Publisher: Canonbridge LLC (March 20, 2010)
Forts: Fathers and Sons by Steven Novak
For Tommy Jarvis, life has never been simple - quite the opposite, in fact. It is, however, about to become decidedly more difficult. Moments after stumbling through a doorway to another world, Tommy and his friends discover they are the key to ending a war in which the casualties are too great to count and their chances of survival are almost nonexistent.
My Review -
This was a pretty good book. The very imaginative scenario and creatures were awesome.
The writing for Forts: Fathers and Sons honestly just wasn't great at times. It wasn't completely terrible but it seemed a little immature. But it wasn't the only thing that was immature. The characters were also immature. For example, one of the main characters was eleven years old, but, behaved like an eight year old.
|The author sketched this inside my book!|
Now, would I recommend this book to you? Depends. Do you like hundreds of different creatures, each with their own unique traits, abilities, and personalities? Then yes. Do you like portals from Earth that leads to one hundred different planets? Then yes. All-in-all, Forts is a good book. Not great, but if a sequel is written, it has limitless (there I go with that word again) potential to be a purely awesome book.
Hey, all you people who read for fun. U R COOL.