The Golden Crown (Tennis Shoes #7)
In a nightmarish twist of events, Harry finds himself in the midst of unforeseen enemies who seek to separate him from all he holds dear. To make matters worse, Garth Plimpton and Meagan are fo
Harry and Meagan (soon to be step brother and sister, if they can ever get back to modern times where their parents are engaged to get married)are separated once again and both propelled on amazing and highly entertaining journeys. Harry and Gid accidentally get picked up by slav ...more
This book is a historical fiction novel with surprising turns (despite the fact that some events get rather predictable). Every other book (up to book five) thought you could only go into Book of Mormon times (using the rainbow room), and all of a sudden they find a place (the galaxy room, a side tunnel off of the rainbow room) that takes you to new testament times. This is a great book in a great series, but if you are anything like me you will get quickly irritated at this book ...more
The Golden Crown serves as an extended epilogue to the two previous books. This time Harry is the one who is missing. The problem is that the entire book seems to have no purpose. Harry gets shipwrecked on an island for three years – while only six months pass in his own time. Then he argues with some Greeks, meets Luke, throws in a gratuitous reference to Star Wars – someth ...more
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Read a former review of this series for my criticisms, they are basically all the same. Except my issue with the italics. I don't know what it is about Heimerdinger writing in italics for Meagan's POV, which has it's faults, but I'm okay with ...more
I've been reading this series for a while now and of course had to continue till I am done, my brother was the first person to recommend it, I've liked his recommendations in the past so I gave it a try and I've really enjoyed reading this series.
I really liked the whole plot of this book all the unexpected twists and turns ...more
This was one of the better books in the series and it puts an end to the story of the previous two books. One thing that has bugged me about these books is the time difference between the ancient and modern ...more
I thought it was a great way to tie up the story line that had been progressing for the past 3 books. It ...more
The Lost Scrolls: 4
Silversword: 4 (The reason is it is a 4 is it's too
much like the 60's.
The Feathered Serpent book 1: 5
" " " " 2: 7 (I know, I know. It only goes to 5.
This was the best of the books in this
series so far!)
The Golden Crown: 5 A really good bood. 2nd to Seven
I appreciated the story line answering a lot of questions for me in this book. It was a lot of fun to see the characters in new places. The ending left me wanting but the next book helped sate some of that hunger.
The story does seem to go on and on but I keep wondering what is going to happen next. And I keep enjoying the adventure.
I have already started the next in the series and will probably read all of the series.