Well, seventeen-year-old Blake Bishop can finally admit that hijacking the Hulahoo may not have been her brightest idea. (Oh my gosh, I love this already)
But those tiny machines were originally created to stop illness and save lives, and Blake is pretty certain she can reset the Eye to its original (non-horrific, non-murdering) state. Of course, if she’s wrong, the Eye will destroy everyone in the galaxy, including Blake and her little sister. No pressure.
(Well, 25 year old Kim Cloutier can finally admit that she's found a query that she can't seem to critique. Seriously though, I really like this. I would read it in a heart beat. I honestly can't find anything that I didn't like. I suppose the only thing that made me pause was wondering if this was a book #2, only because it seemed like so much of the story had already happened in the query, while most queries start at the beginning of the story. But I don't think that's actually a problem, becaue I still think the query worked. I hope that made sense. Anyway, it was great, I think you've got it. Best of luck to you!)