Zero G

Zero G Review

Length: 4 h 8 min

It’s one kid versus an entire band of space pirates in this cosmic middle grade caper from New York Times bestselling author Dan Wells.

Zero is just one of 20,000 people aboard a spaceship bound for a new planet set to be colonized. The journey is over a century long but luckily, everyone is in stasis, so they’ll be safe and sound asleep during the trip. Everyone that is, except for Zero, whose pod has malfunctioned, waking him up a hundred years early. His initial excitement in roaming the ship alone quickly turns to a heart-stopping interstellar adventure when a family of space pirates show up, trying to hijack the ship and take the colonizers hostage. With everyone he knows fast asleep, it’s up to Zero to think fast and find a way to stop them–all on his own.

Title:Zero G
Edition Language:English

    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Jennifer (Jen/The Tolkien Gal/??????)

    Fantastic middle grade fantasy infused with Chinese and Japanese elements, pirates, cryogenic freezing chambers and a navigation robot with a sense of humour. Review to come when I can get out of this...

  • Melissa

    This was awesome!!!!!!!! Get it, get it, get it!! Such a cute and well produced and well acted story. So much fun. Zero is too cute and clever for words. The space pirates are mean idiots. And the end...

  • Addi

    Very cute Middle Grade scifi. Home Alone meets space. ...

  • Jen | Jen Talks Audiobooks

    This was wonderful! Home Alone in Space - a full cast and sound effects brought this delightful story to life. What a pleasure....

  • Nathan Burgoine

    This was a super-cute audiobook about a young boy who enters a stasis pod with his family to make the 105 year journey to another inhabitable planet, only to wake up before the ship even leaves the so...

  • Marianne

    The kid was as annoyingly cocky as Kevin in Home Alone, and this was the outer space version of said movie. Despite the Kevin-clone, I enjoyed the story. Great audible narration, especially for an aud...

  • Soo

    Mini-Review:5 Stars for Cast of Narrators & Production Team4 Stars for StoryGreat space adventure story about a kid named Zero. A malfunction caused Zero to be awakened from his pod early. A carefree ...

  • Karen?s Library

    I loved Dan Wells’ Partial series so when I saw an Audible Original, for free, I had to have it. The fact that it was set in space was a huge bonus! I didn’t care that it was middle-grade. It was ...

  • Lilyn G. | Sci-Fi & Scary

    Review to come...

  • D. H.

    I ran out of Audible credits and saw an SF book being offered for free to members, so I downloaded it. The intended target is young, and the plot is a Die Hard, Home Alone, Passengers smash up, but it...