Book Review – The Dangerous Days of Daniel X

August 9, 2009 at 12:17 am (Book Reviews, teen) (, , )

The Dangerous Days of Daniel X
BY: James Patterson
COVER DESIGN BY: Keith Hayes
PUBLISHED BY: Little, Brown and Company
ISBN-13:  978-0-316-00292-9
ISBN-10:  0-316-00292-5
Ages: 10 & Up
Reviewed by Billy Burgess

After watching the death of his parents, Daniel takes over their work.  He becomes an alien bounty hunter.  He isn’t like other teenagers.  Daniel has the ability to manipulate objects and animals with his mind.  He can create himself in any shape that he chooses.

His parents left him “The List”, an alien enhanced computer listing all of the alien fugitives on earth.  It’s his mission to stop the fugitives and hopefully one day he’ll find his parents assassin.

This book is completely different from the “Maximum Ride” series.  James Patterson has created an interesting character that children and adults will love.  I can easily see this being adapted into a movie.

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