reviewed by Keerthi Rajesh
Jim takes his grandson Logan on a journey back to where the remains of the last huia bird are buried. Jim takes Logan to where he used to live 60 years ago. It is a dangerous mission and a adventure full of discoveries.
I like the cover. When I look at it, it tells me that there is an adventure waiting ahead.
There is a feud between the Carsons and the Whitackers. This makes the story extra interesting. The is a lot of descriptive language throughout the story.
I quite liked the book. It tells us about our country and about how the last huia bird disappeared. Unlike other books this one vividly describes every detail and by doing that, it lets you see deep into Project Huia. This book to me sounds like its buyers will be adventurers and like mystery books.