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James Patterson's high-octane sci-fi adventure series comes to a white-knuckle conclusion in the final battle that Daniel X has been waiting for his entire life. In this sixth and final instalment of the Daniel X series, the alien-hunting hero is finally ready to take on the biggest threat in the galaxy: The Prayer - the same beast that brutally murdered his parents long a James Patterson's high-octane sci-fi adventure series comes to a white-knuckle conclusion in the final battle that Daniel X has been waiting for his entire life. In this sixth and final instalment of the Daniel X series, the alien-hunting hero is finally ready to take on the biggest threat in the galaxy: The Prayer - the same beast that brutally murdered his parents long ago. But even with his incredible ability to create almost anything, Daniel will have to push his powers beyond the brink in order to bring down a monster that has the powers of a god. This epic showdown of good versus evil is a thrilling finale to this No. 1 New York Times bestselling series.


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James Patterson's high-octane sci-fi adventure series comes to a white-knuckle conclusion in the final battle that Daniel X has been waiting for his entire life. In this sixth and final instalment of the Daniel X series, the alien-hunting hero is finally ready to take on the biggest threat in the galaxy: The Prayer - the same beast that brutally murdered his parents long a James Patterson's high-octane sci-fi adventure series comes to a white-knuckle conclusion in the final battle that Daniel X has been waiting for his entire life. In this sixth and final instalment of the Daniel X series, the alien-hunting hero is finally ready to take on the biggest threat in the galaxy: The Prayer - the same beast that brutally murdered his parents long ago. But even with his incredible ability to create almost anything, Daniel will have to push his powers beyond the brink in order to bring down a monster that has the powers of a god. This epic showdown of good versus evil is a thrilling finale to this No. 1 New York Times bestselling series.

30 review for Lights Out

  1. 4 out of 5

    Adam Bouzianis

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. “Daniel X Lights Out”, a book written by James Patterson, is the final installment of the Daniel X series. This is a series about a teenage kid who has the power to do anything he can imagine. If Daniel wants to be a bird, he's a bird. If he wants a motorcycle, a motorcycle appears. Throughout the series he has done a great job fighting, killing off every evil alien on the List, but in the last installment he goes against Number 1, the most evil villain in the universe. Will he be able to fight “Daniel X Lights Out”, a book written by James Patterson, is the final installment of the Daniel X series. This is a series about a teenage kid who has the power to do anything he can imagine. If Daniel wants to be a bird, he's a bird. If he wants a motorcycle, a motorcycle appears. Throughout the series he has done a great job fighting, killing off every evil alien on the List, but in the last installment he goes against Number 1, the most evil villain in the universe. Will he be able to fight Number 1 on his own, or will it take him dying to bring his friends back down with him from heaven, and an army of Creatures of Light to defeat the creature that killed Daniel’s family, and destroyed his home planet? I enjoyed reading this book because I have waited a while for it to come out and I really enjoyed the other books in the series. I think that the ending of this book was amazing, and I am disappointed, but relieved that it is over. In the book when Daniel and his friends try to figure out how to kill Praying Mantis's and one of Daniel's friends makes a funny, but true comment, they say, "All the most advanced technology in the world, and he uses an IPhone... really?" (Patterson). This is funny to me, because it is true. He can literally make a new phone appear in his hands with the blink of an eye, and yet he sticks with the norm of everything around him. This connects with the essential question, "How does an individual's point of view affect the way he deals with conflict?” Daniel is about to fight the most dangerous thing in the universe and he uses a semi-advanced piece of technology to figure out how to stop it. I bet Abraham Lincoln didn't use the most advanced thing in the world during his time period in order to deal with conflicts. To me, Daniel did an impressive job in dealing with the conflict in this book. He lost his father for the second time in his life, and he still prevailed against the creature who murdered everyone he has ever loved/or cared about. I would recommend this book to anyone in high school because the content is to mature/depressing scenes for younger readers to handle. In the end, I really enjoyed this book, and all of the weird things that happened throughout it.I would give this book a 9/10 because the author handled the ending very well, considering that this was the final book in a very long series.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Clark

