The Navigatorby Eoin McNamee
Series: The Time Trilogy #1
348 pages, Science Fiction
Reviewed by bookRacoon
A fun read for lovers of sci-fi or fantasy.
PlotOwen the Navigator, a boy from Earth, falls through a time vortex and meets a group of people called the Resisters. He joins them in their fight against the Harsh, an evil race seeking to destroy time itself. Owen and the Resisters go on a journey to the North to try to find and destroy the Puissance, a machine that sucks up time.
MoralityA classic story about a battle between good and evil. There is a spy among the Resisters, and this spy was someone very trusted. The good and bad characters are very distinct.
Spiritual ContentThere is no magic or spells. In this book, time is a thing that can be measured and stored.
ViolenceThere are several fights throughout the book; these are not described graphically. Owen's father is said to have committed suicide.
Drug and Alcohol ContentSome people drink beer and get drunk. Drinking is not continually mentioned throughout the book.
Crude or Profane Language or ContentThe characters curse, d--n is used half a dozen times, otherwise the words themselves are not mentioned
ConclusionAn awesome read for those who like adventure, sci-fi, or fantasy books; it's action-packed and moves quickly, and there are no dry places. Though it does have some mentions of swearing and drinking, they are not blatant and do not seriously detract from the story as a whole.
|Written for Age:||11-12|
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