Saturday, 21 July 2012


Erebos is highly addictive. That’s true in more than one way. In the book, also called Erebos, Nick is given a brilliant computer game, one that’s been going around the school recently. But not one person is talking about it. Nick’s friends are acting strange, and refusing to say a word. Nick gets the computer game, and is instantly hooked. But this game is different. Sometimes it will ask it’s players to carry out actions in the real world, and as you progress father in the game, the actions get more manipulative. As Nick loses his friends and all sense of right and wrong in the real world, he becomes more powerful in the game. But what really is Erebos?
The book is highly addictive as well. I bought it a few months ago, and never got around to reading it. I tried it yesterday, and I couldn’t stop. It’s fantastically written, it’s plot perfect and the book is flawless. I found myself wanting more and more of it, just like Nick. This book is one of the best I’ve ever read. You find yourself wondering everything, second guessing everyone. And I have to say, there is only one thing I don’t like about the book; it was too short, even at 418 pages.
I give it 4 and a half stars out of 5


  1. That sounds cool Nix. Maybe I'll get it.
    Is it just the one book or are there going to be more?

  2. After I get around to finishing Gone and, if I decide to, the ones after Gone, I'll have to try this book.

    It's sounds really interesting...