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'I really enjoyed this graphic novel. It was fun and entertaining and it was also humorous as well. I definitely found myself laughing a lot of times during it and i really enjoyed that aspect of it.' --Aoife Lawler, Youtuber

'The aliens are coming! The suspense held me right through to the end, I just couldn't put it down. I'm definitely giving it 5 stars!' --RoboEpicGuy blog

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Nathan Hale is the #1 New York Times bestselling author and illustrator of Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales. He also illustrated the graphic novel Rapunzel's Revenge, which was an Al's Book Club for Kids selection, an ALA-ALSC Notable Children's Book, and a YALSA Great Graphic Novel for Teens. He lives in Provo, Utah.

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4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Hale from his awesome Hazardous Tales historical graphic novel series 15 marzo 2017
Di Corrina Allen - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
"You might know Mr. Hale from his awesome Hazardous Tales historical graphic novel series. If you don’t - you’re gonna love those too! This novel is set in a post-apocalyptic near future where alien invaders are devouring every last trace of human-made metals and electronic devices. All that’s left of humanity are small bands of survivors trying to outwit and outrun the aliens. The main character is a girl named Strata who finds a beautiful and rare robot pony when she’s out scavenging with her brother and her friend. Strata insists on keeping the horse even though the presence of something technical makes them a target of the aliens who are soon chasing after them. Here are three things to love about One Trick Pony:

1. Kleidi, the robot pony. She is gorgeously golden and pops out in Nathan Hale’s distinctive two tone yellow/gray coloring for this novel. She adds comic relief when she only listens to Strata and no one else. And plays a surprising role at the end of the book. I gotta say, the ending shocked me - in a good way. It took a twist I was not expecting at all.
2. The aliens. These are seriously scary multi-limbed, disjointed, frightening giant blobbing aliens called Pipers that release bubbles to capture electronics they scavenge from the earth. And if you’re holding to that technology - you could lose your limb. They are like a cross between the creature from the Alien movie and an Hieronymous Bosch painting. It’s creepy good!
3. The concept of the caravan. The main character, Strata, lives with this traveling band of “digital rescuers” who save data and technological devices before the aliens can get to it in the hopes that one day civilization can be rekindled. That idea is so, so powerful and timely when you think of efforts to suppress scientific data now. Our own digital rescuers are heroes. I know all you teachers and librarians and book lovers listening can relate when I say that the burning of the library at Alexandria stills shatters a part of my soul to think of all that knowledge lost. And I love how Nathan Hale captured that concept in this graphic novel.

In One Trick Pony, Nathan Hale has masterfully combined two seemingly disparate elements - a girl and her pony story and a fierce science fiction battle book. And it is wonderful!"
- This review is an excerpt from Books Between Podcast, Episode 19
4.0 su 5 stelle Good all ages graphic novel - best for young children and ironically adults. 31 maggio 2017
Di Treetown - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
This is a book that younger readers and probably adults might find interesting. Older children may not like the obvious pandering to kids: making the hero a young girl who meets a "magical" robot pony - your older kids raised on more cynical fare may find this too syrupy sweet.
Yet, it is very well done. The story is well drawn and plotted. It is hard to write a good all ages story that is both interesting, has good action and yet, not be too graphic. There is one very intense moment at the end (spoiler *** the pony dies to save the girl and all of humanity ***). It is written well so that we as an adult can understand the deeper meaning and point of what the characters are saying without making it hard for younger children from following along.

The design of the aliens and their fundamental motive is also well executed. This is a bit of a change for Mr. Hale who had previously done historic fact based graphic novels. It is well done and perhaps we might see further adventures of this girl and her family as they rebuild human civilization.
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5.0 su 5 stelle The Hangman would LOVE it! 26 marzo 2017
Di Lindsey K Anderson - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
Creepy tech eating aliens mine and destroy the Earth. Enter Strata and the cool robot pony she uncovers. Can they defeat the pipers and save Earth? Nathan Hale ventures into the future with this graphic novel and cool twist on the classic tale of the Pied Piper. I think the Hangman would LOVE this tale!
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5.0 su 5 stelle Five Stars 16 maggio 2017
Di D. Bloxham - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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My kids loved this book. You can never go wrong with Nathan Hale.
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3.0 su 5 stelle 12 year old Hale fan was not impressed 24 marzo 2017
Di Farmershark - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
This review is courtesy of my 12 year old son, who owns Rapunzel's Revenge and has devoured all of Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales (most of them many, many times).

He was very disappointed in One Trick Pony. Read it twice only because he was participating in a Read A Thon and had only brought the one book with him! Felt the plot was cliched (his term) and the ending was too pat.

He did think that the illustrations were outstanding. Particularly likes the way Hale illustrates in black & white, but uses one accent color throughout his books.

For what it's worth, he believes that this book was designed for younger children, so another reader may have a completely different opinion. However, unlike Hale's other works, my son will not be reading this again.