Monster Republic: The Divinity Project by Ben Horton

Monster Republic: The Divinity Project

Written by Ben Horton
Part of the Monster Republic Series

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Monster Republic: The Divinity Project by Ben Horton

An explosion in a nuclear power plant. Kids patched up with scavenged body parts and bionic implants. A growing army of superhuman soldiers programmed for destruction. 'No', whispered Cameron to the monster in the glass. And he watched it shaking its hideous head. 'That's not me. You're not me'.

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This book is aimed at teenage lads but it's such a great read the whole family will enjoy it. -- The Sun The Sun I was pretty excited when I heard that this book was like Terminator meets X-Men. What a premise! Luckily, Monster Republic delivered the non-stop action promised, and moved along at a very quick speed. As a bonus, Random House have included a few pages of art at the back, which made imagining the characters and settings that much easier. -- Jenny Davis Wondrous Reads Blog This book would also make an awesome movie! It would look amazing on the big screen, I seriously wouldn't be surprised if it ended up being optioned. And what's more, I don't think there would need to be anything cut from the book - it's a pretty quick read, and the plot is very tight, I could literally see the whole book on the screen. To sum up, Monster Republic: The Divinity Project is an awesome book, and I can't wait to read the next book in the series! -- Jo Once Upon a Bookcase Blog It's a fast paced action-packed book; the short chapters and great dialogue keep the book bouncing along...The book will appeal to many a reader and is a very exciting start to a new series. The next book has so much scope, it will be one of the many great books which I will be looking forward to... I will give this four out of five - a captivating read with many possibilities for the next one. -- Mr Ripley's Enchanted Books Mr Ripley's Enchanted Books I have a feeling that this book is going to be hugely popular in 2010! I highly recommend it, so when it's released, go guy it, you won't be disappointed! -- Carolyn Book Chick City Blog

About the Author

Ben Horton enjoys acting in his spare time and is a long time fan of Marvel comics and action movies. He lives and works in London.

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288 pages
Interest Age: From 12


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Corgi Childrens an imprint of Random House Children's Books

Publication date

1st January 2010




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