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The story is a very familiar adventure/fantasy formula, but the setting and characters make the book.
The story is far fetched but held together well and my son has really enjoyed the nonsensical aspects of the book.
This book is suitable for Middle Grade and Young Adults and I am positive Adults would enjoy reading it too.
A fun read, definitely suitable for middle grades, and still fun for parents as well.Published 9 days ago by Keishaknits
I love the world that Reeve has created in this series.
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Fun for all ages, light hearted fun. I find myself laughing under my breath at the light hearted humour. Great!Published 6 months ago by arie
I am a slow reader but this book was amazing. I would definitely recommend this book to young readers that seek adventures.Published 7 months ago by Pauline C.
This book is about how the universe came into shape (fictional). You want to keep reading on. In other words, the book is compelling (vocabulary word). Read morePublished 7 months ago by M. Heiss
I found this book at the library and picked it up to read to my son, who is 8. It went over his head, but I found it charming. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Emily M French
The book was in great shape. My son loved the story even though he doesn't usually read science fiction . A bonus it was hard cover so my husband can use it in his classroom.Published 11 months ago by Amy D
My 12 year old son loves this series. It was recommended to me by a friend whose son loved them. My son's school requires that books be close to or above the child's Lexile score,... Read morePublished 12 months ago by MommyTiger
Art and Myrtle Mumby live a drab and conventional life in 1851, living in their home, Larklight, beyond the Moon. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Kurt A. Johnson