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A terrific work by Anthony Horowitz

AdvantagesYou meet all different worlds with a great plot `

DisadvantagesNot as scary as you thought

"Nightrise is a novel by Anthony Horowitz, and is the third book in "The power of five" series, after "Evil Star" and "Raven's Gate". Unlike the two books preceding it, this book follows Scott and Jamie Tyler, telepathic twins. I find this strange to have two of the five in one book, because it was one per book in the other two. Although the book is about both Jamie and Scott, Scott plays only a very small role, and speaks even less (15 lines ..." Read review
16.10.2008

Ciao members have rated this review on average: helpful

Nightrise is a good way to continue the story!

AdvantagesReally good story and excellent group of characters

DisadvantagesCan be a little tough to stick with at times

"Nightrise does seem a little boring in quite a few parts but continues well with the story and provides a real groundwork for the plot to continue. In this book the next two Gatekeepers, twins Jamie and Scott, appear in the American town of Reno. Forced to be stage performers the two perform their psychic act to the meager audience that they actually get and end up earning Jamie the alliance of a frightened guest, Alicia McGuire, while his twin Scott ..." Read review
10.02.2013

Ciao members have rated this review on average: somewhat helpful

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