Hot Yellow Planet

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Sequel to Pretty Pink Planet. Lori and Chiing continue their adventures, meeting up with Chameleons, Ghosters, Splurts, and other aliens and humans.

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Words: 4,920
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466006782
About Joy Smith

Joy V. Smith has been writing stories since she was a kid and made her own little books. Her stories and articles have been published in print magazines, webzines, and anthologies; and her SF has been published in two audiobooks, including Sugar Time. Her books include Detour Trail, Strike Three, Sugar Time, Building a Cool House for Hot Times without Scorching the Pocketbook, two collections of her published short stories: The Doorway and Other Stories and Aliens, Animals, and Adventure; and a children's book, Why Won't Anyone Play with Me? Her ebooks include Hidebound, Pretty Pink Planet, Hot Yellow Planet, and Remodeling: Buying and Updating a Foreclosure. She lives in Florida with Blizzard the Snow Princess and Pemberley, the tortoiseshell cat..

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Reviews

Review by: Catherine G. on April 28, 2015 :
Hot Yellow Planet follows closely after Pretty Pink Planet, both by Joy V. Smith. In Hot Yellow Planet, we continue with Lori and the Webbies that she had met in the last book.

I think that, like the last story, it was interest but a lot of elements weren't fully explained. I think that this, and the prior story, are definitely a pair that would benefit from a larger word count and a closer look at each of the events and characters involved. As it stands, the author writes well and has come up with a lot of interesting elements, but I would have appreciated a more in depth approach. Overall, it was decent, but it could have been better. That's just my opinion, though. Also, I will definitely try to read more of this author's work in future.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: John Whelan on Nov. 27, 2013 :
Perhaps I should have read Pretty Pink Planet first, varied characters but there didn't seem to be much logic in what they were doing.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: G Miki Hayden on Oct. 09, 2011 :
A fun sequel to Pretty Pink Planet. Lots of good characters.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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