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Kyle Evans and the Key to the Universe ❴Ebook❵ ➩ Kyle Evans and the Key to the Universe Author Rob H. Hunt – Some kids love adventure and dream of being a hero Ten year old Kyle Evans is not one of those kids but when a giant hole appears in his bedroom and swallows his mom a hero is what Kyle must become Ky Some kids love adventure and dream of being and the MOBI ó a hero Ten year old Kyle Evans is not one of those kids but when a giant hole appears in his bedroom and swallows his mom a hero is what Kyle must become Kyle sets out on the journey of a lifetime and discovers along the way that Battle Droids are scarier than Search Droids Kranken are terrifying than either of these and you should never stand still near a Burgly Bug But important than any of this Kyle learns that sometimes a Kyle Evans PDF or cat is not just a cat Kyle Evans and the Key to the Universe is the first book in an exciting adventure trilogy that takes a boy his cat and his friend Sofia across the universe gradually revealing their amazing destiny.

8 thoughts on “Kyle Evans and the Key to the Universe

  1. Parker Parker says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book My favourite character is Bootles because he is a funny cat My least favourite character is the Commander because he wants to get Bootles My favourite part in this book is when Kyle and Bootles get sucked into a hole in Kyle's bedroom Then they find themselves in a spaceship This book contained lots of robots trying to find Bootles because he is a main pointkey to the storyline This book was very easy to follow It was pretty hard to put down because i really wanted to see what happened nextI rate this book 45 stars I would recommend this book to my friends and kids around my age 9 yrsI received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

  2. Today We Did Today We Did says:

    Today We DidKyle Evans is living a reasonably boring and safe life until a few weeks before his tenth birthday when a temporal vortex appears in his bedroom Then his life becomes very interesting indeed Spaceships vortex travel robots interesting and dangerous lifeforms metallic attack antsand a talking cat who is really an alien called Bootles Kyle is in for the adventure of a lifetimeAction and adventure right from the first few pages set the tone for this fast paced and engaging science fiction novel Excellent description accompanies good character development allowing me to feel like I could step right into the story The chapters are short; each leading neatly into the next keeping the story flowing along swiftly The cover threw me a bit as I couldn’t work out how a panther fit in with the story until I realised that Bootles was actually a black catRobots robots everywhere Search droids battle droids Kranken These last look like robotic ants but they come in a big nest and can morph together to change their appearance and abilities I really like this concept even though it made them terrifying The scenes at Kyle’s school were excitingI do love cats in literature Bootles is my favourite character he is witty brave loveable and resilient He is also affectionate and he made me laugh Kyle and Sofia displayed courage and curiosity and I liked them too I think Bootles was lucky to have them by his side While Bootles was really an alien hiding in the skin of a cat he acted uite a lot like a cat; rubbing himself against Kyle’s legs purring and hissing He had plenty of crazy ‘plans’ to help them escape danger too some of them were ingenious while others were overthought I love their escape from the zoo and Sofia’s ability to fly the spaceship was truly amazingThe Commander reminded me of the villain Dr Claw from the Inspector Gadget cartoons except his sidekick is a grey cloud instead of a fat cat We were only treated to glimpses of The Commander yet it was enough to know he is evil scary and powerful I really hope Bootles can stay out of his graspKyle Evans and the Key to the Universe is suitable for middle and upper primary school students This is the first book in the Kyle Evans series I am excited to follow Kyle in his next adventure along with Bootles and Sofia as they explore the universe and hopefully always stay one step ahead of The CommanderI received this book from the author who asked me for an honest review of this book I did not receive any other remuneration and the review is composed entirely of my own opinions

