Lima restarts mission, this time in 2015, to save the young Edward Chan, author of the first theory of time travel, threatened with assassination by critics from the future.
But when Maddy mistakenly opens a time window, Lima, along with Chan and the rest of her school group is propelled to 65 million years BC, the hunting ground of an unknown species of predators .
Liam will he contact Maddy and Sal before they are all torn to pieces by dinosaurs, without endangering the story?
June 7, 2012
15 € 50
I was conquered by the first book, because I found the story very original, this second volume has surpassed its predecessor.
We find Maddy, Sal and Liam who questions the actual creation of the agency, and they will soon receive a proof of its existence when asked them to save Edward Chan, who is the origin of trips time.
In the first pages, I wondered where the author was trying to lead us. Knowing that history happen in the time of dinosaurs, I expected that there comes forward without seeing it coming and I began to wonder if the coverage and its summary were not a bit exaggerated?
But ultimately, we quickly (around after 100 pages) this long awaited trip, one way, it totally unexpected!
I no longer meet the eyes of my reading as I waited to see how our friends would get out of this mess without endangering the agency and secret trips.
I loved the return of Bob, I will not say more, but I found this way to cook clever, because it brings a real plus to the story, and allows you to see things in a differently.
Just as this change with the arrival of Liam and the group in the Cretaceous era is uniquely found. I am often asked the question of how our world would become if the dinosaurs had survived and Alex Scarrow brings an element here of very convincing and frightening answer!
I was a little surprised at how the story turns when Liam finds a way to send its coordinates to Maddy and Sal, and yet I loved what happens from this moment and how girls react to events.
But such maturity is surprising in the "little girls" and not credible in truth, although here, it fits perfectly.
Find Foster was a real treat, especially before the final revelation he made Maddy, which explains many scary things for our young friends.
I can only advise you to run discover this series if it is not already, because it is a feast for the eyes and imagination!
I once again thank the Nathan Publishing for allowing me to discover this wonderful result, and I now look forward to Volume 3!