Trapped (The Prometheus Project Series #1)

Trapped (The Prometheus Project Series #1)

by Douglas E. Richards
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Trapped (The Prometheus Project Series #1) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really great book. One of my favorite, this and the other two.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm a 5th grade teacher and my kids wouldn't let me stop reading this.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My son and I read all three in the series and loved every page. This is now his favorite all time series. For adults, the first one is the shortest and least sophisticated (although the plots are all great and have twists even adults won't see coming), and then they get longer and more sophisticated from there. Fast paced, gripping, g-rated fun.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was such an amazing book. Douglas e. Richiards did such a great job. Cant wait to read the next book in this series.
Author_DB_Pacini More than 1 year ago
Awesome Gift, January 23, 2010 I frequently receive books as gifts. This one was mailed to me (wrapped in Christmas paper) with "Please read, from Julie" scribbled on a post-it note. I know twelve Julie girls and women, none of them sent the book to me. I've just finished reading "The Prometheus Project: Trapped" and it will be put on my list of recommended reading. It is a fantastic story, well written, and it will enthrall a young person's imagination.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After six weeks in Brewster, Pennsylvania, Ryan and Regan Resnick are looking for anything at all to help relieve their boredom. So, when they discover their scientist parents are working in a top-secret facility where something seems suspicious, they want to find out what¿s going on. Getting in requires some logic and skill, but they soon find that getting out might pose a larger problem, as will saving their mother from certain death. As they explore this fascinating location, they come across challenges that test their intellect and reasoning ability. Using the scientific method, they need to discover how to navigate this strange environment that occasionally turns hostile on them. And saving their mother will be the ultimate test. This book held my interest from the moment I picked it up. Just like Ryan and Regan, I wanted to know what was happening in Prometheus Alpha, and I tried to solve the puzzle of how to get in right along with them. The alien city was reminiscent of Harry Potter¿s Hogwarts, where anything could happen, and there were no limits to the places they could go or the things they could do. I would have loved for the kids to spend more time exploring, but under the circumstances, they had no time to waste. The unique puzzle they needed to solve to save their mother made my head spin, but ultimately their logic was right on. It certainly will give kids something to think about. This is a well-written and enjoyable science fiction adventure. I highly recommend it. Reviewer: Alice Berger, Bergers Book Reviews
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a super great book! I recommend it to readers young and old.
PineapplePrincess3530 More than 1 year ago
A quick read. The story got more interesting further into the book.
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