The Invisible Tower, by Nils Johnson-Shelton

Summary:  A twelve-year-old boy learns that he is actually King Arthur brought back to life in the twenty-first century–and that the fate of the universe rests in his hands.

Harper

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3 Responses

  1. This book was kind of predictable. Also, the ending was a complete cliffhanger and the story is absolutely incomplete, which makes it uneligible for Newbery.

  2. It had a cliff hanger so it is not a complete story. I don’t think it should win the newbery.

  3. What both of you all say is true. I am sort of disappointed that it is not eligible though. I really enjoyed it. I would definitely recommend it for pleasure, though. I am a big fan of Percy Jackson and The Ranger’s Apprentice, and on the back of the IT it clearly says that fans of PJ and TRA will like this. It was correct.

    **** (4 stars)

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