An excellent sequel to Ravens' Gate. This adventure continues where Ravens' Gate left off. Starts off in York England and finishes in Peru. Lots of sc..Show More »ary scenes and high adventure. My 10 year old really enjoyed it. Just scary enough without going too far.
This a great series of books and once you have listened to one you HAVE to listen to all of them. the story sees a group of children assemble to f..Show More »ight the forces of evil, all the children have powers they all discovering or trying to learn to use them they, it has all the ingredients of a amazing book it is funny, exciting & addictive and fun for all ages give them a go you will love them
I've always loved how varied each book in The Power of Five is, and Oblivion takes that to new heights. It's unlike any of the other entries in the se..Show More »ries, and even the story threads within the main plot straddle multiple genres, locations, and themes.
The slow reveal of how the status quo has shifted is gripping. and Oblivion maintains that intrigue throughout as it explore how this shift has affected different parts of the world. Horowitz has essentially stripped down this universe to its core, then built an entirely new one around it. This means that long time readers and newcomers are all introduced at the same pace, creating a self contained story for all, with many extra layers of depth for fans.
Oblivion pulls no punches, no one is safely hidden behind plot armour, making the whole experience enthralling from start to finish.
The narrator does a good job conveying both the subtleties of dialogue and the urgent pace of action. The American accent is really quite wonky but otherwise he does the material justice.
A must listen for fans of the series, and definitely something to consider if you're a newcomer. A true epic.