Review of “Warcross” by Marie Lu.

Hey there! Here I am with my 3rd blog for this week, and I am crazy about this book. It’s my all time favorite. I finished reading it in a day and wanted to lay my hands on it’s sequel right at that moment. I just love the way Marie Lu has put the story into appropriate words. This is a science fiction book, and it is AMAZING!! So here it goes. Age 12+. Warcross is a game created by a billionaire, Hideo Tanaka from Tokyo.

Emika Chen, a bounty-hunter and teenager who hacks, makes her living by catching illegal Warcross players. One day Emika takes a risk and hacks into the opening game of the Warcross Championship, and ends-up being visible to all the players present there. This incident makes her famous in one night, there are posters of her, she’s been spoken about in news, and the local-news stations want to talk to her.

Hideo Tanaka, the creator of Warcross, invites her to Tokyo-Japan, and offers her a job. He wants her to participate in the game, and help him find someone named “Zero”. She accepts the offer, and becomes friends with Hideo. In the first-official game “Zero” almost kills Hideo. Emika tries to warn Hideo, but he doesn’t listen.

“Zero” gives a proposal to Emika too, and now it is Emika’s choice to help either “Zero” or Hideo! Read the book to know – Who does Emika Chen help? Who is “Zero”? Why does “Zero” wish to kill Hideo?

Review of “More Than We Can Tell” by Brigid Kemmerer.

Hey! This is my 2nd blog for this week. And I’m very exited to review this book, I enjoyed this book, very much. And this is another fiction book, it has a story which is kind of like Warcross by Marie Lu, but it isn’t completely like Warcross. This book is not my fav, but if you like books Warcross, I would totally recommend it. So let’s begin. Age 13+.

Two characters, Rev Fletcher and Emma Blue, struggle with their own personal lives.

Emma has problems with someone who’s been threatening her, on a online game she built herself, and with her parents(mostly her mom).

Rev faces problems because, his real father who he hasn’t met in many years, is now sending him letters and Emails.

They both study in the same school, and Rev is Emma’s senior. They meet each-other in front of a church, they both discuss their problems and try to help. One day Emma get’s into trouble, (spoiler) Emma gets into the car of a half-stranger, who she knew because of her game, the same day Rev meets his dad.

What happens to Emma Blue? Read the book to find out.