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ISBN:1455887013
Author: Joshua Swanson,Pete Hautman
ISBN13: 978-1455887019
Title: The Obsidian Blade (Playaway Children)
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Language: English
Category: Science Fiction and Fantasy
Publisher: Findaway World (April 10, 2012)

The Obsidian Blade (Playaway Children) by Joshua Swanson,Pete Hautman



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Reviews: 7
The Apotheoses of Lacspor
I thought there were interesting ideas here. An odd thing happened, though, as I read. I didn't look forward to picking it up again, but once I would start reading, I didn't have trouble being interested; on the other hand, when I needed to go do something else I did so with no regret whatsoever. I don't know how to explain that. When a book pulls me into it, I usually have that little twinge of regret that I have to close my book. It is this remote feeling that makes me think that I probably will not continue reading the series. On the other hand, I am curious about how how this series will continue.

Finally, I want to respond to an earlier reviewer who claimed this book was "in your face" Christian proselytizing. I don't see how anyone could say that. If anything, this book would call that faith into question.
Scoreboard Bleeding
This book is... uh... well, it's hard to follow. The pacing is bad, which means it's hard to stay engaged, and a lot of really strange stuff happens for what seems like, at first, completely random reasons. And as the story goes on, it gets exponentially more complicated. If i'd kept count, the number of times i nearly tossed the book aside was probably the same as the number of times i nearly dashed off to order the next two books because i just KNEW i was going to get the hang of it sooner or later, and then it would be awesome.

So uh... yeah. This book isn't very good. The story is good, but it's presented badly. Lots of delectable bits are hidden under vast blobs of incoherence. But, oh, those delectable bits... i barely finished this book, but it took a fair degree of self control to only order book 2, rather than buying book 3 now as well.
Kazijora
I bought this used as I had an opportunity to get book #2 and wanted to read #1 first. I was completely swept away by the story, the author's style and the pacing. I thought it was clever, creative and fun. It reminded me slightly of Adam's Hitchhiker series in that often the course of action made no logical sense. There is a ton of suspension of disbelief here but the journey, for me, was worth it.

Hautman really works hard to pull the reader into the story and it makes it great. I love the bits of WI/MN color that flow throughout the story. I can barely wait to get home to "The Cydonian Pyramid".

Tons of fun, off kilter, fast paced ride. Enjoy!
Dianazius
Overall, I liked this book quite a bit. One day young Tucker Feye notices a shimmering disk hovering over the roof of his home. It turns out the disk is just one of a number of such anomalies in his hometown of Hopewell, Minnesota. The disks are portals to another time and place, and can even transport one to major events in earth history. Tucker has to use the disks to try and save his family and the only life he has ever known. This first volume in a sci-fi trilogy, the story is a riveting one. Personally, the only negative comment I can make is the overarching religious theme which really didn't appeal to me.
Akisame
As most time and space type travel stories go - most are confusing and a little hard to follow and this one is no different. That being said - the overall story line and characters were quite good. I liked the main character especially. Lots of action and drama.
Zargelynd
Tucker has seen some weird stuff in his day, but his dad disappearing off the roof without dying takes the cake. Dad and Tucker grow in the meaning of the 'bubble' on the roof. Tucker only wants things to go back to normal, and his dad wants to... Well, you got to read it to believe it. A great read for young and not so young adults.
Dream
I liked this book but I read #2 in the series first. #2 opens with a sacrifice scene which intrigues me. Like other reviews, I had trouble getting in Obsidian Blade which I found confusing but upon re-reading it after reading #2, it made a lot more sense. Lots of ideas floating around as well as revisiting history.
Will continue to try to read this book, but it keeps getting farther and farther away. May be time will help.