Patalosh: The Time Travelers
Orion wakes up in Antarctica with no idea where the rest of the crew is and what hit his father’s ship so suddenly. When he finds the first officer, he is led to the rest of the hidden crew. Everyone is present, except the captain and a scientist, who happen to be Orion’s parents. An evil emperor, Daagerd, captured them and demands that the ship hand over The Ancient Book Of Spells. If Daagerd gets the book, he will be able to rule all universes, something that must be prevented at all costs — even if it means sacrificing Orion’s parents. Orion is determined to find his parents and he has a plan, but he will need to get seven keys that open the book. Orion must solve seven riddles, each revealing where a key is hidden, as well as in what time period. The time-traveling ship only has nine days to find the keys and carry out his plan before Daagerd attacks. Orion and the crew must solve the seven riddles, being careful about who they trust, and keep the book safe. They must also remember that with every step, the clock is ticking away.
Patalosh: The Time Travelers deserves five stars. It has a good pace and is suspenseful, keeping readers glued to the book. The authors use original ideas throughout the book, creating a book like never before. The storyline is strong, never weakening or slowing down. The idea of how the ship time-travels is complicated, but is explained in a clear and understandable way. Patalosh is written so readers feel as if the story is being told to them and not as if they are reading words off a page. The feeling is satisfying, and everyone should experience it! This is an excellent book and certainly praise-worthy!
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