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I read it cover to cover in a day and can't wait for a sequel.
As an avid reader (and writer) of children's lit, I wholeheartedly recommend Simon Bloom to anyone looking for a fresh read; this book tops my gift list!
Now he can't wait to start the next book in the series, the Octopus Effect, which I also gave him.
My 12yo son says, "Best book in this genre. It's full of action, never slows down, & best of all--it's HILARIOUSLY funny! Read morePublished 28 days ago by Aubrey Lively
My daughter could not stop talking and raving about this book. She absolutely enjoyed reading it. I would recommend this book.Published 5 months ago by Jaclyn V.
My kids and I listened to this book in the car and thought it was fantastic. Simon and his friends are engaging, funny and adventurous. Read morePublished 9 months ago by H. Fisher
The book is about a boy who finds the teachers edition of physics which allows him to control all the laws of physics. It even teaches you science along the way!Published 9 months ago by John Blutarski
read is the best book ever i am on the third book it is worth the price a must buy hilarios take other peoples word for it tooPublished 9 months ago by person
I think you will like it cause my friends looked at it and liked it. I love it a lot this was the first long book I've ever read and couldn't stop reading.Published 10 months ago by Sandra Connelley
It is great for people who hate science and like great action books. But I hate that the thrid book is delayed or might not even come out.Published 14 months ago by sunkyoung park
Michael Reisman's book, "The Gravity Keeper" was one of the best books I have read. It had an interesting plot, with a fun spin on the normal third-person narrative. Read morePublished 15 months ago
I bought this book for a Christmas present for my grandson who is in 6th grade. He loves science and he loves to read. Read morePublished on January 17, 2011 by K. Shea