Friday, April 6, 2018

The Tukor's Journey: Book Review

ISBN: 978-0999571408
Author: Jeannine Kellogg
Price: $11.99 | 592 pages
Ages: 10-14 | Grade Level: 5-9
Available: Amazon | Barnes and Noble

Siblings Mitch, Tony, and Jovi discover that mysterious creatures called Grezniks are close to achieving their mission: blowing up Earth and shattering Life to bits. Over the centuries, Grezniks have nearly succeeded many times. But each time, their efforts have been foiled by Tukors and their allies. Now, Grezniks are closer than ever before, and no one knows if any Tukors are left in the world to stop them.

The Tukor's Journey is an epic action adventure. Chock-full of faraway lands. Volcanoes. Mountains. Tundra. Tropical forests. Raging rivers. Steamy geysers. Farms. Big cities. Tractors flying at the speed of sound. Blue stones that defy the laws of physics. And lots of real life creatures. And Grezniks. Vicious. Deadly. Unfathomable strength and speed. Seeping through the world unseen--slippery, crawly, swift. Soon they'll be ready to blow up Earth into tiny pieces. Three kids are unexpectedly invited to help defeat the Grezniks, but will they have the courage to join the battle?


The Tukor's Journey is a wonderful book about three kids who get sucked into a journey.  With monsters that are nearly invincible and mysterious blue stones. This happens after their famously rich grandpa is arrested for money embezzling, fraud, and other corrupted crimes. The kids are forced to move deep into the country in order to escape the paparazzi and to conserve their money. Once there, the kids meet an old man who is kind, but definitely not a normal person. There are monsters lurking in the shadows, known as Grezniks, who want to find the blue stones and use them to destroy the world in order to 'escape Proznia'. Luckily, the kids and many different animals are prepared to stand in their way.

I love the way this book mixes fantasy with technology without making it seem too overpowered or unrealistic. The book has a few slow moments, but the more intense moments easily cover these up. There is not much character development to do with the kids, however the development for the animals and the Grezniks are amazing. If you love fantasy, animals, or monsters, this is a great book for you or your child. I genuinely enjoyed it and can't wait until the next book is released.

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