Paperback ✓ Ultimate Justice PDF Ú

Paperback ✓ Ultimate Justice PDF Ú

Ultimate Justice (White Gates #2) ➳ [Read] ➮ Ultimate Justice (White Gates #2) By Trevor Stubbs ➾ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk In Ultimate Justice, the second in the White Gates Adventure series, rejoin Jack and Jalli, Momori and Matilda from Trevor Stubbs first novel The Kicking Tree Meet their children growing up on Planet In Ultimate Justice, the second in the White Gates Adventure series, rejoin Jack and Jalli, Momori and Matilda from Trevor Stubbs first novel The Kicking Tree Meet their children growing up on Planet Joh as they once again travel the universe to previously undiscovered worlds through the white gates the Creator provides for them Each adventure is a task to bring some kind of hope to people they have never met as well as some they already have Anyone from the age ofwill be able to relate to one or of the characters in Ultimate Justice Perhaps you take after Jalli, now a mother of teenage children, or Kakko her impatient daughter Maybe you see yourself in Shaun, keen to get into the first team, or studious Bandi who, at the age of fourteen, meets Plato and the philosophers for the first time Some will identify with the older generation, while others know what it is to be disabled like Jack Young or old, quick or thoughtful, adventurous or down to earth each has their own role to play in the Creator s universe In Ultimate Justice there is adventure, action, relationship, and exploration outwards to the stars, but also inwards, to what makes us who we really are and what we can become.


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10 thoughts on “Ultimate Justice (White Gates #2)

  1. Sarah Black Sarah Black says:

    From Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.This book teaches the reader to accept their losses and mourn without blaming God for the issues they are facing as they learn that God is suffering along with them, it has a strong Christian base in this book.I liked parts of this book, but it didn t meet my expectations I felt like the book could have been so muchI enjoyed the characters, I felt that they were well written It was just the story was very slow pace I m sure that a lot of From Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.This book teaches the reader to accept their losses and mourn without blaming God for the issues they are facing as they learn that God is suffering along with them, it has a strong Christian base in this book.I liked parts of this book, but it didn t meet my expectations I felt like the book could have been so muchI enjoyed the characters, I felt that they were well written It was just the story was very slow pace I m sure that a lot of people will enjoy this book, but it just wasn t for me


  2. Myrthe Myrthe says:

    I received a free copy from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.Let s start with saying that this isn t a bad book Apart from some small aspects, it s very well written and the story is really unique It just didn t work out for me Ultimate Justice is the second installment in the White Gates series I did not read the first book, however I could still follow most of Ultimate Justice The story follows a family who sometimes can travel the universe through portals I received a free copy from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.Let s start with saying that this isn t a bad book Apart from some small aspects, it s very well written and the story is really unique It just didn t work out for me Ultimate Justice is the second installment in the White Gates series I did not read the first book, however I could still follow most of Ultimate Justice The story follows a family who sometimes can travel the universe through portals in the form of white gates It mixes sci fi with a quiet family story, their bonds and the developments that the different characters make.Perhaps the family aspect was why I couldn t really relate to this story Perhaps the continuing presence of God, who appeared at almost every page, was what annoyed me a bit I can t even put my finger onto it, it just didn t really work out for me.I don t think this story is meant for a YA audience, for there are chapters from the perspective of the parents which i found annoying Trevor Stubbs wanted his book to appeal to all audiences from ages 14 In my opinion, that just doesn t work out I enjoyed some chapters, but not all of them and I had troubles finishing this story.What I really did like about this book was the thought that was put unto it Trevor Stubbs tackled loads of important ethical questions that bother me too, and I got loads of new brain food to think about.In the summary, it says that everyone from the age of 14 can relate to someone and I think that is true I could relate most to Bandi, the 14 year old boy who loves reading and philosophy and prefers thinking above stuff like sports Everything considered, I would recommend this to anyone that loves both God and sci fi books and is not afraid to read a book that combines the two


  3. Chiara Chiara says:

    Let me start this review saying that I didn t read the first book in the series and that I don t even know why I had this on my Netgalley s shelf But, I read it anyway because I felt like I couldn t just give up on it and not read it I thought about reading the first book and then go on with the second, but I have so many books to read that I just couldn t This is a story about a family that travel around worlds thanking to white gates, which are some kind of portals This wasn t a bad book, Let me start this review saying that I didn t read the first book in the series and that I don t even know why I had this on my Netgalley s shelf But, I read it anyway because I felt like I couldn t just give up on it and not read it I thought about reading the first book and then go on with the second, but I have so many books to read that I just couldn t This is a story about a family that travel around worlds thanking to white gates, which are some kind of portals This wasn t a bad book, it was well written and the whole world building was quite clear and unique, but I think something was missing Something was too much instead There were chapters with the prospective of the parents that I should have appreciated, but I found them boring and annoying I liked the presence of God, as a Christian, but maybe for people that don t believe in God as much as I do, it wouldn t be a good thing, even though an author should always follow his heart.I m not sure if I d recommend this to anyone, maybe to my little sister But maybe it was just because I didn t read the first book, so something that s why was missing


  4. Anne Monteith Anne Monteith says:

    I had a hard time finishing this book, it s not that it was bad it s not, but it isn t great either The author spent a lot of time and thought into his series, he tackles several issues that I have trouble with and I found myself pondering his views and that is one of the reasons that I rated it as I did As a Christian I didn t have a problem with his Christian theme but there are others that will This unique story is a mix of sci fi, family bonds and religion and while it was okay there was I had a hard time finishing this book, it s not that it was bad it s not, but it isn t great either The author spent a lot of time and thought into his series, he tackles several issues that I have trouble with and I found myself pondering his views and that is one of the reasons that I rated it as I did As a Christian I didn t have a problem with his Christian theme but there are others that will This unique story is a mix of sci fi, family bonds and religion and while it was okay there was sometime when I was bored and felt that something was missing.3.25 5 STARS I want to thank the author and or publisher for providing me with a copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review all opinions are mine


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