Publish date: December 6th 2011
Pages no: 274
Edition language: English
Series: Everness (#1)
Everett Singh's father is kidnapped right in front of him. Turns out, Papa Singh was working on a project involving parallel universes and has left Everett the Infundibulum, the map of 10 to the 80th power parallel universes. Only other people are after it and Everett leaps through the Heisenberg ...
Planesrunner is an enjoyable story about a boy searching for his father in a parallel universe. The story is engaging and is well plotted, however, I found there was way too much detail in it all, resulting in a pace that tended to plod at times. Some of the touches were good, like Everett calling t...
It's official: Planesrunner is an exhilarating read! It's a perfectly balanced tale of science and adventure, and I enjoyed it immensely. I am so glad I have the sequel ready to devour!My favourite aspect of the book is the world-building. Parallel universe and multiplicity are the main concerns of ...
I’m always happy to get proper YA scifi, which this is. It started out extremely strong–the story begins with Everett’s scientist father kidnapped before his eyes, and of course the police don’t believe him. I thought that the middle section was a little bloated–I got bogged down in the early time o...
I'm trying to find the right words to describe my awe while reading this book... Planesrunner has been on my bookshelf for a long time, I just saw few very good reviews from the blogs I trust and bought it. If not for my book buying ban, it would have stayed gathering dust there for much much longer...