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The Lost Tribes (The Lost Tribes, #1) characters ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Five friends are in a race against time in this action adventure story involving ancient tribal artifacts that hold the fate of the universe in the balance None of these trailblazers imagined their ordinary parents as scientiD As the chaos unfolds opportunities arise that involve cracking codes and anticipating their next moves This book unfolds sturdy accurate scientific facts and history knowledge where readers will surely become participan. Review at book surprised me I cannot tell you what surprised me because I want it to surprise you but the book ended up being very different than what I thought it was going to be The book introduces us to Ben who is given a computer game to solve from his Uncle Henry Ben just wants to impress Henry so he vows to complete the game Along with his 3 friends and his sister Ben immerses himself in the game only to find out it is than he could even imagine The book has riddles codes and information throughout and I definitely could see fans of Tombuest or 39 Clues enjoying this adventure But once again this book isn’t as it seems

C. Taylor-Butler ☆ 7 read

Five friends are in a race against time in this action adventure story involving ancient tribal artifacts that hold the fate of the universe in the balance None of these trailblazers imagined their ordinary parents as sci. Combining world travel video games puzzles archaeology advanced technology mysterious parents growing danger and a group of ambitious teenagers this is uite the adventureBen's never impressed Uncle Henry who rides him like a drill sergeant scoffs at his ambitions of becoming a basketball star saying if Ben really wants to do something worthwhile with his time he should solve the video game Henry gives him If Ben can do so in a week Henry says he'll get to join his uncle and parents on one of their expeditions as reward Ben's parents are irate about both the game and the promise but Henry says it's time Ben learned something about the family businessThe game is called The Lost Tribes of Xenobia and very uickly Ben his little sister and their three teenaged neighbors are all working on figuring it out It takes them to remote ancient sites around the world in search of lost treasures At first it takes them on the screen then they discover that the game can project incredibly realistic immersive holographic images that leave them feeling that they have actually traveled Then they begin to suspect that it might be doing than projecting imaginary images right about the time that all of their parents start acting alarmingly strange Then everything changes and nothing will ever be a game againWhile a fully satisfying story this is just the beginning of the adventures for Ben his friends and his family All are interesting engaging believable characters and I'm excited to see what comes next for them as the series develops This review is of an Advance Reader Copy freely provided by the publisher

summary ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ☆ C. Taylor-Butler

The Lost Tribes The Lost Tribes #1Entists on a secret mission But when their parents go missing they are forced into unfathomable circumstances and learn of a history that is best left unknown for they are catalysts in an ancient score that must be settle. I'm always happy when there is a new sic fi book for middle grade especially these days when it's non dystopian sci fi And this one adds ancient mysteries from around the world Nice You could also say this is a diversity book and at the same time those who want to promote it as such might be disappointed because it's not easily so identified The young teens in this book are just like the readers friends and classmates not stereotypes Related though one of my favorite parts comes closer to the end with a nicely done Star Trek reference While I may have been overwhelmed with information at some points the tone reading level and adventure are perfect for the middle grade audience Note I received an advance reading copy from the publisher