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Its been a quiet summer for Tick, Paul, and Sofia, but the latest message from Master George changes everything.


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Its been a quiet summer for Tick, Paul, and Sofia, but the latest message from Master George changes everything.

30 review for The Hunt for Dark Infinity

  1. 4 out of 5

    Candi Criddle

    I was so right, this was even better than his first book The Journal of Curious Letters. I find I really appreciate the mid grade fantasy books based mostly in reality where the kids figure out mysteries and bravely fight in adult battles that span over a series of books. I discovered this with Harry Potter J.K. Rowling and it wasn't a single phenomenon, I like the Fablehaven series Brandon Mull and now the 13th reality series James Dashner is following in that same vein. This is all super excit I was so right, this was even better than his first book The Journal of Curious Letters. I find I really appreciate the mid grade fantasy books based mostly in reality where the kids figure out mysteries and bravely fight in adult battles that span over a series of books. I discovered this with Harry Potter J.K. Rowling and it wasn't a single phenomenon, I like the Fablehaven series Brandon Mull and now the 13th reality series James Dashner is following in that same vein. This is all super exciting because I can only re-read Harry Potter so many times. Dashner definitely has his own spin on things and these books are more science-y. Also I like that he makes peoples parents big supports in their lives. In this volume, the main kids go on another adventure following clues while a plague of insanity starts taking over the realities. The threat was real and compelling, the villains developed layers, and schemes, and the heroes were flawed, human, and altruistic. All the things that you want in a book. This book had a great climax, but there were plenty of hints and starts left hanging, it will be exciting to see how the ends get wound into future books. I like the tight storytelling of young adult books and this is an excellent example of that, the only thing left is fitting all the pieces of the puzzle together and in this book we got a lot of pieces to weave into a larger story.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Reagan

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Mystery. Science. Action. Fantasy. I am head over heels in love with this series! The previous book, ending anticlimactic, really just lead up to this book. Tick and the rest of the trio are mislead into entering an unwanted contest led by the Reginald Chu,not their friend and boss Master George whom they thought was behind it all. This contest plainly stating that only one may remain between Tick and batty Mistress Jane. The plot not only follows Tick on their dangerous journey, but also the gr Mystery. Science. Action. Fantasy. I am head over heels in love with this series! The previous book, ending anticlimactic, really just lead up to this book. Tick and the rest of the trio are mislead into entering an unwanted contest led by the Reginald Chu,not their friend and boss Master George whom they thought was behind it all. This contest plainly stating that only one may remain between Tick and batty Mistress Jane. The plot not only follows Tick on their dangerous journey, but also the group at the Grand Canyon. A mysterious illness has fallen over many people in numerous Realities, making them crazy thinking they have someone controlling them. Sato has to accept the death of his parents and not blame it on Master George. Also prove himself of his own courage and strengh by going to retrive a sample of one of the crazy peoples blood. Tick and his power over the Chi-Karda is solved to how he has it. Mistress Jane, going through her multiple personalities, have me thinking do i pity her or despise her? Naturally I think she is plain old crazy and needs medication. If you are on the fence of continuing the series, though i don't see how you could stop, i recommend you to keep on reading. It gets better and more descriptive.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tommy Hancock

    This book was better than the first book, and unless Dashner dropped the ball towards the end, I think I may end up liking this series more than his tiny, not well known Maze Runner series.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sheila

    This book dragged so much, even boring most of the times. But the climax made up to it, with a very good twist at the end. I shall not stop reading this series...

