The Gate Of Days (The Book of Time #2)

The Gate Of Days (The Book of Time #2)

by Guillaume Prevost
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The Gate Of Days (The Book of Time #2) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The second book is fast and funny. Sam is taken away this time with his cousin. Traveling gets harder and the stakes get higher literally, They have to battle cruel rulers, murderious clans, and most of all-TIME itself.
TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
In the first book of this series, Sam Faulkner went looking for his missing father and discovered a magic statue that transported him through time. During his time travels, Sam discovers his father is being held captive in Dracula's castle in 1462 and is determined to rescue him. In order for Sam to save his father, he has to obtain seven coins from the past. With the help of his cousin, Lily, Sam hurtles through time searching for the coins. Unfortunately, someone else is time traveling, as well, and trying to close the Gate of Days before Sam and Lily can make it home. This second book in THE BOOK OF TIME trilogy is fast-paced and exciting. Sam travels to prehistoric times, meets his six-year-old grandfather, escapes from gangsters, and learns about a bracelet that plays an important role in the ability to time travel. I've enjoyed traveling with Sam and am very much looking forward to finding out more about the bracelet and Sam's further adventures in THE CIRCLE OF GOLD, book three of the trilogy.
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Jboser More than 1 year ago
I think that The Gte of Days is a great book because a boy named sam and sam`s dad went missing so sam finds a thing that allows him to travel back in time so he goes back in time to find his dad and sam and cousin work togther.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I got The Book of Time for my 8yr old and read it first. I felt some of the vocab would be difficult for him, lots of names and places, but I enjoyed the book myself very much. However, I didn't realize at the time that it was the begining of a series. So when I finished The Book of Time, I HAD to go get The Gate of Days so I would know what happened. I should have realized that a two book series was unlikely... Now I have to wait for the last? book to come out. I'm not a great critic but I enjoyed the books and will read them to my son. Some of the writting wasn't the best, but I always feel something is lost when stories are translated such as this one.
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