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by Christopher Pike

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  • ISBN 0671550284
  • ISBN13 978-0671550288
  • Language English
  • Author Christopher Pike
  • Publisher Simon Pulse (February 1, 1996)
  • Formats lrf rtf docx azw
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • Size ePub 1391 kb
  • Size Fb2 1772 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 824

Joining the crew of the spaceship Traveler in order to study Earth for two centuries, Paige Christian survives a terrible tragedy that befalls the planet and her fellow crew members. Simultaneous.

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Christopher Pike is the pseudonym of Kevin Christopher McFadden, one of America's most popular young adult fiction writers. He was born in Brooklyn, New York, on November 12, 1954, but grew up in Los Angeles, California. He took on various jobs before writing Slumber Party, Weekend, and Chain Letter, all of which became bestsellers.

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The starlight crystal. by. Pike, Christopher, 1954-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Science fiction, Horror stories, Time travel, Science fiction. New York : Pocket Books. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by LineK on December 16, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

The Starlight Crystal book. It is 200 years in the future. Paige Christian, 18, has been. It's all laid out obsessively so, which is how I usually am with most books. I have to say this first book of the year, though - The Starlight Crystal - it and I didn't have chemistry or sync. He writes well, of course, as he always does, but here there was a stroke of melodrama behind some of the dialogue and emotions.

Christopher Pike is the pseudonym of American author Kevin Christopher McFadden (born November 12, 1955) The Starlight Crystal (1996). The Star Group (1997).

Christopher Pike is the pseudonym of American author Kevin Christopher McFadden (born November 12, 1955). He is a bestselling author of young adult and children's fiction. His first attempt resulted in the 1985 novel Slumber Party, a book about a group of teenagers who run into bizarre and violent events during a ski weekend. The book was an immediate success and Pike's career as a Young Adult author took off. In addition to his Young Adult novels, he has written several Juvenile novels under the Spooksville series title, as well as several adult novels such as his 1990 hit book, Sati. The Starlight Crystal (1996). The Starlight Crystal. Download (pdf, 2. 4 Mb) Donate Read.

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Adoraris
If you're buying a used paperback, your best bet is to go with former library copies. You may think it counter intuitive, but they're always the best taken care of. No writing on the inside, no highlighting, no tears or tatters, and perfect binding. Would order again from them in a heartbeat. Plus is seems like Christopher Pike is awfully hard to find in good condition for a decent price. Read it as a teen, am now 31 and wanted a trip down memory lane. LOVED this book so much I must've read it at least 5 times back then. Pick them up while they're still around at all!
Djang
I'm a seasoned Christopher Pike fan, practically raised on his Crazy-Awesome stories.
I don't think I read it when i was young; so i ordered it & read it in a few days--
it was packed full of interesting action, complicated notions, and touching sentiment
(I'm surprised it was written by a male). But as usual, Mr Pike did not disappoint and i just couldn't slow down to savor the details; most of the time i just kept turning interesting page after captivating page to find out how it ends!!
I wasn't disappointed :) Yay! marked some pages to go back over in the future
Goltikree
When I was in the 7th & 8th grades I lived too close to my Middle School to be allowed to take the bus home, unless I stayed after school and took the late bus. For most of the winter months I would find myself in the library reading the books on the racks. Christopher Pike, R.L. Stine-- I read them all. They were awful.
It wasn't until after college that one of my friends let me borrow her copy of The Starlight Crystal. Unlike any of his other work, Starlight Crystal is actually a fun and interesting read, all about the twists and turns of time. I had to own my own copy for my collection.
Vivados
I read this book a good decade ago, and the story has stuck with me since. I've never forgotten it, but until now never really remembered to buy it, either.

Now I've got my own copy again, and after reading through it I can feel how some of the writing is more...immature than I remember, it's still one of those stories that you'll never quite forget. It has an immense feeling of...time and of emotion that I haven't quite felt in a lot of books. If you're into sci-fi and want to read a story that encompasses the entire life of the universe, try this one.
Landaron
One of my favorite books of all time. Pike is a fabulous writer and intellectual, I love his work.
Gugrel
I always wondered how my imagination and fantasies were originally inspired by and how my thirst for sci-fi first came about. I honestly think it was this book. The storyline/plot can be a bit confusing and hard to get lost in, but its actually quite a high level sci-fi adventure story wrought with many adult themes. Surprising, re-reading it as an adult, how I digested this at 12/13 years old. Love love love it.
Sharpbrew
I LOVE Christopher Pike. I read this book in my childhood and the story/saga always stuck with me. I found myself looking for it after nearly a decade and it still made me stop and go "Woah"
This is one of my favorite books that I read as a child.