Kid reviews for Shade's Children

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Relentless tale of future warfare asks disturbing questions.
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age 11+
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Teen, 17 years old Written byHarry Mason April 6, 2017

An outstanding young adult novel that rarely pulls its punches

While at times Shade's Children can be a bleak book filled with peril and touchy subjects - like the flaws of mankind and its helplessness against the forces of otherworldly overlords - Nix presents a story that inspires teamwork, companionship, and humanity in the face of dark and rough situations. Although underrated and somewhat hard to find, checking this read out is very worthwhile!

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Positive Messages
Positive role models
Teen, 14 years old Written byAnsle May 18, 2013

Amazingand ation packed

In a world that is falling apart Gold-eye and his friends strugle to survive. They will have to face unknown dandgers together and learn to trust the people closest to them. In there group they must find the sorce of this evil and destroy it if they don't the world will go on as it is. I loved this book and i recomend it to people who like action and adventure books. I think some girls will like it and some wont (I am a girl).Using their powers they must fight together or die alone.

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Violence & scariness