    SPOILERS BELOW Not the best in the series, that's for sure. This seams to have happened with all the young adult series James Patterson has written. Max Ride was good to start with and then just went wonky. Witch and Wizard was good till book 4 and then same thing. So, basicly Daniel runs, gets captured, fights, runs gets captured, spends some time with creatures of the light, fights and wins. Daniel has become full of himself ever since about book 4. Its rather obnoxious really. And the ending? J SPOILERS BELOW Not the best in the series, that's for sure. This seams to have happened with all the young adult series James Patterson has written. Max Ride was good to start with and then just went wonky. Witch and Wizard was good till book 4 and then same thing. So, basicly Daniel runs, gets captured, fights, runs gets captured, spends some time with creatures of the light, fights and wins. Daniel has become full of himself ever since about book 4. Its rather obnoxious really. And the ending? Just ugh... There is a seven day battle and we get no idea of anything that went on in it. And then his dad dieing for him... again... I did enjoy it slightly, because there is some pretty good action in the begining. I also cant not finish a series once I am this far in.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Cameron Shankle

    Daniel X: Lights Out is the last book in the series. In this book, Daniel goes up against the strongest alien he will ever meet, the Prayer, number one alien bounty on the list. The Prayer killed Daniel’s parents when Daniel was really young. This makes Daniel hate and want to kill the Prayer badly. Daniel has been waiting his whole life for an epic showdown between him and the Prayer. Hunting aliens with his special powers to create anything he can imagine is something Daniel has been doing his Daniel X: Lights Out is the last book in the series. In this book, Daniel goes up against the strongest alien he will ever meet, the Prayer, number one alien bounty on the list. The Prayer killed Daniel’s parents when Daniel was really young. This makes Daniel hate and want to kill the Prayer badly. Daniel has been waiting his whole life for an epic showdown between him and the Prayer. Hunting aliens with his special powers to create anything he can imagine is something Daniel has been doing his whole life. Only one left on Daniel’s alien bounty list, the Prayer. Daniel X is the only one left that can stop him with the aid of his friends. Will he be able to do it and save the world once again? The book starts off with Daniel waking up in a hospital bed at the hospital intensive care. Then Daniel finds out that he had been in a coma for over a year. This is bad because Daniel has become very weak and can’t really use his powers well. Daniel will need to be at his strongest before he can go up against number one. Delaying him from going against his nemesis, Daniel has a lot of work to do in order to make his powers stronger. His friends will have to help him regain strength and powers. Without his friend's help, he will have no chance against the Prayer. The rating that I would give this book is a five star. Reason for being a five star is because the flow and storyline are amazing. It is an easy book to read, yet not so easy that you would want a more challenging book. There is a lot of action that keeps your attention through the whole book. This book flows and continues the storyline of following Daniel X and his friends on his alien bounty hunts. This was a great way to finish the Daniel X series. It was a phenomenal book and would be recommended if you love aliens and action. The length of the book is another added bonus, with the chapters being very short, thus making the book very easy to put down if you need to take a break.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I hope this is the last book in the series. The author has run out of energy and gives us the same old, same old. Daniel fights, his invisible friends cheer him on, his dead parents talk to him. Number One, the evil alien, has moved killing Daniel to the top of his kill list, Number One is already on the top of Daniel's list. The only interesting part of the book is the start where Daniel wakes up in a hospital, told he was in a coma for a year. His friends and parents are so happy he woke up. ( I hope this is the last book in the series. The author has run out of energy and gives us the same old, same old. Daniel fights, his invisible friends cheer him on, his dead parents talk to him. Number One, the evil alien, has moved killing Daniel to the top of his kill list, Number One is already on the top of Daniel's list. The only interesting part of the book is the start where Daniel wakes up in a hospital, told he was in a coma for a year. His friends and parents are so happy he woke up. (Not true.) Daniel is almost convinced that it is true.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Abigail Rhee

