My son loves reading! He has read the whole series of Harry Potter and since he finished the series he has been trying to find a new book to read. When I was asked to review the Tukor’s Journey I thought it would be perfect for him! This post is a sponsored post, but all opinions, stories, and my experience are all personal and true (like always)!
About The Tukor’s Journey :
Siblings Mitch, Tony, and Jovi discover that mysterious creatures called Grezniks are close to achieving their mission: blowing up Earth and shattering Life to bits. Over the centuries, Grezniks have nearly succeeded many times. But each time, their efforts have been foiled by Tukors and their allies. Now, Grezniks are closer than ever before, and no one knows if any Tukors are left in the world to stop them.
The Tukor’s Journey is an epic action adventure. Chock-full of faraway lands. Volcanoes. Mountains. Tundra. Tropical forests. Raging rivers. Steamy geysers. Farms. Big cities. Tractors flying at the speed of sound. Blue stones that defy the laws of physics. And lots of real life creatures. And Grezniks. Vicious. Deadly. Unfathomable strength and speed. Seeping through the world unseen–slippery, crawly, swift. Soon they’ll be ready to blow up Earth into tiny pieces. Three kids are unexpectedly invited to help defeat the Grezniks, but will they have the courage to join the battle?
About the Author
Jeannine Kellogg loves a grand adventure and a great story. She has traveled to fifteen countries and her adventures include hiking in New Zealand, sea-kayaking above the Arctic Circle, and wading through rice fields in Thailand. Yet she is certain that great inspiration is found not in distant adventures, but in the often-overlooked details of everyday life. Jeannine’s career has spanned a variety of industries and roles, but has mostly involved analyzing lots of numbers and telling stories in numbers. Her first novel, The Tukor’s Journey, began in a wind storm as Jeannine and her nephews dove deep into sheltered waters seeking sparkling blue stones only visible when sunlight broke through the clouds. Jeannine built a story around that diving expedition, and it grew into The Tukor’s Journey adventure series. Jeannine enjoys nothing more than encouraging kids to seize life’s wonderful adventures and take the lead in their own powerful journey.
My son finished this book in a week! Once he started it he couldn’t put it down. It takes you to real places all around the world and introduces you to different animals all while going on a journey with three kids! The author took time to really develop each character with full emotional ranges, and then force them to face different challenges that really made them think outside of the box. The thing I loved most is that this book encourages them to use their imagination and gets them off the electronics for a little while.