A Measure of Disorder

A Measure of Disorder

AlanTucker / Sep 20, 2019

A Measure of Disorder Jenni Kershaw s ordinary eighth grade life becomes a thing of the past when her science class goes on a field trip Armed with only their notebooks MP players and wits Jenni and her classmates are

  • Title: A Measure of Disorder
  • Author: AlanTucker
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  • Jenni Kershaw s ordinary, eighth grade life becomes a thing of the past when her science class goes on a field trip Armed with only their notebooks, MP3 players, and wits, Jenni and her classmates are unknowingly transported to another world Follow Jenni and her class on their extraordinary adventures in their fight to discover who and what they really are.

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    1. I wrote this book as something I'd like to read, and hoped my kids would enjoy it as well : ) So far the number one question I get asked is: "When is the next one coming out? I need to read it now!"I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it!


    2. FIVE SHINNY, HAPPY STARS!It starts out reminding me of Percy Jackson with the field trip. At first I though this is going to be a copy cat but as they story moves along, was I ever wrong. First of all, the story moves at the PERFECT pace, not boringly slow but not too fast so that it can include details. The characters are full of characters, whoa that sounded weird. I did not hate any of the characters (and I always hate some characters in a book). I really like juvenile book characters where t [...]


    3. When Alan asked me to review this book, I was excited! I've always been a huge fantasy fan, and anything in that realm usually tends to be right up my alley. After reading the synopsis and realizing that this was about a school class, I was even more excited. I work with children, and finding books to hold their interest for long periods of time is always difficult. Thus, I dove in.A Measure of Disorder revolves around a class trip gone awry. The students find themselves mysteriously transported [...]


    4. Trying out a shorter review:It's very hard to talk about this book without talking about spoilers. And since there aren't that many reviews, I'd rather not post a spoiler review. It totally immerses you in Mother. It's not the same as our Earth, it's a different Earth that has more than just humans and animals. The author did a great job at creating a new world. You get pulled in and it really makes you appreciate the beauty of nature. It's full of descriptions of this world, so you really have [...]


    5. Reviewed by Candace Cunard for TeensReadTooEighth-grader Jenni Kershaw might not be part of the popular crowd, but she does well in school, has a few close friends, and lives a fairly normal life--that is, until everyone on her school science fieldtrip mysteriously falls asleep and wakes up in a different world.The students decide to scout the land and look for some answers--or at least some edible food--and that's when Jenni encounters a "local," a dwarflike man who calls himself Crank and help [...]


    6. First going into this book, I didn't have very high hopes. Occasionally I will judge a book by it's cover. This book's cover art is not the best I had ever seen. Then I started to read the book. The beginning was nothing very special, but slowly it started to progress until I was hooked! I could hardly put this book down. Reading Teen followers, you will have your doubts before reading this book. DON'T. It is WELL written, well thought out, and the whole concept is completely insane. Which makes [...]


    7. First going into this book, I didn't have very high hopes. Occasionally I will judge a book by it's cover. This book's cover art is not the best I had ever seen. Then I started to read the book. The beginning was nothing very special, but slowly it started to progress until I was hooked! I could hardly put this book down. Reading Teen followers, you will have your doubts before reading this book. DON'T. It is WELL written, well thought out, and the whole concept is completely insane. Which makes [...]


    8. Who knew a simple science field trip could turn into such a whale of an adventure? Jenni Kershaw and her classmates can’t seem to find the bus for the return trip to school. Then they notice the landscape has changed, the vegetation is unfamiliar, not to mention the peculiar talking wildlife. They’ve been brought to an entirely new world.Alan Tucker has a wild imagination, down to the tiniest, seemingly insignificant detail. But all those details become important as Jenni and her friends cha [...]


    9. A Measure of Disorder by Alan Tucker is a wonderful foray into fantasy and imagination. Technically a young adult book, the book is just as likely to appeal to middle-graders as the heroine of the book is a fourteen-year-old eighth grader name Jenni Kershaw.Jenni and her eighth grade science class are on a field to a nearby campground to collect plant samples for a science project. Suddenly, after lunch, the entire class finds themselves going unexpectedly sleepy. A mist rolls over the lake they [...]


    10. Overall Review: What would your body look like if your appearance reflected your true inner soul? "A Measure of Disorder" has a dreamy, movie-like quality to it, which my mind effortlessly brought to life. It's an entertaining and thoughtful read that leads the reader on a journey to discover an extraordinary "alter" Earth filled with adventure, friends, and self-discovery. I appreciated Tucker's simple detailing, which flowed very smoothly throughout the vast majority of the story, giving the r [...]


    11. To start with, I'm a huge fantasy fan. I'm keen on faeries, vampires, werewofles etc. Unfortunately, quite a lot of books are similar: almost the same problems, the same adventures "Measure of Disorder" is different - in positive way.A group of 14-years-old pupils with some teachers and parents are on a field trip. While coming back, they cross to another world. They don't know what'd happened, have nothing to eat, some of them felt ill But the meet Crank, an inhabitant of the place. He decides [...]


