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Unravel the mysteries of an extraordinary underwater world in this official Minecraft novel! 

When three kids discover a mystery in an abandoned Minecraft server, they must race against the clock to uncover its secrets.

Jake Thomas is always the new kid. His family moves so much for his dad’s work that it’s easier to keep his head down and not get attached to anyone. He’ll be gone in a few months anyway. But when they end up in Los Angeles, Dad promises this will be the last time they move. The Pacific Crest Apartments are home now...which means it's time for Jake to finally make friends. Jake isn’t sure he should count the two kids he meets at the apartment’s community center as friends, though. 

Tank Vuong is a large and intimidating boy who hangs with a tough crowd, and Emily Quesada is a fashionista who’s quick with a sarcastic remark. But when he discovers an old computer lab in a forgotten corner of the community center, with a strange Minecraft server containing cryptic riddles, he realizes he's going to need help cracking the code - because at the end of the summer, the community center will be demolished, and all hope of solving the mystery will go with it. Following the hints left by an enigmatic figure known as the Wizard, the trio journeys into the dangerous depths of the ocean, where uncanny creatures lurk and untold treasure awaits....

©2020 C.B. Lee (P)2020 Random House Audio

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When does the Minecraft start?

Minecraft seems like just a side-plot in this book about the lives of some kids living an an apartment complex.
Gave up after chapter 15 or 16.

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The story is sooooooooooo good 👍

I love everything about this book I want a sequel soo much it earns ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I recommend it.

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Love it

I cried 5 times at the end of the book, from joy of course. I love the story.

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Where's the Minecraft? Not here

Eleven chapters in and still no Minecraft. just teens being upset at life and parents

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good but slow start

was very slow and hard to get into in the beginning. 1-18 was all intro and back story of characters. 19 and forward got more interesting

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Not about Minecraft

This book is not really about minecraft. do not recommend if you have enjoyed the other Minecraft books and are looking for more of that in game storytelling experience. we couldn't even make it halfway through the book before giving up on it.

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Awesome Book!

This was a fun book to read. It has real life parts, and some Minecraft parts. My favorite parts were when they were playing Minecraft. Clearly the author has played Minecraft. Also there are mods for the game, and that makes it even better than normal Minecraft.

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Man, this basically describes every Minecrafter, good job! I love it! 👍 👍 👍 👍

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It involves Minecraft, so…

Story isn’t bad, but it does spend TEN chapters on character development… which is excessive. The story focuses more on the characters sense of belonging rather than Minecraft. The end is a little predictable, but otherwise fun.

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Good book

Jake he is where were at a part meant I’m sorry about that and it is just his dad moves a lot and he needs a friend that is actually at first the boat and his name is Tink he becomes Jake’s friend and I a YouTube or