The Boy Who Played With Dark Matter (Sequels to the Count of Monte Cristo, #11)



The Boy Who Played With Dark Matter (Sequels to the Count of Monte Cristo, #11) Zeddy, A 6 Year Old Boy In The Year 2099, Finds Himself Setting Out On An Incredible Adventure Following The Mysterious Disappearance Of His Father Zeddy Discovers That There Is To The World Than Meets The Eye And Things In The Universe That He Never Imagined.As The Journey Begins, Zeddy Encounters Sorcerers, Strange Creatures From Another World, And A Professor Who May Just Hold The Answers To The Location Of Zeddy S Father Unfortunately In 2099, The World Is A Much Different Place Than Now An International Government Rules The Planet And Attempts To Thwart The Search For Zeddy S Father.Will Zeddy S Adventure Continue Or Will His Father Be Lost Forever This Action Packed Adventure Will Entertain Both Young And Old As The Harrowing Saga Of The Count Of Monte Cristo Continues Book 11 Takes Us Into The Future Of The Count Of Monte Cristo Series Leaving Readers Waiting For Book 12 To Understand The Connection To The Sultan Of Monte Cristo Book 2 And That Girl Started Her Own Country Book 6.

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  • The Boy Who Played With Dark Matter (Sequels to the Count of Monte Cristo, #11)
  • Holy Ghost Writer
  • English
  • 26 April 2018

10 thoughts on “The Boy Who Played With Dark Matter (Sequels to the Count of Monte Cristo, #11)

  1. James Moray says:

    In all the time of considering myself a reader, I ve never come across a published book that clearly illustrated to me the sufficient conditions of bad writing Over the years I have been exposed to thousands of pages of fiction artifacts, varying extremely in their artistic measure, yet always amounting in a textually digestible whole This may have resulted from beginning readings either by creative recommendation of trusted friends or by academic mandate, but either way the material was of a In all the time of considering myself a reader, I ve never come across a published book that clearly illustrated to me the sufficient conditions of bad writing Over the years I have been exposed to thousands of pages of fiction artifacts, varying extremely in their artistic measure, yet always amounting in a textually digestible whole This may have resulted from beginning readings either by creative recommendation of trusted friends or by academic mandate, but either way the material was of a caliber entirely worthy of my time I imagine somewhere along the line this became an assumption After wandering carelessly into the intimida...

  2. Sam Jones says:

    Augh So depressing to find an interesting concept weighed down and sunk by poor execution.This drew me in right away with its dystopian setting and a couple of novel ideas such as the oppressive government passing and distributing multiple new laws per day , but quickly devolved into nonsense I realize this is ostensibly a children s book, but that is no excuse for doing things half assed We have mythical magical beings appearing with no explanation, an admittedly bright six year old having Augh So depressing to find an interesting concept weighed down and sunk by poor execution.This drew me in right away with its dystopian setting and a couple of novel ideas such as the oppressive government passing and distributing multiple new laws per day , but quickly devolved into nonsense I realize this is ostensibl...

  3. Maria says:

    I received a copy of this book from the LibraryThing s Early Reviewer program This is a book that has wonderful potential I had such high hopes for the story, but it let me down I can see where parts of this story were inspired from greats such as A Wrinkle in Time and Fahrenheit 451, but people would do this book a service by ...

  4. Stefan Poth says:

    Holy cow, this is a bad book.

  5. Rebecca says:

    This was really confusing First, the book itself doesn t say anywhere that it s 11 until the very end, and it starts like it s the beginning of a story And there is WAY too much world building exposition for such a short, way into a serial, piece of the story Second, the tone was a really strange mix of sounding too sophisticated for the middle grade audience it seemed to be aimed at and too condescending Third, there were really sudden and distracting shifts in perspective it s written f This was really confusing First, the book itself doesn t say anywhere that it s 11 until the very end, and it starts like it s the beginning of a story And there is WAY too much world building exposition for such a short, way into a serial, piece of the story Second, the tone was a really strange mix of sounding too sophisticated for the middle grade audience it seemed to be aimed at and too condescending Third, there were really sudden and distracting shifts in perspective it s written from a third person close perspective and almost all of it is from Zeddy s point of view and then in the middle of a paragraph it would suddenly shift to his mom s perspective ...

