ATLAS AND THE MULTIVERSE IS AN AWARD-WINNING, FAST-PACED, SCIENCE-FICTION ADVENTURE SERIES THAT IMMERSES READERS IN AN EXPANSIVE MULTIVERSE OF INFINITE POSSIBILITIES: FOR YOUNG ADULT READERS AND BOOK LOVERS ALIKE.
On Atlas’s first day of middle school in Boise, Idaho, a mysterious voice lures him and then appears to him, leaving him with a single clue: Find Dr. Faraday! With the help of his foster siblings Lilou and Nico, Atlas goes on a quest into the Multiverse to discover the truth about his father’s whereabouts. Their adventure takes them to countless new realms, where they encounter various characters — some friends and some foes — and through courage, overcome a series of challenges as they race to uncover the mysteries of family, friendship, and loyalty.
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This was a fantastic futuristic romp through the multiverse. I love books about kids using their wits, smarts, and whatever else they have available to solve problems, rescue themselves, and otherwise be awesome. Even better when you’ve got a cast full of excellent representation.
I’ve always been fascinated by particle physics, time travel, multiverses, and the like, despite having absolutely no idea how any of the science works. I appreciate books that explore these concepts in a way that doesn’t make me feel like I’m drowning but also in a way that catches my interest. This book hit that nice spot in the middle where I felt like I was watching cool science happen without feeling like I had to understand exactly how it works to enjoy my reading experience. I also loved the many versions of Earth and how one little event could make the difference between our planet, a planet with highly advanced technology, and a planet where humans never evolved.
The ending brought everything together and inspired many warm fuzzy feelings. I’d love to see more from these characters or more from this world. I definitely recommend this, especially to people with reluctant young readers. There’s a bit of everything in here (action, relationships, family, friendship, puzzles) for kids to get into. 4 stars.
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