March 27, 2020

Skyclyffe by Z. Moss



Skyclyffe 
by Z. Moss 
Genre: Middle Grade Science Fiction 


Rex Bright enjoys drawing in notebooks and dreaming. He’s thirteen, and his life is ordinary. Until he sees a face in a cloud which changes everything. Rex glimpses the girl from an airplane window while travelling to his aunt and uncle’s farm for the summer. Her features are so perfect, Rex can’t believe she’s only vapor. But Cloud Girl is real. A week later, Skyclyffe, a mysterious airship cloaked in a cumulus, abducts Rex and his family. The captors expect the Brights to live in their flying city forever. And, although he’s kidnapped, Rex loves the craft filled with robots, scientific discoveries, and silvery-white beings. Before long, Rex will be forced to decide whether to escape, or if Skyclyffe and its secret wonders are worth never stepping foot on Earth again. 

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Z. Moss lives in Stillwater, Minnesota and is currently working on the sequel to Skyclyffe. Two dogs, three cats, and two turtles run the household, including the real-life Radar. 




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14 comments:

  1. What an amazing cover. I really like it.

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  2. Thank you for hosting Skyclyffe on Literary Gold!

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  3. I’m so glad you do, Debby!

    I hope you get a chance to read Skyclyffe.

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  4. Interesting looking cover. The "thing" in the cloud suggests something weird, strange....

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    1. Yes, Irene, it is an airship that cloaks itself in a cloud. I hope you’ll give it a try and learn more of its secrets!

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  5. Sounds like an interesting book!! TY for sharing!

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  6. A very interesting plot suitable for middle grades. An updated Miss Pickerell, which I loved as a kid.

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    1. Thank you for your thoughts, Denise! I had not heard of the Miss Pickerell books, but I looked them up and they sound wonderful.

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  7. Sounds like an interesting read x

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  8. I’m glad you think so, Ellen! I hope you get a chance to read it.

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  9. The cover art is interesting and will attract young readers. Young readers of this genre will likely be interested in this story and find it a good one. Best wishes on the new release.

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    1. Thank you for the lovely assessment, Debra! I do hope many young readers will find and enjoy the book.

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