Life On Aqua - The Astronomer's Cipher

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Will is not from Aqua, but a parallel world named Earth. The 9th-grader improbably teams up with Pikabo, the pretty new girl, as they unearth the origins of Will’s powers and the portals between worlds. The teens must decode clues and solve the mysteries of the Astronomer’s Cipher as a powerful foe threatens their loved ones and their Life On Aqua. They can’t do it alone, but who can they trust? More
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About Rob De Hart

Rob De Hart was born and raised in West Los Angeles, California. He went to High School in Santa Monica, CA and earned a BA in Psychology from UCLA. He is married and has two young adult children both away at college.
He has written three books in the four-part VITA Cycle:
Life On Aqua - The Astronomer's Cipher
Life On Ventus - The Illusionist's Enigma
Life On Terra - The Time-Drifter's Echo

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About the Series: VITA Cycle
Join teenagers Will, Pikabo, Iggy, and later Akiri as they test their new-found powers and survive Life On parallel worlds.

In Book One, they discover the origins of Will's powers and use their intellect to decipher clues and codes - and uncover the plot of a powerful foe who is threatening their family and fiends and trying to take-over their home-world, Aqua.

In Book Two, they find that a global pandemic has turned Ventus into a dystopian world. Relying on new allies along their journey, the powerful teens thwart danger and try to survive this up-side-down parallel world.

In Book Three, Will and Pikabo are separated from Iggy and Akiri and are bouncing through Time. Each FLASH to a new location presents new challenges. People from their past, present, and future test their friendships and intellect.

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Davis Lester reviewed on Dec. 17, 2012

I don't write reviews very often as I find myself being too critical of a books shortcomings. With Aqua, I just found myself turning the pages and looking forward to seeing what would happen next. This book is a scifi gem.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)

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