Simon Bloom: The Octopus Effect
In "Simon Bloom, The Gravity Keeper," Simon Bloom and his friends used the Book of Physics to narrowly defeat villainess Sirabetta. Now Simon's nemesis, stuck as a helpless thirteen-year-old, wants revenge. In this exciting sequel, Simon and company must enter the mysterious undersea realm of the Order of Biology to fi nd Sirabetta before she can restore her powers. Aided by old allies and some new ones, the kids struggle with fi erce beasts, dangerous enemies, and their own evolving abilities. Blending humor, suspense, and science?and throwing new octopus powers into the mix?Michael Reisman brings us another outstandingly original adventure.
- Hardback | 360 pages
- 147.32 x 210.82 x 33.02mm | 476.27g
- 11 Jun 2009
- Dutton Books
- New York, NY, United States
About Michael Reisman
Michael Reisman lives in Los Angeles, California.
Our customer reviews
Simon Bloom and his friends have a cool job. They are part of the Physics Guild, for which Simon is the co-keeper of the Teacher's Edition of the Book of Physics. They have the ability to use formulas to control the different laws of physics and get to use them to save the world or just have a fun day in the park. Things take a turn for the worst, however, when the Order of Sciences decide that there can only be one Keeper of the Physics Guild. To make matters worse, Sirabetta, the tattooed, formula-wielding villain from the first book, SIMON BLOOM: THE GRAVITY KEEPER, has escaped to Biology World and is bent on taking over the world again! Will Simon be able to save the world from Sirabetta? Will he remain the keeper of the Physics Guild? This book is fast-paced, entertaining, and fun to read. The characters are well-developed, the plot is unique, and the humor throughout the book is well worth the read. Lovers of science fiction, fantasy, and adventure will enjoy reading this series. *Gold Star Award Winner!show moreby TeensReadToo