"Daughters of Jupiter" is the second installment of the "Space Camp" series. This edition follows Nora Clark and her extraordinary roommates in their training at the secretive Ganymede Station. After their first year was upended by a surprise attack on their allies' home world, Nora, Sophie, Cat, Zoe, and Raina find themselves at the center of a galactic intrigue. Told from the point of view of each of the girls, "Daughters of Jupiter" expands on the "Space Camp" universe, offering new enemies and new friendships. In the end, the girls will have to rely on each other if they are to succeed in their individual quests. This series is ideal for a young adult reader, specifically women interested in STEM. It blends science, history, feminism, friendship, and love while tackling deeper themes such as prejudice and violence.