Saturday, July 05, 2014

Review of the book Mindwar by Andrew Klavan

I really enjoyed this book, I read it in 2 days! It was about a boy who got asked to be put into a video game to help save the world and what happens in the video game affects him in real life. Like if he gets hurt in the video game, in real life he gets hurt as well! In the end everything worked out and the world was saved. I liked how the unreality is better than the reality. Sometimes these books are great for just getting away and don't involve much thinking to read it, just a light read. I would probably read more books by this author. I think it would be cool if we could end up in a video game and try to save the world, I don't play much video games or such but maybe if this opportunity came up I would. This wasn't really a Christian book, it was just a normal book which is ok sometimes. I liked how helpful the character in the book was. He took it upon himself to save the world. I really enjoyed that. I enjoyed this book so much I told my dad about it and he was enthused as well. I would probably share this book with others so they could enjoy it as much as I did. Sometimes I wish my life could be so exciting and have so many things going on, because life gets boring for me sometimes with my husband working all the time and I am by myself.

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