The Thirteen: A Novel

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Library Journal. Haven Woods is suburban heaven, a great place to raise a family. It's close to the city, quiet, with great schools and its own hospital right up the road. Property values are climbing, and the crime rate is practically nonexistent. Paula Wittmore hasn't been back to Haven Woods since she left as a disgraced teenager. Now she's returning to care for her suddenly ailing mother, and she's bringing her daughter and a pile of emotional baggage. She's also bringing, unknowingly, the last chance for her mother's closest frenemies.

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Showing of 36 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Format: Paperback Verified Purchase. Just finished reading The Thirteen and loved it. Read the first two thirds like a normal person and then devoured the last third, couldn't put the darn thing down.

Now that's the mark of a good story written well. This is my first Susie Moloney book and I look forward to reading more. She's an intelligent writer, has a great sense of comedy mixed in with the horror, and really knows how to work her words. I thoroughly enjoyed her style in The Thirteen; loved the thought fragments that immediately gave me the depth I needed without paragraphs of unnecessary prose.

My only complaint is that I found some of the lesser characters under-written, they were so juicy that I wanted to know more about their stories. Of course, these are not the first words the celebrated rookies ever penned or typed. Each spent countless hours and pages on their craft before their first novel was published. Most wrote about what they knew best — including characters based on people in their lives and hometown settings The Martian is a notable exception. These authors were not aspiring writers: they were writing all the time, and needed only to be discovered. All writers in deed — who also aspire to be published — take hope!


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Salinger even had six chapters of it in his pocket when he landed at Normandy as a young soldier in World War II. After a book publisher accepted it that same year but asked for a re-write, Salinger withdrew it and instead published it with Little, Brown and Co. It launched the genre of young adult fiction and within two weeks was on the bestseller list. Really good! Reminds me of the Divergent Series Feb 20, Adan rated it it was amazing.

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Thirteen is quite a phycological book based of dreams and nightmare with loads of action and tension which is something i thoroughly enjoy in anime and books. I find this very interesting as with what information was given in the first 'chapter' of the series i feel the series has a lot o Thirteen is quite a phycological book based of dreams and nightmare with loads of action and tension which is something i thoroughly enjoy in anime and books.

I find this very interesting as with what information was given in the first 'chapter' of the series i feel the series has a lot of potential with the plot line. With thirteen books in this massive series you are sure to not get bored! Jan 25, Sam Kings rated it liked it. Boy this was gooooooooooooooooooooood. I started reading this book thinking, eh, it looks fun sure whatever.

And it took me completely by surprise! Its kept me at the edge of my seat the whole time, and that ending!! On the other hand, there are some inconsistensies and some details that seemed a little sketchy to me, but overall it was a great read and I hightly recommend it. Mar 10, Ashlee Jamieson rated it liked it. I decided to read this book because in intermediate we read one of the books and i quite enjoyed it so for christmas i asked for the series.

The things i liked about this book was that it had really good language features and just tequnical lauguage another reason is that it was a really intreasting book and the begining was really hooking and made me want to read on. The thing i did not like about the book was that it was realky short and i wanted to know what happend next and that some of the I decided to read this book because in intermediate we read one of the books and i quite enjoyed it so for christmas i asked for the series.

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The thing i did not like about the book was that it was realky short and i wanted to know what happend next and that some of the words i did not understand. There was not really anything that i learnt from this book other than like action and stuff. May 08, Randy rated it it was ok Shelves: science-fiction , adventure , international-author , ya , Sam is a dreamer. After being taken away from his school in handcuffs, and put into a helicopter, he realizes that his life is not quite what he thought it was.

I picked this book up because I recently purchased the rest of this series, so I thought I should read at least the first one. I finished the book because the action raced forward. I expected the book to not have a real ending, but I wanted to read until the ending of this volume anyway. I would recommend this to Kearaun. I think he would Sam is a dreamer.

I think he would like the fast pace of the story. Aug 18, Dale rated it really liked it Shelves: grade-6 , own. Well done Phelan! Like the 'Alone' series, I have again been sucked in It reminds me a little of 'Stormbreaker', although it moves along much faster.

The grade six boys are sure to love this text as it has plenty of action and excitement. One star off because it is left on a cliffhanger and I now have to wait a long time before continuing the story The first book really just sets up the story. Oct 02, Maria Carmo rated it liked it Recommends it for: Everyone. Shelves: living-theend-times , thrillers-suspence-adventure , dystopia. The book is well written and the story is interesting and fast paced - but we have the feeling it is "one more" of these stories of a few that are chosen to save the world.

