As the series continues, Jenny and Jayden Carter, along with dog Portal travel to parallel worlds. Only this time the evil and suspense are greater and a lot closer to home. Who knows what worlds are sitting next to our own and what adventures would we find if we could find he portal to take us there?
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A clean and delightful read for a preteen or tween! In this second installment of the Parallel Adventures series, readers will learn more about the evil that is corrupting some of the other worlds. We also learn more about the twins' enigmatic mentor, Travlar, and discover that there are even more parallel worlds beyond what the twins can access in the caves near their home. Winn reveals enough information about what happened in the previous book to prevent readers who are new to the series from being confused, so this installment can be read on its own. However, she also manages to keep the adventure moving forward at a decent pace so that readers who read the first book do not lose interest. There is a bit more action in this book as the twins face the evil that is corrupting some of the parallel worlds; however, it is not graphic. Grimm's fairy tales, including the Disney versions, and The Bible have more graphic violence than this book does. It is still a very clean read and age-appropriate for tweens and preteens. There is a science fiction aspect to this series. It is not complex, which makes the book more of a delightful adventure novel than a science fiction novel. I was happy with the ending, but I think that it left some room for additional books in the series without leaving the reader dissatisfied. My only critique is that I think there should be more books in the series because it is difficult to find clean, interesting, and age-appropriate books for preteens and tweens. Parallel Adventures: Secrets Revealed by P.S. Winn is another fantastic book to add to the family library as it is a clean adventure with lovable and realistic characters.
This is the second book in this series and tells the twins, who have found they can travel to Parallel Worlds a bit more about not only themselves, but about Travlar who is like a mentor to the two. This is a great book for kids, young adults and adults and steps into the supernatural in a fun way that parents and their children can love.The author did a great job with a book for all to enjoy.