Quest for Justice: An Unofficial Minecraft-Fan Adventure (The Elementia Chronicles Series #1)

Quest for Justice: An Unofficial Minecraft-Fan Adventure (The Elementia Chronicles Series #1)

by Sean Fay Wolfe

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062416322
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 07/28/2015
Series: Elementia Chronicles Series , #1
Pages: 512
Sales rank: 124,925
Product dimensions: 5.10(w) x 7.60(h) x 1.30(d)
Lexile: 1000L (what's this?)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Sean Fay Wolfe was sixteen years old when he finished the first book of the Elementia Chronicles in 2013. He is a Minecraft player and an author of action-adventure tales. Sean is an Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America, a five-time all-state musician, a second-degree Black Belt in Shidokan karate, and has created many popular online games in the Scratch programming environment. He goes to school and lives in Rhode Island with his mother, father, two brothers, three cats, and a little white dog named Lucky.

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Quest for Justice: An Unofficial Minecraft-Fan Adventure (The Elementia Chronicles Series #1) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sean Fay Wolf is a incretable author who has a true passion for writing. His books are full of swists and turns and will deilight young readers who enjoy Minecraft. I recomend this book to all readers. I will be revewing all of Sean Fay Wolf's books and you can follow me if you like. Enjoy!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
OMG This book is amazing I cant believe that its so good.Keemaking more to the series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have this AMAZING book, i reccomend to all minecraft lovers!
Garth_Howard_Garrison 10 months ago
Many avid Minecraft fans have tried and tried again to perfect the Minecraft fanfiction: Mark Cheverton, Max Brooks, Winter Morgan… but none can come close to the startling prowess possessed by young author Sean Fay Wolfe. His skills with a pen on paper possibly surpass his skills with a sword in Minecraft, and this is no easy feat. The story follows the ‘noob’ character of Stan, who has just started the game, and hopes to learn in a stress-free and easy way, and maybe make some friends along the way. He certainly does, teaming up with new player Charlie and seasoned miner Kat as they make their way to the Adorian Village for training from some of the highest level players in the world. But it isn’t long before the apparent tyranny of the monarchs of this society sets in: banishments, assassinations, large-scale assaults, manhunts, and undermining the foundation that the world is constructed on… and who better to speak out against them than the people they are hurting most of all: new players. This book, as well as its sequels, provide a roller-coaster of emotion and plot-twists galore, all of which will try the reader. King Kev and his advisors are perfectly crafted agents of evil, displaying traits that we see so often in the modern world, such as riots that are violently quelled in the streets. Countless easter eggs and surprises await readers on every page, keeping them guessing and laughing at the referenced less well-known mechanics that reside in the game. There is no question about it: the character development, exquisite setting description, sly plot twists, and even the expertly crafted dialogue will keep readers on their toes. Sean Fay Wolfe has spun flax into gold with his latest installment of the Elementia Chronicles, Herobrine’s Message, including his brilliant usage of the beloved title character. The perfect dosage of the mysterious figure has been included, not overdoing it, but giving him enough facetime in the book to be an effective yet creepy head of the Noctem Alliance. Be warned: plot twists are Fay Wolfe’s middle name, and he exhibits ample aptitude towards his ability to twist the knife. Us at PorkSlap Reviews highly recommend this modern classic of literature to men, women, and children of all ages, and encourage them to enjoy this well-spun yarn as best they can. There is no denying that Fay Wolfe has ‘crafted’ a masterpiece that will be revered by all who have ever and will ever live. His beloved characters will live on in our hearts. Stan, a noob, shows surprising prowess at everything he may wish to excel at, including ax fighting and diplomacy, while Charlie and Kat go on to find fame of their own. Supporting characters such as Jayden, G, and Sally sculpt a perfect picture of the Minecraft multiplayer experience. It is above easy to imagine an ultimate TV experience starring Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly as Stan and Charlie, with Kristen Wiig starring as Kat. Supporting roles include Morgan Freeman, Carrie Fisher, and the great Patrick Warburton as King Kev. Benedict Cumberbatch also stars Charlemagne, with Steve Carell as Caesar. Finally, a state-of-the-art CGI Andre the Giant plays Minotaurus in a shocking performance. Everybody loves to see Oscar-winning Morgan Freeman in a cameo as Crazy Steve, and Carrie Fisher as Adoria brings life to the darkness of Element City. Finally, Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill cameo as Leonidas and Geno, with Anthony Daniels as Becca. We await your verdict, Hollywood. 5/5
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good nice Cool osom
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Somebody just discovered the word nincompoop Leo
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have the paper back its so interesting ivwant the seconded book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was amazing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Steve slammed his hotel room door shut." Everything is useless. You hear me!? Everything is usless!" I cannot resist it the minecraft days are too short" do you people think i am a nincompoop?" No, i am certanly not a nincompoop. I am going to discver a mine and kill the mobs in it. Killed them i am going to stay here as long as i want to. I do not want to deal with you nincompoops because nincompoops are dumb and you are nincompoops i hate you nincompoops. I am mad thanks to you nincompoops. You do not want to deal with me or i will ki ll you nincompoops. You are not allowed to trade with me anymore i will also kill the hotel owner to show that i am angry at him to. I do not like you; you are dumb you hotel manager you are a complete nincompoop i killed you bye bye now i will take over minecraft the end
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is most likely the BEST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ! Elementia Chronicals is a must read. One question to the author though, what is it with lava?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My friend at school has this book i read it in Afterschool and i loved it best book of minecraft ive ever read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutly LOVE this book!!!!!!!!!!!!
TeodoraB More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. Sean Fay Wolfe's writing style is so smooth making the book enjoyable to read. The dialogue pushed the plot forward nicely. The best thing about this book is the characters. I especially liked Mr.A for his backstory and actions. Charlie is also a favorite of mine as he is a character I could easily relate to. I was staying on my toes while reading Elementia because I sometimes couldn't guess who was good or bad. And that brings up the antagonists. I love villains to pieces and am really a stickler on how they are played out. I am happy to say that the main antagonist, King Kev, was a fabulous villain. He was obviously threatening, clever, skillful and didn't just let his "minions" do all the dirty work, unlike many kings in other stories. The RAT1 squad were quite the group and it's members were fascinating. One of the members, Leonidas, manages to raise up questions about his motive continuously, and I am interested to find out what will be his role in the future. As for the story, so much went on that I commonly found myself reading between classes at school. This book is definitely on my Top 10 favorite books for 2015. I am looking forward to get the second book.
This_Kid_Reviews_Books More than 1 year ago
A unique book series, The Elementia Chronicles makes a nice bridge between the popular videogame “Minecraft” and reading. It’s perfect for reluctant readers – Minecraft is the big videogame trend right now and a book tie-in is an awesome idea. I, myself, am not a big Minecraft player, and was a bit hesitant when asked if I wanted to review the first book. After reading the first, I quickly got my hands on the second – the story captured me. Wolfe incorporates sub-plots that keep you involved, and twists and turns to keep you guessing. *NOTE* I got a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Terrible book. Just kidding.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
100 stars awesome best book ever
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