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Will Everett has always wished for an adventure. Little does he know his adventure starts the moment he boards the Boundless. There is a murder, and now Will protects a key that can unlock the train¹s hidden treasures. Villains are fast on his heels and strange creatures are lurking outside the windows, as the Boundless hurtles across the country. Together with Maren, a gifted escape artist, and Mr. Dorian, a circus ringmaster with amazing abilities, Will must save the Boundless before someone else winds up dead. His adventure may have begun without him knowing…but how it ends is up to Will.
©2014 Firewing Productions, Inc. (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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By Kaui on 02-17-16

So-so story with impeccable elements

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I am a mother of three boys (13 and a pair of 11-year old twins) and they allow me to read books to them (still!). This is one of our "family book club" picks and it was so-so. My 11 year old twins found the periodic setting (1870ish in Canada) boring; I thought the narrative style was lacking and though ultimately the pace of the book accelerated and the central conflict resolved in a dramatic way, I do not think this book was as good as The Nest, also by Oppel, which we also read a few months ago. Three things I did very much love about this book: the train as a city - what an imaginative setting and Mr. Oppels descriptions of the opulence and filth were wonderful. I also loved the literary homage to Portrait of Dorian Gray, which I discussed with my children. However, the leap to the fountain of youth canvas was tentative at most, and probably one of the weakest links in the plot. Thirdly, I enjoyed the factual treatment of the sasquatch. This element added a bit of whimsy and fantasy to a thrilling YA mystery novel crossed with historical fiction.

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By Amazon Customer on 03-25-17

Language

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

For a book to be categorized as ages 8-12 is terribly misleading. There is no reason to put foul language into a child's book. We are loving the story. We are loving the narration. My 10 year old is heartbroken that we cannot finish it. But no, I do not expose my children to bad language purposely. Yes it will be in their everyday world eventually, but not now!

What did you like best about this story?

He has loved the excitement and fiction becoming reality in his little mind.

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Very disappointed. We would love a little warning ahead of time so that we can make a educated decision ahead of time. We would love to know exactly how many curse words are in a book.

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5 of 6 people found this review helpful

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