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kaitlyn Bubolz

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Kaitlyn Bubolz Ms. Rice English 11-8 PERSONAL RESPONSE: I was not particularly fond of The Hunt For Dark Infinity . I usually like science fiction books, such as The Maze Runner also written by James Dashner, so I assumed that I would like this book. I most likely will not continue to read this series because I have lost all interest in the book and the plot. I think I am going to start reading books from a different genre for once. PLOT: Dr. Chu is trying to take over all of the realities. There Kaitlyn Bubolz Ms. Rice English 11-8 PERSONAL RESPONSE: I was not particularly fond of The Hunt For Dark Infinity . I usually like science fiction books, such as The Maze Runner also written by James Dashner, so I assumed that I would like this book. I most likely will not continue to read this series because I have lost all interest in the book and the plot. I think I am going to start reading books from a different genre for once. PLOT: Dr. Chu is trying to take over all of the realities. There is some sort of disease that is happening in the realities that are making the people all go insane. Dr. Chu has created many worse inventions that the three have to escape in order to survive. Sofia, Tick, and Paul are chosen to try to stop him and his evil plans of creating his Dark Reality. They keep getting put into new realities, and some that they have never been to before. They have to decode codes in order to figure out what to do and how to stop the weapons. Sofia, Tick, and Paul have to try to stop Dr. Chu from succeeding with his evil plans. In the end, Tick and Mistress Jane are both trying to destroy the weapon, but no one knows who will destroy it first. CHARACTERIZATION: Tick is a character who does not change much in this book. In the last book, he is shy and unsure of himself since he always is bullied by his peers at school. When he finds how much of an impact he can make in the existence of everything, he gains confidence and uses that confidence in this book on helping his and his friend’s situation. In the first book, Paul is not a big character in the book. He is known just as Sofia’s butler, and he helps save Tick and his dad as they are attacked in Alaska by Dr. Chu. Throughout this book, it is revealed that he is bolder and is smarter than he is perceived as at first. He is courageous and helps the two younger kids succeed in their journey. SETTING: The setting of this book is in many different Realities. Tick is originally from Washington, The setting of the story is important because they are in all the different realities to help save them from being taken over by Dr. Chu. The time and date is not specific, but it seems to be pretty recent. RECOMMENDATION: I recommend this book to kids in middle school or freshmen in high school because it is really easy to read and has pictures. I do not recommend this book to most kids in high school because it is too easy and ends up being very boring, in my opinion. The book is for middle schoolers, and I agree that it is a good age range for readers of this book since it is easy to read.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jenn

    The Hunt for Dark Infinity is the next book in the 13th Reality Series, and sequel to the fun and adventurous first book, The Journal of Curious Letters. It fulfills the creative promise and inventiveness that that first book began and, I think, betters it. The Hunt for Dark Infinity takes up the story of 13-year-old Atticus "Tick" Higginbottom who, previously, had been introduced to the concept of the "Realities" - alternate versions of the world as we know it - and recruited as a "Realitant" - The Hunt for Dark Infinity is the next book in the 13th Reality Series, and sequel to the fun and adventurous first book, The Journal of Curious Letters. It fulfills the creative promise and inventiveness that that first book began and, I think, betters it. The Hunt for Dark Infinity takes up the story of 13-year-old Atticus "Tick" Higginbottom who, previously, had been introduced to the concept of the "Realities" - alternate versions of the world as we know it - and recruited as a "Realitant" - a member of an elite society who work to preserve the harmony between the Realities. Although Tick is clearly the protagonist, the storyline alternates among several characters who were introduced in the first book. This structure keeps the pace tight and moving, which kept me turning pages and feeling stressed, especially about the task undertaken by the reluctant member of the Realitants, Sato. The villains are complex, particularly Mistress Jane, and it makes the story even more engaging as the reader is kept guessing about different characters' true intentions and the potential outcomes are anything but predictable. I highly, highly recommend this book to the age group of middle readers, because it is rare to have such engaging characters who have good relationships with adults - Tick's strong relationship with his parents, especially his father, is a powerful component. While the action is intense and characters find themselves making difficult moral decisions and are, more than once, in mortal peril, the book remains perfectly appropriate for the 9-12 age group, as well as just as enjoyable for adults. Dashner has an inventive imagination and the characteristics of the different realities are fascinating, as well as the inventions that are created by some of the characters in the book. The Hunt for Dark Infinity is an excellent read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sweet Cherry Publishing

