• Tim, Defender of the Earth

  • By: Sam Enthoven
  • Narrated by: Bryan Kennedy
  • Length: 8 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 04-17-08
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Penguin Group USA and Audible
  • 3.0 (8 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Tim, Defender of the Earth, is a rock'em, sockâ¿¿em thriller filled with smoke, spectacle, and big-time adventure. Big Ben will fall! Westminster Abbey will crumble! London will never be the same!TIM, aka Tyrannosaurus: Improved Model, is the product of a top-secret government military experiment, and he couldn't be more loveable. Sure, he's an enormous monster to most, but at heart he's just a big, awkward, 13-year-old who realizes he could be all that stands between the earth and total destruction. (Take that, Godzilla.)Now TIM must form an unlikely alliance with 15-year-olds Chris and Anna in order to save humanity from the greatest threat it has ever known: Anna's father, the brilliant and demented Professor Mallahide, and his growing tide of vicious, all-consuming nanobots.Will TIM prevail and save the British Isles and the world from evil? We'll all have to hold hands, read, and believe - in TIM, Defender of the Earth!
©2008 Sam Enthoven; (P)2008 Penguin
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By Jackie on 11-23-09

not too good

I was plainly disappointed in this book. I would have thought it was great if it were written by one of my fifth graders. The writing was so simplistic and juvenile that I couldn't sink into the story.

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