Mardok and the Seven Exiles

Mardok and the Seven Exiles➝ [Epub] ❦ Mardok and the Seven Exiles By Jill Williamson ➧ – From bestselling author Jill Williamson and her son Luke comes RoboTales a science fiction fairytale series for kids ages 7 13 or in grades 2nd 8th Overview Strange things are happening at the Space F From bestselling author Jill Williamson and her the Seven PDF ↠ son Luke comes RoboTales a science fiction fairytale series for kids Mardok and PDF \ ages or in grades nd th Overview Strange things are happening at the Space Force Military Academy and the Seven PDF È General Gruss believes the Ice Beast is responsible and asks cadet Riv Mardok to hunt down the menace Mardok always eager to “protect the helpless” accepts the uest but when he finds himself trapped alone in the forest his bravery isn’t enough to save him Mardok has no choice but to call for help The uestion is will anyone answer If you enjoyed “Mardok and the Seven Exiles” you’ll love book one “Tinker”. Mardok and the Seven Exiles is book 2 of the RoboTales series and the story is a modern twist on the classic story of Snow White and the Seven dwarves but with the fun twist of being geared toward boys that being said girls will love this book too since it is a fun read and a great storyThis book has it all; intrigue suspense battles mystery as well as some good fun This is a fun read and I really enjoyed it I bought this book for my kids but being a fan of Jill Williamson I read this book as well and I'm really glad that I did it is a great story for kids of all ages adults that are kids at heart too5 Stars Mardok and the Seven ExilesRoboTales #2By Jill Williamson and Luke WilliamsonMardok and the Seven Exiles is set on the planet Dabon and Cadet Riv Mardok a member of the Space Force Military Training Academy has uncovered a disturbing fact Unfortunately his evidence has been made unavailable to him But Mardok isn't one to sit around and do nothing which for him might prove the worst possible thing to do Soon Mardok finds himself assigned by General Gruss himself to find the elusive Ice Beast rud to live in the remote regions of Mount Suarra No one has ever returned from such a mission before and Mardok is determined to both stop the Ice Beast and return All too soon Mardok finds himself in need of rescue and fortunately for him he is discovered by Robo a mechanized canine intelligence who proves resourceful in extricating our hero with an ego Robo leads Mardok to a cabin within the Blackwood Forest where he soon meets the seven exiles from the academy who also discovered disturbing events with ties to the academy and General GrussCan these 8 young men along with Robo stop what could be the end of their worlds and lives as they know it? And who is really behind everything? Once again Robo may give an advantage to whom most needs his special skillsThis is the fun seuel to Tinker and one just can't help rooting for Robo to come out on top in whatever role he plays And Mardok learns the importance of working together rather than relying on his own strengthsThis book is aimed at the middle grade reader and should keep even a reluctant reader reading with enjoyment This story though the second in the series is able to be enjoyed without first reading Tinker The only recurring character is Robo and these are his tales From the title one thinks Snow White but don't be fooled this is a tale that will appeal boys who aren't into fairy talesI was provided an ARC of the book by the author with no expectation of a review positive or otherwise all expressed opinions are my own 3 stars I liked it Mardok and the Seven Exiles is the second in Jill and Luke Williamson's RoboTales series I thought it was a good book but not as good as the first one Tinker Mainly because of the main character and the number of minor characters—given how short the book is I found it difficult telling apart the Seven Exiles from one another view spoilerFinally the climax—while it proved the value of the positive ideal—was not fought by the main character Which annoyed me as it means the main character isn't really the protagonist per se hide spoiler