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The story is so mysterious and interesting. The plot never lags. The description is vivid, gripping, and fresh. The description, particularly, is wonderful. I was just so surprised and pleased, and if there's one other thing I could say it's that my siblings and I would have LOVED this book as kids!!!
All around, it was just so wonderfully done. It brought back childhood memories of the books my mom would read, and the wild adventures I was taken on. Don't miss out on the story your kids will go crazy for. I may have been a little skeptical going in, but I was wowed by the time I finished.
Fantastic author, FANTASTIC book!
I received an ARC copy of this review from the author. My opinions are my own.
If you ever battled a Rubik’s cube, hungered after the hoverboards in Back to the Future, or yearned to time travel, The Century Cube is going to pull you in. Throw in a couple of typical brothers, Turner and Weston, and the realistic sibling rivalry and klutz factor ensure these two will be accidentally traveling to a future where their hometown is strangely devastated and some new friends have old familiar names.
Now all Turner and Weston have to do is repair the century cube’s core, reassemble it, and solve it to return to their own time. What could go wrong? With their new friends at their side, they face threats beyond what they could have imagined.
The Century Cube is an exciting adventure that leaves itself open for a sequel without being a cliffhanger.
I received a copy of this book from the author, and I also bought the ebook with my own money. Yes, I had a free copy but I bought it anyway because I wanted it to load and sync correctly on all my various Kindles when I read it again. (That’s a bit OCD, I know, but there you have it.) My opinions are my own.
The Century Cube is a fun, light-hearted novel that would be suitable for a young reader but definitely able to entertain adult readers as well.
The story focuses on two young brothers, Turner and Weston, who discover jeweled version of a Rubik's cube. Solving the cube transports them 100 years into to the future, where they enter a world of robots, dragons, 3d printing and hover boards. What ensues is a non-stop adventure as they struggle to find a way back to their own time.
The young boys are lovable, especially young Weston, who steals the show with his adolescent enthusiasm and innocence. The story moves at a steady clip which kept me engaged from start to finish.