“Invictus” by Ryan Graudin— Book Review

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The story is about a group of time travelers who take things from the past that no one would notice missing. However, times of the past start disappearing—literally—and they soon have to save the world even if it costs them great sacrifice…

I enjoyed this book. I loved how it so much humor! The characters were pretty great. I liked how their was time travel, which gave this story a mixture of sci-fi and history. Sometimes all the science stuff stretched my brain to where it kind of hurt, haha, but the comedy helped keep it from being overwhelming. The funny parts also helped with the sad parts. Because, yes, parts of this book were mood downers. However, there is more smile inducing moments than frown weighing moments. Also, there’s an adorable red panda. ❀

I think the only negatives was that this book does have some world views that I as a Christian do not agree with, but I just thought “meh” kind of thoughts and proceeded to read without letting them bother me….Oh, and some cursing. Did not like that, but this book had a lot less cursing than some YA books.Β  Still, better if there were none.

If you are looking for an interesting time travel book that is sure to give you a smile and stretch your in-need-of-more-excercise brain, you just might want to try this book. I give it a rating of four.

Book Review Ratings:

5. Great Book!

4. I Β liked it!

3. Okay.

2. Did not like it.

1. Did not finish.

*Thanks to the publisher through Netgalley for a free -ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review.

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