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BOOK REVIEW:
THE DANGEROUS DAYS OF DANIEL X
BY JAMES PATTERSON

We hope you enjoy this book review by Kristen Leong.



His parents were killed and passed on the role of Alien Hunter to him when he was only three years old. There is nobody else on this planet like him. His mission is to clean up the Earth and get revenge for his parents' deaths. Daniel X is here to shatter everything you thought you knew about aliens in James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge's scarily realistic The Dangerous Days of Daniel X. Daniel X, an Alien Hunter who makes readers question all preconceived notions about aliens, tells about his first time going after an alien in the top ten on his The List of Alien Outlaws. Patterson and Ledwidge do an impressive job of writing on a teen's level and capturing the cynical nature of today‘s teen, making it extremely easy to like and read. In addition, this story is wonderfully suspenseful, making you need to read the next chapter. The action-packed pages will fly by since the book is fast paced and leaves readers wishing the story would just continue.

Daniel is on Terra Firma (Earth) right now, and he is protecting the planet, the people, and the elephants by killing off all of the aliens on The List. His parents were Alien Hunters from the far off planet of Alpar Nok and passed on the role to him when they were murdered twelve years ago. Now, Daniel is 15 and he is working his way up The List of Alien Outlaws that is stored on this superb piece of equipment that puts anything on Earth to shame. The List contains the names and statistics of every malicious alien on Terra Firma. The amazing tale of Daniel begins as he finishes getting rid of Number 19 (Orkng Allegan) on The List and his sights are set on Ergent Seth, Number Six on The List. Ergent Seth is causing trouble in Southern California and is planning to repopulate the planet with his own kind.

This easy to read, suspenseful, and fast paced story takes you on the exciting roller coaster ride that is Daniel’s life as an Alien Hunter and leaves readers wishing the story would just keep going on. From the sewers of Portland, Oregon to planets light years away from Earth, this story will keep you entertained.

REVIEWED BY KRISTEN LEONG

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE REVIEWER, KRISTEN LEONG (NOTE: KRISTEN IS ONE OF OUR YOUNG ADULT REVIEWERS).


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