Review of The Eye Of Minds: Mortality Doctrine #1- James Dashner

Posted: July 19, 2015 in children, Review, science fiction, young adult
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The Eye of Minds is the first book in the Mortality Doctrine series, and is an incredibly good book.

The main characters, Michael, Sarah and Bryson, are hackers, and very good ones at that. They use their hacking ability to play their way through the virtnet, a video game you’d play in a dreamstate thanks to nerve boxes. These three intrepid heroes are sent by virtnet-security to catch another hacker called Kaine – who’s been up to some pretty nasty things in the virtnet…

This book outlines the story of the friends tracking Kaine through the virtnet and I thoroughly enjoyed the concept of the story. One of the things I enjoyed was how easy it was to relate to the characters no matter what was happening. (I also enjoyed the twists that you would never see coming.)

This is a book for any book-lover over 10! (Some of the scenes are a little dark) I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys science fiction. It is a great read for mostly anybody!

I am very much looking forward to the next book in the series, Rule of Thoughts.

Corgi

Supplied by Rnndom House New Zealand

Reviewed by Dylan

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