The second novel in the New York Times bestselling The Search for WondLa series, from the cocreator of The Spiderwick Chronicles.
Before the end of The Search for WondLa, Eva Nine had never seen another human, but after a human boy named Hailey rescues her along with her companions, she couldn't be happier. Eva thinks she has everything she's ever dreamed of, especially when Hailey brings her and her friends to the colony of New Attica, where humans of all shapes and sizes live in apparent peace and harmony.
But all is not idyllic in New Attica, and Eva Nine soon realizes that something sinister is going on—and if she doesn't stop it, it could mean the end of everything and everyone on planet Orbona.
Featuring an abundance of lavish two-color illustrations and spot art throughout and introducing a host of remarkable characters that reinforce the importance of friendship, A Hero for WondLa has all the hallmarks of a classic book—of the future.
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by Tony DiTerlizzi
by Tony Parsons
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by Catherine Doyle
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"After spending her first 12 years underground, being raised by a robot, Eve Nine has finally found a home in the human colony of New Attica. In this second book of DiTerlizzi's WONDLA trilogy, Eve comes to realize that something dark and dangerous runs beneath the surface of this apparent utopia. But there is little wonder in Wondla. The audiobook suffers from the absence of the illustrations that breathe life into the print version of this science-fiction world. Although there's a smattering of interesting vocabulary in the story, its monosyllabic language and repetitious dialogue are a challenge for narrator Teri Hatcher. Her plodding pace and monotonous tone create a lackluster world the listener never gets lost in. N.E.M. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"
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