Since the Maze Runner movie comes out in a few days, why not do a review of James Dashners newest book The Rule of Thoughts?
BE PREPARED FOR BOOK ONE SPOILERS (NOT BOOK TWO SPOILERS BUT BOOK ONE) IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THE FIRST BOOK AND DON’T WANT SPOILERS, THEN PLEASE DO NOT READ THIS!!!
Michael completed the Path. What he found at the end turned everything he’d ever known about his life—and the world—completely upside down.
He barely survived. But it was the only way VirtNet Security knew to find the cyber-terrorist Kaine—and to make the Sleep safe for gamers once again. And, the truth Michael discovered about Kaine is more complex than they anticipated, and more terrifying than even the worst of their fears.
Kaine is a tangent, a computer program that has become sentient. And Michael’s completing the Path was the first stage in turning Kaine’s master plan, the Mortality Doctrine, into a reality.
The Mortality Doctrine will populate Earth entirely with human bodies harboring tangent minds. Any gamer who sinks into the VirtNet risks coming out with a tangent intelligence in control of their body.
And the takeover has already begun. -goodreads.com
This was so much better then the first book, I could NOT put it down at any minute. Its one of those books that are hard to describe in words though…so rather I will try to express it as good as I can with gifs and pictures and words. So here I go.
First of all I got book #1 when I met James Dashner at a book signing, he was sooo nice he took questions from the group of people there. Someone asked about the ending of The Eye of Minds and he said it was a cliffhanger no one would expect, I guessed what it was…and I was right. I think that’s the only reason why I didn’t like the first book!
It was action packed:
Have I got your attention now?
The Rule of Thoughts has advanced video games, so totally sci-fi, I wish they were real (with a few acceptations..)
Except the characters get in a device called the Coffin, not really SAO (Sword Art Online) headgear thing (I forgot what it is called.) But both a VRMMORPGs!! I wish I had one T.T with the exception of real pain…
Identities will be challenged:
Revalations will come into play:
And suddenly…every single thing makes sense…
My overall reactions:
And most importantly, this is how I feel in the end:
No I have to wait until fall of 2015 to read the next book The Game Of Lives!
No I will not wait, I NEED IT!
Sorry again that this isn’t a review review (well, the one with lots of words XD) This was just one of those books that leaves you at a loss for words, and plus who doesn’t like gifs every once in a while?