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Digitus 233 (Digitus Series Book 1) by [Emerson, K.D.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 788 KB
  • Print Length: 127 pages
  • Publisher: Master Koda Select Publishing (1 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AQJ7NKA
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,066,417 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Kindle Edition
Ebook: Digitus 233
Author: K.D. Emerson
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Summary: When Zeph, the adventurous son of a millionaire hid in the cargo hold of the Learjet carrying his brother Zander to camp he had no idea there was anything dark or ominous going on. That was until he watched Zander ejected from the plane onto a barren arctic island and Zeph, trapped in the cargo hold, found himself headed for South America. Will he be able to expose the truth behind Digitus, the world's dominant corporation or will they succeed in their sinister plan to control his brother and destroy the world?
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I really enjoyed this book, it made me think way to hard about the world we live in, not in a bad way but trying to imagine a world like theirs here, I got slightly creeped out, my mind wandered way to much, I meet people everyday that could easily be a part of this book, I am just saying what if this was happening as we speak, Would that worry you? Yep it did me too. I just want to say I love the main characters in this book, Zander & Zeph, not forgetting Crazy Dude, I thought Jackson was brilliant and I would want him as my back up man, He was a very integral part to this book for me, The brawn amongst the brains if you like, after all he saves a group of them in the beginning a hero in my book, The characters were well written, I felt I stood watching them while they were going through everything, wishing I could help them, The plot was brilliant like I said, it really made you think, I can't wait to read book 2, when it comes out, I hope we see all the same characters, as they were all brilliant, I would highly recommend this to all ages, infact I have put it on my daughters kindle as I believe she will love this. 5/5
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This is a book I've been waiting for a long time! A perfect adventure without violence or sex. Something that suits both girls and boys and yet is a great read for adults too. Personally that `for boys' part makes me especially happy as I've really had a hard time figuring out what to recommend for teen and young adult boys but not anymore. So if you are Teen/YA reader, have sons, nephews, grandsons... don't waste time pondering what to read next. Get your own copy of DIGITUS 233 right now! Me? I'm definitely gonna buy copies of DIGITUS 233 for all of my nephews and godsons and I'm sure they'll enjoy the story as much as I did and when the next part is out I will be the first in line to get it!

Zeph is jealous about his brother Zander going onto camp Digitus, a leadership camp for the future leaders of the world, so he decides to go there too. Zeph hides himself to the plane that's taking Zander to the camp but finds out soon that something weird is going on. He accidentally sees some of the happy campers except they look far from happy as they're tied to their seats blindfolded. When the plane lands and Zeph is able to crawl out of the cargo area the campers are gone and he realizes that he's in the middle of worldwide conspiracy and terrible mind games...

Meanwhile Zander and the other campers are being tested but the tests they must survive are not child's play but a matter of life and death and in order to stay alive they must give all they got and even beyond that, reaching for the abilities inside of them they didn't even know existed...
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Wow! Well...what can I say? This knocked The Hunger Games right out of the running for me (and that's one of my favorites!) Adventurous kids (much, much more courageous than THIS reader...who would hide in the cargo hold of a plane?) have to solve a mystery that is...well more than the equal of Scooby Doo and Mystery Inc in a plot that is intelligent, well-thought out and in a way that made you think. Well done and well-deserving of these five stars!
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DIGITUS 233 is the first in a series about the truth behind who is actually in control of the world. Two brothers, one desperate to be chosen and the other tagging along without being invited end up on different sides of the fight, with Zander doing what it takes to survive after being ejected from an aeroplane and left in the Arctic and Zyph doing what it takes to find his brother, bring him home safely and tell the world the truth about what is actually going on with their kids.

K.D Emerson is an excellent writer, who brings both a fresh perspective and enticing characters to this great story. At first you feel like you're wading through the dark with the characters and as they learn more, you do as well and you're not going to like what you're seeing. The story is strong, the plot with enough twists and turns to make you feel dizzy and the ending will leave you chomping at the bit to get the next instalment. I join the other fans of this series as I await to read book two! Highly recommended!
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I won this in a game hosted by the author.

This was a great story, although there were few moments where I felt the story lost plausibility, but I think that was a personal thing.
This was partly due to the addition of Crazy Dude, I loved the character, but as a result of him I didn’t take the rest of the story as seriously as I should have done.
He felt unnecessarily silly to me. I can assume that there will be a reason for the little Dude, and I will feel terrible for pooh poohing him, but for now I’m unconvinced.
Otherwise the rest of the story was very creative and I love the hook ending- that was an ending that was cleverly dangled

3.5 stars but rounding up to four.
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