Acclaim for IGIST

"A stellar futuristic tale with an exemplary heroine." - Kirkus Reviews

"I first gave it to my son to read:  He loved it! He actually likes to read but is a pretty picky reader. He texted me from school during the day to tell me how much he loved the book!" - Science in the City

"Transports you to a bright, extraordinary future among the stars." - Arizona Daily Sun

"I love the possibilities this book brings, and I hope to see more books that include the use of an app." -Mugglenet.com: The World’s #1 Harry Potter Fan Site

“L.S Larson has an enrapturing tale of growth and exploration of self, along with a revolutionary way of reading that can intrigue readers of all ages.” -The Telegraph

“It was a great story for young girls and boys. It was such a good story to really show kids to use their talents and ideas to help other people, while still staying true to themselves. The app made the reading experience unique, and lots of fun. An interactive story is a really great concept. I really think Larson has a good thing going here!” -From Cover to Cover

“IGIST takes place in the future, when humans have spread throughout the solar system. It follows the story of young Emi, an earthling who dreams of escaping a plague by attending the Intergalactic Institute of Science and Technology, a school that follows a simple ethos — the right idea can overcome any adversity.” -The Daily Wildcat

“GREAT NEW YA SCI-FI! Star Wars meets Harry Potter” -The Readings of an English Teacher

“The novel uses an app to immerse readers in an alternate universe with complex scientific challenges they must solve and overcome.” -NAU News

“The Intergalactic Institute of Science and Technology, it's like a space MIT! I really had a fun time reading it and it was a good Sci-Fi novel. It had a really relatable and human aspect. It's just a super fun way to read a book.” -Ren on The Road: Books & Fandom Life

“I wish I had IGIST growing up as a young girl excited by science. IGIST is a thrilling read that will inspire future generations to change the world” -McKenna Kardish, Harvard 2015 - Astrophysics