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Blog Tour with Review Eight Days on Planet Earth by Cat Jordan

Blog Tour with Review Eight Days on Planet Earth by Cat JordanEight Days on Planet Earth by Cat Jordan
Published by HarperTeen on November 7th 2017
Genres: YA, Romance
Pages: 352
Source: YA Bound Book Tours

I received this book for free from YA Bound Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


How long does it take to travel 13 light-years to Earth?How long does it take to fall in love?

To the universe, eight days is a mere blip—but to Matty Jones, it may be just enough time to change his life.

On the hot summer day Matty’s dad leaves for good, a strange girl suddenly appears in the empty field next to the Jones farm—the very field in rural Pennsylvania where a spaceship supposedly landed fifty years ago. She is uniquely beautiful, sweet, and smart, and she tells Matty she’s waiting for her spaceship to return to pick her up.

Of course she is.

Matty has heard all the impossible UFO stories for all of his seventeen years: the conspiracy theories, the wild rumors, the crazy belief in life beyond the stars. As a kid, he searched the skies with his dad and studied the constellations. But all that is behind him now. Dad’s gone and Matty’s stuck.

But now there is Priya. The self-proclaimed alien girl. She must be crazy or high, right?

As Matty unravels the mystery of Priya, he realizes there is far more to her than he first imagined. And if he can learn to believe in what he can’t see: the universe, aliens…love…then maybe the impossible is possible, after all.

Review ” – 

In an Oyster Shell – An emotionally provocative read that will pull at your heartstrings.

The Pearls – The book starts out with a cynical Matty who disbelieves everything his father ever told him. Pryia comes into his life showing up at the field and challenges his beliefs. The concept was interesting, its what drew me to the book but the execution was above and beyond expectation. It was unexpected and most welcome.

The characters really make this story. Matty being the main character sets the tone throughout the book. His growth is exponential and makes for a satisfying read. Pryia remains a mystery for most of the book which is intriguing. The two interacting is delightful.

The romance was sweet and changed me as a reader. It challenged my beliefs. I felt that along with Matty I grew a little bit.

The end was unexpected and very well done.

The Sand – It was a good book.

4.5 Pearls!

Blog Tour Schedule –

October 23rd

Character Madness and Musings   Character Inspiration

Wishful Endings   The Real Space Field

CBY Book Club   The Real Space Field

October 24th

Dani Reviews Things    Review

The Cover Contessa   Guest Post

The Thought Spot   Review

October 25th

Jill Jemmett   Guest Post

Buttons Book Reviews    Review

V’s Reads   Review

Zerina Blossom’s Books  Guest Post

October 26th

Jamie Deacon – Stories of Young Love   If I Were Priya – 8 Days of Data Collecting

Zili in the Sky     Review

October 27th

The Bookworm Chronicles   Spotlight

Loves Great Reads  If I Were Priya – 8 Days of Data Collecting
Blushing Bibliophile   Review

October 30th

Haddie’s Haven https://haddieshaven.blogspot.com      Review

Books Direct     Review

YA & NA Bookshelf   Guest Post

Brooke Blogs  If I Were Priya – 8 Days of Data Collecting

October 31st

Mythical Books http://www.mythicalbooks.blogspot.ro/   Promo Post

Vicky Who Reads     http://vickywhoreads.wordpress.com   Review

November 1st

A New Look On Books   http://anewlookonbooks.wordpress.com   Promo Post

Writing Pearls    http://www.writingpearls.com      Review

Margie’s Must Reads    http://margiesmustreads.com Promo Post

Reading for the Stars and Moon     http://readingforthestarsmoon.blogspot.com/      Promo Post

November 2nd

The Adventures of SacaKat    https://sarahfairbairn.com/     Review

Kendra Loves Books     http://kendralovesbooks.blogspot.com    Review

Never Too Many To Read     www.never2many2read.blogspot.com    Promo Post

Laurisa White Reyes, Author     http://laurisareyes.blogspot.com    Promo Post

November 3rd

Hike2Forty and beyond http://hike2forty.blogspot.com/   Promo Post

Booked     http://BookedLQ.wordpress.com     Promo Post

Amy’s Bookish Life     Http://www.amysbookishlife.co.uk   Review

Fandomly Bookish      https://fandomlybookish.wordpress.com/     Review*
Childishly Passionate    https://childishlypassionate.wordpress.com  Review*

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About Cat Jordan

When I was a teenager, the very first book I ever tried to write was pretentious and stilted and set in a future where there was no paper. Obviously, I fancied myself another Ray Bradbury (who I was thrilled to meet not once but twice!). The book had an awesome title and no plot but I had the most fun creating the characters and the world they lived in. That to me is the most enjoyable part of writing a novel: envisioning a world and populating it with all kinds of people and dogs. Gotta have a dog.

The worlds I create now as an adult are based on my travels from coast to coast in the US, to Europe and Mexico and Canada, and on the people I have met and loved and admired and feared. And dogs.

Currently I live in Los Angeles. With my dog.

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