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Arcade Catastrophe

de Brandon Mull

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Séries: The Candy Shop War (2)

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Nate and his friends think the new Arcadeland, where tickets can earn jets, tanks, subs, and racecars, is totally cool, until they learn that the arcade owner is hiding a secret.

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wow! This book is awesome. From the begining to the end, i enjoyed. Highly recommended to lovers of fablehaven series. Because i love it, i guarantee u will too. Great work Brandon ( )
  DigitalKB | Apr 13, 2020 |
Really good. ( )
  EdenSteffey | Mar 14, 2018 |
The Candy Shop War really is an adorable book. I found myself rereading it a lot as a kid, and it quickly grew to be one of my favorites. Four friends come together when they meet Belinda White, an old lady who owns the local candy shop. In exchange for small favors, she starts giving them magical candy, which instills special powers for each different candy. However, they soon realize that Ms. White isn't as innocent as she seems, and the kids get caught up in an adventure as they try and escape her clutches. What really stands out about the book is how creative the author is. He incorporates tons of ideas into this story, until it's bursting with excitement. This is just a really fun and cute book, suitable for anyone who likes a good story. ( )
  kdavis17 | Jan 22, 2016 |
Nate, Summer, Pigeon, and Trevor believe that things have calmed down since the wicked plans of Belinda White were foiled last year. But when they find out that Jonas White, Belinda's brother, is running a suspicious Arcade in the area the kids are plunged into a new adventure. Because magicians can MAKE magic, but can't actually USE it (and because they're only safe from magical attack if they're in a magical sanctuary - so they're not often mobile), they use magical candy to recruit kids to do all their dirty work. Nate and his friends must use magical powers provided by the Magician/Candyman Mr. Stott to infiltrate White's team. White sends them on a wild and magical treasure hunt for a dangerous artifact. How can the kids keep undercover without providing White unimaginable power? How can they keep such a huge secret from Lindy Stott?

Mull intended The Candy Shop War to be a standalone book, but because people kept asking for a sequel, he delivered. And you know what? I'm pretty sure it was better than the first book! Mull's writing has developed quite a bit since he wrote The Candy Shop War. This book has adventure, humor, and good characters. It was a delight to read. I had a hard time putting it down. Originally, I was skeptical because I'm a fan of keeping standalone books standalone, but I'm really happy Mull wrote this book and I'm eager for the following one. These books are aimed at a slightly younger crowd than the standard YA book...I'd say they're appropriate for 11-year-olds, but could be enjoyed by kids (and adults) of other ages too. ( )
  The_Hibernator | Dec 20, 2012 |
I think I like this book better than the first. It's been 5 years since the first one was released, so maybe it's because Mull has grown as a writer and it's just better quality overall. I felt the same way about Fablehaven, the later books are just better written. It's not as geared towards children as the first book in terms of tone or being as blatantly careful with the moral sensibilities of kids. The characters are still great, the plot is awesome, imaginative and exciting, and the pace is great. The last few pages definitely setting up a third book in the series and I can't wait. ( )
  ladonna37 | Dec 9, 2012 |
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