“When time freezes, siblings Jonah and Katherine must travel back in time once again to try to fix it. This is the fifth book in The Missing series. I thought this was a very interesting and exciting book! I found the book interesting because I learned a lot about the life of Albert Einstein and his family. Even though the book is fiction, there is still some information that is true. For example, I learned that Albert had a daughter named Lieserl whose date of death is unknown. I found this book exciting because it was very fast-paced with a surprising ending. As Jonah and Katherine gained information, their thoughts and actions changed keeping the book suspenseful and moving quickly. I loved the ending of the book and I think it will help to make the rest of the series even better. I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone who likes reading about science-fiction!”
Good start, Marley, but can you please expand upon, "...I found this book exciting because it was very fast-paced with a surprising ending"? 3+
"...I found this book exciting because it was very fast-paced with a surprising ending."
For example, Jonah and Katherine had to make extremely important decisions in seconds. This added twists to the plot and helped the book move along with great speed.
Fine review, Marley. 4+