Life can be pretty tough when you're stuck on a spaceship because pollution has destroyed Planet Earth. Especially when your mum is the stressed-out captain, and your grades are slipping at school. But Luke's boring world is about to change when he accidentally gives a dangerous virus to the spaceship's mainframe, sending the ship hurtling unstoppably towards a radioactive moon. Whoops! Can Luke and his friends stop the ship from crashing and killing them all?
Tony Bradman is an award-winning writer for children of all ages whose
books have sold more than 2 million copies worldwide. Younger titles
for A&C Black include Hercules the Hero in the White Wolves series and Elvis the Squirrel for Chameleons. Tony now writes in partnership with his son Tom Bradman. Their first titles as a father-and-son writing team were the Space School series for AC Black.
'This is an exciting, gripping short novel with fairly large print and some pictures.'
Primary Times (March to May 2011)
'The stories are a mix of science fiction adventure and children facing normal everyday problems.The characters are likeable...the authors capture the genre well and there is little else available at this level for lovers of science fiction.'
Books for Keeps (May 2011)