Review by Caroline, Northwest Branch
The Never War by D.J. MacHale
Bobby Pendragon has traveled to different worlds. He has been in their past, their present, their future. But he has never explored his own planet, Earth. In order to save the future of Earth, Bobby must stop the evil Saint Dane (not the dog) from destroying the past of our world.
The Never War shares a description of the 1930s from a modern day teenager's point of view. Not only does it adventure into the past, it explores into our future.
It is an easy, light read, and told from a relatable point of view. Anyone would like it, but it was tailor-made for sci fi lovers.
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