Escape from the Red Comet - Daystar Voyages #3

Escape from the Red Comet - Daystar Voyages #3
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    Author: Gilbert Morris and Dan Meeks
    Format: Paperback
    Publisher: Moody
    Series: Daystar Voyages
    Ages: 12 to 16
    Size: 5½ X 8½
    Total Pages: 147
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    The entire Daystar crew is worried. Heck Jordan has spotted a strange comet on his computer screen. In the first place, the comet is red. In the second place, it's coming straight at them. In the third place, it will likely knock out all their computers, leaving them helpless in space.

    Captain Edge and the Daystar Space Rangers set their spaceship in an escape pattern. They will set down on the planet Ciephus until the rogue comet flies by.

    But when they land, only children come out to meet them. Where are all the adults? What is that huge metal building in the town center? And why are articles of clothing strewn about as though people had been snatched right out of them?

    Join Jerusha, Raina, Mei-Lani, Ringo, Heck, and Dai as they help Captain Edge solve the mystery, learning along the way that machines may fail us, people may fail us, but God never fails us.

    About the Authors

    Gilbert Morris began a high school teaching career in 1956 after pastoring several Southern Baptist churches in Arkansas. In 1963 he joined the staff of Ouachita Baptist University where he taught English and served as department chairman. In 1991 he re­tired to write full time. At present he lives in Gulf Shores, Alabama. He has written over one hundred and forty novels.

    Dan Meeks and his wife were married by Gilbert Morris in the Morris living room more than 20 years ago. Meeks has enjoyed working on this series, because it blends science fiction with the message of the gospel. He has been a counselor for 20 years. He lives in Concord, New Hampshire with his wife and four children.