Stolen: Heart of Dread review by selaspatherman
Stolen (Heart of Dread)
by Michael Johnston, Melissa de la Cruz
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure

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Age at time of review - 13
Reviewer's Location - Litchfield, CA, United States
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In Stolen: Heart of Dread the book talks about two people, Nat and Wes.  Wes is living as a low life in New Vegas and Nat is in trouble after a horrible attack.  Wes gets a text from his friend saying that he knows where Eliza, his sister is.  Wes ends up finding most of his scattered crew and goes to a domed city, El Dorado.  While Wes is on his rescue mission, Nat is learning to control her powers.  Their paths cross when they both become involved in quests that involve the same mystery.

Opinion: 

In the beginning there was a blast of action and the next one-hundred pages were sort of boring. A suggestion is to throw funny parts into scenes that are between the action.  The ending picked up with action and that's when I started flipping those pages.  My favorite character is Wes because he is funny, fearless, and doesn't complain about everything that happens throughout the book.  My favorite part of the book is the beginning with the drone battle.  I would suggest this book for people that like futuristic fantasy.

Rating:
3
Content Rating:

Content rating - nothing offensive

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The book contained nothing offensive against religion or race.
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