Monday, March 5, 2012

Christian Action Adventure Review

Mystery of the Puzzle Bones
T.A. Smith


Newest novel of the Adventures of the Boardunders Club by T.A. Smith
Join Jaydon, Caleb, Ethan, Brandon and Roscoe the dog on their latest club adventure.
Friends and skateboarders they spend time in the main sewer pipe of a new subdivision that has yet to be finished, making for some super slick skating! A room like intersection is their official club headquarters and they certainly don't want school Diego to find out about it.
The boys start to find bones and hear noises deeper into the system and fearful they are demons. A great witness as one of the boys talks about Jesus as his salvation and how he doesn't need to fear the demons if Jesus is in your heart.
Page turning adventure for ages 8-14.
This was a great action adventure story filled with great references to Jesus and the Bible as the strength. Fantastic story line and a great, clean read for young boys and girls!

About the Author
T.A. Smith has been a non-denominational bible teacher in maximum Security Prisons, Juvenile delinquent centers, Rescue Missions, and Youth Groups for over 15 years. He has traveled from the Yucatan to working in fisheries in Alaska. As a ‘Guys study teacher’, he searched for a hard-hitting action adventure series that actually included thoughts and discussion about God. He wanted real discussions that he actually heard men and boys talk about in his classes over the years. Finally, he simply sat down and started writing stories for the guys he knew – and they asked for more stories which has led to a dozen popular tween/teen adventure books.

7 comments:

  1. Sounds interesting. Would you say it would be an easy read and something kids with reading delays could get through?

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  2. Sounds like a good book. I will have to look for this for my son.

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  3. Monica it is 150 pages. My 10 year old with reading delays would struggle. My 13 year old with reading delays would be ok with it I feel. The words are not hard, and it is broken into chapters, probably less than 10 pages per chapter.

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  4. I am pinning this to my book list to remember in a few years when my kids are older :)

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  5. Sounds like a very good book that could be geared toward teens. Thanks for the review.

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