    “An ‘all killer, no filler’ kind of book.” – Adam, You’ve Got All This To Come “Science is all about inquiring and questioning the world around you, this book certainly gets kids thinking about scientific possibilities.” – Georgina, Special Education Needs Resource Blog “Perfect for anyone who doesn't believe in themselves but should.” – Nicola, Miss Cleveland Is Reading “Wow! What a story! Dashner has proven he can write clever, gripping adventures for the younger, middle grade audience.” – Jo, Li “An ‘all killer, no filler’ kind of book.” – Adam, You’ve Got All This To Come “Science is all about inquiring and questioning the world around you, this book certainly gets kids thinking about scientific possibilities.” – Georgina, Special Education Needs Resource Blog “Perfect for anyone who doesn't believe in themselves but should.” – Nicola, Miss Cleveland Is Reading “Wow! What a story! Dashner has proven he can write clever, gripping adventures for the younger, middle grade audience.” – Jo, Library Girl “I’d love to dive into this world along with Tick!” – Steph, A Little But A Lot “Easily addictive and quick paced with moments of smarts that leave you buzzing. Warning: There's some maths involved!” – Dashauna Baynes, Netgalley “As a parent, it was nice to see a child have faith in their parents and make them aware of what they are doing.” – Cassandra Hillegass (Educator), Netgalley “The writing style is so ridiculous and funny, that I had so much fun reading the book.” – Jessica Knorr, Netgalley “Entertaining, humorous, and well written.” - Kelly Kristensen, Netgalley “Well-plotted, smart, with plenty of action and adventure to keep the reader’s attention.” – Maxine McLister, Netgalley “An engaging and fast-paced young middle-grade series with a fun cast of over-the-top characters traveling between alternate realities.” – Elizabeth Dulemba, Netgalley “I couldn't put it down. They were curious letters indeed.” – Katia Linda, Netgalley “A beautiful and exciting book for teenagers who enjoy a bit of magic.” – Richard van Balen “I enjoyed this book more than The Maze Runner.” - Clair Cunningham, Netgalley “A series that will capture the imagination of young and old alike… the author is plainly in tune with today's fan base. Let the adventure begin!” – Kirkus Reviews

  8. 4 out of 5

    Samuel Burkholder

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  9. 4 out of 5

    May

    It wasn't as I expected, it was a bit boring. The main events are still the same, the characters are the same.. no changes, except maybe for Sato who is accepting his past and present. There is still a lot of mysteries and unanswered questions. So many thing unclear or unexplained. If the author is waiting for the third book to explain everything that would be disappointing. The evil in the first book was Mistress Jane, who comes back in this book but with so unclear attitude, is she still evil or It wasn't as I expected, it was a bit boring. The main events are still the same, the characters are the same.. no changes, except maybe for Sato who is accepting his past and present. There is still a lot of mysteries and unanswered questions. So many thing unclear or unexplained. If the author is waiting for the third book to explain everything that would be disappointing. The evil in the first book was Mistress Jane, who comes back in this book but with so unclear attitude, is she still evil or becoming good? This doubt is also a "Dashner mark". In this book also rises another evil, Reginald Chu, from Fourth, not the prime one. But his fate at the end was so far from clear; he just vanished. Where to? How? no one knows..... what a surprise 'rolling my eyes'! Any way, it was not very good in general. There was several occasions were words, events and scenes repeated or were very similar. But to make up for all this, Dashner through a final surprise at the very end of the book, that doesn't help clearing the general picture, on the contrary! I think I'll read the next one although I suspect where the events will lead to!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Garrett

    James' writing is getting better and better. I enjoyed the first book, but I felt it dragged a little bit and the writing wasn't the best. This time, I got into the book much more. It was a fun and easy read. Setting: We get to see lots of different realities and Chu Industries. James has some fun insights into the various realities. Plot: Tick and his friends have to stop Chu from making everyone insane with his dark infinity machine. They get help from some old friends, new friends, and even an ol James' writing is getting better and better. I enjoyed the first book, but I felt it dragged a little bit and the writing wasn't the best. This time, I got into the book much more. It was a fun and easy read. Setting: We get to see lots of different realities and Chu Industries. James has some fun insights into the various realities. Plot: Tick and his friends have to stop Chu from making everyone insane with his dark infinity machine. They get help from some old friends, new friends, and even an old enemy. This plot was much more complex than the first one, and I felt like the characters had to struggle more to earn the "win." Conflict: Some good stuff here. From Tick and Chu major conflict to a complicated relationship with Jane to Sato's internal conflict. This is a good middle book in the series. Character: The main characters were more real, more flawed, which helped increase the conflict too. Sato was expecially interesting. Text: Much better written. Better dialogue and a smoother read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

