• Diary of Lance Cairo: Lost in Lego Worlds

  • Lego Worlds Diaries, Volume 1
  • By: Alex Strobach
  • Narrated by: Tommy Jay
  • Series: Lego Worlds Diaries, Book 1
  • Length: 50 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 05-10-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: LWorlds Kids
  • 1 out of 5 stars 1.0 (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

Lance Cairo has embarked on the journey of a lifetime. He has been tasked with exploring the vast universe of Lego planets. During his initial stopovers at Primitive and Pirate Worlds, he stumbles across a strange, but powerful, adversary. An adversary who will stop at nothing to keep Lance from completing his mission of exploration, and who can travel at blinding speeds. Who is this Creepy Speedster and what connection does he have with Lance? Why does he want to stop him so badly? Will Lance even learn the answers to these questions and complete his mission of exploration, or will the Creepy Speedster stop him?
©2016 Alex Strobach (P)2017 Alex Strobach
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1 out of 5 stars
By Robert Brewer on 02-23-18

This story doesn't have an ending

"That thing-a-ma-jing is critical for this adventure. Oh no I'll be looking for that thing-a-ma-jing for a long time." Thing-a-ma-jing falls from sky and lands at his feet.

No struggle. It just goes on through a few easy adventures where there is no challenge for our protagonist. Each of his challenges ends with no struggle or lesson learned. Most of the time the conflicts are introduced in one paragraph, then in the next they solved by the answer literally falling from the sky.

To top it off the story doesn't even have an ending.

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