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Changers' Summer By Mike Lewis,

  • Title: Changers' Summer
  • Author: Mike Lewis
  • ISBN: 9781463577056
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tom is twelve and all he s ever known is a world with acid rain and constant cloud His world is a place where people try to scratch out a living surrounded by the wreckage of the past One hundred years ago a group of mysterious scientists took charge of the Earth s weather in order to control climate change They burned the planet and in the ensuing chaos they disappearTom is twelve and all he s ever known is a world with acid rain and constant cloud His world is a place where people try to scratch out a living surrounded by the wreckage of the past One hundred years ago a group of mysterious scientists took charge of the Earth s weather in order to control climate change They burned the planet and in the ensuing chaos they disappeared When one of the Changers appears on Tom s farm, his life changes and he is forced into an adventure where he must choose between his family and helping the Changers repair the damage they have done But can the Changers be trusted this time
    Changers Summer Tom is twelve and all he s ever known is a world with acid rain and constant cloud His world is a place where people try to scratch out a living surrounded by the wreckage of the past One hundred year

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    1. This book was my monthly pick from the Prime Lending Library I ve enjoyed it well enough to buy the next book in the series when it s available This is a young adult story that is interesting enough for all ages to enjoy It is not a typical post apoc dystopian tale as there is no single earth shattering disaster, and no overtly oppressive elements in this future society This story is about the future created when deliberate changes to the environment go very wrong.The locale described seems to b [...]

    2. It is books like these that support my belief that in the realms of self publishing you will find stories that are just as good, if not better, than the fancy, hyped books you ll find on the shelves of your local bookshop.In Changers Summer, Mike Lewis has created an intriguing post apocalyptic world that merely hints at what went on to bring it to this point rats that can build ladders, dogs that can talk, rain that falls in different colours Although many of their changes are evident, there is [...]

    3. Brought to you by AnnabellThe Changers Summer is a vastly interesting post apocalyptic story that tells the tale of a young boy named Tom who lives in a world where rats can build ladders, his dog can talk and rain falls in different colors I love the childlike imagination behind the story and the fact that the heroes of the tale are twelve year old children instead of the adults.I really enjoyed the concept of the yellow and green rain The story had a very Amish like lifestyle feel to it since [...]

    4. The Changers Summer is a vastly interesting post apocalyptic story that tells the tale of a young boy named Tom who lives in a world where rats can build ladders, his dog can talk and rain falls in different colors I love the childlike imagination behind the story and the fact that the heroes of the tale are twelve year old children instead of the adults.I really enjoyed the concept he yellow and green rain The story had a very Amish like lifestyle feel to it since Tom lived on a farm with his f [...]

    5. CHANGER S SUMMER by Mike Lewis presents a bit of difficulty The novel combines elements of environmentalism, science fiction, and a British setting to come up with its unique storyline, and on a conceptual basis, there s a lot that fascinates about Changer s Summer.Unfortunately, the novel spends a lot of time tens of pages, it seems, at times in telling mode, rather than in scene and action that advances the plot And the plot moves at a glacial pace.I was fully a quarter of the way into the boo [...]

    6. Concept WorldThe world grabbed me straight away with the description of life under green and yellow rain It was almost medieval in feel but with remnants of technology StoryThe story starts brilliantly The Changers appearance is enthralling and I was on the edge of my seat during the visit to Westbridge The last third of the book no spoilers was riveting too I did feel it wandered a little in the middle but that might have been because I was impatient to find out what the Changers were up to Cha [...]

    7. This book started out slow for me I hate to say that because there was an event that was so totally creative at the beginning, it held a lot of promise However, I felt the writing of it did not hold up to that promise I won t say what it was because I hate spoilers The adult characters were a bit too two dimensional for me, but as the story was meant to be focused on the children, it was fine Tom was a great young protagonist, ready to jump in and get things done Some things I absolutely loved i [...]

    8. the past, scientists experimented and changed the environment and animals through technology and then they vanished We slowly figure this out when a changer begins to materialize one piece at a time in a barn There are several unique things about the world the author has created Rain is either green and goopy, or yellow acid rain Crops must be grown inside of barns animals talk, rats are able to reason and build ladders from crop material Changers have been traveling through time to look at thei [...]

    9. Tom lives in a future that has been altered by Changers, people from the present day who experimented with technology to create fantastic machines and to genetically modify crops and animals Tom is growing up on a farm where the corn grows inside barns and rats have opposable thumbs One day, he and his friend Jordan discover a time traveler in one of the barns Changers have been transporting themselves to the future in order to see how their changes have affected the world Tom ends up having a v [...]

    10. Interesting premise on how time travel may change the environmental past, present and future The characters acted consistently throughout, but lacked visual descriptions and emotional depth The ending sets the foundation for the next book in the series.

    11. This was an okay book I m really not into futuristic books but it was interesting and the cliffhanger at the end does have me wanting to read .

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