    This book continued the story started in book one quite nicely. Tick, Sofia and Paul are kidnapped by Reginald Chu from the Fourth Reality. They are put through a series of tests and riddles that they have to figure out. The consequences for failure are deadly. Master George's team is scrambling to figure out where Tick and friends are while trying to cure a plague of viral insanity that is impacting many of the realities. Throw a Mistress Jane trying to turn over a new leaf and be nice into the This book continued the story started in book one quite nicely. Tick, Sofia and Paul are kidnapped by Reginald Chu from the Fourth Reality. They are put through a series of tests and riddles that they have to figure out. The consequences for failure are deadly. Master George's team is scrambling to figure out where Tick and friends are while trying to cure a plague of viral insanity that is impacting many of the realities. Throw a Mistress Jane trying to turn over a new leaf and be nice into the mix and it makes for an interesting story. As with book one there is a definite resolution to the story. It is obvious that there will be another book, but you aren't left with an irritating cliffhanger. Can't wait to see what Book Three has to offer.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Angelbug

    Since I enjoyed James Dashner's The Maze Runner series so much, I figured that this series would be worth a try- and I was right. I absolutely loved reading this, and I highly recommend it to anyone who likes action, friendship and heroism. This book had me on the edge of my seat pretty much the whole time I was reading it. The characters were fun to read about, although in my opinion, the two most intriguing characters had to be Sato and Mistress Jane. It was extremely difficult to put it down Since I enjoyed James Dashner's The Maze Runner series so much, I figured that this series would be worth a try- and I was right. I absolutely loved reading this, and I highly recommend it to anyone who likes action, friendship and heroism. This book had me on the edge of my seat pretty much the whole time I was reading it. The characters were fun to read about, although in my opinion, the two most intriguing characters had to be Sato and Mistress Jane. It was extremely difficult to put it down because I just wanted to keep reading! This book was simply amazing, and I look forward to reading the next book in this captivating series.

  13. 4 out of 5

    demonslayer666

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I liked this book about Paul, Tick and Sophia and I wish I had read the first book first because I think it would have made more sense to me. Mom got me this book when we went to Burning Man and I started reading it in the car. In this book they wait for a message for an assignment from Master George to tell them what they will do next. I like this book because they go to a place where Realities live and the villains confuse me because sometimes they are nice and sometimes they are mean. I think I liked this book about Paul, Tick and Sophia and I wish I had read the first book first because I think it would have made more sense to me. Mom got me this book when we went to Burning Man and I started reading it in the car. In this book they wait for a message for an assignment from Master George to tell them what they will do next. I like this book because they go to a place where Realities live and the villains confuse me because sometimes they are nice and sometimes they are mean. I think they try to help Tick and his friends, but it is confusing to me sometimes. The book is good, Paul is funny and it moves really fast like a good book with lots of suspense.

  14. 4 out of 5

    A.

    This man, James Dashner, sexually abuses women serially and I will never support his work. Read the comments section: http://www.slj.com/2018/01/industry-n... This man, James Dashner, sexually abuses women serially and I will never support his work. Read the comments section: http://www.slj.com/2018/01/industry-n...

