Trapped in a Video Game (Book 3): Robots Revolt

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This is a cool story about kids who get trapped in a video game. This book was about some kids who get stuck in a video game trying to save their friend Eric. I thought the plot was very believable. For example, it is possible to have an iron fist if you’re playing or are in a video game. I thought the book was very well written. The book kept me so interested that I couldn’t wait to read the book the next day. I think the moral of the story was, “If you really want something, you have to work hard for it.” For example, in the book Jesse and his friends never gave up trying to save Eric, even while going through tough challenges such as facing a twelve-story robot. I thought there could have been more pictures because while reading some very interesting parts of the story, I wanted to see what was actually going on, and I think other readers might also want the same. I think ages nine and up who love video games or even kids who don’t like video games would love this book. This a great series. I think this because at the end the author left it as a cliffhanger, so I was eager to read the next book. I had never read a book like this, so I was really excited to read the book. Since it turned out to be a great book, I considered reading more books like this. I would recommend this book because it is like you are in an action packed adventure. This was a great book, and I think you’ll enjoy this book too. “Never judge a book by its cover!”

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Author Dustin Brady • Jesse Brady, Illustrator
Star Count 4/5
Format Trade
Page Count 176 pages
Publisher Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publish Date 2018-09-04
ISBN 9781449495152
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Issue Mar-19
Category Tweens


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