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Timothy and the Interchange (The Kingdom Heir, #1)

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After taking a ride on a transport without purchasing a ticket, Timothy Stokes finds himself stuck in an imaginative world completely new to him. By obtaining a position at the Interchange, the Ministry of Trans-World Transportation’s complex headquarters, Timothy is able to uncover a secret conspiracy along with the help of his two
Paperback, 262 pages
Published May 8th 2012 by Adam Hutchinson
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Mary Liliman
May 17, 2012 Mary Liliman rated it it was amazing
My oldest son (11 years-old) loves reading, especially fantasy series. He's already been through the Harry Potter series and the Underland Chronicles, but I was getting worries we wouldn't find a new series for him. When I first heard about the Kingdom Heir series, I was a little skeptical because I thought the parents were the "bad guys" but it turns out it's really a story of forgiveness and acceptance. He absolutely loved the first book, and I read it right after him, also loving it! This is ...more
Calvin Stine
May 17, 2012 Calvin Stine rated it really liked it
This is the kind of first book in a series that shows promise. I think this will become very popular with upper middle grade readers, aged 10-12, within the next year or so. The second book should continue what this first one started: a trip to imaginary worlds and twisting plotlines of evil conspiracies. It's definitely a funny book too, which always helps.
John Cate
May 17, 2012 John Cate rated it really liked it
This is definitely going to be a popular series soon. Can't wait for the second book to come out! Yeah, the cover makes it look like a kid's book, and it definitely has a young quality to it, but it's such a great story, full of mystery and conspiracies and suspense. Not to mention, this other world that the author has created is so detailed and just full of imagination. Such a fun read.
Paige Bradish
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May 20, 2012
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Though originally from Dallas, Texas, and still a Texan at heart, Adam Hutchinson currently writes away his life in Seattle. He enjoys all walks of fiction, whether short or long, real or imaginitive. Perhaps his earliest influence on writing was Roald Dahl, but Adam has many favorite writers including Joan Aiken, J.D. Salinger, Carson McCullers, and John Steinbeck. He is also an avid fan of the ...more
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