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Doubleday, Jan 1, 1978 - Unidentified flying objects - 215 pages
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A young boy's encounter with an unidentified flying object drastically alters his life.

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The characters were authentic, and not too complex. The narration was told in third person, but clearly reflected the values of the main character (as if the narrative was spoken through him). The book expanded my knowledge (or at least my interest) in various directions. Most of this expansion came from what was written about the main character's best friend, who I like. This book is really more psychologically and socially minded than a cerebral sci-fi novel. Overall, a pleasant read. 


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Ivy Ruckman is the award-winning author of fourteen books, including No Way Out, for which she also wrote the screenplay. She is a former English teacher and creative writing instructor, and has written several short stories for young readers. Mrs. Ruckman lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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