Young Captain Nemo: Quest for the Nautilus
Young Captain Nemo: Quest for the Nautilus by Jason Henderson is an adventure story about three twelve-year-old ordinary kids who are not so ordinary after all. Nemo’s mother is kidnapped. He and his friends have to find a hundred-year-old shipwrecked submarine to save his mom. The plot is entertaining. The most interesting part was when the kids had to board a nuclear submarine. The characters are easy to relate to, engaging, and realistic. I liked Gabriel Nemo the most. The story is well written and it kept my interest. However, there was a little too much “he said, she said” in the story. The moral of the story is that family matters more than anything else. There are no pictures in the book. I would recommend a book to ten-year-olds and older, anyone who likes action, adventure, and mystery. This book would make a good series. I would recommend this book because there are submarine battles in it. This was a great story and I had a blast reading it.
|Page Count||304 pages|
|Publisher||Feiwel & Friends|
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