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by Travis McBee

Bridgeworld download ebook
ISBN:
0615504450
ISBN13:
978-0615504452
Author:
Travis McBee
Publisher:
Hydra Publications (July 7, 2011)
Language:
Pages:
234 pages
ePUB:
1314 kb
Fb2:
1844 kb
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Category:
Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Rating:
4.4

Best parts: I liked Travis McBee's writing.

William Haynes was the type of guy that every boy wanted to be. He was. Best parts: I liked Travis McBee's writing. I thought this book sounded very interesting.

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

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.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Will's life had always been normal. Normal school, normal friends, normal small town. But he had always thought that his parents might be a bit abnormal. Little does he know that they have been hiding a secret from him his entire life. Not only are they not normal.

Travis McBee is the author of many books and even more short stories. Learn more at ww. ravisMcBee. Travis McBee is the author of many books and even more short stories.

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This book or any portion thereof. may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever. without the express written permission of the publisher. Printed in the United States of America.

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William Haynes was the type of guy that everyone either wanted, or 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 Will…that 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.
Reviews:
  • Faegal
I would guess that any boy age 10-14 would likely enjoy this book. I liked that the "aliens" are very similar to us. It was fun to read about the differences in cultures and how the school ran, the sports they played, the food they ate, etc. All the characters were very normal so it felt like an average teenage boy book - just set on a boarding school out in space! It was a fun and clean book and one I would happily put in the hands of my kids.
  • Wrathshaper
A teenage boy named Will discovers that his parents are from another planet and that he has been accepted at an off world school called BridgeWorld where a rivalry with another school gets out of hand.

The target audience for this book is middle to high school readers. I am 45 years old but did enjoy the book. The book is written in 3rd person mainly from the point of view of Will. The writing is easily followed and the pace is decent. The story could use more conflicts and plot twists but over all a good read.
  • VAZGINO
Being an Author myself, I've looked on YouTube for writing tips. I came across Travis Mcbee on there, giving tips to writers on the large platform. I picked up one of his books to read it, and I was greeted with this nice book. The storyline, plot, and characters were inspiring.

Conclusion: This book was amazing for the price. Stop reading reviews and just buy it.
  • Perius
When a middle school kid finds out being top of his class on earth isn't the same as in space, his world turns upside down. Welcome to Bridgeworld, an exclusive private school that only few can handle.

It was a great read, and I am still looking forward to the second in the series.
  • Celak
I enjoyed this book from beginning to end. It was a different genre than what I usually read but, once I started it, I couldn't put it down. Lots of excitement. A few typos but the story was worth it. And, by the way, I'm a 61 year old woman and I loved it!
  • Xangeo
Great book and because of the opportunity to read it I am now looking forward to reading other books by this author. Definitely a great read and it will keep you with it until the end
  • the monster
Bridgeworld is a fun story, easy to read and has enjoyable characters. I particularly liked the different take Travis has on aliens - certainly not of your typical type!
Review -

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 with blood red tie everywhere, even chasing him.

Will learns that he's not human, that his parents have been keeping a secret about who they are, that they aren't from earth. Suddenly Will is trust into a adventure he never expected to happen, Sent off to school in space, with other teenagers of aliens from other planets, and not the little green men that we think, they are just like us humans, only they live on different planets. Will travels on a spaceship to Bridgeworld where he will attend school. The school is a large cube shape, they all live at it teachers and students like a orbiting boarding school.

At school Will instantly makes a enemy a kid named Brandon who hates all humans from earth, they even call them terry's however he seems to be the only one. Will also makes friends, Jon, Ryan, Corey, even Abby the girl he has a crush on, who later becomes his girlfriend. He also joins the Zegma team, it's actually kinda cool, it's kind of like football where you run the ball, but you float above the ground and you can magnetically send the enemy players back to the start point. It's super unique and sounds like fun. Everything is finally going Will's way, until they have to face off the last game of the year against Starview. It just so happens that Starview students aren't the nice guys they happen to be evil, twisted, and have known to make Bridgeworld students go missing.

It's a unique story about a boy growing up to find out they life as he knows it is about to change, leading him off on a exciting new adventure in space. It's the kind of story that draws you in and keeps you entertained the whole time. I never noticed a slow moment, it's the story about Will's adventure at Bridgesworld. I found it enjoyable to read, it's not a heavy read, so I'm sure almost anyone would be interested in this book because who does want to go into space. It's kinda cool that the aliens are humans just on different planets. However earth of course seems to behind, the only planet that's still in the dark of the aliens.