Full of roller-coaster twists and turns, Neal Shusterman's latest page-turner is an Orpheus-like adventure into one boy's psyche.
Full tilt is a very interesting tale of finding yourself and knowing who you are. A boy trying to find his brother on 7 deadly rides created by the evil witch Cassandra. This all sounds probobly really confusing but read to find out. Recommended for grades 5th to 8th
Some people say horror is bad. I personally like horror. Some of my friends who also read this book hate horror but they loved the book. I think that almost anybody that is 10+ could love this book. There is nothing to hate about it. I read this book in 3 days and its 200 and something pages. Thats a record for me. When I find a good book I read it non stop. This was one of those books for me. If you think you might read this book and your reading reviews to see if you'll like it. Take my advice, READ IT!!! This is the best book I've ever read in my life and I've read a lot of books.
Blake and Quinn are brothers, but they're also complete opposites. Blake is careful and cautious, but Quinn is a daredevil. But a dark secret haunts Blake--he was the only survivor of a bus crash. When a beautiful girl named Cassandra gives him an invitation to an exclusive park, he doesn't want to go. But when Quinn steals the invitation and goes, Blake and his friends must follow to rescue his brother. But none of them expected how dangerous it would really be. In order to leave the park, they must survive 7 terrifying rides before dawn. Will Blake and the others leave the park alive?