This Minecraft Fan-Fiction adventure novel is a great gift for a Minecraft enthusiast of any age!
“Level II Fire Aspect plus brand new enchantment Level III Unbreaking Diamond Sword, completed!”
Max had always been a shy boy, but that didn’t mean that he was always hiding and not caring about having fun. Indeed, he is also known by his nickname, “Maxcrafter”. In the world of Minecraft, he is one of the best in what he does.
“And Maxcrafter had once again succeeded in his goal. Two days of gathering items have proven their worth!”
He has an approach that people would have loved to learn and he was considered an idol by those who wish to do well in the game. He had contributed to many game guides and manuals with the knowledge gathered from the experience of playing for so long.
He could think that he was fortunate because of that—that is, except for one sore, undeniable, hard truth. He had always been bullied by the same group of schoolmates that made the “real” world impractical for Max.
“Whoa! Did you even take a bath today? You look like you slept in your locker!”
Enter Luke, a good-looking popular boy who seemed to hate Max for all he’s worth. Everything was the clichéd scenario of a hero and the bully, until one day, everything changed.
The two are suddenly thrown into the cubic world of Minecraft where Max’s intelligence and game experience trumps any real world street smarts. Luke and Max would have to settle their differences if they want to get back home.
And the problem roots itself in the fact that however they manage to finish off the enemies—monsters and creatures that pop out of nowhere—the problem wouldn’t end unless they find and defeat the Master Mind.
Or was there even one to begin with? Max and Luke would have to watch out because getting to know people can be difficult, more so when people join your “party” one after another without a care for your preferences.
Would they finally get along and find a way out of their situation, or would it take the greatest sacrifice to avoid disaster? Max would learn the value of having friends as well as the difficulties of the responsibility of having them.
“You know what, shut up.”
“Or you shut up, I’m thinking.”
“You’re always thinking.”
“You shut up too.”
“Ooh, Teacher look, Max is bullying me!”
“Kidding! So, where do we go now?”
Get yourself together and join our unlikely pair of heroes as they stumble their way through the adventure of Minecraft’s Overworld, facing mobs and creatures and other players that have been trapped in the game’s alternate reality.
Follow this adventure story mixed in with real Minecraft gaming sense—this story of the Maxcrafter who had to choose between friendship and freedom.
“You take left and I get right. This should be easy.”
“Five minutes tops?”
Luke snorted. “You don’t know them. Three minutes and we won’t even break a sweat.”
“That weak? What a letdown.”
“Of course, why do you think they just mill around running their mouths off?”
Here’s What Several Reviewers Had To Say:
Conrad Blake has created a fun addition to the Minecraft universe in this roller-coaster-ride tale of two friends trapped in the world of the game. Will they and their friendship survive? Young readers will love the suspense and exciting adventure as Max and Luke fight scary monsters and try to survive in the harsh digital world. Blake writes a satisfying story with plenty of take-away value for young gaming fans, and I would recommend this to anyone with little Minecraft players in the family.
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Minecraft fanfiction is growing more and more in popularity as the games fanbase also grows, and this contribution by Conrad Blake will be a fun adventure for young fans of the game or older children learning to read longer chapter books. I loved the way Blake created Luke and Max, and included great messages about the importance of friendship. This was a blast to read, and definitely worth passing on to the Minecraft-ers in my family.
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I bought this ebook for my little cousin. She’s an avid minecraft player and she really enjoyed the story. I’ve played this game two times, maybe for 45 minutes in total so I’m a, like some kiddos and teenagers say, noob, but I enjoyed this book too 🙂