The Expeditioners and the Secret of King Tritons Lair The

The Expeditioners and the Secret of King Tritons Lair The Expeditioners #2 Oh good heavens I thought I would never make it to the end with Kit acting all like Harry Potter book #5 view spoilerYes no one understands him; the girl he likes likes his big brother instead; everyone has their own thing; and it's tough to be on your own with a secret destiny hide spoiler a good fllow up to the first My son enjoyed the adventures Characters are developing in a real way The second adventure for these three siblings and their friend This time they have to venture to the bottom of the sea to find King Triton' Lair to discover the next map their father left for KitSuspense adventure hint of romance sibling rivalry nasty enemies Includes something for most middle grade readers Just as good as book 1 So excited to read book 3 TURTLESSSSSS UsersMadelineDesktopRandomnessGifs and gifs and gifsStar Turtlesgifokay Sorry Ignore me and my inherent weirdness ; Kit Zander and M K West are settling into their new lives as students at the Academy for the Exploratory Sciences when Kit finds another mysterious map left for him by their father the brilliant famous — and presumed dead — explorer Alexander West Why did Alexander leave the maps behind and why are government agents so determined to seize them What is really going on in a mysterious and unknown stretch of the Caribbean famous for its violent storms and shipwrecks And what is the huge contraption M K is building in her workshop As two world powers come to the brink of war Kit must find a deadly hidden island and unlock its secrets hoping he has the courage to follow the trail of maps wherever it may lead what a great book I loved the plot and how much character transferred from the first book to the second Loved It I’ve read this book about 4 or 5 times and every time it’s still a page turner and it leaves me wanting I would recommend this book to anyone seeking to read a page turning adventure Hugh 13 It was good This book was good although there was a bit of romance Synopsis After their escapades in Drowned Man’s Canyon in the first book Kit Zander MK West and Sukey are back in another adventure When Kit’s supposedly dead father gives him clues that lead to an island in the North Carribean Kit finds the perfect excuse to go there – via an expedition reuest After the Drowned Man’s Canyon fiasco the Wests joined the Academy for the Exploratory Sciences a school for expeditioners The Academy has a yearly program that allows the students to make a reuest to go on an expedition of their choice But when their rival at the Academy Lazlo Nackley steals their idea he is one of the ones to get chosen and becomes head of the operation It all starts to go downhill when Lazlo’s evil controlling father comes along as a chaperone the nice teacher that is supervising them can’t come because he is seasick and wouldn’t have been able to help The Wests and Sukey know that they have a hard journey coming on but there is much they aren’t expectingWhat I liked This was a marvelous seuel to the first book It has all of the steampunk y futuristic ness that I came to love in the first book It explains some about how the world got into its “current” state with all of the dystopian ness of it The new adventure that the West’s go through was cool and exciting and they really make use of their surrounding events perfectly I think that they go to the Bermuda Triangle although it is called something different in this world frame and visit a mysterious island in it The setting is a fascinating place and plays an important part in the series The characters get stuck on a deserted island full of unknown animals and the island isn’t charted as existing Like the first book the book jacket is reversible and has a blueprint y feel to them as it shows a machine from the book This is a great adventure story that a lot of kids will like I really like this series and I can’t wait for the next one to come outNOTE I got a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

About the Author: S.S. Taylor

S S Taylor has been fascinated by maps ever since the age of 10 when she discovered an error on a map of her neighborhood and wondered if it was really a mistake She has a strong interest in books of all kinds expeditions old libraries mysterious situations long hidden secrets missing explorers and traveling to known and unknown places

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