Relocated

Relocated By Margaret Fieland, Relocated When fourteen year old Keth s dad is transferred to planet Aleyne he doesn t know what to expect Certainly not to discover Dad grew up here and studied with Ardaval a noted Aleyni scholar On Aleyne
  • Title: Relocated
  • Author: Margaret Fieland
  • ISBN: 9781771271110
  • Page: 344
  • Format: ebook
  • Relocated By Margaret Fieland, When fourteen year old Keth s dad is transferred to planet Aleyne, he doesn t know what to expect Certainly not to discover Dad grew up here, and studied with Ardaval, a noted Aleyni scholar On Aleyne, Keth s psi ability develops However, psi is illegal in the Terran Federation After a dangerous encounter with two Terran teenagers conflict erupts between Keth and his fWhen fourteen year old Keth s dad is transferred to planet Aleyne, he doesn t know what to expect Certainly not to discover Dad grew up here, and studied with Ardaval, a noted Aleyni scholar On Aleyne, Keth s psi ability develops However, psi is illegal in the Terran Federation After a dangerous encounter with two Terran teenagers conflict erupts between Keth and his father Keth seeks sanctuary with Ardaval Studying with the Aleyne scholar Keth learns the truth about his own heritage After Keth s friend s father, Mazos, is kidnapped, Keth ignores the risks and attempts to free him Little does he realize who will pay the cost as he becomes involved with terrorists.
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    About "Margaret Fieland"

    1. Margaret Fieland

      Born and raised in Manhattan, I have lived in the Boston area since just after the blizzard of 1976, thus missing the opportunity to abandon my car in a snowbank and walk home I am the daughter of a painter and the mother of three grown sons An avid science fiction fan, I selected Robert A Heinlein s Farmer in the Sky for my tenth birthday, now long past I live outside of Boston with my partner and a large number of dogs.In spite of earning my living as a computer software engineer, I turned to one of my sons to put up the first version of my website, a clear illustration of the computer generation gap An accomplished flute and piccolo player, I can also write backwards and wiggle my ears Thanks to my father s relentless hounding, I can still recite the rules for pronoun agreement in both English and French My articles, poem, and stories have appeared in anthologies and journals such as Melusine, Front Range Review, and All Rights Reserved My 2010 NaNo novel, Relocated , was published by MuseItUp Publishing in July I published the book of poems that goes with the book through CreateSpace My book, The Angry Little Boy will be published by 4RV publishing in 2013 I am one of six authors of the poetry anthology, Lifelines.

    614 thoughts on “Relocated”

    1. Relocated is a sweet, ultimately hopeful story about a boy finding his place in the world s Keth, born and raised on Earth or Terra in Washington, D.C is suddenly uprooted by his father to a totally different planet, where he must learn to interact with the Aleyni We learn that Keth is part Aleyni, which is fairly obvious from the beginning thanks to his powers The biggest emphasis in the novel though is the relations between the Terrans on the military base and the rest of the Aleyni population [...]


    2. Margaret Fieland s book Relocated is an amazing science fiction book for young adults As a reading teacher, I found her book appropriate for middle and high school students I believe it to be an excellent book to add to a classroom library.



    3. This book was reviewed by Lee Ashford for Reader s Favorites Relocated by Margaret Fieland is a very different approach to the standard sci fi concept of extra planetary settlement In this book, Terrans, reportedly from Earth, but with the disclaimer that everybody calls their home planet Earth , maintain a military presence on Aleyne, where the residents look very much like black humans, with a couple very minor differences, and some very major ones For example, the Aleyni are born with telepat [...]


    4. If you like Ender s Game, you ll love Relocated For me there is a fine line between good science fiction, the kind that has all the futuristic elements we sci fi fans love so much, and great science fiction A great science fiction book has to engage me on a emotional level It still has to have all those futuristic elements, action and conflict, but I want to feel like the character rises above the setting and would keep me turning the pages even if he or she were pulled out of that story and dr [...]


    5. Relocated was a beautiful story that I really enjoyed reading Although there are sporadic grammar issues, towards the end, it didn t take away too much There were parts where I had to stop to figure out what was intended though My biggest complaint is that there just isn t enough development through the characters I wanted to see between Martin Keth Also, when dramatic things happened, it wasn t really cracked open enough It was almost skimmed over After the death of Keth s father was the best [...]


    6. I found Relocated move of a book about a boys journey to find his identity, rather than a sci fi Keth learns about his origins and who he is that he didn t know Half Terra and half AleyneI found that only the surface was touched by the author about things that happened in the story I would have loved to learn about the Aleyne s and Terra Plus, about Keth being captured and how why the Terra s hated the Aleyne so much It was like whites against blacks More detail in stuff would of been fantast [...]


    7. I was hesitant about starting Relocated after seeing the cover It just didn t really appeal to me But I jumped in and wow am I ever glad I did.I loved this book.Scenery descriptions in Relocated are amazing They made me want to crawl inside the book to experience it, within the pages.The characters were incredible I really liked all of them.Ardaval was definitely my favourite I loved the relationship that developed between him and Keth.I loved the tight knit nature of the Aleyne and their way of [...]


    8. This is a delightful little science fiction story for readers of about 12 to 14 years of age Tension is immediate, and keeps building The created reality of the story is easy to fall into, and both boys and girls will readily identify with Keth.As in all good writing, there are lessons the love of beauty and creativity, respect and responsibility in using our abilities, and, above all, the stupidity of discrimination on the basis of group differences.Keth is descended from both Terrans and the p [...]


    9. This is my first venture into the world of sci fi Relocated may have been written for a younger reader, but I enjoyed it and would recommend it PlotKeth is uprooted and struggles to fit in A typical teenager, he has battles with friends and family Dad is trying to protect his son Of course Keth rebells, what 16 year old doesn t Overall Ms Fieland does a wonderful job describing the characters and the scenery Appropriate poetry is included along the way I liked the first half of the book, but rea [...]


    10. This was a well thought out book that I think would be enjoyed by teen boys and girls It is understated and thoughtful, and deals with family relationships, rather than being an action packed dystopia that hits the reader over the head, and I found that very refreshing.


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