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Journey to a Different Dimension: An Adventure in the World of Minecraft

3.69 of 5 stars 3.69  ·  rating details  ·  16 ratings  ·  4 reviews
A boy who loves Minecraft so much that he has made himself a master of the game, an athlete trying to escape his troubled family, and a beautiful girl who utilizes her intelligence and resourcefulness to overcome her lack of knowledge of the game join forces when they must battle not only to survive but also to find their way back home. Thrown into a different dimension, a ...more
Paperback, 138 pages
Published May 17th 2013 by Createspace
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Ms. Yingling
Paul and Ryan are all set to play Minecraft when they have to visit with Tiffany, whose mother is visiting with Paul's stepmother. She isn't interested in their game, but when the game starts, all three teens are sucked into the world of Minecraft. They are unsure how they will get out, but know that they have to keep themselves safe, and go about their days as if they were playing the game. They are robbed, find and blow up the robbers, and go into the jungle. There, they see a village and prot ...more
As expected, the main characters unexpectedly find themselves inside the game. This book goes through the entire game from hidey-hole to the Nether to the End. At times the story feels a little contrived to fit the game into the story. However, it seems to be a safe and predictable read.

This book should be fine for Minecraft fans in grades as low as grade 4?
I think my son would rate this 5 stars but as a non-Minecraft player, I was bored silly. Also, I know the book was self published but there were so many errors that it made for a frustrating read for a third grader. I kept making my son re-read sentences thinking he read it wrong when it fact it was just really poorly edited. Still-anything that makes my kids excited about reading is ok by me.
Elisabeth Hurley
This book got an extra star because my Minecraft-obsessed 6 year old loved it. I'm sure he'd give it 5 stars. I'd give it at least another star if I found out it was written by a teen, which is what I suspect. It felt very much like the first draft of a fictionalized walk-through of the game. I did learn some tips and tricks about how to play the game though.
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Stan Schatt has written thirty books on a wide variety of topics including a chapter book for children, a YA novel, biographies of Michael Connelly and Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., and books on technology and career changing. His love for teaching is reflected in outstanding teaching awards he received from the University of Southern California and DeVry Institute of Technology.

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