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The final book of the Daniel X Series written by James Patterson has many amazing ups and downs. It takes the reader on a thrilling adventure as Daniel tries to defeat his number one enemy, the alien who killed his parents, The Prayer. But unfortunately for Daniel, the prayer seems to be indestructible. Unlike the minions The Prayer controls it cannot be exploded from the inside, destroyed by heart failure, tricked into their demise, or slain in any way. As Daniel runs through the plot, getting s The final book of the Daniel X Series written by James Patterson has many amazing ups and downs. It takes the reader on a thrilling adventure as Daniel tries to defeat his number one enemy, the alien who killed his parents, The Prayer. But unfortunately for Daniel, the prayer seems to be indestructible. Unlike the minions The Prayer controls it cannot be exploded from the inside, destroyed by heart failure, tricked into their demise, or slain in any way. As Daniel runs through the plot, getting sedated in a mad hospital, almost getting killed by Mack trucks that transform into bulldogs, and running right to the doorstep of death, he truly does step over the line. In the heart of the story Daniel sees his dead father once again, something he, and the reader, would never have expected. Graff, giving his son some last minute advice, tells him to look for “backup.” Running to his father’s spiritual adviser, Xathous the horse who is not from the Arabian Peninsula, Daniel learns of his father’s “backup” spiritual adviser. Returning to his old home in Kansas, where his parents had been slain, Daniel meets Mikaela who seems to be an angel. Now, as The Prayer hunts down Daniel for revenge, Daniel must find a way to destroy the alien without succumbing to hate or “the darkness” as Xanthous says. But in the end is it all for nothing? As Daniel dies he is thrown into a whirlwind of his memories before he steps into a world of light. There he is given a choice: Return to Earth and try to save the love of his life as well as the whole planet or to pass on to the next dimension to a new life. Daniel, being the noble fictional hero he is, chooses the former and jumps back to life but not before he brings his friends back with him. Now Daniel, his drang, and the Legions of Light are going up against the most powerful force of darkness yet for The Prayer was just a host to the pure evil in the world. Zeboul, the entity who controlled The Prayer, is going to destroy Daniel. Then his father steps in. Shock flows through the words of the story as Daniel’s father, Graff, enters the big picture quite literally. Sacrificing his chance to move onward, Graff returns to his past life just as Daniel and his drang did to defeat Zeboul. As his father dies for a third time he repeats these words: “I love you Daniel. Always.” Those words were Daniel’s father’s last on Earth has his spirit faded away. Graff had sacrificed much but had saved much more. In that truth, I believe that Graff, Daniel’s father, mentor, and backup, was really the true hero of this story.

  6. 5 out of 5

    CL De Rekla Zykrona

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book was really good. I'm sort of sad that the series ended. It was entertaining at the end. Not so much at the front though. But so far I like this book and number 4 the best. I still miss Kildare. This book starts with Daniel getting into a truck accident. He wakes up in a hospital to be told that he has been in a coma for an year. He tells the doctors, his friends and family things of himself as Daniel X but no one believes him. He realizes he is in a facility of Number 1's and all his f This book was really good. I'm sort of sad that the series ended. It was entertaining at the end. Not so much at the front though. But so far I like this book and number 4 the best. I still miss Kildare. This book starts with Daniel getting into a truck accident. He wakes up in a hospital to be told that he has been in a coma for an year. He tells the doctors, his friends and family things of himself as Daniel X but no one believes him. He realizes he is in a facility of Number 1's and all his friends and family here are fake. He escapes to have Number 1 chase him around. He finds that his powers aren't working for him. He and his friends have a little fun time in a museum that helps Daniel get his powers back. He goes to Washington meeting a girl called Mikaela. When he goes back to Agent Judges farm he finds that Number 1 has already gotten there and taken Mel. He and Number 1 start fighting, and Daniel picks up bits of advise for the fight. After killing the Prayer Daniel celebrates but finds out that the Prayer was a host. He and the real number 1 fight, Daniel with the Legion of light. Number 1 with darkness armies. But Daniel's dad suddenly appears and destroys Number 1. This book I think was supposed to be sad but I don't really care about sad.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Zoya

    There is a lot I didn't like about this book so I will try to sort it out. Things I didn't like - -There was too much action. Much more than I like. -It was really complicated and therefore I did not know what was going on a lot of the time (I cannot say that's the book's fault because it is actually my fault I started with the sixth book and not the first book) -At one point, Dana, Emma and the rest were completely left out. -The whole book was overly drastic! -And Daniel had too many powers (sorry). There is a lot I didn't like about this book so I will try to sort it out. Things I didn't like - -There was too much action. Much more than I like. -It was really complicated and therefore I did not know what was going on a lot of the time (I cannot say that's the book's fault because it is actually my fault I started with the sixth book and not the first book) -At one point, Dana, Emma and the rest were completely left out. -The whole book was overly drastic! -And Daniel had too many powers (sorry). Things I liked - -The things that made sense (which is mostly nothing so I'm not going to try and list them here) -Daniel defeated (?) Number 1 in the end. Yes, that is pretty much all I liked about this book. Lights Out was a big disappointment and if I ever re-read it I will read the series IN ORDER!! I can't say I would not recommend it either because technically I haven't even read the entire series yet. Like not even the first book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Zachary

