By: Andrew Varga
I have read a lot of young adult novels, especially fantasy in the last few years, but this is the first one that is really geared towards young men. It is probably most geared toward preteen, early teen boys. So it was a little gory and a little battle focused, but it was a fun read. This is the first in the Jump In Time series. It features Dan who is still recovering from the death of his father when he suddenly finds himself in England in 1066. He must figure out why is there and how he can get home. It has some interesting historical information in it and if I had a 13-16 year old boy in my life I would definitely recommend this one. I don’t think it will appeal to an audience bigger than that. I received a free Galley of this book from NetGalley in exchange for this review. Click here to buy from Amazon.