  3. Allies Opinions Allies Opinions says:

    This book was uniue because it’s main character isn’t looking to be a character in anythingever It’s not often that you find a main character who flinches from adventure but handles it so wellif reluctantly The pace of this story is perfect for it’s age group It continuously moves but not overwhelmingly so It’s a well paced series of interesting and exciting events that hold the readers attention without becoming tedious or expected After about halfway through the book you get the feeling that things are going to continue to be a bit hectic I enjoyed that there was a lot going on but it stayed originalOne of my favorite parts of the book is the zoo planet and it’s odd choice of zookeeper species If someone were to ask me what species of animal would be best for running a zoo I would think frogs would be last on my list If they were on my list at all Wonderful choice by the author Very unexpected I LOVE Bootles character He is witty and smart He is clever and self depreciating He is so complex That’s not an easy thing to achieve with a talking catalien He added so much to the story On top of everything I love about this book the thing that I have to say I am the most happy about is that as an adult I really enjoyed reading it I am actually really excited about the next book It is not easy to write a book for middle school kids that appeals to adults as wellTo see my full review check out my blog AlliesOpinions on Wordpress

  4. Stephanie Cover2CoverBlog Stephanie Cover2CoverBlog says:

    In July of last year I had the pleasure of reading a short story by Rob Hunt called Flicker and LOVED it I was so happy when he asked me to read his next book Kyle Evans and the Key to the Universe This book is a Middle Grade novel about a boy and his cat who is actually an alien from another planet The two get into the craziest schemes together all hinging on the fact that an evil Commander is looking for Bootles the cat alienThe draw of this book is the action You get into it almost immediately and it does not stop so the reader wants to keep reading until the book is done It was fast paced and the characters are likable The fantasy elements of the story are wild and imaginative and it really lends to the overall feel of the book It was very funI read this book in one sitting the chapters are fairly short it is only about 160 pages long and does include some artwork The story was creative and action packed and I think young readers will really enjoy it And really who doesn't love a talking alien cat?

  5. Courtney Courtney says:

    I thoroughly enjoy reading these type of children books for they always teach my children an important life lesson in a simple and easy way that they can understand It's important for children today to have morals and the only way that they will obtain them is if they are taught from a young age

  6. Paulette Waters Paulette Waters says:

    I really enjoyed the book I will be reading of your writing This will be one of my favorite rearead books

  7. Tonja Drecker Tonja Drecker says:

    This is a story with all sorts of unexpected surprises lurking behind every corner some seeming harmless at firstbut looks can be deceivingKyle is pulled into the adventure of a lifetime the minute the first chapter begins Concerned about his all of a sudden disappeared mom he leaps through a portal with his pet cat Bootles only to discover that life is not what it seems He's in over his head in a galactic man huntor cat huntKyle is a fun kid who takes things pretty well in stride His thoughts and actions are completely understandable even when danger abounds There's friendship and trust among the uirkiness as this book head starts a series which is sure to be a lot of fun And who knows where it will take Kyle next But the character who really catches the attention is Bootles Not only is the story sometimes told from his point of view but who doesn't love a talking cat?There are so many interesting and fun alien creations from Battle Droids to Krankens and Each one is well described and exactly the kind of things readers will wish they got a chance to see for themselves The illustrations sprinkled in between are an added bonus which I always love to see in literature for this age groupThere isn't much time to stop for breathers because Kyle and Bootles have their hands full and when Sophia joins the picture the action really gets under way If you're looking for character depth or lots of thought this won't be the book for you but is rather something for adventure fans who love a fantastical wild rideSummed up This is an action packed alien adventure for readers ages 8 to around 10 It's an easy short read and will especially appeal to reluctant readers I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review

  8. Jessica Headlee Jessica Headlee says:

    I was given a free copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review If you wish to read the entire review please visit my blog Of Books and Pen25Overall I believe that this book would be an interesting read for young readers There’s a lot of action and fun illustrations to go along with the story that would entertain them for a while This may prove to be a good gift to any child though probably those ten or younger It would be especially good for any young reader that may be interested in Sci fi literature because I believe that it serves as a great gateway book to other science fiction novels There’s no overall message with this story not even a minor lesson This is just basically a way to keep kids uiet for a few hours or For anyone older than ten this may prove to be a difficult read The dialogue is unnatural and the characters don’t really fit together as well as they should There are other story elements that are a bit subpar that older readers would pick up on rather uickly For people with experience with page layout and design don’t pick this book up because it will drive you insane just looking at it

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