Max Quick: The Two Travelers (Max Quick, #2)
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Max Quick: The Two Travelers (The Max Quick Trilogy #2)

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Five quiet years have passed in Starland, California since the the time of the Pocket. But when a crazed old man shows up with a warning, Max, Casey, Ian and Sasha suddenly find themselves on the run. Max and Ian go through an Arch back to 1912, where a mysterious Machine is under construction that seems connected to Max’s unremembered secret. Meanwhile, Casey and Sasha fo...more
Paperback, 580 pages
Published November 1st 2012 by Mark Jeffrey Publishing (first published 2012)
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Mark
Nov 04, 2012 Mark rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Phillip
Nov 15, 2007 Phillip rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone that likes fantasy/sci-fi
Shelves: alreadyread
As good as I thought the first book was, this book is even better. Many authors have that quality first book, then in their follow on, the quality declines as they grasp for plots to extend the story or start blathering on about their personal preferences for love, life, food choices, political beliefs and all other what not. Mark doesn't.

Instead, this story puts it's foot on the throttle in chapter one, then brings you on a careening, edge of the seat ride right till the very end. A brilliant...more
Austin
Just finished this after re-reading The Pocket and the Pendant ... WOW. This book swallows the first book whole! The leaps from Pocket to Travelers is like the leap from the The Hobbit to Fellowship of the Ring -- it has the same characters, but a much bigger and expanded world and stakes. The writing is much better in this book as well, Mr. Jeffrey has learned a lot since his first outing. He managed to touch on every theme and idea I have an interest in once again, a very philosophical book. A...more
Lindsay
*I received a free copy of this book through GoodReads First Reads in exchange for an honest review.*

If it's possible, the sequel is even better than the first book. I can't wait to see what happens to Max, Casey, Sasha, and Ian in the next book. The imagination it takes to write books like this is extremely rare, and I commend Mark Jeffrey for a job well done!
Ron
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Jessica
I can't believe book two was better than one!!! Disclaimer: I haven't read the revised version of book one.
Elizabeth
The story of Max and his friends progresses a lot in this very rich, inventive and unique sequel.
Thomas Roth
An awesome tale. I listened on iTunes. Highly recommend.
john albarado
very well written book great to read
Barbara Monk
Such a good book. Great author.
Sonja
great series
Swing
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GB Banks
Feb 11, 2008 GB Banks rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: everyone, young and old.
Shelves: books-i-ve-read
I had the opportunity to read this book pre-release, a couple of years ago, and it was a wonderful read. An amazing expansion of the world Jeffrey created in The Pocket and the Pendent, the story takes us deeper into the mysterious world of Max Quick and his friends. The characters are richer, the Max universe is wider, and the excitement is greater.

It's been a while since I read this, but I remember being impressed by how well Jeffrey had built upon the first book and how the characters had gro...more
Cognizance LeeLo
Apr 28, 2008 Cognizance LeeLo rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: all ages!
Recommended to Cognizance by: Mark Jeffrey
What a remarkable universe Jeffrey has developed for our enjoyment! I was able to fall in love with the main characters in the first book, The Pocket and the Pendant, but this one really cemented that feeling. The challenges these kids are faced with are common to every day living, and you really can connect with some of the trials they face. But, just as you feel you understand the world and it's inner workings, Jeffrey takes you for another ride and things are not as they have been... or ever...more
Jon
A good tale, probably better than the first one. While the first one stands on it's own pretty well, this volume really screams out for the sequel. Well worth it if you've already read the first volume and were waiting for more, but if you haven't read volume 1, it might pay to wait until volume 3 is available before starting.
Conrad Chilton
Oct 11, 2007 Conrad Chilton rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Phillip Pullman, Rowling fans
I've waited so long for this one!!!! It just came out last week - I read it in one night! twice as good as the first one (seriously)
Jodi
Not as good as the first book
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Mark Jeffrey is the author of the young adult Max Quick Series (maxquickseries.com). He is also the author of the ARMAND PTOLEMY thriller series and AGE OF AETHER, a steampunk adventure-romance.

His first podiobook, MAX QUICK: THE POCKET AND THE PENDANT, has received over 2.4 million downloads to date. He has co-founded four internet companies and written four novels.

Mark has been named as one of H...more
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