Publish date: February 4th 2010
Pages no: 425
Edition language: English
Series: TimeRiders (#1)
. . . But, I don't love it. Perhaps if I was still the age of the intended audience, perhaps then I would have loved it -- If I was the age my grandchildren would be, if I had grandchildren; or even if my grandchildren were reading the books along with me, then I would probably think they were gre...
The premise of Timeriders intrigued me. I enjoy a book that journeys through time with people fixing up problems. However, I found the way this book was written frustrating, especially in the first few chapters. I didn't enjoy the way it jumped around between time zones every chapter, especially sin...
I enjoyed this book. Entertaining YA story about teenagers being picked to serve as time-travel police. Why teenagers? Well, you'll just have to read the book to find out.The plot was action-packed and I loved the character of Bob, the AI there to protect them. This book addresses the Hitler-time-...
I'm not sure if it should be a 1* or 2* for me. Let's say 2, for the Terminator shout-outs, which made me smile (I watched T1 and T2 when I was in middle school, and I still have fond memories of those), for the couple of good things I liked, and because I didn't actually want to throw the book thro...
'TimeRiders', a YA novel by Alex Scarrow, wavers between interesting and head-scratching. While it's got some good ideas the story is choppy, ranging from clever to illogical.The premise is pretty much a Sci-Fi primer. Three youths- Liam, a sixteen year old steward aboard the Titanic, Maddy, a ninet...
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