What I Loved:
I love a good time travel book and that is exactly what I got with Hannah Goodheart and the Guardian of Time! I enjoyed how they traveled through time and how the time travel worked. It was all lovely!
How I Felt:
The characters were well-developed and had great growth throughout the story. Hannah is a great lead that is easy to connect to, and her friends are the perfect support system for her. The thief was a great character for them to chase, giving the story a feeling of constantly moving forward. I never felt stuck in one place during the story.
The story was filled with fantastic adventure and action. At times, I did feel a little confused about where the characters were in the action scenes. I would have liked a little more description in those areas so that I had a better sense of the entire situation. Outside of that though, the story flowed wonderfully. The writing created the entire world so well and I was completely drawn in and really enjoyed it!
Overall, this was a well-written book that drew out strong emotions from me. Hannah Goodheart and the Guardian of Time
To Read or Not To Read:
I would recommend Hannah Goodheart and the Guardian of Time for middle-grade readers that are interested in a plot, as this one has a strong plot that needs to be followed to fully enjoy the story! While this is a young reader’s book, this is the type of book that adults will enjoy as well!
Where to Find This Book:
Hannah Goodheart and the Guardian of Time by C. Michael Morrison is available at these sites.
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Turning thirteen can be difficult – especially when a time-traveling thief steals your necklace, and a brewing temporal conflict turns your birthday party into a mission to save the universe.
As Hannah and her friends chase the thief across time and space, they learn her necklace is more than a pretty piece of jewelry. Only one person can control the powerful pendant, and they must find them before the entire universe is wiped from history.
Myth and magic collide as they race to find The Guardian of Time.
Just the Facts:
- Hannah Goodheart and the Guardian of Time by C. Michael Morrison
- Genre: Middle Grade Fiction
- Page Count: 320 pages
- Publisher: Fawkes Press, LLC
- Pub Date: October 1, 2019
Check out this video excerpt of Hannah Goodheart and the Guardian of Time!
Author of Hannah Goodheart and the Guardian of Time, C. Michael Morrison is a man of many talents. His passion for story telling began as a boy growing up in a small river valley town in West Virginia, where Mike cultivated an affection for science fiction. It’s no surprise that these days, he can be found on the Trek.fm podcast network, where Mike is co-host of Meta Treks: A Star Trek and Philosophy podcast, as well as an occasional contributor to other shows on the network.
In addition to being a devout PEZ collector, Mike is Lead Pastor of Collin Creek Church in Plano, TX.
Mike lives in the Dallas area with his wife, Dorinda, daughter, Hannah, and their standard poodle, Princess.
I was provided an advanced reader’s copy of this book for free. I am leaving my review voluntarily.
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