  15. 5 out of 5

    Naya N.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Basically, the plot of the book is Sofia, Tick and Paul have had a quiet summer until Master George, the leader of the Realitant's (an elite group of handpicked people who aim to save the Realities) sends them a message. They are soon tricked by the evil Reginald Chu from the 4th reality, who puts them in a series of tests in order for Tick to become the "apprentice" for Chu -- they just don't know it yet. However, Mistress Jane is sentenced to kill Tick. Only one of them can be alive in the end Basically, the plot of the book is Sofia, Tick and Paul have had a quiet summer until Master George, the leader of the Realitant's (an elite group of handpicked people who aim to save the Realities) sends them a message. They are soon tricked by the evil Reginald Chu from the 4th reality, who puts them in a series of tests in order for Tick to become the "apprentice" for Chu -- they just don't know it yet. However, Mistress Jane is sentenced to kill Tick. Only one of them can be alive in the end, according to the twisted games of Mr. Reginald, and only one knows the true meaning of why. Towards the end of the book is when it starts getting really interesting, because that's when all the crap happens and it gets really, REALLY intense. One of my favorite characters in this book is Mistress Jane. In the last one, she was the big baddie. In this book however, she demonstrates a different side of her. One with a lost love, one where she realizes who she became and trying to be better. She actually thinks what she's trying to do with the 13 realities is right because of the pain she's been through. She actually --big spoilers here, beware-- comforts Tick in a "motherly manner" when he's so lost and confused and scared about his power. She tries to work with Tick to destroy Chu, because she knows that he is really the Villain. She even risks her own life in order to save both of them and the rest of the realities. I like how the "villain" wasn't really a villain, and we got to see a completely different side of her even through Ticks perspective. I didn't like this book as much as the first one because it didn't have as many riddles to solve which I really enjoyed in the first one. Sofia is my favorite character in the series, not because she's a girl but because she has a lot of layers to her. I think a reason why people don't like her is because they don't understand her. And I think that's completely unfair. The book does move kind of slow at first, but the end is pretty amazing.

  16. 5 out of 5

    ZackMorris

    The issues that Tick faces are very similar and different from my own. Tick has some problems that are very different from mine. For example, the evil mastermind that is trying to kill him, I don’t have that problem. He also got kidnapped and I have never had that happen to me. One of the things that are important to him though is his friends who help him through his trials. One of the most important things for me to get over my problems is my friends. They help me a lot to not give up. Another The issues that Tick faces are very similar and different from my own. Tick has some problems that are very different from mine. For example, the evil mastermind that is trying to kill him, I don’t have that problem. He also got kidnapped and I have never had that happen to me. One of the things that are important to him though is his friends who help him through his trials. One of the most important things for me to get over my problems is my friends. They help me a lot to not give up. Another problem that he faces is he misses his family. Whenever I go to a different state for a hockey tournament I always miss my family as well. The 13th Reality The Hunt For Dark Infinity by James Dashner is a pretty good book. It is a good book that is usually interesting. About a fourth of the book is kind of slow and not very fast-paced. This book is good and I would recommend it to people who aren’t super into a lot of action but still like a good adventure. I would recommend it to most people but a little bit older because they are usually a little calmer and have a bigger attention span. This book has good diction and you know what the characters are thinking and feeling at all times. One of the reasons that it isn’t very fast-paced is the plot. The plot has to develop and grow but it is still a very good plot.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Green Jazz Blues

    Following the unravelling of the twelve clues which took up the bulk of the first book and their first mission to save the Realities (alternative worlds or parallel universes, whatever you want to call them), Tick and his friends are suddenly sent to various different Realities and undergo certain tests only to later discover that the sinister Reginald Chu from the Fourth Reality has been manipulating them in order to get hold of Tick OR Mistress Jane to become his apprentice in his power-hungry Following the unravelling of the twelve clues which took up the bulk of the first book and their first mission to save the Realities (alternative worlds or parallel universes, whatever you want to call them), Tick and his friends are suddenly sent to various different Realities and undergo certain tests only to later discover that the sinister Reginald Chu from the Fourth Reality has been manipulating them in order to get hold of Tick OR Mistress Jane to become his apprentice in his power-hungry scheme involving Dark Infinity, a scheme which would change the Realities to meet his devious ends. There is also a strange insanity virus occurring throughout the Realities and Master George and the other Realitants are trying to get to the bottom of it to devise an antidote to cure those affected. There is a lot more action than in the first book and we get a lot more about Sato in this book. There is a change in Mistress Jane who is showing signs that she wants to stop being so evil. However, the ending was rather horrible even if the schemes of Reginald Chu are destroyed. There's also a surprise regarding Tick's mother but I won't spoil things by telling you about it!

