Invisible City by M.G. Harris
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
In M.G. Harris's first installment of the Joshua Files series, 'Invisible City' sets off a good precedent. A thirteen year-old boy names Joshua, or Josh as his friends call him, investigates the disappearance of his father. The police report said that Josh's dad had been killed when his plane crashed, but Josh thinks otherwise.
Josh delves into the mystery of his father’s disappearance and experiences several pulse-pounding and heart-stopping adventures as he comes to terms with the truth and reality of everything that happened.
I've always loved mythology and science fiction, things of the surreal, and Invisible City completes my craving for that particular hunger and interest in books. I love a good adventure, and I feel that MG Harris has made that possible with this book.
This is different from the books and movies I've read about Mayan tomb raiders, as I had first suspected it to be, and more into a world where the impossible is inevitable.
This is one of my favorite series of books, but it was not too difficult nor too easy to read, and the vivid imagery the story created was enough to satisfy any person's imagination. The story was fueled with gut-wrenching anxiety and anticipation for what was to come. With every new page I couldn't wait for the next intense adventure to appear, and to find the outcome of the book.
I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a good adventure story with some odd twists and turns that will leave you ecstatic and waiting for more.
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