Full Tilt

Full Tilt

by Neal Shusterman
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Full Tilt 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 115 reviews.
EG90 More than 1 year ago
Full Tilt is one of the most fast paced book I have ever read. As soon as the characters enter the thrilling and dangerous park it is difficult to put this book down. Although this book might not be the best for a classroom setting. It is the best for sit down and read an interesting book setting. It is not a very challenging read and is fairly short. It showed me that you need to live your life for the fullest and any book that can send that message across while keeping you on your toes is definetly a book to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Have you ever been to a carnival that was breathtaking? Well, Blake and his brother Quinn are at a carnival going Full Tilt down their worst nightmares and memories! In this jaw dropping book of rides Blake (the responsible one) and Quinn (the daredevil) fight the beautiful park owner for their lives. This book by Neal Shusterman excited me and I couldn’t put it down! It is a fast book with romance and betrayal. If anyone read this book they will look at someone different. I know I did. By Joey A.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Full Tilt is a book made of twist and turns. Once you start reading the book you will never be able to put it down! It's face paced and amazing! Full Tilt is one of my all time favorites.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this book right when it cameout and i still thimk of it as on of the beat books ever its up there wit the hunger games series put together
WT More than 1 year ago
W.T. read Full tilt and it is a book with a weird setting. This story is about a group of four friends that go to a theme park. The names of the friends are Blake, Quinn, Maggie, and Russ. Blake goes to a stand where if you throw a ball and if it knocks pins down you get a prize, but at this stand was a girl that Blake said was the prettiest girl he had ever seen. She gave him a special invitation to another theme park run by her. They decide to try the park out, but what they thought would be a good night turns into what they lest expected. My favorite part of the book was when the group of friends that includes Maggie, Blake, Quinn, and Russ, were ridding the ride Kamikaze. In this part I kept wondering if they were really going to die or not. When the rollercoaster was "falling" down I thought that the characters that were introduced in the beginning were going to die and there were going to be new ones. My least favorite part of this book would have to be the ending. I don't like how it all turns up as they get in a car crash. It would have been good if the ending of the book were that the friends never rode seven rides so they were stuck in the park for all eternity. Neal Shusterman did a great job with the descriptions of the characters. I usually don't read many books fast, but this book was hard to put down.
Dogtownskater More than 1 year ago
Ok I read this book in two days. That isn't normal for me. I was really absorbed by the characters and the actions. It shows that everbody has their inner demons and they have to overcome them. Blake had to accept responsibility for his actions almost a decade ago. This book is full of twists and turns that will keep your attention until the very end. Even if you don't read, you will love this book.
paigeturner77 More than 1 year ago
this is a great book! Sixteen-year-old Blake, a straight-arrow, college-bound kid, is at a carnival with Quinn, his thrill-seeking brother, and two friends when a cute girl invites Blake to another carnival in a remote part of town that only admits invited guests. Later that evening, Quinn is found at home in a comatose state with Blake's invitation by his side. Did he go to the other carnival in Blake's place? When Blake and his friends go in search of the freaky, mysterious carnival to find out what happened to Quinn, they discover that the price of admission to this bizarre, place is one's... soul. To save Quinn, Blake must survive seven different carnival rides before dawn, each one deadly, and a terrifying reflection of one of Blake's deepest fears. In the final ride, Blake confronts the memory of a horrible childhood accident that he has buried deep in his psyche--a school bus wreck in which he was the only survivor. Can he save Quinn? Will he fall in love with the cute, mysterious girl? Will he even survive?
Guest More than 1 year ago
OH MY GOSS, I LOVED THIS BOOK. I COULDN'T PUT IT DOWN .I FINISHED IT IN LIKE, THREE DAYS . IT HAS JUST WHAT A BOOK NEEDS. A RESPONSIBLE ,KIND OF NERDY GUY,THEN THE FEARLESS ,I WANT TO GO BUNGGEE JUMPING KIND OF GUY.WHEN BLAKE (THE RESPONSIBLE ONE)GETS INVITED TO A (BY INVITATION ONLY CARNIVAL) HE DOESN'T WANT TO GO BECAUSE HE DOESN'T LIKE ROLLER COSTERS .BUT HE DOESN'T WANT HIS FRIENDS TO KNOW, OR HIS BROTHER QUINN(THE FEARLESS ONE).BUT QUINN WANTS TO GO .SO THEY BOTH GET SUCKED INTO A PHANTOM CARNIVAL ,AND THE ONLY WAY TO GET OUT IS TO RIDE SEVEN DEATHLY RIDES. I TOTALLY SAY YOU SHOULD READ THIS BOOK AND THEN MAYBE WRIGHT A REVIEW ABOUT IT ,JUST LIKE ME.
Anonymous 7 months ago
I loved it because of the intinse action happening with cassandra and blake.
Anonymous 9 months ago
Neil Shusterman never seems to fail.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of my favorite books in high school. A great read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love it:)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bet you thought the plot wa in here cause of the length of the title
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Reading this book was like being taken into the dreams of a boring teenager. The book had a ridiculous and predictable plot, the characters were shallow, there was poor characterization, and horrible dialogue.This was truly one of the worst books that I have ever read, and will surely never recommend it to anyone else.   
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Great book. Not his best bit still great. Neal Shusterman must really love the Hindenburg. Ha
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really good.
224perweek More than 1 year ago
This was a very quick read. Exciting but could have been more. I would have liked to know more about everyone else's rides and what they meant. Hopefully, we will hear more from Cassandra in the future.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
THIS LOOKS SO GOOD!!!!!!!!!! WISH I COULD GET THIS BOOK!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good