300 Minutes of Danger

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  • 300 Minutes of Danger
  • Jack Heath
  • English
  • 06 February 2019
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About the Author: Jack Heath

300 Minutes of Danger Kindle Ý 300 Minutes Epub / minutes download, danger book, 300 Minutes book, 300 Minutes of Danger300 Minutes of Danger PDFAs of February , Jack Heath is the fourth bestselling fiction author in Australia His twenty action packed novels have been translated into several languages and optioned for film and televisionJack fell in love with reading in primary school, when an ear infection left him unable to do much else In high school he was frustrated by the slow pace and lack of excitement in most teenage fiction, so he started writing his own novel It was picked out of a slush pile and published while he was still a 300 Minutes Epub / teenager, and it soon became an international successIn the course of his research, Jack has toured morgues and prisons, performed as a street magician and travelled through eleven countries, including Russia His enthusiastic presentations at schools and festivals have gotten thousands of kids hooked on reading His previous day jobs in which he met many interesting characters include fry cook, music teacher, TV salesman, call centre worker and bookseller He plays several musical instruments, and lives on the land of the Ngunnawal people in Gunghalin, AustraliaHe was the voice of bears, seals and foxes in the popular mobile game Rodeo Stampede, and he very occasionally writes opinion pieces for LoadScreenHe s a proud member of the ACT Writers Centre, the Children s Book Council of Australia and the Australian Crime Writer s Association, and an ambassador for the ACT Chief Minister s Reading Challenge He is represented by Curtis Brown Australia, and does speaking engagements through Booked OutTo stay up to date and get free ebooks, subscribe to Jack s newsletter at jackheath.


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  1. ☘Misericordia☘ ~ The Serendipity Aegis ~ ⚡ϟ⚡ϟ⚡⛈ ✺❂❤❣ says:

    A walk on the crazy side of the fun and of exploration and of the mother of all fast thinking people Of course, I won t start picking on the science part, it would be too tedious to be listing all the things that are wrong here And of course, all the stuff highly improbable and unbelievable Nevertheless, it all had a certain charm and was a fun and furious read.Q On commercial flights, pilots usually made boring speeches about weather patterns and arrival times Now George understood why B A walk on the crazy side of the fun and of exploration and of the mother of all fast thinking people Of course, I won t start picking on the science part, it would be too tedious to be listing all the things that are wrong here And of course, all the stuff highly improbable and unbelievable Nevertheless, it all had a certain charm and was a fun and furious read.Q On commercial flights, pilots usually made boring speeches about weather patterns and arrival times Now George understood why Blasting along 5,000 metres above the ground at 300 kilometres per hour, it was hard to feel safe with a pilot who had a personality Passengers wanted to believe the person in charge was essentially a robot No sense of humour, no new ideas, no mistakes c Q His confidence made George worryrather than less c Q Believe me, the pilot said, conversely making George believe him less, it will be worth the cancellation fee c Q Even for an extreme sport enthusiast, this was too much c Q George s physics may not have been good, but he was top of his class in French Paracete chute meant protect from falling c Q I don t know how to use a parachute George cried It s easy Just pull the ripcord ten seconds after you jump c Q He pulled the chute onto his back.One of the shoulder straps snapped And were those tooth marks Q After trying five different channels with no response, he guessed the radio must be broken No rudder, no radio, no parachute did anything in this stupid plane work c Q But he had to try There was nothing else he could do He was a prisoner of his earlier choices c Q He hauled himself up as fast as he dared He kept his eyes on the grey sky as though that would make him weightless For each metre he climbed he lost thirty or forty centimetres Knowing his luck, the cliff would begin to crumble any second now c Q He used his shadow to work out which way west was, then he put his board under his arm and started sloshing through the snow towards the top of the next peak.His adventure was only just beginning c Q Currents Wavelengths Life forms How had Otto gotten himself into this c Q But it was designed to withstand up to 114 MPa At the bottom of this trench you should only be exposed to 110 MPa That didn t sound like much of a safety margin to Otto But what if it does implode he pressed.Mum and the engineer looked at one another It won t, Mum said Her answer told Ottothan he wanted to know For a moment he wished he had a normal mother c Q You re probably fine Probably You re fine c Q But the thing still didn t open its jaws and spit out the sub It was time fordrastic measures c Q Hey he shouted, waving Is this enough weird life forms for you She stared at the gigantic floating corpse, swarming with never before seen parasites from the mysterious depths of the ocean A wild grin spread across her face c Q As she fell, a propeller shot past, missing her by centimetres c Q She took in the sun, the clouds, the trees, the water, and sucked in another deep breath.That, she thought, is the smell of the Siberian wilderness c Q In books and movies the heroes always acted immediately They didn t stop to worry about consequences they just ran into the burning building or jumped overboard to save the drowning swimmer or whatever.But Kim was a thinker He often worried that someday he would get the chance to be a hero, and he would hesitate too long What if this was his chance right now c Q What would a superhero do he asked himself again c Q Her parents had fallen in love with the apartment because every room had a window, all facing north It seemed ridiculous that this very feature might kill her Q Maybe it was the carbon dioxide getting to her brain, but it seemed like she could survive this If she was brave, and just a little crazy c Q This is insane, she thought I can t do this.But she knew she didn t have a choice This wasn t a nightmare she could hide from in her parents bed This was real life Do or die c Q Not only had she lost her wallet and her phone, she had lost her status as a law abiding citizen c Q Bloodstone Do not test my resolve After you saw my men come out of the bank, I ordered them to leave you on the train tracks I ordered the train conductor to ram the car I don t know how you survived, but you won t be so lucky twice It sounded like this Kim was having a very bad day c Q He wasn t going to die just because some jerk couldn t tell one kid from another c Q Wrong I m a great asronaut c

