Book Review: Finn’s Rocket by Serena Schreiber

Rocket-front cover

About the Book

Title: Finn’s Rocket: A Surfer Catches Air (Finn’s Fast Books, Book #3) | Authors: Serena Schreiber | Publication Date: November 1, 2015 | Publisher: Independent | Pages: 176 | Recommended Ages: 7 to 12

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Book Description

Finn’s summer vacation plans didn’t include leaving the planet. When his little sister gets kidnapped from space camp, Finn will do anything and go anywhere to get her back. Even the international space station.

 

My Review

I received a free ecopy of this book for an honest review.

Finn’s Rocket is a fun book for teens to read. Finn is a teenager who has the typical relationship with his best friends. He and his 12 year old sister seem to have a better relationship than many kids their age, but that could partly be because they have caring and understanding parents.

I read this story in one sitting. Serena Schreiber’s writing is engaging and keeps your interest. After Gabi starts Space Camp, it gets exciting and stays that way until the end. Just imagine! Gabi is kidnapped and ends up in space and Finn finds a way to get to her. But how does he get her back to Earth?

Finn’s Rocket is a book that readers of all ages will enjoy.

The Buzz About “Finn’s Fast Books”

Finn’s Ship: The story blends Finn’s American upbringing with his German heritage, acquainting the reader with the many similarities and differences in food, culture, language, transportation and family values.~ Candy 613, Amazon

Finn’s Ship: The author did a marvelous job bringing the characters to life and making the reader feel apart of each scene.~ Glen G., Amazon

Finn’s Car: I really enjoyed reading this book! Very fun to read and it’s something that teens will love to read. I recommend it to everyone!~ Jocelyn, Amazon

Finn’s Car: A well-paced, funny and highly infectious read!~ Bree W., Amazon

 

About the Author

serenaschreiberFirst published in Brooklyn in third grade, Serena Schreiber took a circuitous route through Europe to settle in Florida. When not writing for kids or scientists, she follows her other muse, fantasy. She’s a happy co-conspirator of Florida Writers Association Youth Program and runs the Howl at the Moon Writers Jam. Serena has two amazing children, a handsome husband, and a turtle named Bolt.

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