On Al’s 12th birthday, he gets a hamster, and a letter from his dad. His dead dad. After travelling (and breaking in) to his old house, Al uncovers his father’s life’s work- a time machine! I liked this book because it was jam- packed full of paradoxes, theories, and science- I didn’t know there was a special theory of relativity!- although it got a bit tedious and stretched- out towards the end, as though the writer had to write a certain number of pages. This book is recommended to anyone who likes science or comedy.
S.E.T. age 11