Disney After Dark

Disney After Dark

Disney After Dark In this fantastical thriller five young teens tapped as models for theme park guides find themselves pitted against Disney villains and witches that threaten both the future of Walt Disney World and

  • Title: Disney After Dark
  • Author: Ridley Pearson Tristan Elwell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this fantastical thriller, five young teens tapped as models for theme park guides find themselves pitted against Disney villains and witches that threaten both the future of Walt Disney World and the stability of the world outside its walls.Using a cutting edge technology called DHI which stands for both Disney Host Interactive and Daylight Hologram Imaging Finn WhitIn this fantastical thriller, five young teens tapped as models for theme park guides find themselves pitted against Disney villains and witches that threaten both the future of Walt Disney World and the stability of the world outside its walls.Using a cutting edge technology called DHI which stands for both Disney Host Interactive and Daylight Hologram Imaging Finn Whitman, an Orlando teen, and four other kids are transformed into hologram projections that guide guests through the park.The new technology turns out, however, to have unexpected effects that are both thrilling and scary Soon Finn finds himself transported in his DHI form into the Magic Kingdom at night Is it real Is he dreaming Finn s confusion only increases when he encounters Wayne, an elderly Imagineer who tells him that the park is in grave danger Led by the scheming witch Maleficent, a mysterious group of characters called the Overtakers is plotting to destroy Disney s beloved realm, and maybe .This gripping high tech tale will thrill every kid who has ever dreamed of sneaking into Walt Disney World after hours, and wondered what happens at night, when the park is closed.

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    Where do I begin to describe my disappointment?Living in Florida, I love Disney with a fierce passion. My best memories have been made there. I've seen this book every time I've gone in a store, and I figured it must be good.How wrong I was.Everything was so bad, but let's break it down into elements.Negative Elements:The characters -They were underdeveloped to say the least. You couldn't connect to anyone because the author simply didn't describe them. You didn't know what they liked, what they [...]

    SooI guess if we're gonna bump into each other tonight in our dreams, we might want to decide when we're all going to sleep. Everyone has a 9 p.m. bedtime, right? Wait, what? You get to stay up til 10? No fair!2.5 stars. While I was reading Disney After Dark, I kept comparing it in my head to a starter version of Ready Player One. Unfortunately, I kept wishing for this book to become as epic as RPO and it never quite got there. The strange thing is, I can't find anything wrong with DaD (hah). Ev [...]

    Reviewed by Me for TeensReadTooFive young teens living in Florida get the opportunity of a lifetime--they're each going to be turned into a DHI, or a Disney Host Interactive, to guide visitors throughout the park. The five teens--Finn, Charlene, Willa, Philby, and Maybeck--are a varied assortment of ethnicities, and all attend different schools. As Maybeck states, they're "the Orlando assortment pack." When Philby points out that DHI also stands for Daylight Hologram Imaging, the kids get a litt [...]

    Okay, when I learned about what it was about, I thought that it would be REALLY, REALLY good. I just thought the idea was clever (it's about Disney characters gone bad at night in the park). But then I read it, and I realized I just didn't like the characters, or the way it was writtenrry. But I do think it's a worthwhile read.

    Don't let it fool you The simplicity of this book should not eclipse its creative elements. For among that simple story structure is a quite clever premise easily discounted as childish.Written for young adults, it unashamedly panders to fans of Disney Parks, most specifically THE MAGIC KINGDOM. If that Disney fan has expanded their horizons into backstage stories and the nuts and bolts of running the theme park, this book will be a great guilty pleasure, even for adults.Author RIDLEY PEARSON we [...]

    I read this book a while back. My sister had read it before me and said she really liked it. So I thought I would give it a whirl. It was a little confusing at first because I didn't know what was going on, but It got a lot better!I like how they based it at Disney World. It made me remember when I went to Disney World the year before. All the rides, and the cool things that are there in real life and the book. The author really did a great job with it.I hope to be able to add it to my library s [...]

    The premise of the book sounded exciting enough. I mean, what doesn't sound fun about a book that takes place in the Magic Kingdom?However, this book had many confusing scenes (and starts off with one of the most confusing) and a ton of things that are never explained. Plus, the author seemed to like to throw in references to attractions or locations in the park (perhaps just to geek people out).Next, some very very weird stuff happens. It's easy enough to accept evil characters as being evil, b [...]

