Diana and the Journey to the Unknown (Wonder Woman Adventures #3)

by Aisha Saeed (Author)

Reading Level: 4th – 5th Grade

The world's #1 female Superhero saves the world from a cunning villain in the final installment of the Wonder Woman Adventures trilogy!

Pre-teen Diana travels to the mortal realm for the first time ever to fight against the evil force stealing the powers of the Olympian gods. Diana is tired of adults underestimating her because she's only a girl! So when the opportunity strikes for Diana to save a group of children kidnapped by an evil entity intent on stealing their special powers for his own nefarious use, she takes the chance, knowing that she'll have to undergo the journey alone. But she doesn't expect that her adventure would take her straight to the world of humans!

Diana must save the stolen children and bring down the mysterious force who's been trying to capture her all along--all the while running from a god squad, villainous henchmen, and... kids with cameras who record Diana using her powers to post on TikTok?! The fate of the worlds is on Diana's shoulders in her most thrilling adventure yet!

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Kirkus Reviews

A great ending to a fun trilogy featuring the future Wonder Woman.

School Library Journal

Gr 3-6--In this series conclusion, young Diana finds herself on an unknown planet, unsure of how she arrived there. She is trying to rescue her friends, children with special abilities who have been kidnapped. She is racing against time to rescue them before the evil Zumius can fulfill his plan of stealing their powers and using them to make himself unstoppable. This book jumps right into the action; familiarity with the first two installments is a must. Kids who love Wonder Woman will enjoy seeing her life as a tween. They will identify with her trying to figure problems out and do the right thing, but still making mistakes along the way. The story line can be hard to follow, starting with waking up on an unknown planet then jumping to the human world without much explanation as to how these things happened. VERDICT Add where there are other books in the series. Kids who generally enjoy superhero books or love Wonder Woman will probably enjoy this title, but it won't earn any new fans.--Kristin Williamson

Copyright 2022 School Library Journal, LLC Used with permission.
Aisha Saeed
Aisha Saeed also wrote Written in the Stars, and is a Pakistani-American writer, teacher, and attorney. She has been featured on MTV, the Huffington Post, NBC and the BBC, and her writings have appeared in publications including the journal ALAN and the Orlando Sentinel. As one of the founding members of the much talked about We Need Diverse Books Campaign, she is helping change the conversation about diverse books. Aisha lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband and sons.
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Random House Books for Young Readers
Publication date
May 20, 2022
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