City of Time review by JSouk_LBMS
City of Time (The Navigator Trilogy)
by Eoin McNamee
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure
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Age at time of review - 7
Reviewer's Location - Lake Bluff, IL, United States
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City of Time was an adventure where Owen, the navigator, goes to The City of Time because there is no time left. Owen and Cati start seeing things that are paranormal, like skeletons of killer whales trying to eat fish, and a message from Cati's father who got lost in time (first book). They talked to Dr. Diamond, and he said they had to go and get some time to save the planet. I thought the plot was interesting because Owen has to get some time from another world to his world. The author makes the story able to be easily visualized.


I feel that it is a extremely powerful book because it was so vivid in information that I couldn't put it down. I would recommend it to anyone who likes an action/adventure story. There were a few parts toward the end that I didn't like. Otherwise I thought that the rest of the book was phenomenal and vivid with action. I think that the vocabulary was perfect because it fit in with the age group (12-14).

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