Alien Pets

Alien Pets


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Alien Pets by Trisha McNary







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Alien Pets


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Life gets weird when you’re adopted by an alien. One million years in the future, young human Antaska and her psychic cat are adopted as pets by a gigantic alien. Traveling in outer space, she becomes telepathic in a world where that’s dangerous. Then she gets into a love triangle that’s even more dangerous. Her cat tries to tell Antaska what she’s doing wrong, but will she listen?
More books in the Xeno Relations series:
hypnoSnatch - Is it love, or is it alien abduction? Things keep getting weirder when Antaska travels in outer space with an alien and her psychic cat. Mischievous but evil part-reptile humanoids team up with Antaska’s nemesis, a genetically enhanced fitness instructor, to take revenge on her to the ends of the universe. Her unexpected alien abduction spoils their plans.
Bonded in Space - Strange things happen when a crazy alien can’t get you out of his mind.
Just out of space school, Pweet can’t wait to take off from Earth. But she runs into problems with the giant aliens who take Earthlings into space. Marroo the slave hunter wants to forget about Antaska. So he comes up with the perfect plan. He’ll kidnap another Earth female, experience her love, and then move on. But it’s not working out like he expected. Now he’s got feisty, high-maintenance Pweet on his hands. Antaska wants to forget about Marroo too, but can she? Two more psychic cats show up to adopt humanoids and read their minds when they feel like it.


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I agree with Kelly. The writing was more in-line with middle school but I found myself looking for more books the same and wanted to find out what happened next
I read a lot of YA fantasy. I was a bit confused exactly where this book fit in. The content is definitely YA while the writing comes off as more Middle Grade. I say this because, while the concept was very original and entertaining as the plot progressed (YA), the writing was very elementary. And all the characters had a middle-schooler mentality. I was able to skim a good portion of the story and get a good idea of where it was heading. I gave it a 4 mostly because, its one heck of an original story. Potat was reminiscent of the Ghattis books from the early 90's which I LOVED, and both the main character, Antaska and M. Hoyvil, had great character development along the way. In spite of the writing, I found the book enjoyable.