THE 13TH REALITY SERIES EBOOK

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Read "The 13th Reality, Vol. 1: Journal of Curious Letters" by James Dashner available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. The Journal of Curious Letters (The 13th Reality, #1), The Hunt for Dark Infinity ( The 13th Reality, #2), The Blade of Shattered Hope (The 13th Reality. Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Grade 5–8—Atticus Higginbottom (Tick) is Book 1 of 4 in The 13th Reality (4 Book Series).


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The Journal of Curious Letters. The 13th Reality (Series). Book 1. James Dashner Author (). cover image of The Hunt for Dark Infinity. The 13th Reality: The Complete Set by James Dashner - Journey through the Realities with Tick and his friends in More books in this series: The 13th Reality . Tick must save the Realities from collapsing in the exciting 13th Reality series!.

Until the Beginning. Amy Plum. The Bronze Key Magisterium 3. Amy Tintera. The Midnight Star. Michael Vey 5. Richard Paul Evans. Island of Shipwrecks. Lisa McMann. I Am Number Four. I Am Number Four: The Lost Files: The Guard.

Ender's Game. Orson Scott Card. The Calling. Mark Frost. Generation One. Seven Wonders Book 4: The Curse of the King. Hunt for the Garde. The Fugitive. Brandon Sanderson. Island of Graves. The Navigator. The Young Elites.

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Last Defense. The Silver Mask Magisterium 4. Island of Legends.

Graduation Day. Joelle Charbonneau. Rules of the Game. The Shadow's Curse. Amy McCulloch. Death Weavers. Brandon Mull. Dan Wells. The New Order. Chris Weitz. Fugitive Six. The Young World. The Enlightened Mind Dimensions Book 3. Dima Zales. The Ward. Jordana Frankel. The Sorcerer Heir. Cinda Williams Chima. Escaping Peril Wings of Fire, Book 8.

Tui T. In the Afterlight. Alexandra Bracken.

Ice Like Fire. Sara Raasch. How to write a great review. The review must be at least 50 characters long. The title should be at least 4 characters long. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. Want to read it? Menu Join. The Blog. May 24, The 13th Reality Book 4 Many of you out there have yet to discover my 13th Reality series, a story of alternate realities and science being twisted into magic.

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All rights reserved. I just really enjoy her understanding of the world, and the fact that she is blassed with things that people would have never dreamed about century ago. That just really sticks out to me. As I read, I noticed many interesting structural elements, if not those just description. During the beginning of the book, it describes Tick's journey from the Nonex to the real world.

The way that James Dasher describes the Fourth Dimension is so confusing, but perfectly fitting. Nothing makes sence, but that makes it perfect. That really stuck out to me how he was able to outline the overall idea of the Fourth Dimension-which is the biggest idea throughout the whole book- in just a few, brilliantly written chapters.

Honestly, this one was just awkward. First of all, the relationship between some of the characters is almost TOO perfect.

Take, for example, Tick's family, particularly his mom, Lorena, and his sister, Lisa. I think Lisa was sixteen correct me if I'm wrong , just so you know.

Here's a typical conversation between the two of them: Mom, I'm scared. I know, baby. It's going to be alright. Where's Tick, anyway? I don't know, sweetheart. All I know is, we're going to find him Honestly, this one was just awkward. All I know is, we're going to find him as sure as there'es a nose on my face!

You're right, Mom! You're the best.

I know. So, yeah. What sixteen year old likes to be called "baby" or "sweetheart"? To add onto that, every time Tick sees his mom do anything, he's just like, "Wow, my mom sure is a brave lady!

Second, the dialogue is just strange. Third, the names that Dashner comes up with are just bad. For example, there's a group of women this isn't a spoiler; it's introduced in, like, the fifth chapter who are basically followers of Mistress Jane. Their name? Also, there's a character named Tollaseat. No joke. I literally cringed each time I read it. Granted, he comes from a world where everyone's name from objects, but still.

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Fourth, the ending left me unsatisfied. There are so many things that I'm still wondering why it was so, but not in a good way. He does this with a cube that Chu had left behind when he died. We never learn what this cube is or what it does. Jane dies in order to make Tick this entity thingy. We never learn why she had to die, she just did. Aug 20, Bethany rated it really liked it. Oh, wow!