  18. 4 out of 5

    belcyne

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 2.8/5 (?) Well, good enough. Not better than the 1st book (The Journal of Curious Letters). Again-and-again, the beginning is sooooo boring. But the plot twist kinda make me scared. And that M.G. man is... I should say... manipulative. Poor Tick. Also again, I needed more Sato's scene with Tick. Like, what they both know is, TICK SAVED SATO AGAIN. COME ON, SATO COULD DO BETTER. M.G. ALSO LET SATO WORK BY HIMSLEF, HE'S JUST A 14/15 YEARS OLD BOY. Honestly, I really wanted to punch M.G. ‘I tried 2.8/5 (?) Well, good enough. Not better than the 1st book (The Journal of Curious Letters). Again-and-again, the beginning is sooooo boring. But the plot twist kinda make me scared. And that M.G. man is... I should say... manipulative. Poor Tick. Also again, I needed more Sato's scene with Tick. Like, what they both know is, TICK SAVED SATO AGAIN. COME ON, SATO COULD DO BETTER. M.G. ALSO LET SATO WORK BY HIMSLEF, HE'S JUST A 14/15 YEARS OLD BOY. Honestly, I really wanted to punch M.G. ‘I tried so hard to make him see—to work with him, to help him. But in the end, he looked at me and threw all of his powers against me. He hurt me, Frazier. I will always be in pain now.’ Okay, I don't know what do I feel now. Mixture feeling for Mistress Jane. I don't know if I have to love her or hate her. But overall, I've been really related to Tick, his friends, and the science things bc we're in the same age. Good Work!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sam Schroder

    A few weeks ago I reviewed the first book in the 13th Reality series and I have had books 2 and 3 waiting ever since. Tick, Sophia and Paul have agreed to work with Master George as realitants, protecting the 12 realities from Reginald Chu and his desire for total domination of all realities. But Mistress Jane, in her warped 13th reality, has other ideas. And when Chu decides he needs either Tick or Jane to fulfill his plans, the unlikely duo find themselves having to work together for the great A few weeks ago I reviewed the first book in the 13th Reality series and I have had books 2 and 3 waiting ever since. Tick, Sophia and Paul have agreed to work with Master George as realitants, protecting the 12 realities from Reginald Chu and his desire for total domination of all realities. But Mistress Jane, in her warped 13th reality, has other ideas. And when Chu decides he needs either Tick or Jane to fulfill his plans, the unlikely duo find themselves having to work together for the greater good. But what is it about Tick that has everyone, even Master George, determined to stop him? Another fast-paced, high-action adventure from Dashner, including what I consider to be his trademark of gross metallic monsters and relentless terror. A great series for the 11-15 (or 52) year old readers.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Bethany

    This was AMAZING! It was a fantastically written book that ultimately made me fall in love with the characters, plot, and setting even more than the first book. It was a little more mature than the first one, but I think that's what made this story great for me. Atticus became a deeper character, Realities are falling apart, people are going insane, and Mistress Jane stepped aside for Reginald Chu to become the main villain. All in all, this was fantastic! I loved this book! And Sato became an i This was AMAZING! It was a fantastically written book that ultimately made me fall in love with the characters, plot, and setting even more than the first book. It was a little more mature than the first one, but I think that's what made this story great for me. Atticus became a deeper character, Realities are falling apart, people are going insane, and Mistress Jane stepped aside for Reginald Chu to become the main villain. All in all, this was fantastic! I loved this book! And Sato became an interesting, likable character as well! I loved his little adventure into an insane reality with crazy people. Plus, seeing different Realities full of interesting societies was cool. Overall, this has got to be one of my favorite books. Read it! You won't regret it.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Naim Fazrin

