How did I get it?:
Received from publisher for the blog tour. Many thanks to Scholastic
The Rules: if you find a secret inventory of utterly deadly battle tech.
1) Do not try it.
2) Do not tell anyone.
3) Do NOT let thieves in behind you.
What’s more secret than top-secret? The Inventory. Home to the deadliest inventions the world isn’t ready for. Invisible camouflage. HoverBoots. Indestructible metals. Plus a giant creature of chaos: war robot Iron Fist. No one has ever broken past the state-of-the-art AI security system. (Seriously, most bad guys have no idea this stuff is even there.)
Problem 1: the security robot wasn’t ready for a gang of kids wandering in.
Problem 2: they’ve ONLY brought the ruthless Shadow Helix gang in behind them. Seriously dumb, but it’s a bit late for ‘sorry’.
Say hello to trouble: the Iron Fist is in the wrong hands!
First of all, I’d like to thank Faye for arranging this blog tour and inviting me to be a part of it.
Iron Fist centres around The Inventory. It’s a place in which some amazing inventions and technology exists. These inventions are so advanced that they could be deadly. In the inventory, there’s a giant robot Iron Fist. No one has ever broke through this fantastic security system. However, Iron Fist wasn’t ready for a bunch of kids to go in. Once the kids and a notorious gang are through the AI security system, Iron Fist is put in the wrong hands. Then the adventure, or some might say trouble, really begins!
I was immediately pulled into this story which I thought was a gripping read. It was action-packed from the start. I think it’s brilliant when an opening chapter can instantly capture your attention. That’s an especially important quality in a middle grade story. Even though this book is aimed at a middle grade audience, I truly believe it’s a book that will be enjoyed by many. It’s fast-paced, action packed and enjoyable to read. It barely took me any time at all to tear through it. This book is an exciting read which I believe will be enjoyed by many fans of middle grade with an adventurous edge!
Would I recommend it?: