Sigmund Brouwer
Final Battle
May 05, 2019 Comments.. 500
Final Battle Set at an experimental community on Mars in the year Robot Wars features year old virtual reality specialist Tyce Sanders Life on the Red Planet is not always easy but it is definitely

  • Title: Final Battle
  • Author: Sigmund Brouwer
  • ISBN: 9781414323138
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Paperback
  • Set at an experimental community on Mars in the year 2039 2040, Robot Wars features 14 year old virtual reality specialist Tyce Sanders Life on the Red Planet is not always easy, but it is definitely exciting As Tyce explores his strange surroundings, he finds that the mysteries of the planet point to his greatest discovery a new relationship with God He talks about hiSet at an experimental community on Mars in the year 2039 2040, Robot Wars features 14 year old virtual reality specialist Tyce Sanders Life on the Red Planet is not always easy, but it is definitely exciting As Tyce explores his strange surroundings, he finds that the mysteries of the planet point to his greatest discovery a new relationship with God He talks about his growing faith and curiosity in a manner that kids can relate to as they are probably wondering some of the same things Book five, Final Battle, begins with Tyce s threat to reveal his special talents to the world much to the dismay of the rebels who want to keep the technology a secret Tyce has to battle the rebels and their plot while trying to return to Mars The success of the entire Mars Project depends on his every move.

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    1 Blog on “Final Battle

    1. Marklessgirl says:

      I love this book! It was so interesting intense! There was a lot of character development. Tyce gets a lot older in this book and by the end is 17 (in most of the books he is 14). I just love this series. If you are looking for a good futuristic science fiction read with space travel and Mars and the Moon and Earth and plot twists! And things a tiny bit like Jurastic Park this is most likely a book for you. Also if you like robots and even if you don't like them this is a fun action packed crazy [...]

    2. Jonathan B says:

      So this is the final book of the series, but my review here is not simply reflective of this book in particular but of the series as a whole. The approach of my review will be from both an adult perspective and from a child's perspective. I have criticisms from both ends.So the book is written for children, clearly. The writing style is simple, the chapters are short, and the plot and flow of the series is also simple (except for this last book--for more on that see below).That's good for childr [...]

    3. Joshua Williams says:

      This was my favorite of the whole series. The Final Battle is enough to show that there will be no more. The way the author, Sigmund Brower, had to finish all of the plots he had created always kept you on the edge of your seat. Therefore, if you want to read this book, then you should probably read the other 4 first but also you should read it because it is an amazing book itself. The thought of trying to inhabit mars is an amazing plot and I think that you would love it too.

    4. Rachel says:

      A really good series that's sci-fi, christian, and for young adults. I like how the characters use science to prove their is a God. But, I think the writing is too simple for the age group it is meant for. Also, the government issues in the book are fine for the age group the books are writen for but would be lost on a younger age group who wouldn't have the trouble of the simple writing. All in all, it is a good series.

    5. Connie says:

      This is a great series. It’s full of suspense and political intrigue, and the science is realistic. I really like the addition of religious contemplation by the main character. I find it refreshing when an author can add that in a believable way. There was a subplot that wasn't resolved in this last installment—major bummer.

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