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The Golden Crown by Chris Heimerdinger
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Apr 11, 11


More of the same "adventures" as the other books; kidnappings, people missing, easy escapes, Nephite warriors running around (yes there are Nephites are running around in a book set in the apostate New Testament). The creative limitations of the author are evident the longer this series goes.

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 worlds. This is evident at the end of the book when Harry returns to the modern world 3 years older but only 6 months time has passed since he went missing. His birth certificate should still be valid in the modern world and instead of getting ready to go on a mission he should be in high school.

These books are written for kids. I would not recommend them if you are over the age of 16.
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message 1: by Dad (new) - rated it 5 stars

Dad Thanks for the warning. I am in my 50's but can't get enough of these adventure stories.


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