Book Review: The Worlds Traveler by M.L. Roble

25842630Title: The Worlds Traveler

Author: M.L. Roble

Publication Date: November 11, 2015

Recommended Ages: 10+


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 from the award-winning book The Magician’s Doll!

My Review

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

I really enjoyed The Magician’s Dollthe first book in this series so I was excited to read The Worlds Traveler. It’s the story of Natalie and Phillip who have gifts, as do the members of their families. There is a madman who is trying to take all of the gifts of their kind and he especially wants Natalie’s gift. Their parents have used their gifts to shield and protect the neighborhood that they live in so that no one can find them. Phillip wants to find his father, who is missing, and when he meets the Worlds Traveler he knows he has found a way.

The Worlds Traveler is easy to read and is written well. It’s full of drama, suspense, and adventure. There are also a couple surprises along the way. Natalie and Phillip continue to develop their gifts and to learn more about the world(s) around them. 

I definitely recommend The Worlds Traveler for readers of all ages. I liked it even more than The Magician’s Doll!

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About the Author

M.L. RobleM. L. Roble’s desire to write a children’s novel stems from the nostalgia of her own middle grade reading years where she first experienced books like “The Chronicles of Narnia” and “The Shattered Stone”. There have been different books and genres since, but those years fueled an enchantment for story that continues to this day.

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