The Time Thief (Gideon Trilogy)
Publish date: 2007-12-26
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 512
Edition language: English
At first I didn't think I would like it because of the whole Peter thing but I was very very very surprised! This turned out to be one of my most favorite books! The characters are still wonderful and many parts of this nearly made me cry.
Okay, I really liked this book, so don’t take this complaint the wrong way. WHY, oh WHY did they change the title of the first book? The Time Travelers vs. Gideon the Cutpurse? I’m choosing Gideon the Cutpurse every time. Nonetheless, this was even better than the first, delving into the questions s...
This book was definately better than the first one. I gotta say I enjoyed it more because of the way it was written, the plot and everything overall.The plot definately quickens and a lot of interesting events occur. The writing becomes more in-depth, which is good to see because I thought the previ...
Also called "The Tar Man."Loved it! At the end of the first book, Kate returns to her time, The Tar Man hitches a ride with her, and Peter gets accidentally left behind in 1763. When Kate and Dr. Dyer return to rescue Peter, a wrong button on the machine was pushed and they end up in 1793. Meanwhile...
The Tar Man (a.k.a. The Time Thief) by Linda Buckley-ArcherAn excellent sequel that has its own important tale to tell and is not simply a hold over until the denouement. Kate has to go back in time to find Peter when the NASA scientists, and even her own parents, believe that it would be too danger...