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  1. says:

    I read The Marvelous Effect book one of the Marvelous World by Malcolm Jamal Warner 2007 This is an excellent up to date science fiction book that includes much of the new technology of today As well all the characters are african american and some of their culture is included in the book Strange things happens in the book

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    I give this book a 5 based on how I felt reading it as a kid not how I feel after reading it now that I'm 21 But man back when I was 9 or so? In the middle of a Children of the Lamp hole looking for something to read? And coming straight off H

  3. says:

    This was the book that got me into reading I was a freshman in High School when Troy CLE came to visit my school to promote his first book Before this I didn’t bother reading I was the kid with the big imagination and fel

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    I could not read this I stopped after a few chapters and skipped to the end Even that was painful for me The switching of tones tenses and voice were too erratic and made the book painful to read I found it poorly written Perhaps I am just not the audience for it but I should say that I was realllllly looking forward to this one so the letdown was hard

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    I had to give up on this after 40 or so pages It was all telling and failed to engage me I couldn't bring myself to pick

  6. says:

    Louis Proof's life has gotten crazy ever since he got an invitation to the JunkYard JunkLot The place itself is incredible beyond bel

  7. says:

    This was an okay book but could have been written much better It starts out on page one with action 12 year old Louis gets a mysterious letter telling him to show up at the Junkyard Junklot where secret passwords allow him a

  8. says:

    Reviewed by Marta Morrison for TeensReadToocomWow What a story Louis Proof is a teenager in East Orange New Jersey When the book opens Louis one of the most popular students in his class He is helpful kind and smart He accepts an invitation to go to a wonderful amusement park where all of your wildest dreams come true Af

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    This was a fun and fast paced book that nevertheless dealt with some weighty moral issues It's premise was creative I'm not well read enough to determine if it was original the characters were well written dark sides included and th

  10. says:

    The Marvelous Effect was better than expected Actually I wasn’t sure what to expect but I enjoyed it way than

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Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Å Troy CLE

S the most amazing The Marvelous ePUB #10003 race course for radio controlled cars Louis starts racing right away It's a close contest he's about to activate his nitro boost to take the lead whenThis is the worst day of Louis's life Without warning or reason thirteen year old Louis Proof falls into a coma due to a virus of a mysterious celestial origin When. Louis Proof s life has gotten crazy ever since he got an invitation to the JunkYard JunkLot The place itself is incredible beyond belief but it s also where he starts to see evil beings invading reality Suddenly nothing is normal any not even Louis himself He s contracted a virus that puts him in a coma and disorganizes his life When he wakes up the world is out of control and he may be the only one who can stop itI uite enjoyed Olivion s Favorites when I read it a while back and was eager to see the original story that Book 15 ties into And what I mostly discovered was that calling Olivion s Favorites book 15 was depressingly accurateThe story in The Marvelous Effect begins with Louis Proof excited because he has been invited to the JunkYard JunkLot a place which looks like it was designed to be a kid s dreams come true There are racing cars and roller coasters music and games and no adults to spoil the fun Then after a few crazy events Louis falls into a coma and the book helpfully inserts three pages titled Levels II through IV that inform you the content is missing and point you to Olivion s FavoritesThe positive side perhaps is that when Louis wakes up the reader is as disoriented as he is The frustrating part is that without actually having read Olivion s Favorites moments like Louis at last regaining his memory mean nothing because the reader is simply told he remembers without being told what he remembersAnd the missing chunk of story plagues the book in other ways too In Olivion s Favorites the iLone and eNoli were clearly defined with actual differences There was a war and given that Louis meets both sides he has ample opportunity to see both where each side comes from and what they do In this book there really isn t much to tell them apart Timothy behaves a great deal like Galonious except that he has compunction about using his power against people Louis falls to frustration at several points and in general acts like he s embracing eNoli ideals rather than being some incarnation of iLone And Cyndi gets a lot of mention for someone who has no impact on the actual bookThe Marvelous Effect is like Olivion s Favorites written in a manner that encourages the reader to get excited It s like a comic book or video game in prose with exaggerated beat em ups and superpowers galore It careens along at a breakneck pace and is clearly building to a seuel where the actual villain will make his appearance again though this has little punch without Olivion s FavoritesContent wise there is mention of strip clubs and adultery and a pornographic magazine shows up which I thought was a bit mature for the target audience There is also a curious reluctance to call evil things evil Louis s brother for example is set up to be the kind of boy who goes after a girl until he gets what he wants then dumps her for the next one but his brother is the only one who seems to actually feel bad about his own behavior or at least he feels bad about something which remains unspecified and I suspect it isn t the fact that he doesn t regard anyone but himself as importantIt would have worked better if this book and Olivion s Favorites were separated differently If the beginning of this book was on Olivion s Favorites that would solve the latter s weak opening which assumed you knew a lot of the setup going in Then the rest of the book could have been handled as a seuel and things would have made a lot sense It still wouldn t have done much for the eNoliiLone basically being the same but at least the parts that assume you know what happened earlier would have context With that in addition to the fact that it feels like nothing significant was accomplished in the latter half of the book I rate this book Not Recommended

