This book is so awesome! It is about Jackson Opus using his hypnotic powers to save 96 year old Avery Quackenbush from dying but while hypnotizing got so deep into Avery's mind he goes through all the struggles Avery had, such as Oscar , his brother, dying. He gets so deep, Jackson thinks he had a brother named Liam. In this book, he loses his mentor Axel Braintree when Elias Mako tried to kill Jackson.
The Hypnotists Book 2: Memory Maze
By Gordon Korman
|Interest Level||Reading Level||Reading A-Z||ATOS||Word Count|
|Grades 4 - 8||Grade 6||n/a||5.8||52729|
Jax Opus knows he's not like other kids. And it isn't his skill on the basketball court or his test scores that set him apart. No, Jax is different because he can hypnotize people. In fact, he might be the best hypnotist the world has seen in a very long time.
You would think Jax would be happy about this. But really? It's ruining his life. He and his family are hiding from a master hypnotist who wants Jax out of the picture . . . forever. And the FBI is also starting to ask questions about Jax and his abilities.
Jax thinks life might be getting a little better when a very rich, very powerful man asks him to help out with something. The reward will be great. And the price -- well, the price is that Jax starts taking on the man's memories. And some of them are pretty deadly.
#1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Gordon Korman keeps the thrills coming and the adventure nonstop as the past and the present collide to build a memory maze that Jax Opus may never escape. . .
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Memory Maze by Gordon Korman was one of my favorite books that I've read. I liked all the plot twists and the action that kept on going the whole time. On the other hand, the one thing I didn't really like about it is the cliff hanger ending. Since there's no more books of that small series yet it disappointed me.
This waas so sad