Travels with Gannon and Wyatt: Egypt

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The journal entries in this book were different than what I am used to but I got used to it. I think it’s neat how Gannon & Wyatt are real people and create their books based on their real life experiences. I like that they are homeschooled because I am homeschooled too. It would be so fun to get to travel like them.

The beginning of this book wasn’t very interesting to me and I had a hard time wanting to keep reading. Once the story got to the part about finding the tomb and Gannon & Wyatt going inside, I found it more exciting. There was a lot of danger that came with the tomb excavation that Gannon & Wyatt didn’t seem to think about before getting into it. I know it isn’t a true story but that didn’t seem smart of them. I wouldn’t want to be a part of anything where tomb robbers with guns were a threat, and I wouldn’t be out in the desert without having water with me. They were lucky to have a man rescue them but then had to worry about being in the middle of the fighting between the Bedouin army and the tomb robbers. It was just another part of the story but there are probably real life things that happen like this and I just wish that there wasn’t fighting in the world and people wanting to hurt other people. I am glad that the story ended with everybody being ok. Being a part of something like this would be fun, but if I were Gannon or Wyatt in this story, I wouldn’t ever do an exploration again and I’d be happy with a once time ancient tomb experience.

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Author Patti Wheeler, Keith Hemstreet
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 176 pages
Publisher Greenleaf Book Group Press
Publish Date 1/21/2014
ISBN 9781608325610
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Issue April 2014
Category Tweens


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