Minecraft

Minecraft

The Island

eBook - 2017
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An official tie-in to the globally popular video game traces the story of a new hero stranded in the world of Minecraft who must survive a harsh environment while unraveling the secrets of a mysterious island.
Publisher: New York : Del Rey, 2017.
ISBN: 9780399181788
Branch Call Number: E-BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xi, 271 pages)
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc
Alternative Title: Island
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AKS9
Nov 13, 2020

AWESOME! This is an amazing book and if you like adventure, then you should definitely read this book! Often a long wait until you can read it if you held it, but worth the wait.

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will_shrly
Feb 24, 2020

Fun adventure book, MUST read!

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LightPyxl
Feb 13, 2020

THIS BOOK IS AWESOME!!! YOU HAVE TO READ IT!!! 11 OUT OF 10 STARS!!!!!!!!!

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The_blue_Average_1
Jan 05, 2020

I'll definitely recommend this book to both older and new minecraft players,great book btw.

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BIGFUNGUS09
Oct 27, 2019

Awesome! I loved this book #myfavoritebook

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Tankz135
Oct 22, 2019

Great book. Bad ending.

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jasperpblackburn
Mar 15, 2019

Great book! If you want to see more like this, check out Sean Fay Wolfe's Elementia Chronicles Quest for Justice!

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jennbefree
Feb 06, 2019

I have never read another book like it! I was astonished by the intricate use of words!
I recommend this survival/adventure novel to Minecraft fans everywhere.
The reason I loved it is because even though I don't play Minecraft, I still love
it. -Liam.s

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red_dog_16915
Nov 26, 2018

I think this is a really fun book. I enjoyed every minute of it. I laughed while reading it, I groaned while reading it, I freaked out while reading it. Although I think it was really funny, I also think that this is a very human story. It made me think about how some people can really feel abandoned and out of their minds sometimes. This book not only focuses on what's happening around the character. It also focuses a lot on what's happening inside the character's head. How he has no idea of what to do, how he has no one to tell him the basic things that some of us would groan at, how he learns everything about how life in there works with hard experience. I totally recommend it to anyone who likes to Minecraft and/or wants to read a very hard and human story about someone trying to fit in the new world around him. I think the author of this book really knows how to use his words.

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Lightning_11
Oct 31, 2018

This is a really fun book... However, I would suggest reading it before you get very good at Minecraft. That way you can learn along with the poor trapped guy instead of thinking, "Why can't you learn already?!"
I really like this book! I definitely think you should read it too, but also try out Minecraft for yourself. Take it from someone who knows, Minecraft is worth a try.

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