Book Review | Kyle and the Key to the Universe by Rob Hunt

Kyle and the Key to the Universe by Rob Hunt

Series | Kyle Evans

Genre| Middle Grade, Sci-Fi, Adventure

Publisher| Rob H Hunt

Publication| 2 March, 2016

My Format | Paperback

Rating | 5-stars

Some kids love adventure, and dream of being a hero. Ten-year-old Kyle Evans is not one of those kids, but when a giant hole appears in his bedroom and swallows his mom, a hero is what Kyle must become. Kyle sets out on the journey of a lifetime and discovers along the way that Battle Droids are scarier than Search Droids, Kranken are more terrifying than eith of these, and you should never stand still near a Burgly Bug. But more important than any of this, Kyle learns that sometimes a cat is not just a cat. Kyle Evans and the Key to the Universe is the first book in an exciting adventure trilogy that takes a boy, his cat and his friend Sofia across the universe, gradually revealing their amazing destiny.

I would like to thank that author, Rob H Hunt, for sending me a copy of his novel in exchange for an honest review.

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The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

I am still in love with this book, and no negative opinion can change my mind from it! It’s such a wonderfully crafted novel by Morgenstern and I cannot stop thinking about it, even after a couple of months has passed.

It is one of those books that you cannot just easily forget about.

It was written in a way that you seem to be a part of the circus, another expectator watching all these wondeful individuals do their acts. The sounds and the smell and the scenes are so vivid.

I also loved how the romance in the story didn’t play centre stage to the novel – I found myself being immersed with the magical abilities of these magicians – how it was truly about the circus and not just about individuals. About the happiness it brought to people.