The Journal of Curious Letters: The 13th Reality by James Dashner

13th Reality

┬áThis book was fun! I don’t really understand how Quantum Physics works, but the author seems to do a good job of explaining it and integrating a challenging scientific topic into the basis of the story. This book introduces the main character, “Tick” Atticus Higginbottom, and his journey to become a “Realitant” who travels to different realities. I was pleasantly surprised by Tick’s close relationship with his father. In other children’s novels I am often frustrated when the main characters do not communicate with the adults. In The Journal of Curious Letters, Tick actually confides in his dad, and dad listens and supports him. It’s a bit sweet and nice, but it is a book written for children and it has a positive message about making good choices and communicating with your parents. The ending is satisfying yet leaves many adventures waiting for future books.

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