5 stars for Agent Sam Carter and the Mystery at High Pointe Tower by @donnavstone #mglit #bookreview
Title: Agent Sam Carter and the Mystery at High Pointe Tower
Author: D. V. Stone
Genre: Middle-Grade Paranormal
Join the gang in the second Agent Sam Carter series. Sam's camping vacation is canceled. Strange happenings at the High Pointe Tower are going to take all his wits and skill to save the world from its latest threat. The convergence of the Dragon Aurora and volcanic eruption tears a hole between the dimensions trapping a paranormal creature on earthside. But as usual, nothing is as it first appears.
Agent Sam Carter investigates all things paranormal for a government agency known as G.A.S.P. (Government Anti Spector Program). When an ‘incident’ takes place, his vacation plans go up in smoke. Or do they? Mixing business with pleasure, he enjoys camping with Molly and his uncle and aunt. While camping, Sam treks up to investigate High Pointe Tower to see what’s going on. What he discovers is a trapped mythical creature, desperate to get home again. But there’s another group who want to use the creature for their own evil plans. Can Sam and Molly reverse the dimensional rift to return the creature before it’s too late?
The Mystery of High Pointe Tower is such a fun paranormal adventure. While it’s aimed at middle-grade readers, it’s suitable for YA and even adult readers, too. The characters and the witty banter move the plot as does the mystery. D.V. Stone has a talent for paranormal adventure stories and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The plot twists are a little predictable but will be appealing to middle-grade readers. Sam is a very relatable character to kids. This wholesome story is the perfect length with a pleasant ending. There’s room for a lot more adventures for Agent Sam Carter and friends and I, for one, can’t wait to read more. Highly recommend!
My Rating: 5 stars
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