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|Age Level: 12 - 18|
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I'm very pleased that I never dismiss a book because it's tagged as YA because many of the most enjoyable stories I've read have been tucked away there and this is yet... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mandy Walkden-Brown (QLD, AUS)
It's time travel with alien first contact on the side. A bit of humor, a bit of action, and an even smaller bit of romance; the story touches a lot of bases while keeping things... Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Van Lydegraf
This is an Ok kind of yarn. Lacks a little depth, but not bad for a cheap read. Thumbs up!Published 3 months ago by Mr.Snork
I definitely recommend this story of a young man whose life takes an unexpected turn when he is recruited for an agency that works to protect the space/time continuum. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Halibut Queen
This was a very fast, simple read. I liked that. The story did not go in the direction I thought it was going to go in the beginning. It was interesting and held my attention. Read morePublished 5 months ago by D. L. Johnson
This book was a ok book, but not easy to read for me. Left me still unsure of the whole storyPublished 7 months ago by Geneva Davis
What a fun read this was. Categorized as young adult, this adult reader devoured it.
The high school dropout protagonist, Dare, gets a chance to work for the custodians... Read more
Not being a devotee of sci-fi, the opening line still grabbed me. 'I had no idea what was chasing me, but I didn't like the look of receptacles. Read morePublished 8 months ago by flint01