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eBook The Dangerous Days of Daniel X epub
  • ISBN: 0316002925
  • Author: Michael Ledwidge,James Patterson
  • Genre: Teens
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Little, Brown and Company; 1st edition (July 21, 2008)
  • Pages: 272 pages
  • ePUB size: 1513 kb
  • FB2 size 1909 kb
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The Dangerous Days of Daniel X. by James Patterson With Michael Ledwidge. Daniel X has the greatest power of all: the ability to create

The Dangerous Days of Daniel X. Daniel X is closing in on his parents’ killer. But in this thrilling adventure, danger-and the world’s deadliest aliens-lurk in the shadows. Daniel X has the greatest power of all: the ability to create. His secret abilities-like being able to manipulate objects and animals with his mind or to recreate himself in any shape he chooses-have helped him survive. But Daniel doesn’t have a normal life. He is the protector of the earth, the Alien Hunter, with a mission beyond what anyone’s imagining.

James Patterson, Michael Ledwidge. Dangerous Days of Daniel X. A book in the Daniel X series. No last name, just Daniel X. I have to tell you one more thing about that night. I must get it out. Even though I was only three years old, I am ashamed that I didn’t fight The Prayer to the death. For Jack, Keelan, Cara, and Brynna. Daniel X, alien hunter. Chapter 1. Twelve years have passed.

The Dangerous Days of Daniel X is a novel by James Patterson and co-author Michael Ledwidge, written in the same vein as his Maximum Ride series. Patterson returns to the realm of science fiction in this novel. It was released on July 21, 2008. Twelve years after the murder of his parents, fifteen-year-old alien Daniel X has taken up the task of his parents as Defender of Earth

James Patterson (Author), Michael Ledwidge (Contributor). James Patterson was selected by readers across America as the Children's Choice Book Awards Author of the Year in 2010.

James Patterson (Author), Michael Ledwidge (Contributor). Book 1 of 6 in the Daniel X Series. He is the internationally bestselling author of the highly praised Middle School books, I Funny, Confessions of a Murder Suspect, and the Maximum Ride, Witch & Wizard, Daniel X, and Alex Cross series. His books have sold over 260 million copies worldwide, making him one of the bestselling authors of all time.

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Except as permitted under the . The Final Warning: A Maximum Ride Novel. The Dangerous Days of Daniel X (coauthor Michael Ledwidge). Other Novels Featuring Maximum Ride.

Except as permitted under the . Little, Brown and Company. Hachette Book Group USA. 237 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10017. For more information about James Patterson’s novels, visit. The greatest superpower of all isn't to be part spider, part man, or to cast magic spells-the greatest power is the power to create. My name is Daniel, and this is the first volume of my life story, which, hopefully, will be a very long and distinguished one. Why should you read it? Very good question. Daniel X is closing in on his parents' killer. But in this thrilling adventure, danger-and the world's deadliest aliens-lurk in the shadows. But Daniel doesn't have a normal life.

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The greatest superpower of all isn't to be part spider, part man, or to cast magic spells--the greatest power is the power to create.
Comments: (7)
I was mildly disappointed with this book. It seemed to go by too quick with very little detail; almost reading as a brainstorm than an actual novel. The ideas and originality were there, but it definitly lacked depth. I kept thinking of The Host, by Stephanie Meyer, as I read this; and how much better it was for having a similar concept. I just felt like the aliens themselves could have been given more detail, he could have taken the time to really describe them and go into details, but it seemed as though everything was summed up and rushed through. The only time the book slowed to a decent pace was near the end, at which point the description and story really reached where it should have been all along.

I will say, after reading this I passed it on to my 9 year old, and he LOVED it. He's a big Ben10 fan and really related this book to that show, reading it almost as quickly as I did. So for kids, I do recommend this, though it doesn't even begin to compete with the bestselling kids books out there. For adults, I would not recommend.
It's a fast paced and fun series. Something different from my favorite author. I highly recommend for kids of all ages.
I Love James Patterson's books, except when he goes afield of the volume of his work. This is his adventure into science fiction or fantasy and it took me more than half way through the book to settle down and understand what was going on. It was a good read eventually, I was just lost for the first half.
I enjoyed it, but if I had researched a little further, I might not have read it. I grew up loving science fiction, but I am suspicious of it today. Heinlein was great, but too many people now use the mystical aspect of the book as an excuse for laziness. Got your protagonist in a fix you can't write your way out of? Just invent a new superpower and the situation is fixed. Patterson didn't do much of that (though I thought I caught him at it once. All in all it was a fun read, and that's what counts.
The Dangerous Days of Daniel X was a quick romp of playful imagination. I always enjoy following Patterson's creative mind. I got his Maximum Ride series for my grandson - but was soon hooked on the outcome of his very colorful and endearing characters. Daniel X leads you into the same pattern - you learn quickly to care about the main character. To hang spell bound on his Destiny and to enjoy following him on the twists and turns of the Journey that leads him there. I look forward to the next book in the series. The audio book gives you such a great preview of it.
A couple of years ago, I had read some the negative reviews of this book before purchasing and most suggesting that it was for younger readers. I also noticed younger readers posting that they enjoyed the book, so I decided to purchase the book for my classroom. Well, it sat on my bookshelf, until a few weeks ago, when my students (age 10) voted for it to be the next book that I read aloud to them. Honestly, I wasn't crazy with the book to begin with, but I want to start good reading habits with the kids and model finishing books you start, as many tend to read a few pages and get a new book. So I have NEVER stopped reading a book(even if it was not great) we started, this will be the first time in my many years of teaching. Today was the last straw. When Daniel encounters an alien selling drugs to kids, that was too much. Really aliens have nothing better to do then sell drugs? Secondly, the younger kids do not enjoy hearing about Daniel's feelings for girls. If this book is written for 9-12 year olds then it should have age appropriate content. I can tell the kids are bored with the story, and so am I.
I bought this to see how the series was. To be honest; I just bought #5 in the series this week. Does that tell you anything?nI have all 5 in the series now. The first book here kept me hooked till the end. It is a great book for younger readers and will want to make them read more. Not just for childern; I would recomend for anyone that wants to just sit and enjoy something different. I found the first 5 to be well worth the super price I got them for thru Amazon. Some i paid a penny for the audio book; and just paid the $3.99 shipping; can not beat that with a stick. $4.00 total for a brand new Audio book still in the origional wrapper and box. I will take that anyday. Give this series a shot for yourself, bet you will be buying the other 4 also.
I was very disppointed in Patterson's new series for Young Adults. The kids at our library liked the Maximum Ride series for the first couple of books, so I was waiting for Daniel X's series. The teens at our library read a much better caliber of writing than this book. There were very interesting story lines in the book, just no development. Perhaps a few less books by the author, and more effort put into the books he writes, would be wise.
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