The Well's End review by nowhereman
The Well's End
by Seth Fishman
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure

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Age at time of review - 15
Reviewer's Location - Uxbridge, Mass., United States
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Mia has led a pretty ordinary life. The only interesting thing that happened to her was that she fell down a well when she was a young baby. She lives in Fenton, Colorado with her Dad. Mia attends one of the best boarding schools in the country, Westbrook Academy. Everything is going well in her life until her world is turned upside down in one day. Westbrook academy is put on lockdown,for reasons there not told, no one can enter or leave. But the last time she talked to her Dad, he said to get away from Westbrook and go to his workplace, Fenton Electronics, a super secret underground facility What will Mia find there in Fenton? What does her Dad really do for work? Why is Westbrook under lockdown? You have to read this action packed, mystery filled book to find out!

Opinion: 

From the very first page, I knew this book was good. The author puts you right into the story with how he describes Mia’s surroundings. Mia herself feels like an actual person with the style Fishman writes in. Fishman delivers a wonderful science fiction, thriller and mystery bundle. I would recommend this book to anyone that enjoyed The Hunger Games, Maze Runner, or Divergent. If you read any of these books, you will find similar science fiction/thriller qualities that will keep you on the edge of your seat.  This book is appropriate for young adults.

Rating:
4
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content
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