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The Storm Begins by Damian Dibben
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Read from August 18 to 21, 2011

The History Keepers is one of those series which will be loved by both boths and girls alive. It is a rollercoaster adventure with a range of brilliant ideas that is going to make for an excellent series as the story goes on.

I love the idea of the History keepers. They are a secret service of agents whose job it is to ensure that villians do not tamper with history and change the course of time for their own gain. The whole idea that this group are out there going back to wherever and whenever in history is one that will appeal broadly and could be used in so many cool ways to make for an interesting read.

This book is predominately used to established the whole History Keepers world. Jake has just been thrust into the History keepers world and his whole world has just been turned upside down having found out that his parents are not the ordinary shopkeepers he thought they were but are actually agents on a mission lost somewhere in time.

Jake is desperate to help to find them and stows away, against orders, on a ship which is sent to find his parents and once discovered is brought onto the team as part of the mission to find his parents. The story from here on out is fast paced and interesting with lots of twists and turns along the way. The whole adventure goes well with Jake proving that he could be a valuable memeber of the History Keepers and several mysteries are unearthed along the way. The story ends with lots of unanswered questions which leaves the storylines open for book two to continue with.

All in all an interesting read and a series which I am sure is going to be popular with its interesting take on time travel.
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