Book Reviews of End Game (Midnight Library)

End Game (Midnight Library)
End Game - Midnight Library
Author: Damien Graves
ISBN-13: 9780439871884
ISBN-10: 0439871883
Publication Date: 11/1/2006
Pages: 192
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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Damien Graves has put together another book in the TALES FROM THE MIDNIGHT LIBRARY series with three more scary stories.

Simon has gotten an offer from betterthanrealitygames.world to customize his own game. Simon thought this was just some kind of scam but what he is about to find is NOT a scam but a game that might just be the biggest thing he has ever played in his life. This might also be the biggest challenge for him! Since Simon thinks this is a scam when they ask him questions to customize his game, this is what he picks: Would you like your game to be dangerous or tame? He chooses dangerous. Would you like the game to be set in your hometown, a generic city, or a fantasy world? He chooses his hometown. Would you like the game to be reality-based or as real as life? He chooses as real as life. The next day, after coming home from a bad day at school, there was a package for him with the game in it. Then all of a sudden the computer turned on by itself! What do you think will happen to Simon when he starts playing the game?

Catherine has been working for Sparkle Accessories during the summer to earn some money. One day, Catherine met a girl named Susie who was roaming around the store -- her manager has a strict rule of customers, more like little kids unsupervised, in the store just touching the things but not buying anything. If they don't have their parents with them, they have to leave -- so that's what Catherine has to do if she doesn't want to get fired. She felt really bad for the little girl. Many days had passed and the girl was there every single day in the store and Catherine had started to bond with Susie. One day she was in the mall when Catherine went looking for her; the manager, though, said that if she left she would lose her job. She was of two minds about it but she left anyway. Catherine found Susie in the food court, crying, and when she asked her what was wrong Susie just said that Laura, her sister, was in trouble. Of course Catherine had to do something, but spending time with Susie showed her that there was something wrong with this little girl. What do you think will happen to Laura? But more importantly, what do you suspect will happen to Catherine and Susie?

Luke Benton has been missing for over a year now and the high school he went to is having a ceremony to remember him. But some strange things start happening. Juliet has been getting weird text messages with a cell phone that hasn't been used for over a year. Juliet doesn't tell anybody expect her cousin, who happens to be a police officer. While trying to help whoever is writing these urgent text messages, will she end up in trouble too?? Find out!

This book has been another fun but scary one for me! END GAME truly deserves 5 stars!!