Review of The Rule Of Thoughts: Mortality Doctrine #2 – James Dashner

Posted: July 29, 2015 in children, Review, science fiction, young adult
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The Rule of Thoughts is the second book in the Mortality Doctrine series, which started with The Eye of Minds and like it’s counterpart, it’s an incredibly good book.

This is an instance where you must read the first book to understand what’s going on. This book continues the story of Michael, Sarah and Bryson on their quest to stop cyber-terrorist Kaine from taking over the virtnet. The virtnet is a social game website that you play through nerve-wires that make you think the game is real!

As I said earlier, this book is as good as it’s counterpart, if not better! The first thing I enjoyed about this book is the action that thrives after the first few chapters, and the new challenges that arise. There is one problem, however, that the characters aren’t as well developed as last time, and some of the time it is hard to understand their feelings.

Just like the last book, anyone over 10 should have a blast reading this amazing book, the suspense will keep you reading it past your bedtime!

I very much look forward to the concluding book in the trilogy, Game of Lives, which is due out in September 2015.

Corgi

Supplied by Random House New Zealand

Reviewed by Dylan

Review of The Eye of Minds

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