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  • The New Arilion Knights

  • By: Jonathan Yanez
  • Narrated by: Angela Dawe
  • Length: 15 hrs and 39 mins
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Summary

The New Arilion Knights contains books 1-3 of the series. 

Emma’s problems go far beyond carb-counting mean girls. 

With nonhuman-like pointed ears and a stuttering problem brought on by anxiety, she’s one of the few who know Earth’s about to be blindsided with annihilation. 

What if the only way to save her home is to secretly join the academy of intergalactic warriors? And the only way to save her dad is to betray him? 

It’s up to this wallflower to stop bullying from going extraterrestrial. 

For fans who enjoy The Illuminae Files and Green Lantern Corps, this one has your name written all over it.

©2018 Jonathan Yanez (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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  • mary catherine brown
  • 26-06-22

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I really enjoyed this book. id like it if this author would write a sequel too the Invasion Trilogy, boy those book's are EPIC

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  • tosbanzai
  • 25-01-22

Mediocre story

I read the other Arilion Knights books and this series set is a stinker in-comparison. I don’t know if it was the lack of inclusion from Castle or the editing wasn’t too focused on the content so much as structure & grammar, but this book just felt very dull compared to the other Arilion books. The main character wasn’t bad or anything like that. The performance was actually pretty great. Just, the actual content & story was generally mediocre.

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  • Hussain M.
  • 24-12-20

Harry Potter Meets Green Lantern & She Ra

I was brought here by the Gateway to the galaxy series and Metal Fury by the same author.

I was a bit iffy at the very start but then ended up Loving the character development a lot more than i did Frank Wolf, THe Hilarious dialogues... Emma's New Alien friends are just colorful and delightful.

Then comes the action, the Challenges, the suffering and emotional roller coasters Emma goes through that Surprisingly "as a grown man" did bring a tear to my eye as everything she goes through is relatable. Emma is Very well written compared to the other protagonists in the Arilion knights series.

The ending was somewhat satisfying, the only disappointment was the series ended. (For now!)

This series would be amazing as a TV show or Anime.

I would definitely love to see more or Emma, Frank & Jack in the Arilion Knight universe.

as for the Narrator, she did a really good job, much better job than the narration on Gateway to the galaxy Series.

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  • TeeInKay
  • 27-05-19

fun and exciting

I feel like there is a lot more going on in this universe than this collection tells you. a fun time and exciting story, left me wondering about backstory tho

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 07-05-19

Great book

Love this universe! This is a really fun listen. Nicely developed for young adults and older adults who still have a sense of adventure.