Noah Zarc: Cataclysm by D. Robert Pease
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
“This is how you get things done. Find the right people, put them in a room, lock the doors, and throw lots of money at them.”
Noah is off to find out more about his past when he accidentally finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time. Caught between finding his family and his curiosity about his past, Noah does what any bot his age would — head off on a dangerous, exciting adventure.
A good follow-up to book one, book two follows Noah as he meets new friends, encounters old enemies, and travels through space and time on his quest. Full of action, Noah and his can-do attitude shine, reaffirming that even the smallest, most handicapped-looking people can make a difference.
A well-written, adventurous read for young readers and even adults, Noah Zarc blasts through space and into your imagination.
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