The Worlds Traveler

The Worlds Traveler

by M.L. Roble


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The Worlds Traveler by M.L. Roble

From award-winning author M.L. Roble comes a story about a boy, his map, and an adventure. Life on the run from madman Martin Reimer gets in the way of everything. For fourteen-year-old Phillip, it has meant having to stay hidden, unable to use his gift of moving through maps to search for his missing father. But the arrival of a stranger named Delroy brings unexpected opportunity, for Delroy is a man with the ability to travel worlds hidden within our own and he was sent by Phillip's father. Now Phillip will do everything he can to find his dad, even if it means tricking Delroy into helping him or a quest through those hidden worlds. Even if leaving home means Martin can now find him. Follow in the adventures of Phillip Stone and Natalie Bristol in this sequel to the award-winning book The Magician's Doll!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780988421349
Publisher: M.L. Roble
Publication date: 12/01/2015
Series: Hidden Gifted , #2
Pages: 262
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

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The Worlds Traveler 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Literary_Classics_Reviews More than 1 year ago
The Worlds Traveler is a continuation of the adventures of Phillip Stone and Natalie Bristol, teenagers who possess some pretty amazing talents. Phillip can travel by simply picturing or naming a location while Natalie can disappear at will and take others along with her. In this, book two of the series, the teens must hide from an evil foe who wishes to take their powers (as well as those of all the other gifted individuals). In trying to find Phillip’s missing father the teenagers discover marvelous places in new and fascinating worlds. The reader’s enjoyment of the story will be enhanced by having read The Magician’s Doll, but this book can also be read as a stand-alone. Each adventure encountered by the teens is all-together enchanting.The worlds they visit are cleverly uncommon and their experiences are mind expanding; Gazing at clouds will never be the same. Teens will devour this book and are sure to love every exciting moment as Phillip and Natalie face up to the challenges which arise. With characters which are well developed and entirely unique, this book will delight and engage young readers. We loved this book as well as the author's style and we look forward to reading more of her work.
eternalised More than 1 year ago
I didn’t know the book was a sequel, until I started reading. I didn’t really need the first book to grasp what was going on though. I enjoyed the story, but there was a lack of consistency, and the author used telling instead of showing. The pacing went from slow to fast in milliseconds too. So while it’s enjoyable, the writing could use some work, and the story wasn’t alwways consistent either. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
Isaac_Baffle More than 1 year ago
Roble creates a fantastic take in "The Worlds Traveler". The characters are well developed, allowing you to connect easily with each of them. All three characters support each other, advancing further in solving their problems together than they could together. Other inter-character relationships can also be clearly seen, each helping to develope the story. The plot line is interesting, but completely reliant on its predecessor. As the group travels, trying to find the lost world, the author creates these fantastic worlds showing his creativity. Waiting to see where they would travel next keeps the reader hooked, not wanting to walk away. ​ Overall, M.L. Roble does a great job in creating such a fantastic story that incites the imagination of any reader. ~ Baffle ~