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Sam Faulkner now knows his father is trapped in Vlad Tepes's castle, but he can't save him without the seven coins that will allow him to direct his travel to the right year in Time. So he sets off on a desperate journey through the ages to collect the coins -- to the oracle at Delphi, Pompeii before Mt. Vesuvius -- even Chicago in 1932, where he meets his seven-year-old g Sam Faulkner now knows his father is trapped in Vlad Tepes's castle, but he can't save him without the seven coins that will allow him to direct his travel to the right year in Time. So he sets off on a desperate journey through the ages to collect the coins -- to the oracle at Delphi, Pompeii before Mt. Vesuvius -- even Chicago in 1932, where he meets his seven-year-old grandfather. But things get wilder still when he finally finds his father, who is sick, dying, raving . . . and who insists they must rescue Sam's dead mother from Time!


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Sam Faulkner now knows his father is trapped in Vlad Tepes's castle, but he can't save him without the seven coins that will allow him to direct his travel to the right year in Time. So he sets off on a desperate journey through the ages to collect the coins -- to the oracle at Delphi, Pompeii before Mt. Vesuvius -- even Chicago in 1932, where he meets his seven-year-old g Sam Faulkner now knows his father is trapped in Vlad Tepes's castle, but he can't save him without the seven coins that will allow him to direct his travel to the right year in Time. So he sets off on a desperate journey through the ages to collect the coins -- to the oracle at Delphi, Pompeii before Mt. Vesuvius -- even Chicago in 1932, where he meets his seven-year-old grandfather. But things get wilder still when he finally finds his father, who is sick, dying, raving . . . and who insists they must rescue Sam's dead mother from Time!

30 review for The Gate of Days

  1. 5 out of 5

    Hannahj

    COOL!!! ok, so im gonna do this like the TV show LOST (it's gone now ):) GATE OF DAYS "Previously on Gate of Days" *flashes to Sam putting coin on statue* "Sam, no stop!!!" *Lily and Sam transport into time* *cavemen tslking to them* "He's after us!" *coin put on statue* *Sam staring a Lily* "I think Lily's getting sick" "All you can do is hope..." *flashes to Mt. Vesuvius erupting* "WE NEED TO GET OUT OF HERE!" "Here we must go up the fireplace" "We have to go! Go save your children" *Lily and Sam fall off the COOL!!! ok, so im gonna do this like the TV show LOST (it's gone now ):) GATE OF DAYS "Previously on Gate of Days" *flashes to Sam putting coin on statue* "Sam, no stop!!!" *Lily and Sam transport into time* *cavemen tslking to them* "He's after us!" *coin put on statue* *Sam staring a Lily* "I think Lily's getting sick" "All you can do is hope..." *flashes to Mt. Vesuvius erupting* "WE NEED TO GET OUT OF HERE!" "Here we must go up the fireplace" "We have to go! Go save your children" *Lily and Sam fall off the cliff as Mt. Vesuvius erupts* "Where are we?"- Sam *construction worker* "GET OUT!" "Look, Sam, we can't go back up there, we don't have any more coins, and we need 7 to save Dad, were doomed.." "We'll be fine.. trust me" "But we can't, the police found your phone, and they know you stole a coin from the musuem! There coming to the library!" *Sam talking to the nice lady* "That's our Great-Grandpa, Lily" Oh no... our Great Grandpa was in trouble with the Mafia *Great Grandfather bloody, police outside* "Sir, are you ok?" "Who are you?" "we'll help you clean up" *boy runs up* "hey daddy" ... it's grandpa... "how was school little one?" "GREAT!, hey daddy, who are these people" *lily faints* GATE OF DAYS Episode 5: "We must get the coins, must save Lily, and must save Allan" Apparently, Lily has some type of problem, the doctor can't uncover, so Lily,is on her own, meaning, she might die. I feel really scared right now, i mean, now i think Sam will get the money for baby-sitting his grandpa, but i can't believe how awkward it is!!! If lily dies... it won't be good I loved the part where Sam thought back about all his memories with Lily and how he can't believe he might lose her... he isn't any doctor but he keeps on saying she's very homesick... i keep on thinking every second they talk to there family that it's changing there lives... i mean, what if Sam and Lilly come back to a world where the Great Grandfather is still alive because 2 young children.. who looked "somewhat" like Sam and Lilly kept him in shape and helped him... i'm freaking out... this book is so interesting

