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Showing posts from February, 2014

The 13th Reality: The Blade of Shattered Hope - James Dashner

This was a great book with a great story! The ending was a surprise and it really does make me want to read the next installment. It's a speedy read just one step ahead of it's competition. Dashner has wrote a winner this time...

10/10 If you liked it as much as I did, comment! If you didn't, comment!

Dracula - Bram Stoker (Usborne Classics Retold Version)

I think that I would have preferred a more complex version of the story than the one I read though it did manage to cut down the whole story into 138 pages which is quite a remarkable feat really. It is a great book for those wanting to read Dracula but don't want to read the full version, it is quite spooky still though so it doesn't drop too much of the actual story. (if it drops any of it!) If you had a test on Dracula the following day but hadn't the time to read the full copy, this book is a great revision guide as it would have all you need to know!

7/10 It wasn't too exciting but I'm sure the full version is better, disagree? Tell me why in the comments...

13th Reality: The Hunt for Dark Infinity - James Dashner

For all fans of the series you'll be giving this book a Tick... (all real fans will understand the rather bad jokes involved with this review) It was as good as I expected and in some places better, it wasn't a particularly twisty or turney book but Dashner has most beautifully made up for this by giving this novel a sharper turn than expected near the end of the book, this is the part of the book that gives it it's supremacy over it's rival. (It's a Tick from me...)

9/10 Got something to say? Say it my fellow realiants in the comments...