Some kids love adventure, and dream of being a hero. Ten-year-old Kyle Evans is not one of those kids, but when a giant hole appears in his bedroom and swallows his mom, a hero is what Kyle must become. Kyle sets out on the journey of a lifetime, and discovers along the way that Battle Droids are scarier than Search Droids, Kranken are more terrifying than either of these, and you should never stand still near a Burgly Bug. But more important than any of this, Kyle learns that sometimes a cat is not just a cat. Kyle Evans and The Key to The Universe is the first book in an exciting adventure trilogy that takes a boy, his cat and his friend Sofia across the universe, gradually revealing their amazing destiny.
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When he isn't writing, Rob travels across the US talking with kids, teens and adults about their media habits. Rob lives with his wife, three children and one goldfish in Connecticut.
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite Kyle Evans and the Key to the Universe: Book One by Rob H. Hunt is an exciting adventure story for readers where they get to see Kyle’s transformation into a hero one morning. Ten-year-old Kyle lives with his mother and when he sees a giant hole in his room, he realizes that his mother has gone missing. The giant hole floating in the middle of his room pulls him and his cat Bootles in too, and they both go spinning into the darkness at an unimaginable speed. He knows they are in trouble when he hears a metallic voice saying: “Two life forms were detected. Locate and eliminate.” His life suddenly changes and becomes interesting; there are robots, his cat becomes a talking alien cat, and there are many other alien creatures. The action gets fully activated once they meet Sofia. Will Kyle be able to get out the place with his cat and also find his mom? The story is full of twists, turns, and surprises and will keep readers glued till the very last page, curious to know what is going to happen. All the characters are well sketched and readers will love them. The book is a fun ride and readers will definitely enjoy the experience along with Kyle, Sofia, and Bootles. The story is intriguing, adventurous, challenging, fast paced, and fun, and makes a good bedtime storybook. It is also a good book for read aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries as it makes children be more imaginative in their thinking. The open ending will make kids look forward to the next volume.