Skyfire

Skyfire am Kindle This book is aimed a very particular audience and to be strictly honestly I feel like that audience is like year old boys I surmise yo So obviously this just wasn t the bo

Skyfire am Kindle This book is aimed a very particular audience, and to be strictly honestly...I feel like that audience is like 12 year old boys. (I surmise, yo.) So obviously this just wasn't the book for me. It features a lot of things that instantly made me grow cold and dead inside as a mouldy grape. AKA = (A) a trillionare which is not a word, who randomly wants to give his money away (wut even dude), (B) 7 kids who are selected to receive symbols and save the world, (C) villains with no motivations, and (D) tons of cliches that had me mildly wincing. But, AGAIN, this is severely a case of me not being the intended audience. Sooooo take that as you will. Although, even as a 12 year old little rabid bookworm, I would've been rolling my eyes. Hence the low rating.(PS. I received this book for review! And I like to at least give a try to everything soooo...that's why I'm reading it.)I'm also not a fan of the writing style. Mainly because it was VERY broad. Like we have 7 characters who all sound the same, have personalities of a collective crepe, and switch POVs all the freaking time. My eyes just glazed over.And it also features the cliche: kids can save the world! They don't need money! Or adults! Which bothers me. Like, bad stuff is happening but....don't tell your parents? Okay, children. I will just be over here feeling old and 1000% done.It's an action adventure story that focuses on explosions, mysterious symbols, and world-saving. I think. It's aimed at middle-grade audience and honestly...it's not a complex thing. I need (and still needed when I was smallish) more meat to chew in the books I read. Not a fan, Jan. Not at all.. Seven talented and driven teenagers from around the world have been selected by trillionaire Internet King Felix Scott to form an elite group of young people committed to help make a difference in the world They meet at the ceremony announcing their selection, then their lives are bound together on a quest as they come to realise that each of them has been sent part of aSeven talented and driven teenagers from around the world have been selected by trillionaire Internet King Felix Scott to form an elite group of young people committed to help make a difference in the world They meet at the ceremony announcing their selection, then their lives are bound together on a quest as they come to realise that each of them has been sent part of a code that predicts an unknown disaster.. Popular Kindle Skyfire This book would be a great read for the age group it's aimed at......even I enjoyed it. The characters are interesting and the storyline just complex enough to keep you guessing.

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  1. This book is aimed a very particular audience, and to be strictly honestlyI feel like that audience is like 12 year old boys I surmise, yo So obviously this just wasn t the book for me It features a lot of things that instantly made me grow cold and dead inside as a mouldy grape AKA A a trillionare which is not a word, who randomly wants to give his money away wut even dude , B 7 kids who are selected to receive symbols and save the world, C villains with no motivations, and D tons of cliches th [...]


  2. This book would be a great read for the age group it s aimed ateven I enjoyed it The characters are interesting and the storyline just complex enough to keep you guessing.


  3. Wonderfully written and captivating, but so for the intended audience The characters were a little too undeveloped and nondescript I typically struggle with most middle grade series, but enjoyed the nonetheless.


  4. Skyfire begins The Seven Signs series where seven young people are entangled in a dangerous and compelling mystery that puts the whole world in danger It is fun, fast paced and full of action.Seven young people have entered a competition that is set to change their lives As the winners, they are granted the chance to work with the internet and technology king Felix Scott They are gifted the latest in phone technology, rides aboard space skimmers and even one million dollars But as they are named [...]


  5. This book should be on everyone s list of books to get There is never a dull moment from a character in a intense motorbike chase to chasing supposed criminals The book does go a bit overboard with the words for the Australian character and the American but you don t notice it much The book is about seven kids from seven continents who get sent seven symbols and they have to work out the meaning before time runs out There is also a really cool competition where you have to design a symbol and yo [...]


  6. So scholastic sent this to me as a part of their book club and I went I to it thinking Sure I ll just read the first one and get a feel for the series and that will be it I think about halfway through this one I realised that wasn t going to be the case and that yes I will embark on yet another series Similar to James Phelan s Last Thirteen series, this is action packed with big consequences and has a puzzle aspect thrown in to boot Damn you


  7. I wasn t sure if I would find this a bit contrived 7 signs, 7 continents, 7 days until the end of the world, only 7 heroes can save us , but I really enjoyed it The characters are interesting, the storyline kept me on the edge of my seat and I didn t want to put it down I can t wait for book 2.


  8. I like the mystery puzzles but I can t see any surprises in this and the switching of POVs is too mUCH the introduction of 7 characters are too overwhelming xD but oh well it s nice I guess




  9. This is a great book It is a quick read but has a great storyline I do like a little romance in book that is why I gave it 4 5 I finished 1 book in about one hour.



  10. Friggen love this series I strongly recommend it to anyone who has not read it.And Michael Adams would be a friggen genius when it comes to future technology shit


  11. 3 if you are a young non reader Very simplistic writing no style or literary merit really, and a rather silly storyline, but would be good for young readers 9 13 years old Have only read this first one, but I think the 7 books in the series are really just 1 book broken up into 7 books to make you spend on buying 7 books instead of 1


  12. This review has been crossposted from my blog at The Cosy Dragon Please head there for in depth reviews by me, which appear on a timely schedule.DARE to dream Seven recipients on seven continents have just won the experience of a lifetime and 1 million dollars They re leaders as teenagers in their fields math, crime fighting or marine biology Little do they know that something sinister might be going on.I really liked the nifty symbols and I think the author had a lot of fun coming up with the [...]


  13. 3.5 starsThis is certainly a book for your older primary readers in grade 5 and 6 It is a fast paced adventure series which has plot twists and turns, action and drama It definitely has a first in the series feel about this novel as much of the background of the seven characters and setting is laid out for the reader Each of the seven winners of the DARE competition have been randomly chosen for a particular skill set but they will need to work together to ensure that their skills are best explo [...]



  14. This book is perfect for hooking those reluctant readers both male female for ages 10 7 characters from each of the 7 continents aged 14 16 are each winners of the mysterious DARE Awards Dream Act Realise Everything Amongst the many amazing prizes they win is a special InfiniFone which enables them to freely keep in contact with each other for life However when each character receives 1 of 7 symbols on their phone they must race against the clock to use their intelligence to outwit a mastermind [...]


  15. I finished this in one sitting Fast paced and full of action make it an excellent read for readers aged 10 Both boys and girls will be drawn in If you have a fan of the Stormbreaker series, give your child this one and I guarantee they will be addicted Luckily the publisher is releasing each book in fast succession.Seven kids from seven continents receive seven signs What is with all these 7 s You will need to read to find out the link Is it a game, is it a hoax No, it is very very real and the [...]


  16. Wellis was a nice surprise I first thought we go Cardboard characters, same old same old try hard adventure But, no This was actually a worthy read and I will be recommending it to the kids in my library.It was excitingenough so that I will look forward to reading the next instalmentd I am a long way from the authors target audience.


  17. I really liked this one I d put it in the 8 14 years category There is a little violence, but not overly graphic There was a good mix of characters that should appeal to boys and girls alike It does end on a cliff hanger though, definitely going to be one of those series where you just have to read it all Also, I seriously love the cover art on this Even in thumbnail it s beautiful.


  18. while I m probably not the target audience, the book was interesting enough to keep me hooked it was a bit confusing at first introducing so many new characters at once but by the end I felt I knew them all despite feeling like its aimed towards younger audiences, I am very interested in the story and where the next books will take us




  19. A great code crack book that keeps you on the edge of you seat, screaming at the book to tell you Can t wait for the rest in the series


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