Book review for Outlaws of Time

Here’s the latest book review by our 12 year old for Outlaws of Time. She really enjoyed the book! Check out what she had to say about it:

Outlaws of Time is a great book. I loved how adventurous and exciting it was. Every time I would read a new chapter, I never knew what was going to happen next. It was unpredictable. I loved how many twists and turns the book took. I’m glad that there are sequels because they will probably be just as good as this one.

Twelve-year-old Sam Miracle is more trouble than all the other boys at St. Anthony of the Desert Destitute Youth Ranch put together – even the one who’s already torched a gas station. And he doesn’t even have good arms. Sometimes Sam had daydreams – daydreams so strong that he passed out while having them. He couldn’t tell dreams from reality. But little does he know that these ‘daydreams’ are actually his past. Sam Miracle has been tossed between time, and ‘restarted’ his life more times than he can remember. That’s why he has daydreams.

Sam learns so much on his adventure and becomes so much braver. He meets many people – good and bad. My favorite character in this book is Glory. Glory helps Sam on his quest to stop El Buitre. El Buitre is an evil man because he keeps trying to kill Sam. He wants him dead so that he will be able to rule the world. He even destroys a city to try to kill Sam. The reason Glory is my favorite is because she sacrifices everything for Sam. She does what’s right even when it’s hard. She is brave, caring, noble and reliable.

This book is one of my favorites and I would definitely read it again. The story is sometimes confusing, but it made sense in the end. I’m so excited to read the next book, and I hope after you read this book, you will feel the same. I hope that you will read this book and love it just as much as I do.

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