    Like others that I saw when I read the flap of this book I thought this was the coolest idea for a book. But like all good books it's how the idea is taken and written and then transformed. I don't know if its the author just isn't a good YA author that this is just not his style. Either way the writing is the worst, and I've read some pretty bad stuff. I hated that we had to mention the virtual magic kingdom, the characters were so one dimensional that I could see through them. And at times I t [...]

    4.5 StarsI thought the premise of this series is kinda genius: A bunch of kids face off against classic Disney Villians as they try to take control of Disney World. You read that right.And it is just as awesome as it sounds.The kids are part of a special program where they are recorded at a studio, and then representations of them are projected all over the park as holograms. But when the kids fall asleep, they can actually become those same holograms and interact with the park.There’s a bit o [...]

    Have you been to Disney World? Do you love the Magic Kingdom? As a huge Disney fan, this book was so fun to read! You meet Finn and 4 other Orlando teenagers who have been chosen to become DHI's, which are holographic images that are trained to be Magic Kingdom park guides. However, Finn and his friends start waking up in the middle of the night as their DHI's, in the Magic Kingdom park. They find out from Wayne, an old Imagineer (what Disney calls their engineers and inventors), that the park i [...]

    Yes I am an adult and yes I enjoyed this book. Looking at the not so stellar reviews of Disney After Dark, I agree with some of the comments - like the characters were under developed. True, but I believe that this didn't dampen my reading experience because I went in knowing that there are 4 other books to follow. I'm sure (or at least hoping) that there will be more character development to take place. The other oddity I found was Maleficent's ice powers - although, it didn't bother me as much [...]

    “There's a fine line between imagination and reality. An inventor dreams something up, and pretty soon, it's there on the table before him. A science-fiction writer envisions another world, and then some space probe finds it. If you believe in something strongly enough, I think you can make it happen.”

    The Kingdom Keepers-The Forgotten Harry PotterOverall Rating: Wow I didn’t expect it to be this good Looking for a new fantasy book to read? Have you worn out and memorized the lines out of Harry Potter books? Or are you looking for something is both kid friendly and  can be enjoyed by adults. Well in the bargain bin of a local Hasting I found this forgotten treasure that nobody seems to know anything about. It’s called  The Kingdom Keepers Also know as Kingdom Keepers: Disney After Dark [...]

    This was a fun book to read. Young teens and preteens will enjoy it. It is often difficult to find good, interesting books for young boys, but this is one. I imagine boys would get caught up in the characters of these boys (3 of the DHIs are boys) and project themselves into the book. Doing battle with pirates from Pirates of the Caribbean would be exciting. People who don’t care for It’s a Small World will like the battle that takes place after hours there. The fact that Kingdom Keepers is [...]

    READ THIS REVIEW & MORE REVIEWS ON MY SUPER AWESOME BOOK BLOG!Go Keepers! Go Keepers!This AWESOME book is the first in the Kingdom Keepers series. It takes place where Disneyworld is, Orlando, Florida!(A.k.a, Disney!) Compared to the other books in the series, I think that this one is second best(Fourth one is awesome-er or the one where Finn uses the sword).I liked that this book took place at Disney and that it was with kids twelve years old instead of seventeen. Adventure was good, also, [...]

    A fun thriller for Disney fans! A group of kids who are being used as the models for holographic hosts at Walt Disney World discover that they are the only ones who can stop the Disney villains from taking over. I liked the kids, and the action, and the inside look at the Magic Kingdom. Pearson clearly had an all access pass, and knew about all the service tunnels and every twist and turn of the rides. I'm curious to see where the kids go next. I did think that the whole, "We're kinda here but n [...]

    I've never been a huge fan of Disney, even when I was a little kid I thought a lot of it was hokey, but I'm really glad to see that Disney is able to break out of its cutesy shell in the form of a fantastic, mysterious book series more appropriate for young adults. :)

    Well, this was a bit disappointing. I first read this book when I was 12, so half my lifetime ago. I loved it, it was so amazing! I bought it at Walt Disney World, a place I've gone on holiday since I was 2. So to have a book actually set in the parks, about people my own age going into the parks at night and having adventures? That's just the best thing ever!So fast forward to now. I haven't read this series in years and have only read the first 3 (I think). I'm actually just so surprised at ho [...]

