Kid’s Book Review: Interdimensional Explorers

Kid’s Book Review: Interdimensional Explorers

About the Book and Author

Nothing exciting ever happens on twelve-year-old Danny’s estate. That is until he falls through a locker in his grandad’s workshop and finds himself in an Interdimensional Lost Property Office! And – even weirder – his new boss is a giant purple squid on a segway!

Now Danny, best mate Modge and annoying cousin Inaaya find themselves in charge of returning alien items to all corners of the universe. But someone – or something – is determined to stop them. And there’s NOTHING these evil aliens won’t stop at to achieve complete multi-dimensional domination . . . even trapping Danny and his friends on a planet a million light years away from Earth.

Lorraine Gregory writes fantasy stories so she can make up almost anything I want which is great fun and my characters always seem to be heading off on adventures and fighting monsters and terrible evil villains.

Jo Lindley is a Cardiff-based children’s book illustrator and author, working on picture books and middle-grade fiction. Jo discovered illustration as a tonic to the stress of her architecture job

 

Book Review

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes thriller or adventure books or stories about things like the multiverse

Interdimensional Explorers is a book about the exploration of different dimensions. The protagonist (Danny) finds a role as an apprentice navigating his way around the main dimension called Labrionor 3 with a sleep over here with the queen that goes horribly wrong.

The character I took a liking to was called Inaaya for her smart and mature nature. I also like “the whiffling snuffer” for his mysterious persona. The other characters made some mischievous and reckless choices hence why I didn’t pick them however that’s just me. This book was written well I felt like I was there wondering what would happen next.

Once I started reading, I couldn’t stop as I was eager to find out what next. This book comes in a series however reading the book before is optional as I still really enjoyed it after not reading the previous book.

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes thriller or adventure books or stories about things like the multiverse and anybody who is around the ages of 9-13 years.

 

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Reviewer Profile

Tobi
  • Name: Tobi
  • Age: 12 years
  • Likes: Swimming, high jumps and video games
  • Dislikes: Spiteful people and housework!
  • Favourite Book: Danger Gang by Tom Fletcher