Monday, May 2, 2011

Molly Fyde and the Blood of Billions


Hey, it’s me again. I recently read Molly Fyde and the Blood of Billions.

Molly Fyde and the Blood of Billions- Confusing, magnificent, a wonderfully well written story with an amazing plot, Molly Fyde and the Blood of Billions can be called all of these things. Molly and Walter are in Lok looking for someone in the Drenard Underground so Molly can try to save her father and Cole. Walter, Molly, Cat the alien in the Drenard Underground, and some other aliens are on the Parsona when suddenly, a navy starship comes crashing down. They investigate and find many people dead. Some people were very lucky and survived the dreadful mishap. Meanwhile, Cole is stuck in hyperspace and is talking to one of the Bern. Then, when the Bern, Byrne, finishes his story he orders Cole to be killed. Thankfully Cole escaped but lost his arm in a fall. Then he met Molly’s dad, who gave him a mechanical arm. This is basically the story of Molly and Cole’s daring journeys to save the universe, and to be reunited with their loved ones.

One thing that I absolutely did not like was that this book was so confusing. I didn’t like how many characters it focused on and how it alternated between those characters for each chapter. I also didn’t like how much blood there was in it, but other than that I loved this book.

I would definitely recommend this to no one younger than a middle-schooler because of the content. This has way too much blood, guts, and gore for anyone younger than this. Like when Riggs’ leg was cut off. It illustrated this with vivid words that made it so bloody and horrible for young kids. Also the words they use are not appropriate for young kids. There are so many bad words it is not funny. So, I would definitely recommend kids older than elementary school to steer away from this book.

This book doesn’t really remind me of any books that I have read. Although, it kind of reminds me of the Hunger Games because of all the blood in these books because when someone dies they usually have a horribly gruesome death. Another similarity is like when the people die in both books they usually die from bombs, guns, and other miscellaneous weapons.

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