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I think it's getting better than the first book... They got their mission... My only complaint is just Tick was becoming a bit impatient and bad temper at some moments... I like him obedient like normal Tick previously... I'm starting to like Sato too... He's a very good boy tbh... Sofia with the bravery and Paul, the friend man 👊👊👊. I really it... Their struggles were a bit concluded wrongly when it's all caused by Tick lol 😂😂😂. I wish there could be at least some vicious caused by Reginald Chu I think it's getting better than the first book... They got their mission... My only complaint is just Tick was becoming a bit impatient and bad temper at some moments... I like him obedient like normal Tick previously... I'm starting to like Sato too... He's a very good boy tbh... Sofia with the bravery and Paul, the friend man 👊👊👊. I really it... Their struggles were a bit concluded wrongly when it's all caused by Tick lol 😂😂😂. I wish there could be at least some vicious caused by Reginald Chu or Mistress Jane which will make them look stronger... Idk but overall I still love the book!!! Can't wait to read the third one... Oh btw, it's the corona time... Stay safe everyone 🤗🤗🤗

  22. 4 out of 5

    Orangetails

    Okay, so this book was good...especially the parts about Tick and his abilities (OH MY GOODNESS, STUFF WAS GOING DOWN), but the bits with Mistress Jane were weird. Like, good...but weird. It was almost like this book wanted to stress that Reginald Chu was bad, and Mistress Jane could actually be nice. And then the ending...it was excellent until the very end, but kinda a letdown at the very end. I was expecting...dang, I can't say because of spoilers. Okay, here's the sum-up: the book was good, Okay, so this book was good...especially the parts about Tick and his abilities (OH MY GOODNESS, STUFF WAS GOING DOWN), but the bits with Mistress Jane were weird. Like, good...but weird. It was almost like this book wanted to stress that Reginald Chu was bad, and Mistress Jane could actually be nice. And then the ending...it was excellent until the very end, but kinda a letdown at the very end. I was expecting...dang, I can't say because of spoilers. Okay, here's the sum-up: the book was good, but I was bummed about Mistress Jane and her characterization.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Fainne J. Firmin

    I couldn't remember much of the first book when starting this one, and I still don't really remember a lot (what happened with Sato in the first book? I have NO idea). Despite that, I still enjoyed this book. It did go into "MC is ultra special" territory, but it was interesting. And by the end he was still completely out of control, and it was still mysterious, so that was nice. While I find it amusing that the books are all "SCIENCE" even when there are mysterious powers that border on magic, I I couldn't remember much of the first book when starting this one, and I still don't really remember a lot (what happened with Sato in the first book? I have NO idea). Despite that, I still enjoyed this book. It did go into "MC is ultra special" territory, but it was interesting. And by the end he was still completely out of control, and it was still mysterious, so that was nice. While I find it amusing that the books are all "SCIENCE" even when there are mysterious powers that border on magic, I like how it works into the universe. It was an entertaining read. I quite liked it over all.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Casey C. 6

    13th Reality Hunt for the Dark Infinity by James Dashner is a book that takes place in 13 different realities. Three friends, Tick, Sofia, and Paul, get notified that they are having a meeting for the Realitants, a group of people from all the realities set on protecting them. While waiting to get winked, a form of transportation to get from reality to reality, to the base they get kidnapped and winked by someone else without them knowing. The friends go through a series of tasks over a period o 13th Reality Hunt for the Dark Infinity by James Dashner is a book that takes place in 13 different realities. Three friends, Tick, Sofia, and Paul, get notified that they are having a meeting for the Realitants, a group of people from all the realities set on protecting them. While waiting to get winked, a form of transportation to get from reality to reality, to the base they get kidnapped and winked by someone else without them knowing. The friends go through a series of tasks over a period of several weeks until they find out that at the end Tick is the only one who is wanted. The kidnapper wants either Tick or a semi-good Mistress Jane. I personally like this book because it picks of perfectly from the first book, 13th Reality and the Journal of Curious Letters. It never leaves questions from the end of the first one to the beginning of the second. Also, it picks up into its plot line almost right out of the gate. One of the biggest problems though is it’s really confusing at times with all of the terms that you have never heard before. You know it’s a little problem when there is a dictionary in the back with important people, places, and terms. This is one problem that I am willing to overlook for I like books taht make you think just like this. I think that it is worth it to read this but I probably won’t read this again.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Muniba

