Genre: Middle Grade/Children’s Fiction, Science Fiction
Summary from Goodreads:
Jonah and Chip have barely adjusted to the discovery that they are actually the missing children of history when a time purist named JB sends them, along with Katherine and Alex, hurtling back in time to 1483. JB promises that if they can fix history, they can all return to their present-day lives. Now Chip and Alex have to reclaim their true identities—as the king and prince of England. But things get complicated when the four discover that according to the records, the princes were murdered. How can they fix history if it means that Chip and Alex will die?
- Definitely different than the first book but I already knew that had to happen.
- Good mix of science fiction and historical fiction.
- World building was weird and confusing. There were some inconsistencies in the rules and technology.
- Interesting take on time travel. I need better explanations but I like what’s been set out so far.
- Characters were on the weak side but I can forgive it a bit because the story is pretty fun.
The bottom line? It was a good quick read.