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This book is awesome!!! When your reading something and your trying to predict what will happen next, it will be something you would never expect. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Barbara Hellesoe
An excellent beginning to this intriguing series by D.J. MacHale.
Recommended to young adults/teens searching for an interesting, well-written read.
This book is very fun to read although some parts in the book make no sense at all 😇 make sure to pick this book up. But the book makes no sense like I mentionedPublished 2 months ago by Doug Adam
My 11 yr old and I are reading this series together. He might give it a 4.5 and I would give it a 3.5 so that's a nice 4 stars.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Disappointing. Unmemorable. A big letdown from the sci-fantasy of my childhood. Miss the likes of Brave New World by Huxley.Published 4 months ago by L. DeJongh
My grandson has been enjoying his first book very much!Published 4 months ago by Jeneen M. Rothstein
It was avery interesting read (if not somewhat predictable). But this is only the tip of the iceberg. The books only get better.Published 5 months ago by James Britton
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As good as Harry Potter? No, but I do think that this book should be made into a movie.
May 31, 2006 by J | See all 3 posts
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I haven't made it to the end yet, I am midway, amazed that I am enjoying it. I'm a septuagenarian. I do know that it has interested me sufficiently that I am looking at follow up books in the series. It's a venture into sci-fi, I have only read Octavia Butler prior to this.
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