Books by Mike Gorman

THE WIZARDS OF WYRD WORLD by Pamela F. Service
Released: Sept. 1, 2012

"A firmly tongue-in-cheek series hits its stride as Josh cuts out his earlier foot-dragging and shows signs of becoming an adrenalin junkie like his sister. (Science fiction. 8-12)"
Thanks to two young biblionauts and the alien transporter they snatched in the series opener, a weary writer finds both terror and inspiration in the fantasy world where his own novels are set. Read full book review >
THE NOT-SO-PERFECT PLANET by Pamela F. Service
Released: April 1, 2012

"The weak plot doesn't really bear up under its instructional load, but there's enough farce to keep the lessons well-greased. (Science fiction. 8-12)"
Caving to the demands of his pesky little sister Maggie, aspiring fictioneer Josh's second fantasy story features a world with mermaids and unicorns. Sort of. Read full book review >
ESCAPE FROM PLANET YASTOL by Pamela F. Service
FAMILY AND GROWING UP
Released: Sept. 1, 2011

"Readers ready for longer chapter books will enjoy having some science fiction to choose from and welcome further adventures. (Science fiction. 8-12)"
Josh Higgins, boy author, finds out what happens when he really lives in the world he created. Read full book review >
CAMP ALIEN by Pamela F. Service
FICTION
Released: April 1, 2009

"That combination, with generous measures of daffy humor, will get readers past the weak plot—the Duthwi hatch, but then decide to turn themselves back into eggs—and into anticipating Zack's future exploits. (Science fiction. 9-11)"
Having learned in My Cousin, the Alien (2008) that he's not an ordinary kid but a disguised alien with unusual powers, young Zack is again pressed into service by the Galactic Patrol. Read full book review >
MY COUSIN, THE ALIEN by Pamela F. Service
FICTION
Released: Sept. 1, 2008

"Gorman's frequent black-and-white cartoon scenes of popeyed preteens in various hazardous situations add notes of comical suspense. (Science fiction. 9-11)"
Fledgling chapter-book readers turned off by the grosser parts of the Andrew Lost tales may enjoy the more conventional escapades in this kickoff. Read full book review >