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jeanette

    My sister gave me Guillaune Prévost's The Gate of Day (The Book of Time) to read, having discovered and enjoyed it. This middle-grade science fantasy novel is translated from the original French. It didn't take long for me to realise that it is a sequel. Fourteen year old Sam Faulkner and his younger cousin Lily live in Sainte-Mary, Canada. Sam's mother was killed in a car accident a couple of year earlier and Sam's father has disappeared. In the first book, Sam realises that his father has disc My sister gave me Guillaune Prévost's The Gate of Day (The Book of Time) to read, having discovered and enjoyed it. This middle-grade science fantasy novel is translated from the original French. It didn't take long for me to realise that it is a sequel. Fourteen year old Sam Faulkner and his younger cousin Lily live in Sainte-Mary, Canada. Sam's mother was killed in a car accident a couple of year earlier and Sam's father has disappeared. In the first book, Sam realises that his father has discovered a way to travel in time (through a series of statues and coins) & that he is now trapped in Bran Castle by Vlad the Impaler (the original historical Dracula). Sam is on a desperate search for seven coins so he can choose where he lands in time and rescue his father. However, he encounters a number of obstacles, including the ire of his critical aunt, a police investigation into his night foray to the museum and a mysterious figure who seems bent on trapping him in the past. It took me a while to get into the book, perhaps because it was a sequel (with lots of backstory to catch up) and perhaps because in the first couple of excursions to the past, the characters are not well developed and the visits are brief. However, Prévost grabbed my attention with the Pompeii visit (perhaps in part because at the same time I was reading that scene, I had just watched a recreation of the Pompeii's destruction - but mainly because of a long visit and stronger characters). The pace picks up and the mystery deepens. Eventually Sam must use his knowledge of history and his wits to rescue his father. The Gate of Days ends with a partial resolution - leading into the final book of the trilogy. Overall, this was an interesting book with some likable and complex characters - Sam, Lily, Sam's former girlfriend Alicia - and some interesting settings (particularly when these are more developed over a period of time.) At times, it felt a bit like a history teacher's attempt to make history interesting so I wasn't surprised to learn that Prévost is in fact a history teacher with this aim in mind. I thought Sam was a bit slow on the uptake as to why his father was so interested in the bracelet & I could see the code instantly, once Sam found out it was contained in the enigmatic list jotted down by his dad, though it took Sam a few more pages before he worked it out. The Gate of Days is a fun book with lots of adventure, history and mystery.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Aaron

    I read the Gate of Days and I really liked it. I liked all the adventure of going to different times. I also liked mystery and how he had the collect the 7 coins to find his dad. How the dadin in a Vlad Tepes's castle. I read the Gate of Days and I really liked it. I liked all the adventure of going to different times. I also liked mystery and how he had the collect the 7 coins to find his dad. How the dadin in a Vlad Tepes's castle.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Fenil

    Read immediately after I finished THE BOOK OF TIME. I had twice the fun reading it. The smell of the paperback reminds me vividly of the story.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Robert Tulba

    I really have enjoyed these books thus far.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tushar Marpaka

    I read the first book. So, of course I had to read this.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Black

