Trapped in a world where magic is powerful and dreams are real, Coles epic adventure comes to a close in book five of the New York Times bestselling fanciful, action-packed adventure series (Publishers Weekly, starred review), from the author of the Fablehaven and Beyonders series. Cole and his friends are pushed to the limit in this finale to the bestselling Five Kingdoms series. Will they finally be able to restore magic to the world of the Outskirts and find their way back home?...
|Title||:||Time Jumpers (Five Kingdoms #5)|
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Time Jumpers (Five Kingdoms #5) Reviews
Why do all the books I want to read come out in late 2017?
WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO READ IN THE MEANTIME?!?
*runs into brothers room and takes books*
It was definitely better than Death Weavers, but still wasn't Mull's best book. The climax was not nearly as dramatic as it should've been, too many excuses made for Cole to be the one to do ANYTHING important, it felt too rushed, and finally, the ending left me just... "WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO ME BRANDON MULL!!" I still loved the book though, it made everything seem hopeless and then good triumphed, it's just not Mull's best.
Great book, took me 8 months to get it, but it was so worth it. lot of suspense, and unexpected surprises
Another ingenious, entertaining world by Brandon Mull. There are many interesting details and layers to each of the five different kingdoms, with different, and limiting, power between the kingdoms which made for an interesting world. My favorite kingdom was Necronum in Death Weavers, but I also liked the sky castles and sky raiders in Sambria.
As much as I enjoyed the setting of the Outskirts world, and the particulars and challenges found in each kingdom, I was not a fan of the Five Kingdoms s ...more
Five Kingdoms Time Jumpers, by Brandon Mull, is an exceptional book that ended the phenomenal series of Five Kingdoms. This book is about Cole and the rest of the gang trying to prevent a torivor from escaping a prison that Cole had put him in the last book. It is a race to save the Five Kingdoms. They try to recruit as many wayminders as possible to help defeat the torivor named Rammaro once he escapes. Cole also is told a rumor of how to get home to earth for good. They also find Mira’s last s ...more
i really liked this book and the plot. i felt as if this book moved at an extremely fast pace and how Cole could energize Violet, a Wayminder, (a Wayminder can open wayports to other places and if you go through the wayport, you end up at that place) so that she could open many wayports after a short period of time with no rest. it kinda felt like this was used as a crutch to let them go to different places really quickly because they had to do it a lot, but
like i said right before lmaothey di ...more
Don’t mind me, I’m just over here crying over the end of the series. 😎
Five kingdoms book 5, Time Jumpers, by Brandon Mull is about a boy named Cole and his friends, alive and dead, trying to help him save the Outskirts, the world Cole is trapped in. It begins with Cole, Destiny, and Honor trapped in the back of a wagon after coming back from the echo lands. Cole needs to find his way home after he defeats Romaro who has the power to destroy the Outskirts and Earth. When Romaro is about to escape from his prison, cole travels into the futer t ...more