Published November 11th 2015
For fourteen-year-old Phillip, it has meant having to stay hidden, unable to use his gift of moving through maps to search for his missing father. But the arrival of a stranger named Delroy brings unexpected opportunity, for Delroy is a man with the ability to travel worlds hidden within our own and he was sent by Phillip’s father. Now Phillip will do everything he can to find his dad, even if it means tricking Delroy into helping him or a quest through those hidden worlds.
Even if leaving home means Martin can now find him…
The Worlds Traveler is definitely one of the more interesting and unique books that I’ve read this year and I really enjoyed it for the most part.
I was kind of confused and I felt like something was missing. I didn’t know until I’d finished the book and was reading other reviews that this is actually the second book in the series. Not only is this book not marketed as a sequel, I didn’t see anywhere that this is the second book. I think I would have liked this book so much more if I had read the first book.
Overall, I did really like this book but if I had read the first book before hand, I think I would have liked it a lot more. It’s still a really fun read though.