    I chose this book because I read the rest of the series and it was great maybe a little repetitive but it was good. I finally got to see the moment I was waiting for the whole series and was Daniel fighting the prayer. The prayer killed Daniels parents when he was three years old so he went his life without parents. The book was a pretty good book especially we got to his friends during the final battle which wasn't really in the other books. I felt like it should've been the other way around be I chose this book because I read the rest of the series and it was great maybe a little repetitive but it was good. I finally got to see the moment I was waiting for the whole series and was Daniel fighting the prayer. The prayer killed Daniels parents when he was three years old so he went his life without parents. The book was a pretty good book especially we got to his friends during the final battle which wasn't really in the other books. I felt like it should've been the other way around because this battle was very personal because well he killed his parents. This book was very good and had a lot better of an ending them any of the other books. I personally loved this book and the series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Maya

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. ok, so i really love this series but the last 2 books were disapointing to me. there wasnt as much detail and not nearly as much action in them. i personally expected a greater ending but ending in demons and druids was MUCH better than this one. i was really hoping that something more would happen between melody and daniel. i love the party at the end and the dramatic part with the dad but he was supossed to be gone. i feel like mr.patterson should have made daniel defeat "all evil" by himself ok, so i really love this series but the last 2 books were disapointing to me. there wasnt as much detail and not nearly as much action in them. i personally expected a greater ending but ending in demons and druids was MUCH better than this one. i was really hoping that something more would happen between melody and daniel. i love the party at the end and the dramatic part with the dad but he was supossed to be gone. i feel like mr.patterson should have made daniel defeat "all evil" by himself because it was his life goal. i did enjoy the added feature of micala and the legion of light. i wished he had explained what happed when daniel died and also what happened when the legion of light had grabbed hold of the shadows.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Te

    The main character, Daniel, is so overpowered it's ridiculous, and the super short chapters make it cut off so suddenly that everything feels unnecessarily suspenseful. This is consistent across the whole series, but I love all these books for it. These are such a guilty pleasure. I gave all of the books in this series three stars, but this one gets four stars because the amount of ridiculousness is multiplied to the max when he's going against The Prayer because it's almost as overpowered as Dan The main character, Daniel, is so overpowered it's ridiculous, and the super short chapters make it cut off so suddenly that everything feels unnecessarily suspenseful. This is consistent across the whole series, but I love all these books for it. These are such a guilty pleasure. I gave all of the books in this series three stars, but this one gets four stars because the amount of ridiculousness is multiplied to the max when he's going against The Prayer because it's almost as overpowered as Daniel. Also, the ending is heartwarming in my opinion and just feels like a good ending to one of my favorite series ever.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sean Harding

    Last rubbish book in a rubbish series by Patterson Inc - I started on the quest to read all of Patterson some time back and I tell you there are moments you just want to give up especially with dribble like this. James what are you doing man? Get it together. There were some decent ideas and execution once upon a time, what happened? Stop trying to publish a book every other day with a different person writing it and go back to the open yourself! Less is more....

  12. 4 out of 5

    Bry

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I feel like this one has left me with mixed feelings. On the positive, I loved that the book started with such a bang - no warm up or back fill, just straight to the main villain. On the other hand, I feel slightly cheated by the ending. We’ve spent 6 books getting to know Daniel, his powers, goodness, his friends and most importantly his successes, but when it comes down to the final fight ... he doesn’t win. His father does it for him. I don’t know. Something was missing for me.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Viola Sung

    The snarky and self-deprecating humor in the narration made up for the inconsistent plot line. Some interesting ideas and concepts in the book, but I don't think it used the practically limitless potential of imagination to its fullest. Then again, that's not an easy feat. If one could do it in a mere book series then well, it wouldn't be our 'infinite imagination', would it? The snarky and self-deprecating humor in the narration made up for the inconsistent plot line. Some interesting ideas and concepts in the book, but I don't think it used the practically limitless potential of imagination to its fullest. Then again, that's not an easy feat. If one could do it in a mere book series then well, it wouldn't be our 'infinite imagination', would it?

