Series: The Hunter Chronicles #1
Published by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers on September 6, 2011
Genres: Fantasy, Middle Grade & Childrens
*This book was provided by the Publisher for review. No compensation was provided and all opinions are strictly my own.
Eleven years ago, Phineas T. Pimiscule rescued his nephew Sky Weathers in the town of Exile. Since then, Sky studied traps, puzzles, science, and the secret lore of the Hunters of Legend, believing it all a game, while his parent and uncle sacrificed to hide him. On the eve of Sky's twelfth birthday and his family's return to Exile, Phineas disappears.
To find him, Sky joins ragtag teen monster hunters whose weapons are made out of garbage and know even less than he does. If Sky can't solve the riddles his uncle left for him within two days, Exile will burn. Who is Sky and why does everyone want to kill him?
In the end, I would definitely recommend this book to readers that enjoyed the Harry Potter series. I really like the main character Sky a lot as well as his supporting cast and think he was a well rounded out character. He had a good balance of redeeming qualities and flaws which made him very endearing. I definitely plan to read the next one in this series!
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