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The Brewster Boys & the Eve of Infamy (Volume 1)
by Stephen Dittmer
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Historical Fiction
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 13
Reviewer's Location - Leesburg, VA, United States
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This book is about three friends who find themselves in the middle of an adventure.  One of them discovers a little device that they think somebody else is looking for.  When that somebody learns they have found it, she and her thugs chase them all the way back to the eve of the Pearl Harbor attack.  They must learn where and when they are, as well as dodge police, kidnappings, threats, and the attack.  Can they make it back before the bombs start flying?  Or are they stuck in Pearl Harbor becoming a target for the Japanese attackers?

Opinion: 

I like this book because of the excitement.  After I picked up the book, I didn’t want to put it down.  The characters appeared to be real, lifelike people in a not-so-real scene.  The author did a great job making the unreal scene appear believable right before the reader’s eyes.  I like how they have problems that seem somewhat impossible to solve that they make through anyway.  I recommend it for anyone 12+.

Rating:
5
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This book was written for people 12+.
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