Alien Child

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If I had read this as a teenager I would've liked it very much I felt like it occupies a science fictional space somewhere between Andre Norton's Star Ka'at stories and CJ Cherryh's Chanur sagaA young human girl Nita has been raised by a catlike alien known as Llipel Her home the bounds of which she has never gone beyond is The Institute an abandoned facility maintained solely by an artificial intelligence which has been Nita's source of education 'socialization' and knowledge about her speciesHowever as Nita grows so does her natural curiosity Her nature puzzles her guardian whose species seems to lack some ualities innate to humanity But Nita is driven to know what has happened to humanity? What was the purpose of the Institute? What lies outside? And what is Llipel's companion Llare occupied by in the parts of the complex that have been forbidden to Nita?It's an enjoyable and interesting story with a lot of potential However I don't feel that it fully lived up to that potential The scenario raises uestions about what characteristics are innate to humanity the 'nature vs nurture' debate What would a human child be like who had only ever had contact with only one other individual and that one an alien? I don't feel that the book used enough imagination in proposing answers to these uestions Nita seems remarkably 'normal' and similar to a girl of our society Even inarguably socially conditioned ideas such as modesty and the 'attractiveness' of some fashions over others are shown as immediately adopted by Nita even though she has NOT been brought up with those ideas The story gets even awkward in the way it handles things when it starts dealing with the awakening of sexuality and relationships presenting events and characters' behaviors in a way that is very much bound to our present society's ideas about gender norms to the extent that it feels stereotypical I expected from Sargent who's known for editing the groundbreaking 'Women of Wonder' anthology series and her many female centric sci fi booksMany thanks to Open Road Media and NetGalley for providing a copy of this book for review As always my opinions are my own More reviews The BiblioSanctumOriginally published in 1988 Alien Child is a young adult book that follows a human girl named Nita who is being raised by a catlike creature Llipel in the remains of a medical institute Llipel’s companion Llare stays holed away from them in another part of the institute that she’s not allowed to access Nita begins to believe that she’s the last surviving human on Earth as she learns about what happened to the rest of humanity and how she a human girl came to exist in a world where humans no longer roam Then she discovers that Llare is actually raising a human boy of the same age named SvenThis book seems typical fare for young adult books published during the 80s and 90s I think if I’d read this as a kid I probably would’ve liked it Reading it as an adult it was a conceptually interesting read but not the most compelling read It felt a bit too juvenile even for my tastes This skews toward the younger side of young adult We meet Nita when she’s young and follow her to her fifteenth year and this book focuses on the issues that she goes through as she ages from precocious child to puberty These issues are handled in ways that a child would relate to them and not in a way that could be seen as gross or inappropriate except for maybe one scene between Nita and SvenThe science fiction aspect of the story is where things get a little atypical This book explores themes such as “nature vs nuture” It uestions how would a human child behave if raised by a being that didn’t have an innate curiosity about things who believed that all answers come in due time As a mom of two I could definitely see a human child being overly curious as Nita was despite having a guardian who was cautious and patient Honestly I didn’t think Sargent addressed this as well as she could have Nita didn’t really seem that much different from a child who hasn’t been raised in isolation and she took to many things much better than you’d expectSargent did a better job trying to explain the horrors of humanity to the children and what led to their destruction uestioning whether humans were even a race worth saving once the children had full knowledge of their heritage It might not explore this as deeply as my adult mind would like but keeping the age group this is aimed toward in mind this is a great way to start challenging their ideas especially what they feel the fate of humanity should be after learning something pivotal later in the storyTwelve year old me probably would’ve lapped this story up and I think it probably would be great for kids as an introduction to science fiction and perhaps as a starting point for some of those uncomfortable conversations parents eventually have to have with their kids but are not uite sure how to get there Adult me thought this was an okay story but can still see why this is considered a classic and brings out nostalgia among old science fiction fans 35 stars rounded up because there aren't enough thoughtful SF novels for the 'tweens and young teens and this does help fill that gap Good 'what if' story though an experienced reader will be arguing and uestioning the author's decisions and techniuesAuthors please less romance less dystopia for YA less fantasy for 'tweens let's give young people some solid SF like The Giver and An Alien Music like this almost wasSecond read Appreciated it this time as I was reading for nuances and not just plot and other developments Interesting exploration of human nature from several perspectives two of which I've never seen before A solid four beginning of this book is praise