    Dumb, boring and pointless

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jared

    The Book of Time and The Gate of Days by Guillaume Prevost were a recommendations/request from my cousin Stacie. I picked these up from the library and a short time later had both of them finished. These are both easy reads geared towards the pre-teen/teenage audience. The stories center around Sam and his cousin Lilly and their adventures in time-travel. I thought the stories were a little predictable in some respects as far as I knew what was happening and the characters had no clue until much The Book of Time and The Gate of Days by Guillaume Prevost were a recommendations/request from my cousin Stacie. I picked these up from the library and a short time later had both of them finished. These are both easy reads geared towards the pre-teen/teenage audience. The stories center around Sam and his cousin Lilly and their adventures in time-travel. I thought the stories were a little predictable in some respects as far as I knew what was happening and the characters had no clue until much later, but it wasn't enough to distract from the story. I was actually really impressed with the writing that was captivating enough to tell a good story. The characters were believable and I really liked the family dynamics though I do have a suspicion about Aunt Evelyn's new boyfriend Rudolf and who he really is.... we'll have to wait until book 3 to find out if I'm right or not. Sam has wonderful adventures through time and visits many different locations where he is able to learn a little bit about history while going through life-changing events and building a relationship with his cousin Lilly. Sam is searching for his father who has always been a bit eccentric but now has gone missing for over 10 days. Sam sets out to find him and discovers things about his father that trouble him, but through it all just wants his dad back as he knows he is trapped but does not know how to get to him. The ending to The Book of Time was a disappointment as there were a number of chapters dedicated to Sam and his Judo tournament, but this was again easy to overlook as there were interesting things happening during the tournament that play a part in The Gate of Days. I liked The Gate of Days much better than The Book of Time because we were able to see more character development and understand pieces of the time-travel puzzle a little better. I'm excited for the third book to be published later in 2009 and a satisfying ending to the trilogy.

  9. 4 out of 5

    J.D.Staton

    This is another exciting and thoroughly engaging action-adventure journey through time as Sam and his cousin, Lily, search through various times and locales, in history, trying to find Sam's father who disappeared from his bookstore two weeks previously. This book and series are so crowded with such a huge range of characters and settings that it's often quite challenging to keep them straight, especially when reading via audiobook. There are so many different people who know bits and pieces of v This is another exciting and thoroughly engaging action-adventure journey through time as Sam and his cousin, Lily, search through various times and locales, in history, trying to find Sam's father who disappeared from his bookstore two weeks previously. This book and series are so crowded with such a huge range of characters and settings that it's often quite challenging to keep them straight, especially when reading via audiobook. There are so many different people who know bits and pieces of various stories regarding key story characters, pieces of historical treasure, the use and misuse of the huge number of stone statues, major events that took place in stone statue settings, as well as, the history of Sam's family's involvement with the stone statues, that it's impossible to sort out truth from lies, within this plot. I kept thinking that the more I read, the clearer the genuine storyline would become. In reality, however, I've just grown more and more confused with each book. Much of this confusion, I believe, has much to do with the author's poor world-building skills. The rules surrounding the stone statues seem to change with nearly every new chapter. As such, the reader is forced to ignore the previous rules that were stated/provided and replace them with ever-changing new ones. This creates an ongoing level of chaos, along with one situation after another where the author "tells" the story, instead of "showing" it (the mark of a novice author). Despite these flagrant gaffes, I enjoy the wide range of historical settings and artifacts that have been jammed in, back-to-back, within this book. Many of them are historical realities typically overlooked by most authors, which makes them particularly interesting to learn more about within this trilogy. As such, I'm ranking it a 4 star creation.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dinda

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The inside of the dinosaur's atomach reeked of epoxy and paint. Sam Faulkner crouched all the way in the back of the space, and he was ready to move to get out of not just the huge Baronyx where he'd been hiding all evening. He would slip over to the coin room, take what he needed Sam preferred to think of it as borrowing and return to the dinosaur until the museum reopened in the morning.Then he would rescue his father. But once you knew time travel was possible. The next morning Sam pushed ba The inside of the dinosaur's atomach reeked of epoxy and paint. Sam Faulkner crouched all the way in the back of the space, and he was ready to move to get out of not just the huge Baronyx where he'd been hiding all evening. He would slip over to the coin room, take what he needed Sam preferred to think of it as borrowing and return to the dinosaur until the museum reopened in the morning.Then he would rescue his father. But once you knew time travel was possible. The next morning Sam pushed back his sheets and jumped out of bed and immediately winced. His body was a mass of pain. His alarm clock blinked 6:42, and he was tempted to go back to bed and rest. when Sam emerged from the valley and saw the city, it took his breath away. Sam lay on the basement's cement floor for a moment, catching his breath. Aside from nausea, one of the most uncomfortable effects of his was the echo effect he experienced on his return. The next morning,as Sam climbed through the Faulkner bookstore's back window, he was still filled with Alicia's face and words, his heart felt almost bruished by their reunion. Sam leaped past the bottom step . Where would dragomir have taken his father? " He escaped from the square tower!" screamed a guard. " Search everywhere!The dungeons too!" And finally Sam has found his father. And Sam would like to pause then, his fingers were already tingling and time was about to carry them away. THE ENDGate Of Days

