Bridgeworld

Bridgeworld William Haynes was the type of guy that every boy wanted to be He was an honor roll student and captain of his middle school football team He was dating the most popular girl in the school and had doz

  • Title: Bridgeworld
  • Author: Travis McBee
  • ISBN: 9780615504452
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Paperback
  • William Haynes was the type of guy that every boy wanted to be He was an honor roll student and captain of his middle school football team He was dating the most popular girl in the school and had dozens of friends Yes, life was perfect for Willat is until a strange man shows up and forces his parents to reveal a secret they have kept hidden since he was born He iWilliam Haynes was the type of guy that every boy wanted to be He was an honor roll student and captain of his middle school football team He was dating the most popular girl in the school and had dozens of friends Yes, life was perfect for Willat is until a strange man shows up and forces his parents to reveal a secret they have kept hidden since he was born He is told that he has been given a scholarship to a prestigious private school that his parents attended, a private school that happens to be in space Will must choose between a life many would die for and a life none could imagine A life where he is no longer perfect, where he must make new friends, and where he must survive a school rivalry like no other.

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    About "Travis McBee"

    1. Travis McBee

      Travis McBee was born and raised just outside of Atlanta, Georgia He is the younger of two children and enjoys backpacking, playing rugby, and watching football He is the author of four novels Bridgeworld, Bridgeworld Encounter at Atlantis, Triton Rise of the Fallen, and Triton The Call of War He is also the author of a children s series The Chronicles of a Second Grade Genius He currently resides in Georgia.

    246 thoughts on “Bridgeworld”

    1. I write honest reviews. I have never read a book that I didn't particularly like, and then write a beyond amazingly book review. Saying that, I'm not trying to say that I didn't like the novel, but what I'm saying is that I couldn't finish it. The novel had a loose frame, and didn't have a clear problem, and I was waiting every next chapter for that big ba-boom to hit me, but it never came. It could be the next chapter, but I don't want to waste anymore time on a book that I don't see any clear [...]


    2. I received a copy of Bridgeworld in return for a honest review. This book is the story of Will Haynes, your average teenager, or is he. Quarterback for his middle school team, dating the most popular girl in school, can't get much better then that at least that's what Will thought. Final game of the season ends in a loss, and that's when everything started to change, he no longer has the girlfriend, and prospects of quarterback next year are gone. Suddenly he is seeing a stranger in a black suit [...]


    3. I was given this book by the author for review.I thought this book sounded very interesting. Small town boy who finds out he is an alien and goes to his home planet to go to school, Bridgeworld. When I started this book I was not sure what to expect, but I actually enjoyed the book. I think it would be a great book for a pre-teen/young teenager.Best parts: I liked Travis McBee's writing. I thought he wrote amazing character and his imagination of Bridgeworld was very creative. Will (main charact [...]


    4. An excellent foray into the YA market for a first time author. Despite at times trying a bit too hard to turn a phrase, the author deftly conveys the attitudes and mentalities of your typical middle school-high school age student and manages to build an interesting and believable society and universe beyond our own. As with early Jim Butcher, it can be a bit rougher than ideal at times, but the talent and ideas are there and I look forward to more by this author in both this series and others. D [...]


    5. Great storytelling! Love the characters, the plot, the worldbuilding.This book engaged me from the beginning and held my interest all the way through. I learned how to play a whole new sport, so there's that level of detail. The second half of the book is particularly fast-placed and thrilling. I lowered the rating a star because of the grammar and spelling mistakes. However, the storytelling was so good that those mistakes didn't interrupt the flow. Excellent use of an epilogue! I plan on readi [...]


    6. The plot to this book was very good. It was a very fast and easy read. However, there were lots of spelling and grammatical mistakes as well as typos which made it at time difficult to focus on the story and not the mistakes. I think this would be a good series to read if the author writes more books. Hopefully these will have a little more editing work done before publication.


    7. Unfortunately, this book wasn't an enjoyable read for me. Rating:2.5-3 stars.Please read my full review here: remarkable-reads/


    8. I received this book from Giveaway. Definitely a good book to get young adults interested in reading. There are some parts which adult readers would find interesting, but the book as a whole is obviously at the Young Adult level. All in all, 4 stars


    9. Not what I expected However it is really fast paced so you don't have time to stop and think until the end. The ending was a bit rushed in my opinion up until then no complaints.I liked it. However it isn't a book I would re-read:)



    10. Hmmmm. This story I could not finish - got to 8% - even at the beginning I could not feel an 'attachment' with the characters and the plot was too vague.


    11. I didn't like this book even a bit. But part of the reason why is because its very similar to Enders game. Travis you have better works.



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