172 Hours on the Moon by Johan Harstad; reviewed by Gaby R.
"172 Hours on the Moon by Johan Harstad is about three teenagers who are chosen via a worldwide lottery to go to the moon. They will be the youngest people to ever go to the moon, but the trip quickly becomes a lot less pleasant than expected. They soon find the reason why nobody had visited the moon since the first moon landing. I found the characters to be relatable, and Johan Harstad vividly describes places and feelings throughout the book. It was very fun to read because it had such a good plot line. I would recommend this thriller to both girls and boys, from 13 to 17 who love mysteries or action stories." - Gaby R.
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