Daniel X's hunt to eliminate each and every intergalactic criminal on Earth is always relentless, but this time, it's getting personal. Number Three on the List of Alien Outlaws takes the form of raging, soul-possessing fire. And fire transports Daniel back to the most traumatic event of his life - the death of his parents.
In the face of his "kryptonite", Daniel struggles with his extraordinary powers like never before, and more than ever is at stake: his best friends are in grave peril. The only way to save them is to travel back-through a hole in time-to the demon's arrival during the Dark Ages. Rip-roaring action and humor sets ears afire in this gripping time-travel adventure with an Arthurian cast - and countless other surprises!
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©2010 James Patterson (P)2010 Hachette
You get the feeling Mr. Patterson either phoned this one in or has been working on too many books to give any fresh idea's to this one.
We downloaded all three of the books from audible and enjoyed them. They are entertaining, timely, and just plain fun. Daniel's ability to time travel is his latest gift to manifest itself at just the right moment. We love how we just aren't sure how he is going to get out of his latest predicament. But, as always, he manages to do so with some great creativity, and a few good lines to cause a smile. :-) But, even better, his imaginary friends don't seem to want to stay imaginary. Sounds like a new book in the series is in the making. We can't wait!
These are fun, cute, inspiring books for teens. They are nice beginner books for more advanced science fiction/fantasy.
The books have good flow with plots that are "I'm not sure". They are just fun. The characters are true to their flaws and are growing. I have foreseen some ingenious ideas that may be sprouting in the next book or two. If my hunches are true this series will be better than ever. The series is just plain fun, but it is captivating enough to keep you interested.
The two authors mesh well and i enjoy the books.
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