Thursday, February 2, 2012


This is book #5 in the Time Stumblers series. I have the first, and i borrowed the others from the library. Good thing I did, or else he'd be totally lost. But, I have to say that I like that feature. I tend to grow tired when reading a series, and have to read in book number (say) 7 all about what happened in the previous books. I already read those books, I don't want to have to reread it all again in future books. (Get what I mean?) This series isn't as bad at that as others I've read.

In this book, TJ switches bodies with her nemesis, and the Time Stumblers try to use that to their advantage. This book is quite funny and my son and I had a great time reading it together.

The book has good underlying lessons on forgiveness and... but they're not overly sappy or "preachy." I like that. I try to let my son have fun while learning, and this book does just that. It's fun (to hold his interest) and it has moral values that I feel are important for him to learn.

I did have to underplay some of the boy/girl interaction, though, because he is only 7. But, overall, a good book. We liked it. :)

I received a free copy of this book from Tyndale in exchange for an honest review.