The Klaatu Terminus

Front Cover
Candlewick Press, 2014 - Juvenile Fiction - 358 pages
12 Reviews
National Book Award winner Pete Hautman weaves several diverging time streams into one satisfying masterwork in this stunning and revelatory series finale.

In a far distant future, Tucker Feye and the inscrutable Lia find themselves atop a crumbling pyramid in an abandoned city. In present-day Hopewell, Tucker’s uncle Kosh faces armed resistance and painful memories as he attempts to help a terrorized woman named Emma, who is being held captive by a violent man. And on a train platform in 1997, a seventeen-year-old Kosh is given an instruction that will change his life, and the lives of others, forever. Tucker, Lia, and Kosh must evade the pursuit of maggot-like Timesweeps, battle Master Gheen’s cult of Lambs, all while they puzzle out the enigmatic Boggsians as they search for one another and the secrets of the diskos. Who built them? Who is destroying them? Where — and when — will it all end?

What people are saying - Write a review

User ratings

5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star

Review: The Klaatu Terminus (The Klaatu Diskos #3)

User Review  - Ginamolter - Goodreads

To begin with, this is NOT a stand-alone title. There are a LOT of story threads going on, and while some of them are straight forward enough, most of them require some background knowledge- at the ... Read full review

Review: The Klaatu Terminus (The Klaatu Diskos #3)

User Review  - Charlou Lunsford - Goodreads

Tome travel books are difficult for me so to work my way through a trilogy says much. And this third one ties it all up in a most satisfying way. Good for you Tucker Feye, Lia, Kosh, and Emma. Well worth the wait. Read full review

About the author (2014)

Pete Hautman is the author of many books for young adults and adults, including the National Book Award–winning Godless and the time-travel adventure Mr. Was. Pete Hautman splits his time between Wisconsin and Minnesota.

Bibliographic information