The Phoenix Files: Arrival review by Dsun_
Arrival (Phoenix Files)
by Chris Morphew
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure

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Age at time of review - 13
Reviewer's Location - Plano, Texas, United States
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In the Phoenix Files: Arrival by Chris Morphew, Luke is just a normal teenager. His mother and father are unfortunately split up, but he stays with his mother most of the time. Then suddenly one day, his mother gets offered this incredibly well paying job at a new town called Phoenix. Luke arrives at Phoenix and realizes that there is no Internet or cell service and the town claims that they will fix it “soon”. Little did Luke know that in a few days, saving the world would be shoved into his face.

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I enjoyed this book extremely well. In fact, I did not have to force myself to read this book. It was interesting to see the decisions that Luke would make and how it would affect their lives. The constant cliffhangers kept me reading chapter after chapter. I would recommend this to anyone and I can’t wait to finish the series!

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5
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