Synopses & Reviews
The spider queen and the king of the skeletons were both destroyed, but not before hinting to Gameknight999 that the command blocks they guarded were not the only traps Herobrine had set before he was deleted. . .
The inhabitants of the Overworld barely had any time to celebrate their victory when the fires started occurring, devouring more land with every tick of the CPU. The User-that-is-not-a-user knew something was terribly wrong. . .and who was responsible.
With the fires growing both in size and frequency, entire villages were reduced to piles of smoldering ashes, then entire biomes. But unlike before, this time there were no mocking signs or arrogant clues for Gameknight to follow, other than a single blaze rod found in the rubble. But if this was the work of monsters from the Nether, where was the portal? And how could Herobrine be controlling fire from beyond the digital grave? The answer lies in a dark land filled with countless rivers of lava, and hundred of monsters lying in wait for them. . .
About the Author
is a former high school physics and math teacher, and the father of a Minecraft fanatic. He is the creator of the Gameknight999 series, action-adventure books set in the world of Minecraft conceived as a way to teach children the dangers of online bullying.