Lost In Babylon

Lost In Babylon

Paperback - 2014
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Percy Jackson meets Indiana Jones in the New York Times bestselling epic adventure Seven Wonders! Lost in Babylon is the second book in a seven-book series by master storyteller Peter Lerangis. This sequel to the bestselling The Colossus Rises chronicles Jack McKinley and his friends as they carry on their mission to save their lives--and the world--by locating seven magic orbs called Loculi, which are hidden in the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. After defeating the Colossus of Rhodes and capturing the first of the Loculi, their friend Marco has disappeared. With no leads, no clues, and no one else to turn to, the kids have no choice but to trust Professor Bhegad and the Karai Institute again as they head off to Babylon.

Rick Riordan, author of the Percy Jackson series, praised Seven Wonders Book 1: The Colossus Rises as "a high-octane mix of modern adventure and ancient secrets. Young readers will love this story. I can't wait to see what's next in the Seven Wonders series!"

Publisher: New York : Harper, 2014
ISBN: 9780062070449


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This is a pretty good book.

Jan 31, 2018

An interesting read. It's a shame about Marco, though. I could totally see what was going on.
Overall, very good.
Oh, my stars. I forgot Daria. She's such a nice character. I would really have liked to learn more about her.

Aug 02, 2015

SUMMARY: Marco has disappeared with the first of seven Loculus needed to possibly cure the four select teens who have the gene that will kill them by age fourteen. Jack, and the other two set out to find him. Following clues, the gang ends up in another ancient wonder, the lost city of Babylon, where another loculus is supposed to be stored. After many trials and tribulations as well as a run in with the enemy, the gang changes in a way none of them expects.

THE GOOD: This story was more riveting than the first. I was caught up in where was Marco and what was he up to. All along you know he is up to something, but not what actually happens. New characters enter the scene which adds interest. Again, there is plenty of predictability, but it was still exciting and never stopped me from wanting to know what happens next. There were tons of plot twists that kept me going. I listened to this on audio CD and the reader did a much better job than book one. Again, there was more about Babylon, time warps and numbers than I was interested in, but that is what will make many preteens and teens fall in love with this series.
THE NOT AS GOOD: I felt like this story was a little bit too long and occasionally took one too many turns (probably to set up the next book). I felt the author could have cut a little of the extra fat off the story and made it even better. Again there was quite a bit of violence and destruction as well as death and cruelty.

AGE RECOMMENDATION: GRADES 5-9 due to maturity and violence

Nhan Cao
Apr 27, 2015

just read the book it's pretty good.

elizabethfulop Dec 16, 2014



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Feb 11, 2015

Kaelan thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 13

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