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

Reviews Time Jumpers (Five Kingdoms, #5)

  • 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. 😎
  • Parzival
    Even though I haven't even read this yet, I'm sure Brandon Mull will deliver 5-star material once more.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • Brady
    I CAN'T WAIT FOR MARCH FIRST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • 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 ...
  • Nick Burrows
    Sentimentally, I want to give this book five stars because I loved this series. Fablehaven and the Beyonders were fantastic, but the Five Kingdoms will endure as one of my favorite series of all time. However, the conclusion wasn’t as strong as its companions. I loved that they revisited most of the other worlds, but really wished there had been a trip to Zeropolis. I also didn’t like how Dalton and Hunter were afterthoughts until the last qu...
  • Neurocomp
    i haven't rated any of Mull's books below a 5 before but i'd like to rate this 3.5. Liked the series too much to give it a 3, and the book was still a good read so 4 stars it is.I felt the book was short and i definitely don't like books that use time travelling (forecasting is ok)I was expecting epic battles across teh kingdoms...a battle of the Ages like the Avengers movie (or even harry potter). Or at least biggers roles from Hunter ,Mira and ...
  • Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*
    Mull, Brandon Time Jumpers (Five Kingdoms #5), 434 pages. Aladdin (Simon), 2018. Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: PG.Cole and his friends an allies are desperate – the torivor Ramarro has escaped his prison. He has been temporarily trapped inside a time loop in Creon, but he will break free at any moment. Unless they can find the final princess and a few other very powerful allies, and put together at least the glimmer of a plan, not o...
  • Samfriday
    It was a long wait for this book, the finale in a series of 5 and it was most definitely worth the wait. Cole must now face up to his biggest challenge yet and face the torivor Ramarro who is intent on getting free and destroying the 5 kingdoms.This final book is fast paced and Cole learns a lot more about his powers and gathers around support. We see some new characters plus some we have met before which I really liked. There is time travel in t...
  • Karissa
    This was an excellent conclusion to this series. Most of the time in this book is spent in Creon, the fifth world, where time travelers live. We do get to visit all the kingdoms again and all of our beloved characters play a role in finishing off the evil torevor. We also finally get to meet Elegance, the last sister, and track down her elusive power. I really enjoyed this and felt like it wrapped up the series nicely. The book keeps you guessing...
  • Gracia Romaine
    Great end to an amazing series! The whole book is amazing! And I’m not sure how Brandon Mull fit just enough information into Time Jumpers and still kept me interested. The whole story line was like a roller coaster, but a fun roller coaster. The plot was kind of hard to follow. It was constantly changing. And once Cole got one problem solved another would occur. I think the characters made up for that. Speaking of characters. The new and ol...
  • Kamil L
    After several years, this series is finally complete. And it absolutely broke my heart. Despite some people thinking the climax was anticlimactic, I thought it was fabulous and full of suspense. But in the end, the climax is only one part of the book. The real story that this book tells, is what is told not in words, but through the words. Brandon Mull's message that he sends through this book, and this series, is one that is definitely worth und...
  • Danielle
    That was a fantastic ending! Oh my god.I was actually tearing up in the end, which I never expected from this series. It's definitely not my favorite of Brandon Mull's series, but this was fantastic. The stakes were high and the ending was believable and incredibly satisfying. The epilogue was a really nice touch, too.[Spoiler] I also really liked that Cole didn't get his perfect ending. He lost his memory of the Outskirts and although his friend...
  • Heather
    Amazing end to a fantastic series!What an amazing way to end a series! I sure will miss Cole, Mira, Jace, Hunter, Dalton, Twitch and even the newest character Violet! This book drew me in from the first pages and wouldn’t let go till the very end! There were many twists and turns throughout! It was interesting to see Cole come into his own and be the hero he never thought he’d be! His humility is what makes him a great unsung hero! We need mo...
  • Zoe Mae
    I only cried a lot. I honestly expected to cry because its the last book of a series and its been such an adventure and its always sad when things have to end. However, I not only cried because this amazing book series came to a close but because the ending was really sad. Completely out of the blue sad. All in all this book lived up to my exceptions and it was a perfectly tragic ending to the Five Kingdoms. The only thing I would've changed was ...
  • Jason Myers
    This book is a extremly well written conclusion to this amazing fanatsy mystery series.It captivates your attention page to page and feels like your embarking on this adventure with the characters. As they face challenges new and old and discover things they could only dream of being possible. I applaud the fact that there was so much fore thought put into the plot and how the characters responded as events unravled before them. This series is a ...
  • Rick Stuckwisch
    A fantastic and fascinating conclusion to an epic series. We ended up having to wait awhile for this final book in the Five Kingdoms series, but it was well worth the wait. The writing is terse and moves the story forward with an almost breathless energy. The whole series has been engaging, but this final installment deals with the whole concept of time travel in a fresh and interesting way. A satisfying finale from one of our family favorite aut...
  • Ellie C.
    Time Jumpers is the fifth installment in Brandon Mull's Five Kingdoms series. In this book Cole travels to Creon, where he must use time and space to his advantage to restore Elegance her power and stop Nazeem/Ramarro once and for alll.The theme of this novel is definitely friendship. After going on four adventures with his friends, Cole, Jace, Mira, and many others are tighter than anything. But internal conflict arises when they all love each o...
  • Lori Field
    I really wasn't sure if Mull could bring together all the Five Kingdoms books, various story lines, and his dispersed characters in his final installment (without it being 1000 pages long). He did it! He really helped the characters develop their full potential. He brought them all together for the final adventure and brought the story lines to conclusion. I continue to be impressed with Brandon Mull and I'm excited to continue with his Dragonwat...
  • Yapha
    Very good finale to the Five Kingdoms series. As action packed as the first four books, this fifth and final book about Cole, Jace, Mira, and friends wraps up the Five Kingdoms series in a way that will satisfy fans of the series. Although at times the dialogue seems stilted, the world building stays consistent and engaging throughout. Highly recommended for fans of the series, grades 4 & up. Must read the series in order.
  • Kyle
    If you’re reading this, I’ll assume you have read all of the other books in the series; therefore I won’t talk of setting, and I won’t have any spoilers. Brandon Mull sets up the conclusion superbly, laying groundwork for plot devices that he uses later in the story. His characters are still amazing, and complex. The entire book is exciting from start to finish, which helped me finish it the day I got it in the mail.
  • Daniel Shellenbarger
    A wonderful conclusion to the Five Kingdoms stories; as with Beyonders, Brandon Mull shows that he not only knows how to build up a story but how to end it as well. It's sad to see an end to Cole's adventures in the Outskirts, but I can't think of a more fitting way to bring the series to a close. Hopefully we haven't seen the last of the Outskirts.
  • Nate
    This book is amazing! It is one of my all-time favorite books. It finishes the series well and it helps to deepen the story line a lot. But, the epilogue really ruins the book, at least that is what I think about it.