Time Jumpers (Five Kingdoms, #5) by Brandon Mull

Time Jumpers (Five Kingdoms, #5)

Trapped in a world where magic is powerful and dreams are real, Cole’s epic adventure comes to a close in book five of the New York Times bestselling “fanciful, action-packed adventure” series (Publishers Weekly, starred review), from the author of the Fablehaven and Beyonders series. Cole and his friends are pushed to the limit in this finale to the bestselling Five Kingdoms series. Will they finally be able to restore magic to the world o...

Details Time Jumpers (Five Kingdoms, #5)

TitleTime Jumpers (Five Kingdoms, #5)
Release DateMar 13th, 2018
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Childrens, Middle Grade, Science Fiction, Time Travel

Reviews Time Jumpers (Five Kingdoms, #5)

  • kazually
    i really liked this book and the plot. i felt as if this book moved at an extremely fast pace and how Cole could energize Violet, a Wayminder, (a Wayminder can open wayports to other places and if you go through the wayport, you end up at that place) so that she could open many wayports after a short period of time with no rest. it kinda felt like this was used as a crutch to let them go to different places really quickly because they had to do i...
  • MoonWyvern
    This book is brilliant! We follow Cole as he tries to defeat an enemy who threatens the Outskirts while finding his friends who've been kidnapped and a way home. Brandon Mull is a genius with words, and messing with people's minds, especially mine! For any of you who like middle-grade fantasy reads, you'll be sure to enjoy this!
  • TweenBookBlog
    Why Brandon Mull Why this fall why I want it now
  • Jessica Miller
    Don’t mind me, I’m just over here crying over the end of the series. 😎
  • Anne
    This was a great conclusion to this series, and totally worth the wait.I had given the 1st 2 books in this series 5 stars, but the 3rd & 4th books were not as good (IMO).Then having to wait 2 years for this final book?? I wasn't sure I would even continue the series.But I am so glad I did.I think it's time to go back and re-read the entire series.My opinion of the 4th book (my lowest rated with only 3 stars) might change.But this book was a great...
  • Parzival
    Even though I haven't even read this yet, I'm sure Brandon Mull will deliver 5-star material once more.
  • Thomas Merrell Wonnacott
    It was definitely better than Death Weavers, but still wasn't Mull's best book. The climax was not nearly as dramatic as it should've been, too many excuses made for Cole to be the one to do ANYTHING important, it felt too rushed, and finally, the ending left me just... "WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO ME BRANDON MULL!!" I still loved the book though, it made everything seem hopeless and then good triumphed, it's just not Mull's best.
  • Rachael
    This was a good solid finish to the series. I don’t reread when the next book comes out, so I’m sure I didn’t catch as much as someone who takes the time to refresh. It might have been because of that that the first third wasn’t as interesting to me. Or because I only read short chunks at a time until I was captive on a long flight. It got better after that. :)This is a 4/5 stars for the genre. Not books in general. ;) Brandon Mull is som...
  • Crystal
    I thoroughly enjoyed the way Brandon Mull finished this series. I had a hard time putting it down, and it got exciting right from the start.I do not know how he so cleverly creates his worlds, but he does a great job. I have read almost all his published novels and enjoy them often.I look forward to reading more of your work as you publish it, Brandon. You are blessed with this gift and I am glad you share it with the world.
  • Suzanne Maley
    A very satisfying end to the Five Kingdoms series. The final battle with Ramarro was a surprise. The different kingdoms were well developed and each was unique. The characters, live and echoes, were well constructed. The story line flowed making it just as enjoyable as the Fablehaven series. I do enjoy reading Brandon Mull’s books.
  • Tirzah
    Despite my confusion with the time traveling and keeping track of all the characters, I enjoyed the final installment to The Five Kingdoms. It was a fun series to read and I am a little sad it is over, but now this gives Brandon Mull more time to continue the Dragonwatch series!*I've only read this once. I don't think I will ever understand this re-reading feature.