  11. 4 out of 5

    Coreena McBurnie

    The Gate of Days is another time traveling adventure full of stories of Sam visiting various places in search of his father. In many ways, this book is an extension of the the first one - it picks up right where the other left off. Again, the history involved seems genuine and well researched. I enjoyed Sam and Lily's (Sam's cousin) characters and liked how they evolved in this book. They both grew and used their brains to figure out the puzzle. Sam's aunt and her boyfriend are a bit over the top, The Gate of Days is another time traveling adventure full of stories of Sam visiting various places in search of his father. In many ways, this book is an extension of the the first one - it picks up right where the other left off. Again, the history involved seems genuine and well researched. I enjoyed Sam and Lily's (Sam's cousin) characters and liked how they evolved in this book. They both grew and used their brains to figure out the puzzle. Sam's aunt and her boyfriend are a bit over the top, though I have a feeling that his aunt's nervous disposition may have some purpose in the last book (this is just a guess). The book begins great and pulls us right in, not only with a burglary, but with the mystery of who the burglar is. Prevost adds more depth to the story with the addition of the burglar and his tattoo of the horns with the circle in it, and how this theme is carried out through the book. And then there is the great cliff hanger ending - I can't wait to get my hands on the next book in order to see how this series ends. I can really see middle school and early teens liking this book, especially ones who like history and adventure stories. I can also see the book appealing to both boys and girls.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Wardrip

    Reviewed by Joan Stradling for TeensReadToo.com In the first book of this series, Sam Faulkner went looking for his missing father and discovered a magic statue that transported him through time. During his time travels, Sam discovers his father is being held captive in Dracula's castle in 1462 and is determined to rescue him. In order for Sam to save his father, he has to obtain seven coins from the past. With the help of his cousin, Lily, Sam hurtles through time searching for the coins. Unfortun Reviewed by Joan Stradling for TeensReadToo.com In the first book of this series, Sam Faulkner went looking for his missing father and discovered a magic statue that transported him through time. During his time travels, Sam discovers his father is being held captive in Dracula's castle in 1462 and is determined to rescue him. In order for Sam to save his father, he has to obtain seven coins from the past. With the help of his cousin, Lily, Sam hurtles through time searching for the coins. Unfortunately, someone else is time traveling, as well, and trying to close the Gate of Days before Sam and Lily can make it home. This second book in THE BOOK OF TIME trilogy is fast-paced and exciting. Sam travels to prehistoric times, meets his six-year-old grandfather, escapes from gangsters, and learns about a bracelet that plays an important role in the ability to time travel. I've enjoyed traveling with Sam and am very much looking forward to finding out more about the bracelet and Sam's further adventures in THE CIRCLE OF GOLD, book three of the trilogy.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sijal

    In this book many interesting events happen but this is what people need to know most about this book to understand it. First Sam’s father was stuck in a time period by time travel. Then when Sam found out, he stole one time travelling coin from the museum to place it in his time travelling stone statue. Sam tried multiple times to reach his father then finally reached the destination he wanted. When Sam found his dad the dad did not want to leave because he wanted to retrieve his bracelet that In this book many interesting events happen but this is what people need to know most about this book to understand it. First Sam’s father was stuck in a time period by time travel. Then when Sam found out, he stole one time travelling coin from the museum to place it in his time travelling stone statue. Sam tried multiple times to reach his father then finally reached the destination he wanted. When Sam found his dad the dad did not want to leave because he wanted to retrieve his bracelet that he stole because with it he could choose the exact location he wants to time travel too. This way he could prevent his wife from dying in a car accident. To sum up, these are the main events in this book. I like this book for several reasons. To start, it is an adventure book. For example, the main character in my book time -traveled to other cities and explored them. In addition, there is some kind of sadness, which goes well with adventure. Like the time, Sam’s, the main character, mom died, and when his dad disappeared. These are the reasons why I like this book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Marla