  2. Nicola says:

    Gripping adventures, great writing Highly recommended for big kids and adults.Heath s book features ten ordinary kids in ten extraordinary situations There is no time to wait for rescue these kids have to use all their courage, strength and intelligence to save their own lives, and the lives of the people around them.Parent s guide A mix of races and backgrounds, both boy and girl characters No swearing, no sex, no drugs Some violence situational eg vehicle accidents, or committed by bad Gripping adventures, great writing Highly recommended for big kids and adults.Heath s book features ten ordinary kids in ten extraordinary situations There is no time to wait for rescue these kids have to use all their courage, strength and intelligence to save their own lives, and the lives of the people around them.Parent s guide A mix of races and backgrounds, both boy and girl characters No swearing, no sex, no drugs Some violence situational eg vehicle accidents, or committed by bad guys eg being tied up Lots of scary stuff, eg characters bring nearly crushed, nearly burned, nearly blown up, nearly crashed etc The kids deal with big ethical dilemmas in age appropriate ways eg can you hurt someone if they are endangering you Is an adult s lifeimportant than a kid s Adults parents, emergency services are right there to help out and return the kids to safety, buy without diminishing their efforts

  3. Melissa Riley says:

    Fantastic middle grade read 10 stories, averaging about 17 pages each so great recommendation for a reluctant reader who loves action and adventure So well written, Jack Heath is a master of his craft I sometimes have trouble with middle grade books, I don t always relate and it can take me a while to get through the book but it was not the case with 300 Minutes of Danger I absolutely ZOOMED through these stories I also enjoyed that the stories intertwined but also stood alone The producti Fantastic middle grade read 10 stories, averaging about 17 pages each so great recommendation for a reluctant reader who loves action and adventure So well written, Jack Heath is a master of his craft I sometimes have trouble with middle grade books, I don t always relate and it can take me a while to get through the book but it was not the case with 300 Minutes of Danger I absolutely ZOOMED through these stories I also enjoyed that the stories intertwined but also stood alone The production of the book was fantastic as well with handly little time reminders on the sides of the pages

  4. Jem says:

    This is actually quite a good book

  5. Elizabeth says:

    This book had bad English, but the stories were good.

  6. Gary Vassallo says:

    What an awesome read Every story was action packed Each one grabbed me straight away and wouldn t let me go until I d finished it Highly recommended for young readers I think this would be a great book to give to a reluctant reader Also I feel this would be a fantastic book for aspiring young authors Highly recommended

  7. Lynda says:

    This makes great reading for young people, including boys, who aren t used to sustained reading but want to read something worthwhile Each chapter is a thrilling 30 minute episode in the life of a young person who must survive insurmountable odds The writing is crisp and clear and you could even set a challenge of trying to read each chapter in 30 minutes, real time 10 dangerous situations 10 brave kids 30 minutes to escape Great reading, which may spur reluctant readers onto other actio This makes great reading for young people, including boys, who aren t used to sustained reading but want to read something worthwhile Each chapter is a thrilling 30 minute episode in the life of a young person who must survive insurmountable odds The writing is crisp and clear and you could even set a challenge of trying to read each chapter in 30 minutes, real time 10 dangerous situations 10 brave kids 30 minutes to escape Great reading, which may spur reluctant readers onto other action packed reading like Conspiracy 365 Lord Big Game Smith Inside the Cage Whyman Stormbreaker Horowitz Cherub series Mucha Alfred Kropp Yancey and Percy Jackson Riordan

  8. Georgia says:

    Was good, i liked the way he merged a couple of different points of views in different stories My favorite would have to be last story Not going to spoil P

  9. Denise says:

    While not being my usual fare, I zipped thorough this in no time 2 train journeys in and out from work, and half an hour with a coffee on Friday afternoon I think the format is interesting 10 stories that are supposedly unrelated that meant to be read in 30 minutes each with a count down clock at intervals on each page Hence the title Maybe a little junior for our boys, however Jack Heath is popular here made a big hit with the boys when he visited in 2012

  10. Shannon says:

    Admittedly I think I m way too old to really enjoy this book To me the situations seemed far fetched but I guess I can understand why kids would go nuts for it The situations were very exciting and could very well make you hold your breathe as you wait to see what happens My favourite part though That some of the stories linked and weaved throughout each other and that it was all set in the same world infected by the deadly Flyrus It really does seem to be a winner for say 8 9year olds.