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  • In this book, the timeline starts to get a little confusing, especially as there are actually three worlds that the story takes place in

    • by englishdude
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      Nightrise is a novel by Anthony Horowitz, and is the third book in “The power of five” series, after “Evil Star” and “Raven’s Gate”.

      Unlike the two books preceding it, this book follows Scott and Jamie Tyler, telepathic twins. I find this strange to have two of the five in one


      book, because it was one per book in the other two.

      Although the book is about both Jamie and Scott, Scott plays only a very small role, and speaks even less (15 lines at the most), but that may be due to the fact he was kidnapped (always helps people say ...


      • less).

        I find this book to be less scary and supernatural than the other two, which is strange, because the front cover looks very evil (but don’t judge a book by it’s cover).

        In this book, the timeline starts to get a little confusing, especially as there are actually three worlds that

        the story takes place in: the modern world, the world as it was 10,000 years ago, and a strange dream world that connects the two.

        If you read “Evil Star” or “Raven’s Gate” or just enjoy a good book, this is a must read, but it is not for the littlest of kids.




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