The Obsidian Blade review by nowhereman
The Obsidian Blade (Klaatu Diskos)
by Pete Hautman
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - Uxbridge, Mass., United States
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Tucker’s life was pretty average.  His father was a preacher that owned a church and his mother played the organ at the church. He had no other family except an uncle that he didn’t know that well. His best friends expect a normal summer of just hanging out. That is until one day, when fixing the roof, his dad falls through a portal and returns with a strange girl. Tuck then is pushed onto a time traveling adventure that sends him to the future and back.


I thought that this book was a very good action-packed read that left me wondering what was going to happen next. The characters, I found, were very enjoyable to read about because they were well developed and interesting. There are also a lot of connections of things as you get further along that made you second guess your prediction of the end. It has enough plot twists and action in that will keep you reading far into the night!  

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