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The Disasters

Hotshot pilot Nax Hall has a history of making poor life choices. So its not exactly a surprise when hes kicked out of the elite Ellis Station Academy in less than twenty-four hours.But Naxs one-way trip back to Earth is cut short when a terrorist group attacks the Academy. Nax and three other washouts escapebarelybut theyre also the sole witnesses to the biggest crime in the history of space colonization. And the perfect scapegoats.On the run and framed for atrocities they didnt commit, Nax and his fellow failures execute a dangerous heist to spread the truth about what happened at the Academy.They may not be Academy material, and they may not get along, but theyre the only ones left to step up and fight....

Title : The Disasters
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ISBN : 9780062657671
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 352 pages
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The Disasters Reviews

  • Adah Udechukwu

    The novel didn't live up to my expectations.

  • Hollis

    These people have their shit surprisingly together when faced with imminent doom. How the hell did they end up as washouts?

    THE DISASTERS was far from a disaster. Good, got it out of my system, and now we can all move on from that joke.

    "Anyone have any better ideas? Useful diversion tactics?"

    "I've been told I'm a hell of a dancer. You find me a table, I'll create a diversion you won't forget."

    England's YA sci-fi adventure debut speeds forth at the speed of light. This book moves quick, y'all. But

  • - ̗̀ DANY  ̖́- (danyreads)

    . : ☾⋆ — 3 ★


    ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you HarperCollins & HarperTeen!!)

    Nax Hall, a reckless aspiring pilot, has just been rejected from Ellis Station Academy alongside three other students. as they’re about to make their way back to Earth, the Academy is struck by a sudden terrorist attack, leaving Nax and his companions as the sole survivors—and witnesses—of the attack. now as t

  • Mike

    This is a super fun read. Readers get a great look at the anxiety and fear of a young pilot coming into their own. They're surrounded by others in similar states, but with vastly different externalizations of similar fears and needs fears.

    Plus romance... and some cursing.

    There are tons of easter eggs to be found in the richly written worlds (yeah, that's plural). If you're anything like me, there will be plenty of points where you smile and nod at the book saying, "I know that one!" The tipping

  • Dahlia

    This was really fun! And I say that as someone who's not usually into sci-fi. I'm actually really curious how the Muslim rep is to someone who knows, because it's a surprisingly big aspect of the book. But yeah, basically, I love Quirky Squads on Missions books and this is one of those and I found it delightful. On-page bi MC, too.

  • Vicky Who Reads

    4.5 stars

    Can we talk about just how much fun this book is?

    I love it. Seriously. Light, fun adventure reads are the best and M.K. England’s The Disasters is no exception! Not only is there an awesome diverse cast, but I love how fun and enjoyable and heartwarming this was!

    I know some sci-fi is super doom and gloom, but this was that sort of fun adventure story you just love snuggling down in a cozy arm chair and devouring! It lets you live in another world (or, in this case, out of Earth) for a

  • Hayley

    This book has all the fun things in it: quirky characters, diversity that doesn’t make a big deal out of diversity, great witty banter, adventure galore, great world building, and it feels like Firefly meets Guardians of the Galaxy. Really hard to put down.

    The main character, Nax, has an incredibly original voice, and is extremely relatable. When he and the other rejects of the Space Academy are in a transport back to Earth, they witness a huge crime and are chased by the perpetrators who try t

  • Kai

    I just...really like this cover.