I read it quikly and with interest, but not passionately. It reads more like a script and we see the movie inside our heads Still, I guess I will read the next one to see how it develops Maria Carmo, Lisbon, 5th October Apr 06, Kaylin Behrens rated it it was amazing. It was a pretty good book honestly.

I thought it might be one of those, oh, teenager with a power books, but the author really kept it interesting The one thing I didn't like was the last line. You can't end a book like that even if there are more in the series. Oct 08, Diana rated it liked it. Dec 03, Donna rated it really liked it. I think it's a very interesting story and super easy to read. Makes me want to buy the rest of the books so I can know what happens.

Aug 21, Steven rated it it was amazing. I is a very good book that is hard to put down. Feb 22, Thomas rated it it was amazing Shelves: the-last-thirteen. Amazing Book with good story line, cant wait to read book 2. View all 8 comments. Mar 01, David rated it liked it. One day Sam went to school and while he was in science class a helicopter came and took him away. He met two other kids while he was in the helicopter named Eva and Alex.

But soon the helicopter was shot down and they crashed into a backyard pool but luckily none of the kids were hurt. Then they got taken away by this girl named Lora who said she would help them. S "The Last Thirteen" by James Phelan is about a boy named Sam who has crazy nightmares but those nightmares actually tell the future.

Sam, Eva, and Alex were pretty suspicious against her but they got on a plane to Switzerland to go to an academy for gifted children. They had an explaining from the professor of the academy and Sam was told he was one of the last thirteen. He said Sam was part of the race for ultimate power in the world.

Sam feels that this is a big misunderstanding but he is one of the last thirteen. I thought this book was okay. The story was interesting but it wasn't the best. The characters were okay but not the best. It was all round an okay book. I'd recommend this book to people who like mysteries because the book has a lot of mystery and suspense in it.

Also if people like action this book has some in it. If you like fiction it's also an okay choice. Apr 15, Naomi Campbell rated it really liked it Shelves: books. I had to make sure we liked it, I guess. And it's funny, because I read it aloud to my year-old daughter and year-old son and they both really liked it. My son always rates every book a two-star rating, and my daughter sometimes doesn't end up wanting to hear the whole thing, or doesn't seem as enthused. But we finished this book in I would say three or four sessions of read-aloud time and he gave it three stars and she gave it four.

They loved that pretty much the whole thing was action. Anyway, we already have the next book, 12, sitting here ready to start, so that's where we'll go next. This one DOES leave you hanging. Jul 26, Juicemoose rated it did not like it. The Last Thirteen is so painfully obviously a corporate marketed series that it actually quite disgusts me.

Do you think that Robert Jordan envisioned writing 11 books with three more to end the series when he sat down to write The Wheel of Time? No, he kept on writing because he loved what he was doing and wanted to continue adding to his already strongly established foundation; it was so much more organic and natural than this corporate digested piece of filth.

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Sep 11, Eliza Patten rated it really liked it. The Last 13 is a book is a very fascinating book. It is about three kids, Sam, Eva, and Alex, who are special kids. They have the ability to dream the future. They are called Dreamers. They are taken from their high school class, from an organization called the enterprise. Sam gets taken into a helicopter.

Eva and Alex are both in the helicopter already. Eva said that the night before, she had a dream about all that is happening, and what will happen later in the day. When they are in the helico The Last 13 is a book is a very fascinating book. They all get out of the helicopter and start running away. They run into a girl named Lora. She was trying to find the three high school students and save them from the enterprise. They later go to an academy in the mountains of Switzerland.

At the academy, they learn how to control their dreams, and change their dreams. The night before they got taken from the enterprise, Sam had a nightmare. I loved reading this book! The plot of the book was planned out so well. It fits the book so perfectly. The book is very mesmerizing. It is so eye catching and entertaining. I recommend this book to anyone who likes fantasy or action. It has a lot of action packed moment, but it is also in a way, a fantasy. If you read the book, at first it might seem just like an action book or even just fiction.

As you read on in the book, it keeps getting more and more unreal. Readers also enjoyed. Young Adult. Science Fiction. About James Phelan. James Phelan. James Phelan is the award-winning author of twenty-four novels and one work of non-fiction. From , H James Phelan is the award-winning author of twenty-four novels and one work of non-fiction. James has taught writing at post-graduate level and regularly talks at schools, libraries and universities around the world.