    I picked this book because Aman recommended me to read this and said it was very interesting. I predicted this book to be adventurous and has a lot of plot twists. I also thought it had something to do with magic by the cover. My overall reaction to this book is that it's very fun to read and it has man plot twists that keeps you interested. Although it's a good book it's all over the place like there's a lot of things happening. I picked this book because Aman recommended me to read this and said it was very interesting. I predicted this book to be adventurous and has a lot of plot twists. I also thought it had something to do with magic by the cover. My overall reaction to this book is that it's very fun to read and it has man plot twists that keeps you interested. Although it's a good book it's all over the place like there's a lot of things happening.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Eddie

    Seems better written than the first installment, the characters definitely take you directions you didn't expect. The different realities are very different. I do like the moral character of the characters, they keep fewer secrets, tell fewer lies than other similar series. The parents are involved in decision making and are supportive in many ways, something else I like. I think I'll withhold final judgment until I finish the series. Seems better written than the first installment, the characters definitely take you directions you didn't expect. The different realities are very different. I do like the moral character of the characters, they keep fewer secrets, tell fewer lies than other similar series. The parents are involved in decision making and are supportive in many ways, something else I like. I think I'll withhold final judgment until I finish the series.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Austin Higgins

    This is a book about three kids, who get forced to do trials, by an evil man named Reginald Chu. Chu also gets their enemy, and tries to get the main Character Tick and her to fight. Tick eventually finds out he has amazing powers. It is a good book but it was a little confusing because I read the first one so long ago.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    This, to me, read like a live-action TV series. It was a lot better in terms of feeling uncomfortable and being interesting, and I think I'd have rated it 5 stars a few years ago when I was more in the attended age range and before my standards and interests changed to that of a 9-12 year old to a 15 year old. Still thought it was great though! This, to me, read like a live-action TV series. It was a lot better in terms of feeling uncomfortable and being interesting, and I think I'd have rated it 5 stars a few years ago when I was more in the attended age range and before my standards and interests changed to that of a 9-12 year old to a 15 year old. Still thought it was great though!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cym

    This is much more thrilling, much darker than the first one. More dangers confront Tick, Sofia, and Paul as they solve more riddles. The trope is kind of cliché with all the unexpected expected going on. You’ll know what I mean when you read it. It’s a page turner, though. And of course, a third book is expected.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Landon

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Tick was in pain, extreme pain. He went to rub his but the pain was to great so he sat there until the pain subsided then eased himself into a sitting position and rubbed his eyes. He looked over and saw Paul leaned up against a tree with arms folded. He looked over some more and saw Sofia curled up in a ball with leaves in her hair like she had been there and rolling around in it for a long time. They all eventually got up and were walking. Tick looked into the forest and saw something like the Tick was in pain, extreme pain. He went to rub his but the pain was to great so he sat there until the pain subsided then eased himself into a sitting position and rubbed his eyes. He looked over and saw Paul leaned up against a tree with arms folded. He looked over some more and saw Sofia curled up in a ball with leaves in her hair like she had been there and rolling around in it for a long time. They all eventually got up and were walking. Tick looked into the forest and saw something like the trees had melted together. Sofia pointed and screamed at something in the forest then turned around. Tick and Paul were confused at what she saw then saw it. A deer was morphed into the tree with three legs sticking out. Half of its face was in the tree but the other half's eye showed just how terrified it was before it died. To find out what happens next read The 13th Reality #2 The Hunt for Dark Infinity by James Dashner. Tick is very brave and is able to make the chi'karda do what he wants it to do but he doesn't know how to use it until the end. During the book Tick has many challenges he has to face alone or with his friends. At the beginning Tick was just hanging out with his friends being normal (or as normal it gets when you know about thirteen other reality's that once do something you could have killed yourself in three other reality's). But by the time the end of the book is close he learns more about how that whole if you step here in another reality you could get rich or get killed. I really liked this book because of the way he wrote it, how sometimes it was extremely fast paced and sometimes it was kinda peaceful. I also liked it because it was excellently written. Another thing that I liked this book is because of its comedy like when master George try's sending them a message but he accidentally puts it in there wall. Also when Paul is saying that he is perfect but Sofia points out that his ears are crooked.

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