The fact that someone had decided that I would be safer on Mars, where you could still only sort of breathe the air, and sort of not get sunburned to death, was a sign that the war with the aliens was not going fantastically well.
I was worried that I was about to be told that my mother’s spacefighter had been shot down, so when I found out that I was being evacuated to Mars, I was pretty calm. And, despite everything that happened to me and my friends afterward, I’d do it all again. Because until you have been chased by invisible aliens, befriended a robot goldfish, and tried to save the galaxy, I don’t think you can say that you’ve really lived. If the same thing happens to you, here’s my advice: always carry duct tape. (Description taken from the book: Mars Evacuees.
Some mild injuries, a broken arm, there is a war against aliens, people fight when all the adults leave, there are dead alien bodies.
Characters say damn, hell, bloody, shut up, God, Christ, and bastard throughout the book.
Kids talk about how aliens have five sexes and ask what each one does, kids accidentally fall and hug each other.
Kids drink some alcohol a couple of times, an adult smokes, a kid is playfully called an alkie.
Title — Mars Evacuees
Author — Sophia McDougall
Series — Mars Evacuees
Book in Series — #1
Pages — 404
Publishing Date — 2014
Publisher — Harper Collins
How to Get Mars Evacuees — Amazon-MarsEvacuees
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