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I can't even express how great that ending was. This book was insanely action-packed. I felt like there wasn't really any slow-going scenes to catch my breath. I really, really liked this book because it had fantastic action scenes, my favorite characters- Sato, Paul, and Sofia- had more scenes, and the story ended perfectly.

Although, I do have a few complaints. Master George is probably my least favorite character throughout this whole series. I always found him annoying and repetitiv Oh, wow! I always found him annoying and repetitive.

For example, he always, always has to say, "Goodness, gracious me". I sometimes thought that he could be gay but Dashner didn't really clarify on that characteristic.

So, we're stuck with a british-like character who is too flamboyant and out-of-this-world weird. On to my next complaint! The antagonists - Reginald Chu and Mistress Jane - became boring.

They both kept spouting that they either wanted a Utopia or to rule all of the Realities by any means necessary. In each book it was like this. A good evil character does something wildly unexpected and devious to keep the protagonist on their toes. But neither of these characters did that.

Thirdly, although it was action-packed, I sometimes found myself lost or uninterested in the story. Unlike in the previous books, I just really didn't care about the story itself. I kept daydreaming, which lead to reading sentences over and over to get on with the plot. But overall, I really did like this book! Don't get me wrong, the story was great and the ending was crazy!

This is just my personal opinion, and my reasons for having trouble getting through this book. But this series was really, really fun to read. I just don't love it enough to download it. Dec 07, Trey rated it it was amazing. When a major change happens it creates a different reality. Smaller decisions makes smaller realities that eventually die. In this book they are joining together with their biggest enemy to try to fix the unstable worlds and battle with the foe, Karma. I absolutely love this book from the time I picked it up to the time I finished it, and still do.

I had such a hard time putting it down because it was so so good. I read whenever I got the chance and even when I probably should have been doing other things. This is one of the few books I was truly sad that it ended because I almost got so attached to the characters that I felt like they were real.

I felt like I was friends with them and felt like I could relate to them so good. The characters had such a detailed description even being weirdly shaped and sometimes weird personalities the author really gives you a good idea of what they are supposed to look like. Another thing I really liked about this book is that it is so long.

The whole series is only like pages and this book is about pages. This is one of my favorite books of all time and would love to read the book over and over again.

The theme of this book is to fight for the greater good to benefit not only yourself but also other people. Again the paperback version is not shown on this website. The ISBN is They finally manage to escape but Chu is still machinating to take over all the Realities and Mistress Jane who is only slightly less evil, still wants her Utopian Reality - which is still just as unreal as you can get.

Although we still have lots of action, we are now confronted with another sort of threat from a type of Reality called the Void of Mist Again the paperback version is not shown on this website.

Although we still have lots of action, we are now confronted with another sort of threat from a type of Reality called the Void of Mist and Thunder which while not a sentient being, seems to behave in a manner as if it was, seeking to wreak havoc and mayhem on all the other Realities. All in all, though, I didn't like this final showdown. It has departed from pure science like fiction and bordered on theological notions again - we even get introduced to Karma!

Also, I didn't like the ending. One of the main characters dies and what happens to Tick is just so I just wanted him to return as a normal boy - I won't spoil things by saying what he has become but I felt terribly flat and let down at the end of this series - the first two books got things going but the last two got too weird and I would not recommend them to be read by children under the age of 12 at least.

May 24, Jared Gordy rated it it was amazing. Tick disappeared without a trace to a place where none can return from. Trapped Tick must ally with his bitterest of enemies in order to escape. This book is benign and a nice break from the five attributes of YA books, except for violence Here we have the exciting conclusion to The Thirteenth Realities series, Atticus Higginbottom a. This book is benign and a nice break from the five attributes of YA books, except for violence that occurs with lots of battles and conflict.

I mostly read this to finish the series and then let my sweetie read it next. As far as a class is concerned, this book rings of older middle school and it relates with kids who struggle despite being in an ideal family.

Feb 21, Fainne J. Firmin rated it liked it. Honestly, unless people are determined to finish the series as I was I wouldn't even bother with this book. Increasingly it had been "the author is just throwing random things together on the fly" and that is even more obvious in this book.Tick and his friends are faced with their most dangerous task yet. Will Tick have the courage to follow the twelve clues M.

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