The Basker Twins in the 31st Century: The Mystery of the Pendant
The year is , the place is Northern California, and on the surface, thirty-first-century Earth is a virtual paradise with no war, violent crime, homelessness, poverty, or disease. But underneath the pretty facade, greed and deception still exist. Someone at the clone academy is smuggling artifacts from the twenty-first century for outrageous profit. The students are being used as cover for this reprehensible abuse of time travel for personal gain. Elsie and Everest must overcome the clones' initial distrust and dislike so that they all can band together to fight a common enemy.
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Life gets even more complicated when the Baskers and the clones find they've transplanted a twenty-first-century kid to the thirty-first century. Now the students have to stop the bad guys without irreparably altering history as they know it. Paperback , pages. Published September 10th by Virtualbookworm.
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Dar and Everest together are the cutest!
Aug 19, Sara rated it really liked it Recommends it for: May 07, Najma rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Kristi Wright came to my class and helped us write a really fun story about my teacher's a man homemade white chocolate brownies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Apr 11, Kirthi rated it really liked it. Mic rated it it was amazing Jun 25, Lawrence rated it really liked it Jun 11, With the help of the clones and a wayward boy with street smarts who was propelled into this century, the twins and friends go back into the 21st century through time travel and readers will enjoy the clever ways they hide from the police and the men trying to capture them.
This book is about 12 year olds but older teenagers and adults will also enjoy it. I was pleased to read that the clone Zar did not return a pendant leaving it open for the next book in the series which many will be looking forward to after reading this one. This book, like the first, is great for teachers to read to the students and will provide a spring-board for student creative writing and discussion such as comparing travel, homes, environment, language,etc.
Every school library should be carrying this book. Read about the Basker twins!
The Basker Twins in the 31st Century - The Mystery of the Pendant
Flasers, the Basker Twins books are zetta zellar! I just finished reading them both -- finished The Clone Academy and in the same sitting picked up The Mystery of the Pendant!
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And now I just wish there were another one to pick up! These books are fun reads for teens and adults alike. The science fiction is interesting, sometimes funny, as well as thought provoking, and the suspenseful stories unfold quickly and easily and keep one on the edge of one's seat. The reader quickly comes to care about the Basker twins, Elsie and Everest, as well as the rest of the wonderful support characters that make up the "gang" fighting theft, greed and power grabs among the centuries and civilizations.
Kristi Wright's second novel in the Basker Twins in the 31st Century series is a hit with me! The Mystery of the Pendant is replete with believably juxtaposed teen rivalry and camaraderie and packed with riveting conflict, from martial arts contests to pitched battles between physically enhanced villains and young superheroes. Kristi's colorful science fiction vocabulary for gadgets, materials, phenomena and places is glossed in humorous descriptions like that for her Clone Academy's clegls or referees, "short, black and white striped humanoids who have eyes in the back of their heads.
I recommend Kristi's books to teens as a good read and to other writers as a great example of craftsmanship. Even better than the previous book. My Grandson is now old enough to read by himself and he devoured both books over the weekend when he visited even though I had read them to him before. He and I can't wait for another adventure of the Basker Twins. It is a wild adventure with all sorts of fantastical new inventions for the 31st century. Give us more, Ms.
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