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Noah Zarc: Mammoth Trouble (Book 1) by [Pease, D. Robert]
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  • File Size: 1687 KB
  • Print Length: 214 pages
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  • Publisher: Evolved Publishing LLC; 2nd edition (December 17, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 17, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DOE08Q0
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Noah Zarc... At first I thought it was going to have some biblical intonations throughout the story. The only thing roughly biblical is Noah's name ,and that fact that the story takes place for the most part in a big arc. Instead of being in a world full of water, the arc travels back and forth in time to rescue animals from extinction. The goal of the arc is to put all the animals that ever existed on earth in an undisturbed by humans earth house. Earth will be an animal habitat- no humans live there anymore, they are all now on other planets.

Noah's mom is kidnapped by her husband's brother and taken to the future while Noah's dad is fighting robots bent on killing him in the ice age. Why? Because the brother wants earth to be re inhabited by humanity. Noah and his brother and sister must take the ship back and forth in time to rescue their parents. On one of their stops they pick up a stowaway. Did I mention that Noah is in a wheelchair? Fear and strength, fun and work, and the heroes of the story are kids- one who is differently abled.

Quite an intricate story in a short book. I loved it! This is my first time reading a time travel book. I've watched the entire Back to the Future series, but it has nothing on Noah Zarc! I'd love to see the series made into a movie.

I received a copy of Noah Zarc in exchange for an honest review. [...]
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The story of Noah Zarc is set in a future post-apocalyptic world where a cataclysm has rendered earth uninhabitable and killed off all plant and animal life. Mankind, being ingenious and highly adaptable, survive by moving to Mars and Venus. The Zarcs have been given the mission to travel back in time and bring back a male and female of each of the lost species to re-populate earth with the lost animals. This is of course a direct reference to the bible story of `Noah's Arc'.

The Noah family consists of the three children Sam, Noah and Hamilton and their parents. On one of their sorties to rescue an extinct species in the ice age, the parents encounter their arch-enemy Haon, who captures Mrs Zarc and leaves father Noah stranded in the past. As the three kids rush to rescue their father, their ship gets damaged and they have to live for a few days in the ice age. There, Noah becomes friends with a girl named Adina who stows away in their ship on their return. There is a budding romance here between the two friends which has however not been fully developed. The rest of the story revolves around saving their mother from Haon's clutches and stopping him from destroying all they have worked for over the years.

Noah is a paraplegic who I found to be a bit immature but extremely brave. He does not wallow in his disability and the technology of this future world helps him take care of himself. He is also a very accomplished pilot and his flight sequences are extremely well dramatized. He is somewhat socially awkward and struggles to find the right words while talking with Adina when he first meets her. All the other characters are quite likable as well.
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Wow, this book has amazing reviews...and lengthy, so I will make mine short and sweet. As an adult, even I enjoyed reading about Noah and his adventure with his family. The story is about a time traveling family in the future that must go back in time to save all animals that have become extinct. The evil Haon has destroyed earth and Noah is our hero. A simple mission his parents go on put them all in danger. Noah's mom is kidnapped by Haon and they must save her. I really enjoyed this book. Much more than I thought I would. The way Pease describes almost everything in complete detail leaves me hoping for the future to actually make some of these inventions. The story was a good, fun read and I will definitely be having my 9 year old son read it too. For now I am off the 2nd book in the series.
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Noah Zarc and his family are on a mission. They are collecting 2 of every animal via time machine so that they aren’t extinct in the year 3024 (Noah’s home time-zone). When Noah’s mom and dad get stuck in time because someone stole their time-traveling spaceship, Noah and his older siblings go to rescue them. But, it turns out that by the time they got there (they arrived a week after the signal) that their mom was kidnapped (by the guy who stole their spaceship). And that’s not all – the evil guy plans to destroy their goal by wrecking the place they have set up for the animals via poisonous gas, so it would take years to remove it. What can Noah and his family do?

Mammoth Trouble is the first book in the Noah Zarc trilogy (Book 2 is Cataclysm and Book 3 is Declaration). This is a fabulous dystopian world! Mr. Pease makes it sound so real and believable. I wouldn’t be surprised if this actually happened in the future (hmm.. maybe Mr. Pease is the time traveler?). I like Noah’s name, it made me smile. Noah is a really cool boy. The fact that he is disabled (Noah is in a high-tech wheelchair) added to the story. It is great to see a very cool MC with a disability. The story is very fun and totally gets the reader involved. I think it would make a great read-aloud for parents to read to younger kids for story time. Older kids and grown-ups will enjoy Mr. Pease’s writing style. The book has no profanity and only mild violence. The sibling rivalry described between Noah and his brother and sister is very believable and pretty funny. I think Noah Zarc is a great series that kids would love. I am definitely finishing this series!
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