The Eye Of Minds
"[The] test of a good novel is dreading to begin the last chapter." ~Thomas Helm
With a book like The Eye Of Minds, you will certainly dread reading the last chapter. This is not because it is boring or poorly written, but because you will not want this book to end. I strongly believe that you should add this book to the school library. With a book like this, Kids of all grades will want to check it out. The characters are all realistic and relatable, the content was interesting and easy to connect to, and the plot was full of very interesting twists and turns.
The characters in this book are easy to relate to and realistic for multiple reasons.
The characters in this book are important , but the content is even more important.
This book has a very strong plot
So you see...
Dashner, James. The Eye of Minds. New York: Delacorte, 2013. Print.
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