Reviewed by Skylor P (age 9)
In the beginning of Everest, Book One: The Contest, there was a competition. The objective of this contest was to buy beverages that had letters that spelled out Everest. Only the winners got to go to a special camp that trained them to climb Mt. Everest. This is where I met my favorite character, Tilt. I liked Tilt's attitude; he acted like a serious kind of guy. I liked him because he related to the serious part of me.
In Everest, Book Two: The Climb, my favorite part happened to another character named Perry Noonan. In this book Perry fell off a part of Everest. It was my favorite part because I think the writer gave a good picture for my mind. I think the writer described Perry's fall very well. I could see Perry falling, scrambling to grab an edge.
In Everest, Book Three: The Summit, the temperature was 17 below zero. It was made bone cracking by a wind that at sea level would have been considered a Category Two hurricane. "We can't climb in this weather!" exclaimed Perry Noonan, yelling so he could be heard over the howling wind. I could hear the wind screaming in my ears. I felt a chill go down my spine as the author described the wind blowing through the characters clothes.
These three books are really good. I would recommend them to people who would like to read three good action books.