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Book Scavenger Read & Download É 8 A hidden book A found cipher A game begins Twelve year old Emily is on the move again Her family is relocating to San Francisco home of her literary idol Garrison Griswold creator of the online sensation Book Scavenger a game where books are hidden all over th This is a middle grade novel about a book lover called EMILY and a game where books are hidden all over the country and clues to find them are revealed through puzzlesWhy am I not 12 years old any

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Book Scavenger Read & Download É 8 E country and clues to find them are revealed through puzzles But Emily soon learns that Griswold has been attacked and is in a coma and no one knows anything about the epic new game he had been poised to launch Then Emily and her new friend James discover an This book is my dream book from my early years It s about a girl Emily who loves books There is a game Book Scavenger around the US that consists in hiding books and finding them through clues There are ciphers and cryptograms and it s about books See why it s everything a book lover might wantThe game itself is silly I mean they hide the books in public places so how the hell do they manage to prevent people who don t play Book Scavenger from finding and keeping the books It s not as if a book is an easy thing to miss they re rarely smallI let this pass because this is supposed to be a middle grade novel and I m obviously not the target audience Plus it was entertaining to read this My 12 year old self came out and enjoyed herselfHowever there were two things I could not forgiveThe first one is that answers were given before the uestions were asked I wanted this to be a great mystery I wanted to think I wanted to solve the ciphers What we got though was a game in which the answers to every riddle were said before we even knew what they were looking for That way I could not be part of the game as I wantedLook I love ciphers and codes I m currently in the process of decoding the cipher in the last page of The Ghosts of Heaven dammit and while it s kind of an impossible task I still love the thrill that goes with it There were ciphers in this book but we never get the opportunity of finding for ourselves what they meanAgain I wonder if this is for the fact that this is a middle grade novelMy second issue was that the book could get a little unrealistic at times Like how Emily s brother felt okay about moving from state to state just because of a stupid luxury his parents had I hate moving When I moved from my country I hated it I hated it not only because I left my family but because I had to start from zero and that s not nice at all unlike some books portray it Matthew was in high school and he even had a band so it struck me as really unrealistic that he didn t careMatthew s case is not the only unrealistic thing though For example there is a bad guy here who wants the book Emily is hunting for no reason I mean this is a freaking game He goes so far in his task of getting the book He sees Emily finding the copy of Edgar Allan Poe s The Gold Bug and what does he do next He stalks her He gets her personal information where she lives what school she attends just for a bookEmily s character was not particularly likable She was so incredibly selfish She only cared about that game School didn t matter her friend James didn t matter The only important thing in her life was that game and I just Sigh I guess I m too old for thisAll of the previous points might have led me to rate this 2 stars but I m rating this 3 because of two things1 Entertaining Yeah with its unrealism and its annoying things it was still fun reading this2 This is an ode to Edgar Allan Poe God that author is one of my favourites His sense of humour is so twisted his horror stories manage to be creepy etc I freaking love him so I had to give this book extra points for making him an important part of the bookIf you love treasure hunts Edgar Allan Poe or just want to remember your childhood days this is a book for you I ended up liking it not as much as I wanted but I still enjoyed it Now I m going to read Poe s The Gold Bug because according to this book there are ciphers and plus it s Poe

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Book Scavenger Read & Download É 8 Odd book which they come to believe is from Griswold and leads to a valuable prize But there are others on the hunt for this book and Emily and James must race to solve the puzzles Griswold left behind before Griswold's attackers make them their next target  I normally do not rate DNF books but since there was a very specific reason I didn t finish this book I felt like my rating was justifiedReview Book Scavenger by Jennifer Chambliss BertmanDid Not Finish1 of 5 stars368 page Kindle bookI received this book from NetGalley for my honest reviewIt s a sad time that I write my first DNF review I wanted to LOVE Book Scavenger It s my kind of book Puzzles and clues and a scavenger hunt This was I thought right down my alley Even as a 37 yr old woman I love certain children s books After all I ve LOVED similar children s books such as the following which all have in some way clues or puzzles to solve There s a definite difference between juvenile and childish This book fell too far on the childish line for me and I couldn t get past it The most unfortunate thing about why this book was a DNF was the reason I could not finish this book That reason STEVE The first time Steve was mentioned I giggled It really wasn t funny actually but it was late and I was tired so I admit it I giggled I thought it was a joke Unfortunately it was not The 2nd time Steve was mentioned I scowled It wasn t a joke She was going to mention Steve again By the 5th time I decided if Steve was mentioned one time I was done I gave it than 1 time but soon after I was done To appease my own curiosity I decided to search the Kindle book to see if Steve was mentioned any If he was mentioned 1 or 2 times I might have continued Steve was mentioned a total of 35 that s THIRTY FIVE times in the bookSo by now you are wondering Who the hell is Steve Why are you so bothered by Steve I ll tell you But prepare yourself this might be disturbing Steve iswell there s no easy way to say this so I ll just put it out there Steve is a COWLICK WTF I m NOT kidding you all all here The one main character James named his COWLICK Steve Not only is Steve mentioned in the first place Steve is referred to a whopping THIRTY FIVE timesThis is to me the difference between juvenile and childish That was childish to me and while 7 year olds might like to hear on going tales of Steve I could not do it Steve ruined this book for me and that made me very sad because other than that the book had been OK It wasn t great yet DNF 23 but I would have kept with it if not for the ongoing discussion of SteveSetting APlot BConflict Characters D Theme ACowlick F


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  • Hardcover
  • 354
  • Book Scavenger
  • Jennifer Chambliss Bertman
  • English
  • 06 January 2020
  • 9781627791151