  6. Eva Lazar says:

    This is a delightful dystopian book with a storyline that has great potential There are many elements of interest in the book that, if worked at the right angle, could make this series a very good one to read The book was quite short, and a lot had to ha...

  7. Jen Moore says:

    After having one s curiosity peaked by the direction of his stories and the identity of the Holy Ghost Writer, The Boy Who Played with Dark Matter is another fast and entertaining read The story is set decades ahead in a different world which is not completely unimaginable Amerasia where we meet the new main characters, Zeddy and his family The Holy Ghost Writer s imaginative projects of what life is like after the world has combined under one authority the International Government is After having one s curiosity peaked by the direction of his stories and the identity of the Holy Ghost Writer, The Boy Who Played with Dark Matter is another fast and entertaining read The story is set decades ahead in a different world which is not completely unimaginable Amerasia where we meet the new main characters, Zeddy and his family The Holy Ghost Writer s imaginative projects of what life is like after the world has combined under one authority the International Government is entertaining enough The characters and setting are well described in this book, giving the reader a...

  8. Kim Anne says:

    After he has put an ingenious closure to the 19th century classic The Count of Monte Cristo with his The Sultan of Monte Cristo and penning its sequel That Girl Started Her Own Country, the ever mysterious Holy Ghost Writer added another one to his array of great works The Boy Who Played With Dark Matter.The story is set in the year 2099 a time when the world is ruled over by one central International Government which changes the laws every single day The world is, in year 2099, completely After he has put an ingenious closure to the 19th century classic The Count of Monte Cristo with his The Sultan of Monte Cristo and penning its sequel That Girl Started Her Own Country, the ever mysterious Holy Ghost Writer added another one to his array of great works The Boy Who Played With Dark Matter.The story is ...

  9. Matt Kelland says:

    After reading two others in this series The Sultan of Monte Cristo and That Girl Started Her Own Country , I guess I should have been prepared for just about anything The first of those is a sort of Arabian Nights fantasy, while the second is a contemporary thriller clearly inspired by Stieg Larsson The second unpublished sequel is themed around Sherlock Holmes Stylistically and thematically, they re all completely different.This addition to the series is in the style of a children s scien After reading two others in this series The Sultan of Monte Cristo and That Girl Started Her Own Country , I guess I should have been prepared for just about anything The first of those is a sort of Arabian Nights fantasy, while the second is a contemporary thriller clearly inspired by Stieg Larsson The second unpublished sequel is themed around Sherlock Holmes Stylistically and thematically, they re all completely different.This addition to the series is in the style of a children s science fiction book from the 1960s I say in the style of, because I can t actually imagine kids reading it The previous books in the series aren t at all appropriate, so I don t see them jumping in at Book 11 It s also got a lot of complex scientific material they simply won t understand explanations of dark matter, WIMPs Weakly Interacting Massive Particles , and the missing mass of the Universe, for example It feels like it saimed at adults who like to read childr...

  10. Leslie says:

    Okay, I m hooked Completely hooked I have just finished the third story I ve read by this writer, or team of writers, or brilliant beings from the fantastic worlds they write about.In seriousness, this is the third story I ve read The first, That Girl Started Her Own Country , was set in our current time and had a masterfully intelligent and cool female protagonist wrongfully sent to prison It was written in the style of Stieg Larsson, without the crazy cruelty and extreme violence, and it Okay, I m hooked Completely hooked I have just finished the third story I ve read by this writer, or team of writers, or brilliant beings from the fantastic worlds they write about.In seriousness, this is the third story I ve read The first, That Girl Started Her Own Country , was set in our current time and had a masterfully intelligent and cool female protagonist wrongful...

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