Friday, November 23, 2018

The League and the Legend by Brian Wells Review

The League and the Legend
by Brian Wells
After a back-to-school night that became a frenzied fight for survival, seventh grade has finally settled down for Jake, Lucy, and TJ. Of course, there are still your basic Level Three humiliations: awkward hygiene challenges, toxic nicknames, and science fair debacles. But at least nobody is running for their life.

That all changes when dangerous intruders descend on the historic Chicago hotel Jake calls home. After a daring escape, Jake, Lucy, and TJ find themselves fugitives on the run, chasing a series of cryptic messages that lead to a mysterious plot to steal Civil War codes codes that somehow still matter today.

Along the way they survive a shocking betrayal and unearth more stunning family secrets. In this sequel to the critically acclaimed The League and the Lantern, Brian Wells has once again crafted a fast-paced, adrenaline-pumping thriller, skillfully blending action, humor, and historical trivia.

I received a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's Review- I strongly suggest reading book one first to get the best experience.  This book is  great for younger readers and yet has enough of a story to keep older ages entertained as well.  The characters are written to life and the writing style has a flow that makes it easy to keep centered and read without wanting to go do other things. 

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