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The journal of curious letters (#1 Thirteenth Reality)

Dashner, James, 1972- author.

New York Aladdin 2009

xi, 506 pages illustrations 20 cm.

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Thirteen-year-old Atticus "Tick" Higginbottom begins receiving mysterious letters from around the world signed only "M.G.," and the clues contained therein lead him on a journey to the perilous 13th Reality and a confrontation with evil Mistress Jane.

Reading Counts: Level 6.3 / 22.0 Points / 49224.

Lexile: 910L

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ISBN:

9781416991526

LC Call No:

PZ7.D2587 Jou 2009

Dewey Class No:

[Fic] 23

Author:

Dashner, James, 1972- author.

Title:

The journal of curious letters (#1 Thirteenth Reality) James Dashner ; illustrated by Bryan Beus.

Edition:

First Aladdin paperback edition.

Physical:

xi, 506 pages illustrations 20 cm.

ContentType:

text rdacontent

MediaType:

unmediated rdamedia

CarrierType:

volume rdacarrier

Series:

The 13th reality ; bk. 1

Citation/Refs:

School Library Journal, 8/2008

Summary:

Thirteen-year-old Atticus "Tick" Higginbottom begins receiving mysterious letters from around the world signed only "M.G.," and the clues contained therein lead him on a journey to the perilous 13th Reality and a confrontation with evil Mistress Jane.

Target Audience:

910 Lexile. 0

Target Audience:

6.

Target Audience:

5-8.

Study Program:

Accelerated Reader MG 6.0 15.0 121989.

Study Program:

Reading Counts RC 6.3 22.0 49224.

Subject:

Space and time--Fiction

Subject:

Letters--Fiction

Subject:

Family life--Washington (State)--Fiction

Subject:

Science fiction

AE:PersName:

Beus, Bryan, ill.

SAE:PersonlName:

Dashner, James, 1972- 13th reality ; 1.

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Patron Reviews

Review by Isaac Parker.
I thought this book was very good. My only complaints are with the cover, which even though they say not to, people judge the book by. I like the way the book creates a puzzle that you can solve before the main character does. It also creates a feeling of intensity and amazing characters as Atticus Higginbottom races to try and solve the twelve clues before it is too late. The reason I rate this book four stars instead of five, is that it has too little adventure, but that changes with the second book.


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