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....
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The Disasters Reviews
I have such a weird relationship with this book. Because I enjoyed its charm???? It was BUBBLY. Like little kid Mr. Bubble. I tasted a bubble once and it was not my most promising day.
But sadly the charm wasn’t enough to sustain my needy self.
I enjoyed the story but at the same time I was ready for it to end. Constantly. It was like having a date with Captain Kirk!!!!!!!!!!? There was so much adventuring and not nearly enough substance, which I feel like would be a Captain Kirk Date. I wanted ...more
So this was not holding my attention in the slightest.
I was expecting a hilarious romp through space with a band of misfits, and that is what I got - but I didn't enjoy it. All the events in the story were happeing and I could not bring myself to care about the characters, the danger, or the high stakes. Nothing effected me and that was such a disappointing feeling. While this was a let down for me, I'm sure many others will love it so it's still worth a shot.
I received a copy of the book from ...more
Space opera! Explosions! Teens racing to save the day! This book is action, action, action. With danger and flirting to boot. I'm a die hard Battlestar Galactica fan and The Disasters was just what I needed.
This book was so much fun! Action-packed, with great characters and an engaging plot. Loved it!
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 ...more
✩ 3.5 Stars ✩
Quick and fun planet-to-planet romp! The character reps are diverse and part of the lgbt community. (I was thrilled for a bi love triangle... love bi-angle??! Hehehe) They’re not exactly “rejects” though, moreso prodigies with attitude who know how to get swiftly kicked out of the only academy in the universe. 😂 I was entertained by The Disasters but I wasn’t impressed. I had to throw my believability radar out the window, but I didn’t mind. I was looking for a light adventure and ...more
The Disasters is an adrenaline fuel rocket ride to the stars 🌟. A full throttled joyride with a diverse, unique cast of characters. Space may be hard, but it’s also fun. But, definitely wear a helmet.
I read an early version of this book but it is just so much fun! Definitely check it out when it comes out!!