    Likes: * Lily helps and supports Sam in his quest (view spoiler)[ * Lily has a special power to draw travelers back to their point of departure, so she is more special than Sam * Meriwerre's bracelet so you can control your time travel * Sam and Lily meeting Setni and learning more about time travel * Sam's solving his dad's puzzle in the notebook * Grandpa believes and will help Sam (hide spoiler)] Dislikes: (view spoiler)[ * Sam's random time hopping and not finding any coins * Don't know what prehisto Likes: * Lily helps and supports Sam in his quest (view spoiler)[ * Lily has a special power to draw travelers back to their point of departure, so she is more special than Sam * Meriwerre's bracelet so you can control your time travel * Sam and Lily meeting Setni and learning more about time travel * Sam's solving his dad's puzzle in the notebook * Grandpa believes and will help Sam (hide spoiler)] Dislikes: (view spoiler)[ * Sam's random time hopping and not finding any coins * Don't know what prehistoric times and Pompeii was supposed to accomplish * Sam not knowing much about history and fumbling along * Sam imposing and not getting along with on Alicia * Sam's father was a huge disappointment (hide spoiler)] * Not learning much about the bad guys * The End With-reservations: violence, bullies, lying, running away, stealing

  15. 4 out of 5

    Yumi Kirtash

    I wrote a small review on the first volume a few days ago when I finished said book, I was not completely sold on certain things, but it was entertaining to read. Now, with the second volume, things changed a bit for me. The characters took a bit of shape compared to before, I can even say that there is a character I find interesting, Lily, Sam's cousin, I was rather intrigued in the first volume but now I am sure I like her. (Spoiler alert!) I also liked the part in which she travels with him, w I wrote a small review on the first volume a few days ago when I finished said book, I was not completely sold on certain things, but it was entertaining to read. Now, with the second volume, things changed a bit for me. The characters took a bit of shape compared to before, I can even say that there is a character I find interesting, Lily, Sam's cousin, I was rather intrigued in the first volume but now I am sure I like her. (Spoiler alert!) I also liked the part in which she travels with him, when Samuel travels alone it also can be fun to join him, but it was much more once his cousin entered the equation; or maybe that was only for my personal taste. Something maybe rather obvious is that things clarified even further with the whole traveling business, I am now waiting to see how it will develop further, how will Sam and his father attain their next goal?

  16. 5 out of 5

    Samy K.

    The second book of time is even better than the first.First Sam goes on some adventure on his own, but then accidentally brings his cousin along, which I think is an absolute mistake because then Sam would have no one to bring him back home. There are a lot of interesting parts. For example, the time he met his own grandfather at the age of six. Meeting your own grandfather at the age of six must be fascinating! Also the readers got to meet Allan, Sam's dad, for the first time. Allan seemed to b The second book of time is even better than the first.First Sam goes on some adventure on his own, but then accidentally brings his cousin along, which I think is an absolute mistake because then Sam would have no one to bring him back home. There are a lot of interesting parts. For example, the time he met his own grandfather at the age of six. Meeting your own grandfather at the age of six must be fascinating! Also the readers got to meet Allan, Sam's dad, for the first time. Allan seemed to be totally crazy, which is not the best first impression. Allan was a total freak for something very precious. The end of the story leaves you wanting so much more. A new mystery is left in your brain until you read the final book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    L Frost

    Liked this book even more than the first one. Only one four letter word used (d$) and one use of "My God" as I remember. As a parent I want to know those types of things when looking for books for my kids to read. No sexual references either (thank you to the author). Typical boy/girl infatuation scenario. Not sure what happens in the final book, but there hasn't been any kissing or otherwise so far. Author doesn't get sidetracked with that, he really sticks to the main storyline which is fast p Liked this book even more than the first one. Only one four letter word used (d$) and one use of "My God" as I remember. As a parent I want to know those types of things when looking for books for my kids to read. No sexual references either (thank you to the author). Typical boy/girl infatuation scenario. Not sure what happens in the final book, but there hasn't been any kissing or otherwise so far. Author doesn't get sidetracked with that, he really sticks to the main storyline which is fast paced. Love how he uses history in this series. It would be a great way to teach reading & history/social studies in the same way The Lightning Thief can be used to teach reading and Greek mythology. Anxious to see how the series concludes in the final book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    NathanialM

