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Reviewed by Courtnee Turner Hoyle for Readers' Favorite
Earth Won by Arthur Seymour is a science fiction story with elements of adventure. Seymour’s travels lead him on many exploits, and he falls in love with Ruby during an expedition. After his lab is invaded by the REED organization, Seymour changes their name to GREED and points out their wrongdoings. Seymour’s dog, Glen, is a pivotal character in the story, and his deeds help reverse Earth into a loving fulfilling planet again.
Fans of science fiction adventure will love Earth Won! Arthur Seymour has penned a book that will keep readers thinking about it long after the last page is turned. Even with the advanced technology, Seymour seems truly connected to Earth, and he waits for Earth to provide him with signals, indicating that he feels Earth is a living entity. I enjoyed the religious undertones in the story as I read about the experiences shared by the characters. There are QR codes throughout the book that provide more information for readers about the components that make up the story. I angled my phone’s camera on several of them, and I was directed to a site that better explained the equipment or other things which related to the story, like cave drawings and living organisms. Readers can add to the descriptions, making the book a unique STEM project. The QR codes are a useful feature, and the information they provide helps a reader more than footnotes and appendices. I would recommend Earth Won! to enthusiastic readers of science fiction, and anyone who enjoys STEM-related activities and reading would be thrilled to discover this book!