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He awakens three months later the Marvelous Effect Marvelous PDFEPUB #227 world that he once knew and loved is totally out of control He will learn that his illness is connected to everything that is wrong and that it's not only his responsibility but his destiny to set things rightThis story is a megadramatic remarkably true super action fantasy Get ready. Reviewed by Marta Morrison for TeensReadToocomWow What a story Louis Proof is a teenager in East Orange New Jersey When the book opens Louis one of the most popular students in his class He is helpful kind and smart He accepts an invitation to go to a wonderful amusement park where all of your wildest dreams come true After things go a little wrong there Louis leaves and mysteriously collapses and falls into a coma When Louis awakens it is three months later and everything is different Many adults are being replaced with replicas of themselves and they are a child s dream They let their kids do anything they want Slowly Louis realizes that he is the earth s only chance Earth is being taken over by Galonious a very funny but evil person He takes away a person s inhibitions and promises freedom Some people steal and vandalize while others commit murder I spent some time speaking with my fifth graders about this concept and I believe that they found it as scary as I did The story doesn t come to a conclusion as there are supposed to be seuels The hero is also African American which is a first and there are many references to popular culture which makes the story fun Enjoy reading THE MARVELOUS EFFECT

Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Å Troy CLE

Louis Proof is an ordinary kidHe Effect Marvelous Kindle #180 loves listening to hip hop racing radio controlled cars and hanging out with his best friend Brandon Then a mysterious letter invites him to visit the local junkyard There he finds a secret underground amusement park like no other in existence This is the best day of Louis's life The park even ha. I give this book a 5 based on how I felt reading it as a kid not how I feel after reading it now that I m 21 But man back when I was 9 or so In the middle of a Children of the Lamp hole looking for something to read And coming straight off His Dark Materials and being ramped up by high sci fi fantasy fusion Seeing a Black boy and a Black girl fighting monsters on the cover of a book was the most amazing thing when I was nine At 21 years old I can honestly say I havent seen any book with a similar scene on it in all these years The cover drew my eye and the authentic cultural experience and imaginative world building kept my attention Is it well written No I don t think so The plot also isn t the best structured thing ever and the author unfortunately sacrificed fully contextualizing the character s experiences to tease the seuels instead But it was a fun imaginative story about Black kids fighting aliens when I needed a fun imaginative story about Black kids fighting aliens So in recognition of that little nine year old that would grow into a 13 year old that wrote white characters by default for way too long I happily give this book a 5 Even in the finer literature world a lot of the classic stories we love and adore don t stand up to the test of time Longevity is indeed a valid metric for the measure of a good story but sometimes the best stories are just the ones we needed to read when we first encountered them