Joe plays as left back in soccer, Kim plays rugby, Craig plays tennis, Ajit plays cricket and Jess is a runner. All of them think that they are no good at their sport. Five scouts come to look at them and think they have the potential to become a sports superstar.
They are sent to an academy disguised as an island. But the person who owns the academy is called Viktor. His brother Aston owns another island. The brothers each think their island is better. A bet is placed that if one team wins, that owner gets the other island.
I liked the way they clicked their fingers and something will pop up. I recommend this book for 6-13 year olds. I give this book six out of ten. There was nothing I disliked about it.
By Harry (10)
“Atlantis United” by Gerard Siggins, published by O’Brien Press, is now on sale for €12.99.
Disclaimer: This book was provided by the publisher, O’Brien Press, free of charge to Seomra Ranga for the purposes of this review