    I had originally not planned on reading this book. Had I not received this book for Christmas of I think 2011, I would have missed out on a good deal.I absolutely adore this book. I haven't read it a while, so I'm writing this review by memory.This is the beginning of a series, which grows darker and darker. (view spoiler)[ By the end of the book, lives are taken and the magic becomes more sinister and black.(hide spoiler)]I can't really think of anything bad about this book, other than how the [...]

    I loved it! It drew me in and captivated me, I loved the characters and the setting! I never once put it down, I love that this book gets right to the point instead of droning on and on It is defiantly a series I would recommend.

    I will admit the first time I seen this book was about two weeks ago during my mother's birthday vacation. For some reason, she wanted to go to Disney and trust me, I didn't complain. I *HEART* Disney and believe it to be one of the places I'd love to work at one of these days once I am done burning everything that is excess in my life to the ground. Some people don't believe me but hey, that's life and I live for the Lord.Anyways, I first saw this book in one of the stores in the Magic Kingdom [...]

    Disney after Dark is the story of 5 teens hired by Disney to become holograms that walk around the park as guides. However things aren’t as they seem when Finn wakes up in a dream or at least he thinks it’s a dream in Disney confronted by Wayne. Wayne explains it’s up to Finn to get the other four DHI to meet at the same time before he is willing to explain everything. The kids are local celebrities so it should be easy to figure out who they are but Finn is going to need help.With the hel [...]

    This book had great potential, but I didn't see that potential exploited. The whole idea of Disney characters coming to life, and of normal people being a part of the fantasy character world was great. I love the concept, and even the story was decent, but too many things were incongruent, too many things did not make sense.First of all, I could not stand how ignorant the main character seemed at times. A character would do something to arouse his suspicions and make him distrustful, but the nex [...]

    I've heard about this series in the past, and leading up to our trip to Walt Disney World last month inspired me to finally pick them up.I think the premise of these books is actually pretty interesting: A group of teenagers hired by Disney to be DHIs (Disney Host Interactives), life-like digital hologram versions of themselves who guide guests on tours through the Magic Kingdom, discover that things are not all a-okay at the World when they find themselves transferring to their digital counterp [...]

    This book does not deserve the paper it was written on. When middle school kids complain that they do not like to read, or that books are too hard to read, I wouldn't blame them if they were talking about this book. As a brief illustration of how stupid this book was, behold this magnificent passage: "Her hair was the color of laundry lint. Her eyelashes were so pale they were almost invisible, which left her eyelids looking like weird flesh-colored cups that blinked down over her eyes like a bi [...]

    I'd give this book 2 and a half stars if I could. I started out hating it, unable to understand why anyone would give this book more than one star, but as I read further into it I found myself oddly addicted. Mostly because of the plotline. The plot is so entertaining. Who wouldn’t want to read a story about kids wandering around Disney World late at night? Nothing wrong with that, it’s just that the story is poorly executed. It’s too bad that somebody like Rick Riordan couldn’t have wri [...]

    Part of me wants to really like this guy for writing a cool story and the other part of me wants to punch him in the kidneys for writing a book that I want to write. I'm dying to walk into Disneyland and say "Hi! I'm writing a book and need access to all the secret tunnels" and they say "Right this way, madam" - just like Jeeves and I'm in.Now I'm finished and man, this book was bad. Bad! It's such a shame -the idea of the characters in Disneyland coming alive after dark is something that speaks [...]

    I loved Disney after Dark! The whole idea of what happens at Disney after dark really was exciting and suspenseful. I think having the Audio-Animatronics move was a great feature as well as the all-powerful Maleficent roaming the park. Also the fact that the DHIs (Disney Host Interactive/Daylight Hologram Imaging) cross-over when they fall asleep and the only way they can get back in bed is to be near the red button when it is pushed. The whole secret Cast Member tunnel was cool as well as the a [...]

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