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Minecraft  THE ISLAND
5.000
الكمية اقتربت من النفاذ، سارع بالشراء
دار النشر : شركة ذات السلاسل

عدد التقييمات 4142 - عدد التعليقات 540
تاريخ النشر 2018-05-03
اسم الناشر PJ Masks
المؤلف Pat-a-Cake,PJ Masks,

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Be immersed in the Minecraft universe for the first time in a thrilling new adventure like no other! Minecraft: The Island will tell the story of a new hero stranded in the world of Minecraft, who must survive the harsh, unfamiliar environment and unravel the secrets of the island. Washed up on a beach, the lone castaway looks around the shore. Where am I? Who am I? And why is everything made of blocks? But there isn't much time to soak up the sun. It's getting dark, and there's a strange new world to explore!

عن المؤلف


Max Brooks

Max Brooks is The New York Times bestselling author of The Zombie Survival Guide and World War Z. He has been called ”the Studs Terkel of zombie journalism.“Brooks is the son of director Mel Brooks and the late actress Anne Bancroft. He is a 1994 graduate of Pitzer College. His wife, Michelle, is a screenwriter, and the couple have a son, Henry. ...اقرأ المزيد
عدد الصفحات 288
وزن الشحن 307 جرام
نوع المجلد Paperback
نوع المنتج كتاب
رقم المنتج ‪ 904-THATALSALASEL-0752
رقم ISBN ‪ 9781780897752
التصنيفات لغة عربية, محتوى-انجليزي
وجهات الشحن والتوصيل متوفر توصيل محلي في دولة الكويت، متوفر توصيل عالمي مع ، يرجى زيارة صفحة استفسارات الرسوم الجمركية
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آراء القراء



القارئ Michael Finocchiaro  
In The Island, a plucky guy from our world wakes up and finds himself in the strange Minecraft world of blocky Moos, scary Spiders, angry Zombies, and dangerous Blasties. He writes this book with popular maxims for survival for whoever comes after him. While the idea was interesting, my experience with Minecraft was one of wane bewilderment while my son found it only mildly interesting. So a book about it? Well, it was underwhelming and felt a bit redundant at times. The tone is very millennial In The Island, a plucky guy from our world wakes up and finds himself in the strange Minecraft world of blocky Moos, scary Spiders, angry Zombies, and dangerous Blasties. He writes this book with popular maxims for survival for whoever comes after him. While the idea was interesting, my experience with Minecraft was one of wane bewilderment while my son found it only mildly interesting. So a book about it? Well, it was underwhelming and felt a bit redundant at times. The tone is very millennial with lots of “Dudes” and “Oh man!” on every page which was taxing as well. So, three stars for originality and a book with life lessons, but not four or five because it failed to keep me interested.

القارئ Kevin Potter  
I actually enjoyed this a l than I thought I would.Disclaimer**I do not play Minecraft. I never saw the point.That said, reading this book feels like what I imagine playing the game would be like.I-m almost actually tempted to try it.I enjoyed the writing style (in spite of it being in first person, which I ordinarily hate), and it had just the right amount of detail vs expediency to keep things moving and fun.And lastly, the audiobook read by Jack Black is fan-freaking-tastic! I-m not a I actually enjoyed this a l than I thought I would.Disclaimer**I do not play Minecraft. I never saw the point.That said, reading this book feels like what I imagine playing the game would be like.I-m almost actually tempted to try it.I enjoyed the writing style (in spite of it being in first person, which I ordinarily hate), and it had just the right amount of detail vs expediency to keep things moving and fun.And lastly, the audiobook read by Jack Black is fan-freaking-tastic! I-m not a fan, but his narration of this book was top notch perfect!

القارئ Kai Aida  
I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes Minecraft. It provided new theories about the game and guides.

القارئ Sean Carlin  
I am neither a Minecraft devotee (I-ve never played it, though I read an article about it in Time a few years back), nor the target demographic for this novel (it-s for middle-graders), but I nonetheless enjoyed and admired what Max Brooks achieved with this project. He somehow translated the pixelated aesthetic of the videogame and made it integral to the fictional environment of The Island, and gave this open-ended "sandbox" adventure a narrative structure. And The Island even shares a worldvi I am neither a Minecraft devotee (I-ve never played it, though I read an article about it in Time a few years back), nor the target demographic for this novel (it-s for middle-graders), but I nonetheless enjoyed and admired what Max Brooks achieved with this project. He somehow translated the pixelated aesthetic of the videogame and made it integral to the fictional environment of The Island, and gave this open-ended "sandbox" adventure a narrative structure. And The Island even shares a worldview, hard as this may be to believe, with Brooks- apocalyptic horror novel World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War: It-s about preparedness and resilience in the face of mortal danger. I admire Brooks for tackling a licensed intellectual property like this, so far removed from the genre for which he-s known, and not only pulling it off, but endowing it with his own personality and preoccupations, at that -- no easy feat for a media tie-in.The novel itself, much like a videogame, is intentionally episodic -- handled in self-contained stages -- as the nameless protagonist (whose gender is also unidentified, allowing readers of any sex to project themselves onto the hero) overcomes a series of obstacles à la Robinson Crusoe. The book will probably be most enjoyable -- most meaningful -- to young fans of the game; it is designed to encourage consideration -- and, hopefully, discussion -- of how to take a levelheaded approach to the inevitable adversities life throws in our path. In an era in which superheroes -- those great teachers of basic morals throughout the latter half of the twentieth century -- have been coopted, corrupted, and perverted by a generation of self-infantilized middle-aged men, Minecraft: The Island serves as an all-too-uncommon example of the kind of earnest fiction we ne of these days: youth-oriented, closed-ended, moral-of-the-story "edutainment" without a whiff of cynicism, despite, in this particular case, being based on a popular videogame. Kudos to Brooks for seizing an unorthodox opportunity to make old-fashioned storytelling relevant anew.

القارئ Christopher  
While it wasn-t terrible, I felt a little misled by the Max Brooks part of this equation. I guess I shouldn-t have expected World War M?At any rate, I read this because my son is big into the game and I wanted to have something we could share. This was w Y than A than most books and was almost a game guide at points. Very hard to read something that is telling you / describing to you how to manage inventory. There was one truly laugh out loud moment when you meet the animals for the first While it wasn-t terrible, I felt a little misled by the Max Brooks part of this equation. I guess I shouldn-t have expected World War M?At any rate, I read this because my son is big into the game and I wanted to have something we could share. This was w Y than A than most books and was almost a game guide at points. Very hard to read something that is telling you / describing to you how to manage inventory. There was one truly laugh out loud moment when you meet the animals for the first time and the narrator hears a cow moo and then hears a goat and asks the cow if he-s bilingual.


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