The Corandria Station – A YA Science Fiction Book with Cats
An extraordinary life. That’s what First Officer Mimsy B’Groves never expected her own life to be. But then she wakes up after the major disaster aboard the Corandria Station, and things are not as they are. Mimsy must solve the mystery shrouding the place she once called home. She is the only hope of the planet below her, the one who can give them answers – but only if she can survive without revealing her deepest secret. She is only a lone, witty, and sentient feline, but Mimsy is determined to overcome the obstacles placed before her, and uncover the truth once and for all.
The Corandria Station is an inspirational YA science fiction book about Mimsy B’Groves. The story follows Mimsy as she figures out the truth behind the disaster shrouding the Corandria Station. Fans of Watership Down and Across the Universe will love this animal fantasy book that will keep you cheering on and reading more.
What Readers Are Saying
This is a light-hearted romp to an alien planet, following a fun-loving character who is unique to say the least. This book does not contain any violence or hard science that’s hard to figure out; it’s not that type of book. This is a quick, fun read from an author that I’ve enjoyed reading before.” – Alisa C., Amazon reviewer ★★★★★
The depth of imagination used to create this book was impressive. The story kept my attention from start to finish, and I really enjoyed suspending reality and getting lost in another world. Surprises abounded throughout this book: arrogant holograms, mysterious sentient goo, and interesting technology.” – Rocky Mountain Reader Reviews, Amazon reviewer ★★★★★
Mimsy B’Groves is ship wrecked on an unexplored planet and must navagate her way to food, civiliation, and help finding the rest of her crew. What she finds surprises her as much as it will surprise the reader. This is an adventure that is sure to please any science fiction buff.” – Kimberly, Amazon reviewer ★★★★★
About the Author
Carol E. Keen lives in Alabama with her husband and her family. She spends her time writing, reading, and working on photography. She especially loves working with critters. She worked as a contributing editor for Freshwater and Marine Aquarium magazine for years. You can e-mail her at email@example.com, and visit her blog at http://carolkeen.blogspot.com. She’s also on twitter @carolkeenauthor.
- The Space Trilogy by C.S. Lewis
- Across the Universe by Beth Revis
- Watership Down by Richard Adams
- The Search for Fierra by Stephen R. Lawhead
- The Nancy Drew books
Preview the Book
The Corandria Station is a YA science fantasybook that will appeal to fans of science fiction, animals, mysteries, destroyed stations, and smart cats for heroes.