  14. 4 out of 5

    Rob Paczkowski

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I know it's a teen book but quick couple hrs read. I read the whole series this week. Not needed but fun in a Kids in Black kinda thing. Just enjoy. The end is worth it. All of the other books are 3.5 rating but this is a 5 as I am vested in the characters. As a stand alone it is maybe a 4. Read em all in order and just enjoy for what it is. I know it's a teen book but quick couple hrs read. I read the whole series this week. Not needed but fun in a Kids in Black kinda thing. Just enjoy. The end is worth it. All of the other books are 3.5 rating but this is a 5 as I am vested in the characters. As a stand alone it is maybe a 4. Read em all in order and just enjoy for what it is.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    I enjoyed a lot of this book. But listening to the last hour or so of the book was a little preachy about the battle between good and evil. Not exactly what one expects from a young adult action type book. But it was a good ending to the series nonetheless.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ginger Mcclintick

    Not the best in the series but still thought it was good.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Michel Sizaire

    Interesting finish to the series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Riley

    This book made me want to scream and cry it was so good and such a good ending to the series.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Darinda

    The final book in the Daniel X series by James Patterson. Daniel X is ready to take on The Prayer, the alien that killed his parents. A fast-paced, and sometime humorous, adventure.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Cory

    I love this one. I specially loved his back up plan.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jobert

    Really bad. Really, really bad.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ashleigh Mejstrik

    Pretty good book, the way Daniel is written though just makes me not really like his character. But maybe it's perfect for actual young adults. Pretty good way to end it though Pretty good book, the way Daniel is written though just makes me not really like his character. But maybe it's perfect for actual young adults. Pretty good way to end it though

  23. 4 out of 5

    Richard Bunaskavich

    Interesting book

  24. 4 out of 5

    Zoha

    Childish obstacles but it is a middle school book but I’m glad there was consequences for this fight which is nice

  25. 5 out of 5

    Karen Hornyak

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. so I'm so confused. Is it over or not???? so I'm so confused. Is it over or not????

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ezekiel Clark

    I thought that Patterson is getting lazy. I think that the only reason he wrote this book is to get money. Otherwise, then it I thought it was lame. The only book that I liked in this series was the fourth one wich was called Game over. The reason I liked that book because it had a good story and. The only reason that was good because it was based on a graphic novel so Patterson had a good amount or research to use. The thing about this book and others is that it seems to repeat itself a lot. I I thought that Patterson is getting lazy. I think that the only reason he wrote this book is to get money. Otherwise, then it I thought it was lame. The only book that I liked in this series was the fourth one wich was called Game over. The reason I liked that book because it had a good story and. The only reason that was good because it was based on a graphic novel so Patterson had a good amount or research to use. The thing about this book and others is that it seems to repeat itself a lot. I mean the book keeps telling about killing the prayer but, in the end, goes running/. Then the prayer says that he will kill Daniel X but chooses not to. It seems to me like the author doesn't really know if he wants to make a choice. Also, the climax is not really a climax. I mean he would for a fight. I might get excited and then something stupid as a gun kills the number one evil in the world. I thought that was stupid than it was the fact that the real number 1 wasn't even dead. Then there goes to the part where Daniel X died to only come back to live. what is the point of trying to live when you know you can come nack to live. So yeah I didn't think much about this book. Alos I think that Patterson is writing these book and for content but for money. I think I need to work on my spelling and grammar. It I could give it a negative star I would

