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Time Bomb (Mars Diaries #3)

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Set at an experimental community on Mars in the year 2039, the Mars Diaries feature 14-year-old virtual reality specialist Tyce Sanders. Life on the red planet is not always easy, but it is definitely exciting. As Tyce explores his strange surroundings, he finds that the mysteries of the planet point to his greatest discovery-a new relationship with God. Mission 3: Time Bo ...more
Paperback, 113 pages
Published October 1st 2000 by Tyndale Kids (first published September 1st 2000)
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Richard Pittman
I've enjoyed the previous books in this series, but this one was not as enjoyable. The books are overtly christian, which I did not know when I checked the first one out of the library to read to my my daughter. I am wary of overtly religious books because so many of them have terrible theology. The first two books in the series, though, were a lot more about using religion to build a meaningful life and to inform morality. I am fine with that. This book had sections that were a lot more about " ...more
I enjoyed reading this after my 12 yo son recommended it to me. I was happy to see that it reviews some of the facts about Mars that he learned earlier this year studying astronomy. I thought it was fairly exciting and suspenseful for a junior high book. I missed the first two, but I didn't have trouble figuring out what was going on, and I would read another. The message (science can't solve all our problems or answer all our questions about life) is spelled out pretty clearly, but I didn't fin ...more
It's a kid book like the rest in the series. My grandsons like them, and Brouwer writes with a clever twist here and there.
The Third Place A Teen Library
F BRO md bk. 3

Science Fiction
Kind of strange, but still great
Ayesha Ahmed
clean science fiction
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