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    One of my favourite middle grade series!

    If you were around in June when I did my series starter challenge, you'll remember that Kevin Sylvester's MiNRS was one of the titles I worked my way through that month. He made it through my bookish Survivor and I was SO excited to get my hands on the second book! The first book left my heart racing with the last few lines. MiNRS 2 picks up with the same narrative. There's a new group of enemies out to get the brave group and this time they have to be even more cunning in their attempts to evade the Landers. As you can imagine, however, tension mounts and it's far from easy for the kids to stick together and formulate a plan to deal with the invaders. I love how Kevin has his characters work through their fear, mistrust, prejudices, etc. throughout the story in an attempt to outwit their attackers. One thing that I think is incredibly important for kids, teens, and even adults is learning to work with others. One lesson I have been taught over and over is that you don't necessarily have to like who you're working with (whether on a group project, a teams, or in the work force) but you do have to get the work done. As was expected, there was also lots of scheming, plotting, blowing things up, and a couple epic battles. Christopher and Co. get into so many tight corners I lost count. Any time things start to slow down, someone comes up with a reconnaissance or they get found and have to go on the run. I was still fully invested in the well-being of all the characters in the MiNRS crew so, naturally, my heart raced every time the excitement escalated. My connections and concerns about the well-being of characters is a large part of my reading experience so I'm always happy when I can continue those feels in subsequent books.
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    MiNRS 2

    It was a really good book. I think that you should read the first in the seires first though. Science fiction readers will love it
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