soon Eva Nine and her friends realize that something very bad is going on--and if they don't stop it, it could mean the end of everything and everyone on Orbona.
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Number of Pages: 437
Reviewed by Lily, age 10
A Hero for WondLa is one of the best books I have ever read. This book captivated me from the very beginning. I truly did not want to read the last page of the book because if I did, it meant the book was done, but I wanted it to keep going. The story is a fun and irresistible adventure that involves 12 year old Eva Nine travelling to the human city of New Attica to begin her new life with the Caerulean alien Rovender Kitt who has lost her robotic caretaker Muthr. The author has created a number of unique characters that I really enjoyed getting to know and care about. I laughed and cried. A Hero for WondLa is the second book in the series and I strongly recommend that readers read The Search for Wondla (Book 1) before reading this book. The Search for Wondla is a great book and it will make reading A Hero for WondLa an even better experience.
A giant thank you to Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing for this awesome book, it has a special place on my bookshelf.
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Lily, age 10
Lily, age 10