    12. This was a surprisingly good book. When I first heard about it from the author, I thought it would be geared towards a younger audience. I was pleasantly surprised when it was definitely around my age group, if a year or two below where I am at. The book had an interesting story, but the best part of the book was the world the class found themselves in. By fantasy standards, it wasn't very weird or 'fantastical', yet it had a certain quality that made it seem beautiful and dangerous at the same [...]


    13. I knew from the beginning I was going to love this story - well written, great characters and fabulous originality!It starts with a group of teenagers on a school field trip - ordinary, everyday, yes - untilI don't give spoilers but will say that this is a delightful, insightful, energising read, in-built with messages about Nature and how things will only become worse for Earth if things don't change. This is cleverly done within a wonderfully imaginative created fantasy world, where descriptio [...]


    14. When my step-dad Stace asked me about reading "A Measure of Disorder" to review it and give my feedback, I was a little apprehensive. He told me it was more toward females, but I really didn't mind. I read through it, all 200-something pages, and it was fantastic! I must say that I'm honored to be acknowledged in the book, and I'm glad I got the opportunity to read this before the majority of people. :)


    15. What can I honestly say? Alan Tucker has one heck of an imagination. I loved every part of this book. It was well written and alot of fun. I cant say too much because I dont want to ruin it for those of you who havent read it yet!!! Fantastic!!!! I am now itching to get my fingers on books two and three of the mother earth series!!!!!!


    16. Jenna and her classmates are magically transported to another world on their field trip. There they find fantasies beyond their imagination, and they find they all play a part in this new world. Mother Earth sent them there for a reason, but will they be successful? A very sweet, interesting book that will soothe anyone's need for a unique fantasy.


    17. I received this book for free through First Reads. What I enjoyed best about this book is its originality. A group of 14-year-olds on a class field trip and their chaperones are not only transported to another world, but transformed into other beings.This is a book I know my middle school students would enjoy reading.


    18. The Mother Earth series were REALLY good. When I read the first book I just HAD to read the next two. Every page of all the three books were worth my time. This series was one of the best I've ever read. I really liked how the author came up with all those kinds of creatures. Very impressive.


    19. A different twist to a fantasy adventure. Very imaginative writing. I highly recommend this for youngadults as well as adults. It was one I did not want to put down until I finished. Very original.


    20. I liked the characterization of most of the cast, not to mention the protagonist is made sympathetic after everything that happens to her. The author does a good job of worldbuilding for a YA series. Despite downloading this book for free, I may have to go through the rest of the series!


    21. This YA book about teenagers having an extraordinary adventure quite surprised me. I read a few pages on a whim and then just dropped all other books until I finished it. I am not in the target demographic, but this old codger quite enjoyed the story.



    22. This was a beautiful story! I love that it's different than most of the teen fantasy available right now; in fact, it reminds me of some of the classics.



    23. This book was amazing! One of the best I have read in a long time! And right now it is free for the Kindle. Give it a shot, you won't be disappointed!



    24. I started this book a couple of years ago and got interrupted early on. Then I got busy and forgot. Usually, if I forget a book, it’s forgettable. However, this was case of bad timing, during a move. I’m a farmer now with a house on 2.5 acres, and one day I went exploring the woods down by our spring. That reminded me of Mother Earth in the blurb for this book. So in spite of my huge TBR pile, I went searching through my Kindle until I saw the title again. Whoa, not a forgettable story once [...]


    25. I picked this book up free on .28th October 20133 out of 5 StarsABOUT THE BOOK:"High school will be a breeze for Jenni Kershaw - if she lives long enough to enroll, that is. Jenni's ordinary, eighth grade life becomes a thing of the past when her science class goes on a field trip. Armed with only their notebooks, MP3 players, and wits, Jenni and her classmates are unknowingly transported to another world. There they encounter amazing creatures, some of which think a kid shish kebab would be a t [...]


    26. This is book one in the Mother Earth series. It turns out to be an excellent mix of sc–fi, fantasy and a tale for young adults. This is a great read for teenagers. There are lots of adventure and personal growth in the characters. A strange new world to explore, but not too outlandish like some fantasy. One very important point that needs to be brought up, she has a pronunciation guide in the very back of the book. I wished I would have noticed it before, but I managed to guess most of the nam [...]


    27. So, I started reading this book I'd say early 2017. I cannot say how much it had drawn me in! I absolutely loved it and it was well written with a sturdy plot!! Then chapter ten came and what the?! It's not it's not pulling me in. It honestly dropped me like a cannonball in a ship fight. But I've decided that I'll try reading it again because I wouldn't want to let 10 chapters that I enjoyed go to waste after I read them then. I'll let you know how it goes but I'm not promising anything at all. [...]


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