Moon-Force 1

Children - Adventure
100 Pages
Reviewed on 11/23/2022
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Author Biography

Janelle M. Adams lives a home-schooled life with her mom, dad, older sister, and her cat, Blue. You might see Blue in some of her artwork throughout her first book. Janelle started drawing around 2015. When her mom wrote a book that year, she drew pictures for it. After her sister wrote a book a few years later, Janelle began to feel a little left out so she wrote Moon-Force 1 and began drawing. In 2021 she started a YouTube channel called Art Class with Moon which has been renamed Moon Lily Studios. She wanted to teach others how to draw like her because drawing helps her feel at peace and relaxed. Janelle is working on the series for you to enjoy. More exciting adventures await with Mesa, Ethan, Katie, Smilax, and some new characters!

    Book Review

Reviewed by Luwi Nyakansaila for Readers' Favorite

Moon-Force 1 by Janelle M. Adams is a magical story about Mesa White and her journey to her home planet of Satellite. Mesa lost her memory, and she did not even realize it. When she meets Ethan, a boy with magical powers, he claims to know her, and he transports her to the magical planet. Ethan tells her that she is the princess of this planet and is destined to save her people. He also informs her that she has magical powers that she will use to defeat Mirwilla, who has taken over the planet. Mesa, Ethan, and their friends join forces to defeat Mirwilla. Will they succeed and will Mesa ever be able to see her Earth mom and dad again?

Moon-Force 1 has all the makings of a cartoon series, with a resolute villain and a strong-willed team of heroes. The story is fast-paced and has no dull moments. From the moment I met Mesa and Ethan, I realized there was something beautiful between them. I loved the story about their childhood and the good times they shared in the castle. It gave more weight to their connection. The scenes where Mesa transformed to prepare for battle were beautifully described. The book also includes illustrations that helped me envisage the characters. Even when it felt as if all hope was lost, Mesa kept fighting. I hope to read more from Janelle M. Adams because the story has many possibilities. The ending was left open, which provides the opportunity for more books in this series.