Thursday, December 28, 2017

The World’s Greatest Adventure Machine by Frank Cole - ADVISABLE

Cole, Frank The World’s Greatest Adventure Machine, 307 pages.  Delacorte Press, 2017, $17.  Language: G (0 swears); Mature Content: G; Violence: PG.

Nika, Trevor, Cameron, and Devin are very unique individuals and win a worldwide contest - a trip on the world’s greatest adventure machine. The machine is something the kids think is an awesome ride but some parts make you doubt whether it was supposed to happen or not. These kids will be in an adventure of a lifetime that they won’t forget though probably in the ways you least suspect. Now all the kids have to do is survive the ride.

This book is a real page turner and wouldn’t let me put it down until I had finished it. This book was very realistic and with the younger kids as main characters I was able to connect more to the book. It had a good beginning middle and end. There are a couple parts were there are a few mature parts like a boy in his underwear or a monster trying to murder the kids. The adventure machine was so great and ended off awesome I mostly don’t care if there is going to be a sequel or not and I love sequels. It is a book (maybe will be series) that is easy to fall in love with. I hope this book makes it to libraries around the world. I recommend you read The World’s Greatest Adventure Machine.

EL, MS - ADVISABLE. STS, Student Reviewer, 7th grade

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