  27. 5 out of 5

    LeahAlexander

    The thrilling conclusion to the Daniel X series, Lights Out is the book that the series has been leading up to. Daniel will face off with his greatest adversary, The Prayer, in order to fulfill his duty, and more importantly, his revenge. Will his powers of creation be enough to defeat The Prayer, or will Daniel fall into his trap? The battle for Earth is at its end, and let’s hope Daniel comes out victorious. This entry to the series was definitely not my favorite. First off, Patterson took age The thrilling conclusion to the Daniel X series, Lights Out is the book that the series has been leading up to. Daniel will face off with his greatest adversary, The Prayer, in order to fulfill his duty, and more importantly, his revenge. Will his powers of creation be enough to defeat The Prayer, or will Daniel fall into his trap? The battle for Earth is at its end, and let’s hope Daniel comes out victorious. This entry to the series was definitely not my favorite. First off, Patterson took ages to write this, and by the time it came out, I had forgotten most of the story from previous books. Not only that, but it just wasn’t his best work. The second and third books were fantastic and would be really hard to beat, but this book just didn’t live up to my hype. He chose to write the being of the book differently than normally, and it just didn’t flow well with the rest of the book to me. As for what I liked about the book, I really did enjoy how easy of a read it was. This book is below my reading level now, but when I first started the series, it was a challenge. Today, I was able to read the book in a two hour session. Anyone above fifth grade could easily read this series, and I do recommend at least the first three books. I would stop after the third one though because the books just get repetitive.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Shelton

    Although I was somewhat forced by my mom to read this book, I fairly enjoyed it. The book wasn’t slow, there was lots of different people to hear from, and the ending of the book was amazing. To begin, I enjoyed the book because the chapters were short, and it felt like the topic was changing quickly, which I really liked. It made it seem less boring at the beginning and it was much quicker than other books at the start. Furthermore, I loved how the author incorporated many different people int Although I was somewhat forced by my mom to read this book, I fairly enjoyed it. The book wasn’t slow, there was lots of different people to hear from, and the ending of the book was amazing. To begin, I enjoyed the book because the chapters were short, and it felt like the topic was changing quickly, which I really liked. It made it seem less boring at the beginning and it was much quicker than other books at the start. Furthermore, I loved how the author incorporated many different people into the story. Daniel was able to summon his friends and family, but he also met many other people throughout the start. Lastly, I was amazed by the fact that Daniel finally killed his parents assassin, the prayer. The Prayer was the number one Alien outlaw, and the killer of Daniel’s parents, so you could see why that is the best part of the story. To conclude, I really enjoyed all parts of this book, mainly the end. I really like how nothing was slow, we got to see a lot of different people, and the ending of the book. This was probably one of my favorite books of all time.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ricky

    Three years we've had to wait for the conclusion to Daniel X, and I think it's safe to say that wait was too long. Although the book was wild and action-packed and pulled no punches, so it's almost worth it. I was at least glad I was able to remember just about everything necessary from the previous books, even though I haven't picked one up in a few years now. I think the best part of the book for me was the numerous Night At The Museum references. Not only for the part where Daniel and his frie Three years we've had to wait for the conclusion to Daniel X, and I think it's safe to say that wait was too long. Although the book was wild and action-packed and pulled no punches, so it's almost worth it. I was at least glad I was able to remember just about everything necessary from the previous books, even though I haven't picked one up in a few years now. I think the best part of the book for me was the numerous Night At The Museum references. Not only for the part where Daniel and his friends visit the Museum of Natural History, but also for the Dance Party Ending, which totally would have belonged in one of those movies (although the surfeit of current hit artists in this book's finale would, if featured in NATM, probably be heavy on the old Earth, Wind, and Fire instead.) Now, for the third time in less than a year, I'm bidding a James Patterson YA series ave atque vale.

  30. 5 out of 5

    cait

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 2/5 This was my favorite book series in 5th grade (I am a sophomore now), so when this book came out I couldn’t resist. It is not a bad book, and I would recommend it more to younger audiences, but it was a little juvenile for my current taste, as to be expected. The majority of this book I could have predicted from book one, but I did appreciate the internal confusion in Daniel due to the prayer’s manipulation in the hospital. This went on just long enough for me to slightly wonder if the whole 2/5 This was my favorite book series in 5th grade (I am a sophomore now), so when this book came out I couldn’t resist. It is not a bad book, and I would recommend it more to younger audiences, but it was a little juvenile for my current taste, as to be expected. The majority of this book I could have predicted from book one, but I did appreciate the internal confusion in Daniel due to the prayer’s manipulation in the hospital. This went on just long enough for me to slightly wonder if the whole series was a lie, and part of me wanted that to be true. Then that ended and the rest of the book was predictable and if I hadn’t loved this series so much as a kid, I would say it was wasn’t worth it to read. Nonetheless, it was kind of a nostalgic read, and made the 5th grader in me smile. So if you are around the age of 5th grade or a little older and have a some 5th graderness in you, you would enjoy.

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