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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 th...

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Number of Pages : 352 pages
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The Disasters Reviews

  • Clara

    I read an early version of this book and it is FAN-FREAKING-TASTIC. YA space opera about a bunch of f*ckups who try to run away from their problems, fail, and end up having a brilliant, life-changing adventure. It's a clever, delightful space-age coming-of-age story, and you will have so much fun reading it!!

    UPDATE: I'm rereading this now to prep for an interview with the author and what's so striking to me this time around is how it's fun, fast-paced, super-queer YA but it's still *smart* - Eng

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  • Leigh Mar

    Lucky enough to have already gotten my hands on this one early! The Disasters is fast and exciting and fun and Nax's voice will pull you in from page 1. It's The Breakfast Club x Firefly with fantastic characters, found families and spaaaaaace!

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)

    The Breakfast Club meets Firefly... ah yes I'm here for human disasters in spaaaaaaace

  • Kai

    I just...really like this cover.

  • 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

  • Emmy Neal

    Loved loved loved the worldbuilding, the humor, and the way this cast of characters came together for Justice (and money) to save the day. England cleverly negotiated a number of space opera questions (such as: would people who leave Earth for another planet ever be allowed to return, or would we quarantine them off world for fear of contamination?) that I've always wondered about in the Star Trek universe. It was just fast, pure fun from start to finish, and if you like your science fiction wit ...more

  • anna (readingpeaches)

    so we get a found family and a heist and it all takes place in space and it's gay (and it comes out 3 days before my bday)................... icb this was written specifically for me :o