Daniel X

Daniel X

Game Over

Book - 2011
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When Daniel X discovers that a duo of evil extraterrestrials is plotting to control kids around the world through videogames, he's determined to take them both out of commission. This pair of wicked game masters wants to destroy the human race by turning brainwashed videogamers into an unstoppable army of doom! They're also running an endangered species hunting club on the side, and their next target is none other than Daniel. He'll have no choice but to turn to the aliens' rebellious son who needs help to stand up to his malicious parents. But can Daniel trust the progeny of this treacherous twosome? Or will it be "Game Over" for the alien hunter?
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown, 2011.
ISBN: 9780316101783
9780316178174
9780316133944
Branch Call Number: YA PAT
Characteristics: 229 p.
Additional Contributors: Rust, Ned
Alternative Title: Game over

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kristen0223
Jan 06, 2019

I've read the first 3 of these books and they are very good! I started reading these as a teen and still enjoy them as a young adult.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Jul 21, 2016

Daniel X: Game Over is the fourth book in the Daniel X series. The story follows Daniel X, an alien hunter tasked with tracking down and eliminating the most dangerous aliens on planet Earth. This time, Daniel has to face two aliens from the top 10 most wanted list, Number 7 and Number 8. They’re shape shifters who are in charge of a large video game company, and they plan on making a game that can brainwash children around the world and turn them into their personal soldiers. Along with this, they also operate an underground poaching tournament, where aliens gather to hunt a rare and endangered creature throughout Tokyo. I found this story to be lacking coming off of the third book in the series, Demons and Druids. I felt that the plot was spread too thin across multiple story arches. Also, last instalment Daniel defeated Number Three and now he is battling two enemies weaker than him, in a way lowering the stakes. On top of that, the multiple story arches took the focus away from the antagonists which is something the series hasn’t done so far, and it didn’t really work this time. Overall still a good book, and if you like the Daniel X series this is still worth picking up. 3/5 Stars - @Fulton of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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dogmatix
Mar 08, 2014

it was a good book but the ending was not to great

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whdnjs9428
Aug 29, 2012

i only read part of it on the internet... I cant decide wether it's good or not though... yet.... im the 14th person for the hold

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DarkAngel_2
Aug 02, 2012

has anyone read these???!! someone should comment if they have!!!!! plz

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booklover14
Sep 02, 2011

cant wait

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