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The Keeper of the Isis Light (Isis, #1) Read The Keeper Of The Isis Light Isis, 1 Monica Hughes Bandcamptomp3.co.uk It Was Her Tenth Birthday On Isis By Earth Years, She Would Be Sixteen But Olwen Pendennis Had Never Been To Earth She Had Been Born On Isis And Since Her Parents Death, She Had Lived There Alone, Manning The Isis Light A Lighthouse In Space Designed To Aid Ships, And To Bring Settlers From Earth And Now, On The Day Of Her Tenth Year, The Settlers Are Coming At Last Olwen Is Ready To Welcome Them, But Are They Ready For Her She Was Once Human, Like Them But The Harsh Climate Of The Alien Planet Has Changed Her, Transformed Her Into Something Else Something The Settlers Could Never Be Prepared For

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  • Paperback
  • 232 pages
  • The Keeper of the Isis Light (Isis, #1)
  • Monica Hughes
  • English
  • 15 October 2017
  • 0689833903

10 thoughts on “The Keeper of the Isis Light (Isis, #1)


  1. says:

    This was my favorite book as a kid It held up well the perfectly timed build up of the plot, the vivid and beautiful descriptions of a high desert world, and the believability of the main character were all as riveting as they seemed when I was ten Though the book deals with Serious Issues, as young adult books do, it doesn t offer any simple solutions, and the resolution, though quietly satisfying, isn t quite the happy ending you d expect It offers a moral lesson I enjoyed as much this tim This was my favorite book as a kid It held up well the perfectly timed build up of the plot, the vivid and beautiful descriptions of a high desert world, and the believability of the main character were all as riveting a...


  2. says:

    After her parents died in a freak storm, Olwen has grown up alone on the alien world of Isis She spends her days roaming the planet she considers her own The only person she speaks to is the Guardian of Isis But at last, colonists are coming to Isis This book feels very dated The style of writing, the gender norms, the tech, all felt very golden age scifi Additionally, the OMG PLOT TWISTs are excrutiatingly obvious Once they re out of the way, the story improves Overall, I did quite like After her parents died in a freak storm, Olwen has grown up alone on the alien world of Isis She spends her days roaming the planet she considers her own The only person she speaks to is the Guardian of Isis But at last, colonists are coming to Isis This book feels very dated The style of writing, the gender norms, the tech, all felt very golden age scifi Additionally, the OMG PLOT TWISTs are excrutiatingly obvious O...


  3. says:

    Goldfield not permitted The excellent cover that was on the edition I borrowed is not avl here too bad Very good SF, especially given that it s directed at young teens tweens, a decidedly under served group I kinda sorta saw where thin...


  4. says:

    I read this long before I joined Goodreads, along with a LOT of other science fiction Someday, I will addof the ones that I know I read I won t be able to write full reviews though, as I have only vague recollections of most of them I know that I liked this one, though.


  5. says:

    Olwen Pendennis p 41 16 has lived her whole life alone on the planet Isis with Guardian after a radiation storm killed her parents Gareth and Liz p 203 To herthan a robot a thousand times friend much much wiser p 150, he could not protect the baby human body from such a harsh climate view spoiler He adapted her to golden scaled lizard skin and extra lidded eyes hide spoiler When eighty settlers p 25 come from Earth, she no longer needs to operate the Lighthouse, only the s Olwen Pendennis p 41 16 has lived her whole life alone on the planet Isis with Guardian after a radiation storm killed her parents Gareth and Liz p 203 To herthan a robot a thousand times friend much much wiser p 150, he could not protect the baby human body from such a harsh climate view spoiler He adapted her to golden scaled lizard skin and extra lidded eyes hide spoiler When eighty se...


  6. says:

    I first read this in 7th grade and was truly fascinated by the story of the girl Olwen living alone on a planet with her robot keeper Everything is turned upside down when she is 16 and colonists arrive from Earth The story covers themes of loneliness, prejudice and what makes someone human I found myself fiercely loyal to Olwen while not truly knowing her at all or did I Rereading The Keeper of the Isis Light 20 years later I was similarly intrigued by the story This book has a few unf I first read this in 7th grade and was truly fascinated by the story of the girl Olwen living alone on a planet with her robot keeper Everything is turned upside down when she is 16 and colonists arrive from Earth The story covers themes of loneliness, prejudice and what makes someone human I found myself fiercely loyal to Olwen while not truly knowing her at all or did I Rereading The Keeper of the Isis Light 20 years later I was similarly intrigued by the story This book has a few unforgettable reveals, so I enjoyed revisiting each moment with an informed eye The story largely stood the test of time for me However, I was surprised by the quick love Olwen and Mark develop for each other The adult in me protested, These kids don t know each other at all Yet I remember enough to recall that the 12 year old version of me didn t question their love when I read this book as a kid Interesting I guess...


  7. says:

    It s always fairly jolting to me when I discover this rad new book from whatever various blog I m reading and go to mark it as to read, only to discover I already did at some point in the past Case in point this book.


  8. says:

    I remember loving this book


  9. says:

    I didn t think I d like this book I thought it was written for teenage boys, and I d be bored to tears by the alien planet setting I was wrong This is a fantastic book Truly fantastic.A sixteen year old girl, Olwen, has lived on an alien planet all her life her parents were sent from Earth to explore an inhabitable planet, since Earth has been abused and needs to be evacuated Olwen has been free, happy, and alone She s had an entire planet to herself, besides the man appointed as her guar I didn t think I d like this book I thought it was writ...


  10. says:

    DO NOT READ THE BOOK SUMMARY ON THE DUST COVER It essentially tells you the plot and the unsaid parts, unless you do not want to read the very short 136 pages I really enjoyed that Monica Hughes does not tell you everything, in that every detail is not laid out for you That method is so very different than books written now, which seemingly feel the need to mention everything repeatedly, however unnecessary Leav...

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