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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2011
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Think Treasure Islands Jim Hawkins and Encyclopedia Brown rolled into one adventurous, ingenious, God-fearing lad, and you get the idea. Fun, suspenseful, and unpredictable, the No Place Like Holmes books are fantastic reads, and author Jason Lethcoe is a fine craftsman of words to boot. I highly recommend this series. Robert Liparulo, bestselling author of Dreamhouse Kings and The 13th Tribe
A mystery is afoot at 221 Baker Street, but will Griffin Sharpe be able to figure out the clues before the future catches up with the past?
When Sherlock Holmes moves out of Baker Street, a new tenant moves ina mysterious woman named Elizabeth who has long been a fan of Holmes. When she discovers that Griffin and his uncle are also detectives, she becomes very friendly. So when Elizabeth goes missing along with a special invention, Griffin sets out to rescue her. But finding Elizabeth will take them on a race against the clock that bends time itself!
The No Place Like Holmes books will capture you on first page and not let you go until the final fascinating twist and turn. Jason Lethcoe is an excellent writer with the ability to craft a story that entertains all readers (adults are welcome to take a peek!). Robert Whitlow, bestselling author of the Tides of Truth series
pinkboot4 Stars Out Of 5This is a good bookApril 3, 2012pinkbootQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I was really excited to review The Future Door ( No Place Like Holmes volume 2) by Jason Lethcoe. I really enjoyed the first book No place like Holmes. The Future Door is about a boy named Griffin and his uncle Rupert Snodgrass. They make a great team with Rupert's inventions, and Griffin's Sharp eyes. Griffin is staying with his uncle in London for the summer, in the year of 1903. Rupert, (Griffin's uncle) has been working on a machine that you can travel with in past, present, and future; while Griffin goes back home with his uncle to visit his mother and father. While they are there Griffin looks at his Uncle's book of inventions and discovers the time machine. When they return to London Griffin's uncle shows the time machine to him; it is shaped like a teapot. But soon after they return the time machine is stolen and Griffin and his uncle Rupert watch the future fall into pieces. Will they be able to save the world? This question was the biggest that I was wondering throughout the book. I thought the ending of the book was not as good. It was kind of confusing. I really enjoyed the short mini mysteries in the back of the book. I also enjoyed the parts where Griffin relied on God to help them through the tough times.
BookSneezeÂ® provided me with a free copy of this book.
S ScalesTexasAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5A Fun Read-a-Loud Family AdventureMarch 3, 2012S ScalesTexasAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Reviewing a book like this is fun because I can involve the whole family! My oldest daughter is a fan of mysteries, so I knew she would be as excited about reading this together as I was. We started with No Place Like Holmes, which is book #1 of this juvenile fiction series. The stories in both books are fun, suspenseful and engaging. Griffin Sharpe with his keen observation skills and his uncle Rupert Snodgrass with his inventions make quite a detective team. As I read out loud through the books, my kids always wanted one more chapter. They liked hearing about Griffin, who was closer to their ages, but still so important in solving some serious mysteries. I liked the book series having a main character their age who learned the importance of accepting and using his gifts and talents. He was an example to his uncle who had been living in bitterness for most of his life. Griffin quietly but consistently lived his faith in Jesus.
In this book the action centers around Rupert's stolen time travel machine and the Moriartys (the bad guys we were introduced to in book 1). Hold on as they jump to the past, future, and present to save the future of London and the world. It's fun to read their descriptions of different things in the future (which is our present), like chewing gum, GPS, and cars! I had my kids try to figure out what they were talking about!
We are looking forward to reading more in this No Place Like Homes Series.
"Please, Mr. Lethcoe, write more soon!" -Abbye, my oldest
Disclosure: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneezeÂ®.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
britluver20021Arnold, CAAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Review of the book The Future DoorNovember 22, 2011britluver20021Arnold, CAAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book was a very good book. I liked the idea of time travel and having a machine that you could go either to the future, present or past and change your life for the better. The book is about a young boy and his uncle whose time machine gets stolen and they have to after the crook and get back the time machine or the future will be ruined forever. It made for a very interesting reading book and I could not put it down. I read it in 3 hours in an afternoon. Its not really a religious book but that is ok with me. You can enjoy all kinds of books and such. I would recommend this book to everyone who wants a nice book to read that will get them into the book and away from reality for a while.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255 : "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."