By Christine Peymani
In keeping with the epic movie After Earth, starring Jaden Smith and should Smith.
One thousand years after cataclysmic occasions pressured humanity's flight from Earth, Nova leading has turn into mankind's new domestic. mythical soldier Cypher Raige (Will Smith) returns to his estranged relations, able to be a father to his thirteen-year-old son Kitai (Jaden Smith). whereas touring to a close-by planet, an asteroid typhoon damages Cypher and Kitai's send, they usually crash-land on an inhospitable Earth.
As his father lies loss of life within the cockpit, Kitai needs to trek around the antagonistic terrain so as to get well their rescue beacon, encountering hugely developed creatures and a ruthless alien beast alongside the best way. His complete lifestyles, Kitai has sought after not anything greater than to be a soldier like his father. this day, he will get his chance.
With black-and-white illustrations all through, After Earth: Kitai's Journal is full of motion, event and emotion, as advised by means of Kitai Raige himself--perfect for more youthful readers!
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