from a bunch of folks I actually bothered to read it all not only because I was curious about what they thought of this novel but also because it had praise from other books by her She was defined as writing uniue sci fi no one has ever done anything like her she is a master at characterization and so on and so forth Talk about setting high expectations I hope I have learned my lessonSo here I am beginning the book per se and immediately I have an issue The first line is Nita's earliest memory was of the day she had nearly drowned in the pool She was toddling down the wide lighted hall of her home but her short legs could not keep pace with her guardian's long strides So what do I think? This kid is small a toddler And yet when her guardian engages her later on she has the speech of a much older child And this is the issue I have with most books who have children as a main character few succeed in making them sound as childrenHer guardian has trouble with English and even though we later learn she has an AI at her service it just did not justify why Nita seemed so developed from the beginningSeveral things felt like they were thrown out there for the reader to take for granted Like Nita saying she always knew her guardians came from a spaceship How did she always know? Did Llita tell her that story? Did the AI? Not everything was bad Some descriptions were very beautiful and the idea of Llipel and Llare's people was intriguing and mysteriousI did try to go along with the story but I kept thinking wait why didn't she do this? Why didn't she go there? or just felt that some things were entirely too convenient I just didn't buy it and kept trudging on I figured hey it's only 246 pages how long can it take? Well if felt like agesEven the ending was anti climatic The dialogues were stretched on for miles and miles and the entire idea was so repetitive view spoilerI almost yelled OK I get it mankind is bad they are afraid to become like that I get it already can we move on?? hide spoiler I read this a long time ago in middle school It's a uniue tale set in what is apparently a post apocalyptic Earth since the child mentioned in the title of this book is the only one of her kind She is raised by an alien and has never met anyone else and her education is given to her via the alien and by the computers in the place she is living in This is by no means an adult book and was written for the 'Young Adult' audience I remember enjoying it The girl doesn't spend her whole existence alone this book has a couple of pretty cool surprises that keep it interesting though perhaps if you're a sci fi buff you might not find later events so surprising Overall a decent four out of five stars for a fun YA sci fi book Alien Child by Pam Sargent A YA book originally published in 1988 Book DescriptionA girl growing up in an insulated though pleasant environment with a furry guardian for company comes to realize that she must be the last human left on earthInteresting but not compelling the novel encourages an examination of what the human condition really entails trust love and humanity's history of violence and war Might be a good choice for younger readers giving them a lot to ponderNetGalleyOpen Road Integrated MediaDystopian 1988; 2015 Print version 246 pages This was a uick read with some compelling ideas it managed tbp hold my attention and made me think of Ergo Proxy an excellent anime at points Still there was something very flat and anticlimactic about the whole venture Worth the read though A Solid SciFi Story for the Tween SetFull disclosure I received a free electronic ARC for review through NetGalley Trigger warning for rapeThe emptiness of the world outside told her that the last story of her people had ended badlyFor as long as she can remember Nita has lived in the east wing of the Kwalung Ibarra Institute with her furred cat like guardian Llipel Their only company is the robotic gardeners that maintain the grounds; the artificial intelligence that controls the Institute; and later a cat retrieved from the cold room for Nita Llipel's companion and fellow space traveler Llare occupies the west wing but the two only communicate through the mind and then only when necessary this being their time of separation Llipel and Llare are compelled to pursue solitude from members of their own species if nothing elseAs far as Nita knows she's the last remaining human on earth That is until she attempts to call Llare on the intercom and is stunned to find a furless face staring back at her On the cusp of womanhood no longer a child but not yet an adult Nita makes a shocking discovery there's a human boy named Sven just a stone's throw away And for some reason that neither of them understand both their guardians have kept the presence of the other a secret from their chargesEmboldened by her new friend Nita eagerly tries to unravel the mystery of their existence The library located in the west wing Sven and Llare's wing tells her the story of humanity's rise and fall an escalating series of wars that eventually ended with the extinction of h sapiens That is until Llipel and Llare stumbled upon the Institute a former laboratory and cryonics facility and accidentally activated the embryos that would eventually become Nita and Sven As Llipel and Llare's time of solitude draws to a close Nita and Sven must decide what to do with their lives not to mention humanity whose future almost literally rests in their hands Will they go the way of their ancestors and succumb to their most violent and base impulses? Or will compassion and hope prevail? Though it's a little young for me Alien Child is an engaging and relevant science fiction story for the tween set When first we meet Nita she's just a toddler giving the story a middle grade feel However as she