Sunday, October 30, 2011

Changer's Summer - Mike Lewis

Publisher:  Createspace
Pages:  178
Source:  Review copy in exchange for  a review
Genre:  Middle Grade, Science Fiction

In the past, scientists experimented and changed the environment and animals through technology and then they vanished.  We slowly figure this out when a changer begins to materialize one piece at a time in a barn.  There are several unique things about the world the author has created.  Rain is either green and goopy, or yellow acid rain.  Crops must be grown inside of barns.  animals talk, rats are able to reason and build ladders from crop material.  Changers have been traveling through time to"look" at their accomplishments.  Now they plan on making changes to "fix" their mistake.  When Tom and his friends realize the plans will make things worse.  they have to find a way to stop them.  The world was wonderful  The characters were great, the plot was slow but still interesting enough to make me want to read the second one.  I read this as an ebook, so I will wait until the second on comes out before I purchase them for my shelves at school.  The kids hate, as much as I do, waiting a year for a sequel.

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