Zero Gravity


Children - Fantasy/Sci-Fi
125 Pages
Reviewed on 10/28/2020
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Reviewed by Tiffany Ferrell for Readers' Favorite

Skai is a twelve-year-old inventor who lives in Celestia, a floating city in the clouds ruled by the wicked queen Harper. Skai decides to go to the beyond, or the world below, to search for the queen's sister Hailey who is the true ruler of Celestia. When she lands in the beyond, she immediately meets a girl named Olive and her friend Alyssa soon afterward. The three girls find a note that leads them on a quest to find the rightful queen of Celestia. Along the way, Skai finds out what true friendship means. Together they follow the clues that lead them to various places within the city. From magic tea bags to special golden tickets, Skai and her friends get closer and closer to hopefully finding Queen Hailey and convincing her to come back to Celestia to put her sister in her place and take back the throne that is rightfully hers.

I thought Zero Gravity was an amazingly well-written book, and then to find out that it was written by a ten-year-old named Akshara Reddy. It left me mind-blown and in awe of her raw talent. The characters are very likable and well thought out with unique and distinct personalities. The plot was straightforward and simple which makes it easier for younger readers to follow and enjoy. The illustrations go with the storyline and plot very well, giving the reader a great visual of the characters discussed in the book. I enjoyed reading Zero Gravity. It is a fun-filled book full of adventure and a lesson in what real friendship looks like.