  • Cari
    I was not crazy about this series to begin with. I picked up the second book reluctantly. With each book the story got better and better. I could not wait 'till the release of this 5th and final book in the series. It did not disappoint. It was a fantastic ending to a captivating series.
  • Teresa
    This was probably my favorite book in the series. The author did a good job at tying ends together. Cole had to make a lot of tough choices like we all have to do at times. I really liked new characters that were introduced. I like the theme that there can be hope even in the darkest of times.
  • Sydney
    Great conclusion to the Five Kingdoms series. It left me wanting more and had a very bittersweet ending. Brandon Mull, you need to write a sequel series to this!
  • Daniel
    Not a bad set of stories, but Fablehaven is still my favorite series by Mull.
  • Daniel
    Good wrap up to the series, I would skip the epilogue though - felt like a let down in it.
  • Andrew
    Great book, took me 8 months to get it, but it was so worth it. lot of suspense, and unexpected surprises. Cole got his power to work again, and it made the book really interesting to see how his powers could defeat Ramorro.
  • Avrie B.
    Time Jumpers by Brandon Mull is the fifth book in the series Five Kingdoms. It is about a boy named Cole who was taken from earth into a different world, and all he wants is to get back home. He discovers he has a rare ability, and with the help of his friends, he wants to try to get back home. During the story, Cole and his other friends have to track down the last princess and stop the toriver Ramarro from breaking free and destroying the world...
  • Gayle
    A wonderful conclusion to this series! My kids have loved this as well and although the epilogue has a touch of sadness to it, I can't complain about how everything worked out in this magical realm.
  • Brady
    I CAN'T WAIT FOR MARCH FIRST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Dan
    Check out my blog, One Man Book ClubThe Value of a Star: Ratings ExplainedOne thing's for sure: Brandon Mull knows how to write for kids.Fablehaven. Beyonders. The Candyshop Wars.All winners.Five Kingdoms? Yep. It's a winner--at least, it is if you can get past the annoying to embrace the fun.The Five Kingdoms is a five-book series:Book 1: Sky RaidersBook 2: The Rogue KnightBook 3: Crystal Keepers Book 4: Death WeaversBook 5: Time JumpersCole is ...
  • Justin Barnard
    I started Reading the Five Kingdoms series a little over 2 years ago and overall I enjoyed it. This book wasn't bad by any stretch of the imagination but following on one of the best paced and well constructed books of its type I've read in Death Weavers. I found this one lacking. The world building that was so predominant in the other books was lost in this one as we finally reach Creon. we are rushed through this new place and are never really ...
  • Mark Buxton
    My name is Cole, and it's inevitable that Ramarro will escape the Void and conquer all the kingdoms. My powers are slowly coming back since I've left the echolands, and I am the only one who might have a chance at stopping him. With the help of a Wayminder named Violet, I'm able to instantly travel anywhere in the Five Kingdoms with my friends Mira, Jace, and Twitch. We're searching for two Grand Shapers named Lorenzo and Kendo Rattan who are rum...
  • JacobS
    Five Kingdoms Time Jumpers, by Brandon Mull, is an exceptional book that ended the phenomenal series of Five Kingdoms. This book is about Cole and the rest of the gang trying to prevent a torivor from escaping a prison that Cole had put him in the last book. It is a race to save the Five Kingdoms. They try to recruit as many wayminders as possible to help defeat the torivor named Rammaro once he escapes. Cole also is told a rumor of how to get ho...
  • Michael Schwartz
    After a years delay for this book, its hard to believe the series is coming to an end. Brandon Mull has written some great books such as the Fablehaven series, but this one has a special blend to it.After surviving the echo lands, Cole has little time to stop the Torivor Ramarro from escaping the temporary prison he locked him in during the events of the previous book. As he and his friends struggle to find a solution, Cole must rely on both new ...