Noah lives for piloting spaceships through time, dodging killer robots and saving Earth’s animals from extinction. Life couldn’t be better. However, the twelve-year-old time traveler soon learns it could be a whole lot worse. His mom is abducted and taken to thirty-first century Mars; his dad... read more
““Mom, do you think I’ll ever be like everyone else?” She looked up from her work. “Of course not, Noah. You’re—” “Special.” I glared at her. “Maybe I don’t want to be special.” She got down on the floor and wrapped me in her arms. “Everyone enters this world with some kind of handicap,” she said. “Whether it’s the place they live, the family they’re born into, or the weakness of their legs. No one has a perfect life.” Even back then, when I was still just a kid, she didn’t sugarcoat the truth. “What makes each of us special is how we deal with our circumstances.” She moved hair out of my face. “I probably don’t tell you often enough how proud I am of you. You handle yourself better than I ever could.” I looked into her eyes. There were no tears, just a firm conviction that she would never let me go.”Noah Zarc, Jr., Noah's Mom - Hannah Zarc
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