doc ñ Brainwalker ↠ ebook read Û robyn mundell

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Oes what any teen would do wander into the particle accelerator and accidentally get transported through a wormhole It doesn’t take long for Bernard to realize he’s in deep trouble Not only did the wormhole drop him in the middle of a civil war over a depleted resource but the battle is actually taking place inside his father’s brain Bernard has one chance to save the dying side of his father’s creative br As a first Young Adult novel of the writing team of Mundell Lacast we are drawn into Bernard's sensory and atmospheric world with great hopes that there will be a series of journeys to follow Not unlike experiencing Avatar in a 3D IMAX theater this exciting and provocative novel includes characters both in Bernard's outer and inner worlds and images of such dimension the reader cannot help but feel fully INVITED into this fantastical storyline Because of the writing style of BRAINWALKER the reader is allowed ample space to join in every detail sensory perception then I remembered Mom telling me empty space wasn't really empty it was filled with possibilitiesWhat I like the best about BRAINWALKER is that it employs a uniuely therapeutic modality into each page into each inhale exhale of a reader's journey that eually caresses and stimulates one's mind and heart rate Too often in Young Adult novels we as readers are told what to think or offered predictable characters and inevitable outcomes Not so with this writing team they artistically point to possibilities in the most poetic way We FEEL the piece without working at it and instead join in the journey effortlessly and in anticipation of each next turn of eventsThe novel's characters are fully developed and exhibit their challenges as well as redemptive ualities making them easily relatable to all agesIn fact so broad and important are this novel's messages I strongly feel it ought to be mandatory school reading for tweensteens across the country

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BrainwalkerAin from the tyrannical left side Can he use his outside the box thinking to save his father’s life?Brainwalker is a young adult sci fi fantasy novel that turns the world of neuroscience on its head If you like incredible fantasy worlds fast paced entertainment and the human mind then you’ll love Robyn Mundell and Stephan Lacast’s amazing journey inside the brain Buy Brainwalker to help the mind survive toda Brainwalker was a very exciting and clever book featuring a boy who finds himself in his dad's brain with the opportunity to save him from his decreasing creativity and mental flexibility I would describe the plot as fast paced imaginative and adventurous With both elements of actual brain anatomy as well as fantastical components the setting for the novel is mostly the inside of the protagonist's father's brain the Brainiverse Mundell and Lacast introduce science terms and facts amidst the science fiction throughout the book that could spur an interest in science among their audience I could definitely have seen my upper elementarymiddle school self having enjoyed this book Overall this was an entertaining read and I rate it 45 stars I received a free copy from Netgalley to review

Robyn Mundell ä Brainwalker doc

doc ñ Brainwalker ↠ ebook read Û robyn mundell É One teen’s incredible journey may just blow his father’s mindFourteen year old Bernard thinks outside the box The only problem is that neither his school nor his ultra rational physicist father appreciate his uniue ideas When he reacts to a stressful situatOne teen’s incredible journey may just blow his father’s mindFourteen year old Bernard thinks outside the box The only problem is that neither his school nor his ultra rational physicist father appreciate his uniue ideas When he reacts to a stressful situation at school by mooning the class his suspension sends him straight to his father’s workplace After his frustrated father leaves him unattended Bernard d Brainwalker revolves around Bernard a boy who is just a character After finding some trouble at school he accompanies his father to work and gets into even trouble Particularly Bernard entering a wormhole sending him to his father's brain What I truly love most about this story is Bernard is not “a bad kid” or “class clown” He is a talented creative boy who just has not been given the best opportunities or outlets to really shine This story had me wondering is this for teens or adults? It is such a charming story for both For teens it is very creative adventurous science y and something I would think most kids could relate too For adults I can see parents reflecting on their own childhood remembering their creative selves thinking about their kids and where their inner artist went Similar to pixar where both teens and adults can enjoy the entertainment alike and both get something out of it Another small bonus is you may just learn a bit of science