grows older and meets Sven and discovers s e x Alien Child starts to feel a bit like YA but on the younger end of the spectrum Say junior high?The story tackles many issues intrinsic to adolescence understanding your changing body; relating to others around you especially members of the opposite sex; finding your place in the world; grappling with the mistakes of those who have come before you and trying not to repeat them; feelings of loneliness isolation and alienation Especially interesting is how Sargent navigates issues of sexual desire expectations and consent; while far from perfect it's not bad considering neither protagonist has taken a sex ed or women's studies class If anything it provides a useful jumping off point for parents to explore such issues with their kids and teachers their students Pro tip while I do include a trigger warning for rape here as the scene between Nita and Sven might be troubling to some readers there isn't actually a rape scene No sex scene either However there is an attempted sexual assault in which Nita has to fend off a clueless fumbling and victim blaming Sven Weirdly enough I enjoyed the story before Sven entered the picture; and once the two left to explore the world beyond the Institute my attention started to wane There's uite a bit of repetition of detail in their arguments which slows the story down And Sven is a bit of a pill Much interesting are their respective relationships with their alien caretakers The future of humanity? Yeah that didn't excite me as much I would have lived a full life exploring the world and let humanity die with me I mean just look how beautiful and wild and free the rest of earth's creatures are without us It's a no brainer I particularly appreciate the book's diversity It was the book's cover that initially drew me in Nita has dark curly hair and dark brown skin; later we learn that her parents were named Juanita Gutierrez and Robert Kufakunesu and that her father was a native African A specific country would be nice but you can't win 'em all There's much confusion about Llipel and Llare's gender; whereas Nita thinks of Llipel as a she Sven genders Llare male like himself However there's no real indication that they're eitheror; in Llipel and Llare's species the concept of gender seems to be fundamentally different from ours Likewise when they meet the humanoid alien Raen golden skinned with short black hair and pale yellowish eyes zhe is androgynous as well 35 stars rounded down to 3 where necessary I rarely read modern young adult fiction Classics like Pamela Sargent's Alien Child first published in 1988 now released in ebook form appeal to a wider audience Accessible to younger readers Alien Child is not only entertaining it is thought provoking encouraging self examination and uestioning Nita has grown up at the Institute Her only companion is her guardian a being known as Llipel As she matures Nita begins to ask uestions Where are the other humans? What lies in the cold room that Llipel has forbidden her to enter? What do the changes in her body mean? On her 15th birthday Llipel reveals the events surrounding her birth She discovers she is not alone Llare another being like Llipel has raised a boy Sven in another part of the Institute When Nita learns the world was destroyed by war and there are no humans left she wonders about the nature of humanity Why did they fight? What drove them to build vast weapons of war and use them against one another? Is violence an inseparable part of human nature? As the only humans what will happen to them? Together Nita and Sven face a difficult decision Is humanity able to change and is it worth trying to build a future?Although written in the height of the Cold War the concepts and uestions presented by Pamela Sargent's novel are applicable today It is a pleasure to see this wonderful science fiction novel made available to a new generation of readers by Open Road MediaI received a copy of Alien Child from the publisher and Netgalleycom in exchange for an honest review Crittermom There is much to admire about Alien Child It's a well thought out story with convincing aliens and as a result convincing misunderstandings Nita about 15 during the main events of the story has been raised by Llippel and has never seen another human being except on computer screens By the time she's 4 or 5 Nita already knows she and her guardian are very different As she grows older she begins to wonder if there are any people who look like her Then she discovers that a boy her age Sven lives in another wing of the building with a creature called Llare Why has Llippel never told her about Sven and Llare? And if Nita is not alone in the institute could there be other human beings somewhere else? When they learn why their world is so empty Nita and Sven are faced with a life changing decisionHow you react to a book can depend on where you are in your own life Alien Child has very understandably a claustrophobic feel It deals with imperfect decisions and imperfect communication There is in the end no true meeting of minds between humans and aliens even though Nita comes to understand her guardian All this is intellectually satisfying but emotionally rather distancing Compounding this problem for me was the character of Sven Nita is optimistic and inclined to action; Sven is depressive I got rather tired of him toward the end of the bookAgain this was a well crafted story I would recommend it with the above reservations to anyone looking for straight SF set on a future earth I just didn't enjoy it as much as I'd hoped to

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  • Alien Child
  • Pamela Sargent
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  • 15 March 2016
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