The Void of Mist and Thunder

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Shadow Mountain, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 418 pages
17 Reviews
Atticus Higginbottom is trapped in the Nonex with his mortal enemy Mistress Jane and the corrupt and powerful Mr. Chu. No one has ever escaped the Nonex before, but for Tick, Jane, or Mr. Chu to have any hope of surviving the dangerous and deadly realm, they will have to work together for the first time in their lives.
And they must escape. An all-consuming void has opened up and is unleashing monsters throughout the Realities. All of reality is unraveling at the seams and Tick's friends and fellow Realitants are facing an epic war that could spell the end of all they hold dear.
Master George has one last weapon at his disposal: the mysterious and unpredictable Karma button. And depending on the character of the person who wields it will determine if its unlimited power is used for good or for evil.

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good ending like it quite a bit - Goodreads
... the ending was so good, and different. - Goodreads
Great ending, second favorite series of all time. - Goodreads

Review: The Void of Mist and Thunder (The 13th Reality #4)

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Bittersweet ending Read full review

Review: The Void of Mist and Thunder (The 13th Reality #4)

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I was scared about the ending since I really wasn't wild about the ending of Dashner's Maze Runner series, but, man, this ending was perfect. Read this series. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

James Dashner is a "New York Times" bestselling author. He was born and raised in a small town in Georgia, surrounded by a creepy forest that provided many ideas for stories later on in life. He lives in the snow-swept mountains in the West with his wife and four children.

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