The Future Door

Wednesday, July 29, 2015
He felt a surge of empathy as he spotted one child, a little girl of about five or six, clutching her mother’s skirts. he couldn’t imagine what she must be feeling, seeing her parents in such distress. She happened to glance at Griffin at the same time he was looking at her.
Who will protect you now? he wondered.
But even as the thought popped into his head, he already knew the answer: it was his job now.

Book: The Future Door (No Place Like Holmes Book 2) by Jason Letcoe, Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2011

Genre: Mystery
Target Audience: Boys 10-14
Subjects: Family Relationships, Love for others
Summary: It’s not possible? Is it? Can his uncle really have invented a machine that allows for time travel? Their enemy has no doubt of the invention though! He’s stolen it and is already using it to destroy the world. As much as it pains his uncle to admit it, Snodgrass desperately needs Griffin’s help to solve this particular mystery, especially since the only other source they could rely on has already had a visit from the Moriartys. Griffin knows that it’s up to him to protect the innocent now.
Notes: The second in the series, The Future Door, continues the story right where it left off from the first book. Griffin and his uncle are traveling to find Griffin’s kidnapped parents and the Moriartys are determined to destroy them. In this book, Griffin again faces some life-threatening challenges and some great tragedies. In the midst of these difficulties he naturally turns to God in prayer, seeking help. He also takes great comfort in knowing that while time is being changed and things are messing up, Jesus never changes and will be with him, no matter what time he is in.
Spiritual Content Recommendation Scale: 4/5
Reviewer: J:-)mi

Hebrews 13:8 - Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.


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