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The 13th Reality: The Hunt for Dark Infinity

by James Dashner

Rated: Mild

“The boy stared at his world gone mad.” So begins the second book of the bestselling 13th Reality series, The Hunt for Dark Infinity. The malicious Reginald Chu has devised a way to infiltrate the minds of people and creatures alike — controlling their thoughts, speech and actions.

New Realitants Tick, Sophia, and Paul must find a way to penetrate Chu’s destructive creation before he gains control over all the Realities. But they are at the mercy of Chu’s test as they are winked from one reality to another and forced to decode strange messages and battle deadly creatures in order to save their own lives.

From a distance, Master George can provide aid when it’s most needed, but even he can’t stop the events from unfolding. For he knows that Tick needs to make whatever sacrifice necessary to stop Chu from succeeding.

From the first sentence to the last, Dark Infinity will propel you through fantastic Realities, spin you against another adventure just as you’re ready to take a breath, then deposit you in the middle of one of the most clever twists I’ve read in years.

Rated: Mild, for mild peril.

— Reviewed by Heather B. Moore

Heather Moore is an award-winning author of historical fiction. She also owns and manages an editing company, Precision Editing Group, LLC.

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Review of The 13th Reality: The Hunt for Dark Infinity
  • The 13th Reality: The Hunt for Dark Infinity
  • by James Dashner
  • Rated: Mild
  • Genre: Young adult
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