Satellite by Nick Lake – Book Review

Satellite by Nick Lake – Book Review

In case you don’t know (and can’t tell from my blog’s branding), I’m a massive fan of space. Space-themed books like The Martian by Andy Weir are my favourites, and I’m starting to gather a small collection of them on my shelf.

So, when I went to YALC last year and got a little packet of goodies for a new book called Satellite by Nick Lake, I couldn’t WAIT to read the book. I was so happy to be accepted to read it on NetGalley! (And of course, in true book blogger fashion, I’ve only just read it. Oops.)

I'm a huuuuge fan of space books (one of my favourite books is The Martian by Andy Weir), so when I heard about Satellite by Nick Lake - a YA book about a space-born teenager who goes to live on Earth - I couldn't wait. Here's my review!

Fifteen-year-old Leo has never set foot on Earth.

Born and raised with twins Orion and Libra on the Moon 2 Space Station, Leo has grown up in the most extraordinary way.

The time has now come for the trio to make their first flight home to Earth, but they cannot imagine the terrible consequences that their return will set into motion.

This is one boy’s epic journey to discover where he truly belongs.