    In “The Gate of Days” number two of The Book of Time trilogy written by Guillaume Prévost, Sammy, our young time traveling protagonist now knows where his father is but is afraid of where he has to go to rescue him. It is… Vlad Dracula’s castle! Although now he has his cousin, Lily. But wait, now the two are having issues getting from place to place in time “Where are we?”(pg.104). Will they be able to get to Sammy’s dad and get to present day without being locked in the past forever? Will Sammy In “The Gate of Days” number two of The Book of Time trilogy written by Guillaume Prévost, Sammy, our young time traveling protagonist now knows where his father is but is afraid of where he has to go to rescue him. It is… Vlad Dracula’s castle! Although now he has his cousin, Lily. But wait, now the two are having issues getting from place to place in time “Where are we?”(pg.104). Will they be able to get to Sammy’s dad and get to present day without being locked in the past forever? Will Sammy even be able to get to his father? I recommend this book for fourth through fifth graders, and this is a really good book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Dayna Smith

    The second book in the Book of Time series. Sam is still trying to rescue his father from Dracula's castle. On his search for more coins for the machine he accidentally drags his cousin along with him. After escaping prehistoric hunters, the eruption of Vesuvius, and ancient Greeks, Sam and Lily must find their way back to their own time after meeting their great grandparents in 1930s Chicago. Will they get home? Will Sam be able to save his father from the clutches of Vlad Tepes? The second book in the Book of Time series. Sam is still trying to rescue his father from Dracula's castle. On his search for more coins for the machine he accidentally drags his cousin along with him. After escaping prehistoric hunters, the eruption of Vesuvius, and ancient Greeks, Sam and Lily must find their way back to their own time after meeting their great grandparents in 1930s Chicago. Will they get home? Will Sam be able to save his father from the clutches of Vlad Tepes?

  20. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    In book two of the time traveling series, Book of Time, Sam is on a mission to find his missing father who is being held by captive by non other than the actual Dracula, Vlad Teppes in the 1400s. Sam bounces around from era to era, sometimes with his cousin Lily, all to collect the coins that will piece together the mystery about the gates. Fast paced and sort of a guilty pleasure...

  21. 4 out of 5

    Lisa (Bookworm Lisa)

    The second book in a trilogy. Sam is trying to rescue his father, this time he takes his cousin Lily on one of his adventures and meets the Egyptian high priest Seti. He finds his way to the dungeon of Vlad Tepes, the 15th century sadistic person who Dracula was based on. I liked this book, but not as much as the first. It gets four stars, it may be 3 1/2, but I rounded up.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dave

    Another great read aloud, just like its predecessor. This will be a great trilogy. Only the second time one of my classes has voted to read a sequel to a read aloud book. Can't wait for the third book! Another great read aloud, just like its predecessor. This will be a great trilogy. Only the second time one of my classes has voted to read a sequel to a read aloud book. Can't wait for the third book!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

    Since it's written in 3rd person, I feel like you don't really get connected and everything happens too fast and simple. Yet, I'm still going to continue the series because it always ends with a cliff hanger. Since it's written in 3rd person, I feel like you don't really get connected and everything happens too fast and simple. Yet, I'm still going to continue the series because it always ends with a cliff hanger.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mel

    I really enjoyed this! I whizzed through this in a couple of evenings after work. I enjoyed this more than The Book of Time, as I felt things were explained better and everything started to make a bit more sense. If I can manage to get hold of a copy, I will definitely read The Circle of Gold.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sophia

    This was better than the first one.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Mr. Awesome

    I can't wait til the next book! the first two were just amazing. I can't wait til the next book! the first two were just amazing.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Hanna

    OH MY GOD. I don't usually remember these type of things but I remember the last words exactly. You have to read them. OH MY GOD. I don't usually remember these type of things but I remember the last words exactly. You have to read them.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

    This really only gets a 2.5. The book is rather choppy and not all that well developed, but the ideas behind the novel (novels since the whole series seems to be this way.) are fascinating.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Joleen

    Still a good story even in book #2. The end of this book left you really wanting to read book #3. It will not be out until the end of summer.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Reita

    Dumb.

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