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Tranger named Delroy brings unexpected opportunity for Delroy is a man with the ability to travel worlds hidden within our own and he was sent by Phillip's father Now Phillip will do everything he can to find his dad even if it means tri. I received a free ecopy of this book for an honest reviewI really enjoyed The Magician s Doll the first book in this series so I was excited to read The Worlds Traveler It s the story of Natalie and Phillip who have gifts as do the members of their families There is a madman who is trying to take all of the gifts of their kind and he especially wants Natalie s gift Their parents have used their gifts to shield and protect the neighborhood that they live in so that no one can find them Phillip wants to find his father who is missing and when he meets the Worlds Traveler he knows he has found a wayThe Worlds Traveler is easy to read and is written well It s full of drama suspense and adventure There are also a couple surprises along the way Natalie and Phillip continue to develop their gifts and to learn about the worlds around them I definitely recommend The Worlds Traveler for readers of all ages I liked it even than The Magician s Doll

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The Worlds Traveler The Hidden Gifted #2

Cking Delroy into helping him or a uest through those hidden worldsEven if leaving home means Martin can now find himFollow in the adventures of Phillip Stone and Natalie Bristol in this seuel to the award winning book The Magician's Dol. Yet another book I had to give up on Not because it was particularly bad but it was just not likable I found it rather boring especially for a book made for children The whole idea was uite curious and it even started off well but I didn t really know where it was going and it felt like the author wasn t uite sure either or maybe we just weren t shown the pathAnd about the showing I might sometimes complain about prolonged descriptions I have an issue with these after some shool reads but I do like when there are descriptions and when the author shows us the world the heroes the events This is yet another story where it s telling rather than showing Heroes seemed likable and interesting and I really wanted to try and finish this book to see what these kids can do but I simply couldn t Maybe in some far future I ll give it another try I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

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Life on the run from madman Martin Reimer gets in the way of everythingFor fourteen year old Phillip it has meant having to stay hidden unable to use his gift of moving through maps to search for his missing father But the arrival of a s. I received a copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewIt took me a while to get into this book Whether it was the book s fault or my own fault I can t say with complete certainty I did receive a NetGalley copy of this before I realized that it was a seuel Perhaps I would have been interested in the plot earlier if I had read Book 1 and known the concept and characters beforehand It did take me a little while to catch on to who everybody was the concept and the main problem of the plot I would say that about 20% into the book I had a pretty good grip on everythingThere were certainly some scenes that I was much interested in than others All of the scenes were necessary to the plot of the novel and none of them were boring Indeed they were all interesting it was just that I was less interested in some scenes than in othersOf course characters having special abilities is not at all a new conceptbut I felt that the way that it was done in this book was very creative and very different from other stories It wasn t just the children who had abilities either It was also the adults in fact there was a whole group of people who could do unusual things In this book there is some backstory given as to how these abilities came about This backstory makes the development of the idea even originalI just thought of something else that I ought to mention I like that the adults were intelligent The children of course disobeyed them at times but that doesn t mean that the adults were wrong or foolish A lot of modern writing either disregards adults completely or makes them out to be fools I like when I am able to read a book with a variety of character ages and personalities where both adults and the children are rational and necessary to the novel The plot was engaging The series of events and how they progressed and connected was done very well Once I got about 50% of the way through the book I found that my interest had increased greatly and I was very interested in what was happening and what was going to happenOne of the characters has the ability to travel to other worlds There were three worlds visited in the course of the book and one other one was mentioned As I m thinking about it this also would seem to be a typical plot device and one that would be hard to make interesting But just as the author took the concept of special abilities and made it exciting again they made the description of new worlds just as interesting There was no part of this book that I thought was ridiculous or juvenileThis book holds its own there were no holes in it and everything worked together nicely The story has a solid feel to it and the author makes old concepts new and fresh once


10 thoughts on “The Worlds Traveler The Hidden Gifted #2

  1. says:

    The Worlds Traveler is definitely one of the interesting and uniue books that I've read this year and I really enjoyed it for the most part I was kind of confused and I felt like something was missing I didn't know until I'd finished the book and was reading other reviews that this is actually the second book in the series Not only is this book not marketed as a seuel I didn't see anywhere that this is the second book

  2. says:

    This is actually the second in what I'm calling the Phillip and Natalie fantasy series for middle grade readers and in this one The Worlds Traveler focuses on Delroy Mendu a mercenary I do wish Roble had indicated on the cover that this is part of a seriesThis ARC was sent to me by NetGalley and the author for an honest reviewMy TakeMmm The Worlds Traveler starts out poorly with too much vagueness and too much

  3. says:

    I received a copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewIt took me a while to get into this book Whether it was the book's fault or my own fault I can't say with complete certainty I did receive a NetGalley copy of this

  4. says:

    The Worlds Tr

  5. says:

    Phillip misses his father He wants to use his talent to travel through his map to find his father but his mother doesn't wan

  6. says:

    I received a free ecopy of this book for an honest reviewI really enjoyed The Magician's Doll the first book in this series so I was excited to read The Worlds Traveler It's the story of Natalie and Phillip who have gifts as do the members of their families There is a madman who is trying to take all of the gifts of their kind and he especially wants Natalie's gift Their parents have used their gifts to shiel

  7. says:

    Yet another book I had to give up on Not because it was particularly bad but it was just not likable I found it rather boring especially for a book made for children The whole idea was uite curious and it even started off well but I didn't really know where it was going and it felt like the author wasn't uite sure either or maybe w

  8. says:

    35 stars When I first picked this book up I didn’t realise it was the second in this series I don’t think it even had a series title when I first picked this up as there was nothing to clue me in in the review copy I had so I was

  9. says:

    There are many series that deal with groups of people who have special abilities that the rest of us lack This series approaches it in a way I haven’t encountered before The abilities vary from person to person and they extend from the standa

  10. says:

    The second book in an unnamed series by the awesome author ML Roble I really enjoyed this book While the first one was much geared towards the younger part of the middle grade group this book was slightly older an