War World is a book about the TerraGen kids and their quest to save their parents from a hostile planet. Technology is developing at an extremely fast rate and startup companies are becoming overnight billionaires. One of those companies is called TerraGen, and they developed the world's first quantum computer. Unbeknownst to everyone, TerraGen has also made a device capable of making a wormhole to different planets, traveling light-years in seconds. Unfortunately, after TerraGen sends a team of scientists on an expedition, they are unable to open the wormhole back up. The parents of all the TerraGen kids were on that expedition, and the kids want to reunite with their parents. Will the wormhole ever open again? Can the kids find their parents on a hostile and unfamiliar planet even if they can open the wormhole? Find out in this amazing book!
Rod C. Spence wrote an amazing book. It was a very enjoyable read, although some parts were a little slow. The characters were well-described, and the writing style was great. Although it was imaginative, the plot was predictable; I was usually able to guess what would happen next, but I still liked it. When this book claimed to be a sci-fi and fantasy, I was expecting the book to have more sci-fi elements in it. It was mostly fantasy; the machines and designs were not described as in-depth as the usual sci-fi book. Overall, I enjoyed reading this book, and I would love to read Book 2. I would recommend this book to ages 12 and up because there is death in it.