Tristan Strong Destroys The World

Tristan Strong Destroys The World

Bestselling author Rick Riordan presents the second book in the New York Times best-selling Tristan Strong trilogy by Kwame Mbalia. Tristan Strong, just back from a victorious but exhausting adventure in Alke, the land of African American folk heroes and African gods, is suffering from PTSD. But there's no rest for the weary when his grandmother is abducted by a mysterious villain out for revenge. Tristan must return to Alke--and reunite with his loud-mouthed sidekick, Gum Baby--in order to rescue Nana and stop the culprit from creating further devastation. Anansi, now a "web developer" in Tristan's phone, is close at hand to offer advice, and several new folk heroes will aid Tristan in his quest, but he will only succeed if he can figure out a way to sew broken souls back together.

Title:Tristan Strong Destroys The World
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  • megs_bookrack

    Tristan Strong Destroys the World was my most anticipated Middle Grade novel of 2020.I had so much fun reading Kwame Mbalia's debut, Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky, last year. I fell in love...

  • The Artisan Geek

    29/2/20We have a cover!!! Absolutely loved the first book (video review), so can't wait for this one to come out! :DYou can find me onYoutube | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Website...

  • JoyAnn

    I am a big fan of the Rick Riordan Presents books. Aru Shah and Tristan Strong are my personal favorite series from this so far. This is a great follow up to Tristan Strong number 1. I appreciate how ...

  • Lauren Stoolfire

    This series is an absolute delight and I can't wait to see more!...

  • Grace W

    (c/p from my review on TheStoryGraph) I am full on obsessed with this series. The through line of the diaspora, the sending to stories across worlds, across cultures, across generations just really hi...

  • Mariah

    This was painful to read. I was more tolerant of the first books' faults because I thought the series might improve once it was on solid footing. That was, regrettably, not the case.Tristan once again...

  • Mary Elisabeth

    Tristan finds himself having to face his fears and return to the world of Alke when his Nana is taken by the Shamble Man. The themes of PTSD in an individual and a community are present, as Tristan ha...

  • Amita

    This sequel has maybe a tiny bit of middle book syndrome? But even so I enjoyed it.I really loved getting to explore more of Alke and meet new characters! I thought the themes of this one were just as...

  • Andrea Roberts

    Though I liked seeing familiar characters in Tristan Strong Destroys the World the storyline was ok and repetitive within itself. Tristan's interludes, aka Dad Jokes, were very distracting and broke u...

  • Nikki S

    Not as good as the first, but still wonderful. Maybe I'm just biased because that first book changed my life. Real review to come.**EDIT 12/27/20**You can find more of my reviews here at my blog: Take...