Annette Oppenlander reviews May's Moon Fortis Mission

02/09/19 | By Brynneth-Nimue Brown
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Author Annette Oppenlander reviews May's Moon Fortis Mission.

Have you ever wondered what life is like on the International Space Station (ISS)? Or how it feels to walk on the moon? Part adventure, part mystery, May’s Moon: Fortis Mission, book two of Michael May’s teen space adventure series, lets readers experience what it is like to be an astronaut—albeit a young one.

Two years have passed since Michael May attended the Children’s Space Program and was chosen for a mission. Along with his best friend, Buddy, he’s joined a team of international astronauts, trained hard and is now traveling to the ISS.

But things start going wrong almost immediately: unexplained accidents, apparent system failures and an unexpected and fateful change to the mission. Could it have to do with Michael’s nemesis, the nasty Jia Li, who has finagled a spot onto the ISS under an assumed name? Palmer’s story is full of surprises and exciting scenes, keeping you engaged to the end—a space adventure for all ages.

May's Moon Fortis Mission is a middle grade book and the second installment of the May's Moon trilogy. find out more about book 1 here -

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