The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day

The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day

Christopher Edge,

The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day

Nosy Crow, 2018

ISBN 9781788000291

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Who Wrote It?

Christopher Edge is an award-winning children’s author whose books have been translated into more than twenty languages.

Christopher grew up in Manchester where he spent most of his childhood in the local library, dreaming up stories. After studying English at university, he worked in a record shop, mostly listening to Björk, before being led astray by the film Dead Poets Society into a short-lived career as an English teacher. After leaving teaching he worked in publishing in a job that allowed him to read lots of brilliant children’s books, and in 2007 went freelance as a publishing and education consultant, working with organisations such as Booktrust and Oxford University Press on resources to inspire children as readers and writers.

What's It About?

How do you know you really exist? It’s Maisie’s birthday and she can’t wait to open her presents. She’s hoping for the things she needs to build her own nuclear reactor. But she wakes to an empty house and outside the front door is nothing but a terrifying, all-consuming blackness. Trapped in an ever-shifting reality, Maisie knows that she will have to use the laws of the universe and the love of her family to survive. And even that might not be enough… A mind-bending mystery for anyone who’s ever asked questions. From the author of The Many Worlds of Albie Bright and The Jamie Drake Equation.

Fact File

Christopher has appeared at many literary festivals including the Hay Festival, Edinburgh International Book Festival, Emirates Festival of Literature, and Cheltenham Literature Festival and was also invited to give the keynote speech at the NATE (National Association for the Teaching of English) conference. He has also authored articles on reading and education for publications such as The Guardian and Teach Primary magazine.

When not writing, he also works as a freelance education consultant and publisher. Christopher has also written publications about encouraging children to read.

To find out more about Christopher, check out his website www.christopheredge.co.uk or follow him on Twitter @edgechristopher

Your Reviews

Isabelle from Carlton primary school:

I really enjoyed this book with all the description and action in the story!!! Although i didn't really understand the setting and some scenes! I loved how it was set in 1st person. I felt like i was properly in the house! I could definitely relate to the house layout! I hope you buy this book :) Have a good day!!!

Isabelle gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

nico from alwoodley primary school:

I thought it was an astoundingly clever yet complexed book. It was very clever how maisie is in parallel universes and at the end it all seems finished and it just confuses you even more. some of the vocabulary is challenging.

is very astoundin

nico gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Mia from Methley Primary School :

This book was AMAZING; it left me wondering after every chapter! It was filled to the brim with interesting facts about the universe. Christopher Edge ,who is the author of the book,has structured it very well as you can definitely tell why Maisie's lives were infinite. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes science and likes learning about the universe; I would rate this book a 5 out of 5 as it is unputdownable!

Mia gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Morgan from Summerfield primary school:

Amazing, although for some people the words are too significantly big for 9 to 11 year olds , although i am like Maisie i LOVE science so this was the perfect read for me. But i did find the switch of dimensions a little confusing but at the end it all came clear. I especially love the part were the front links to the end i think this was just the cherry on the cake.

Morgan gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Aisha from Thorpe Primary School:

The end was the best... literally

Aisha gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Nora from Kirkstall St Stephen's:

I thought it was really interesting and it got me really excited because everything happened so suddenly and unexpectedly.At first i was a bit confused about what was going on. My favourite character was probably Lily because at first you kind of get the wrong idea about her and then she turned out to be a really nice sister!

Nora gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Rachel from Whinmoor st pauls:

I liked this but I will say it did confuse me too much as it flipped from 2 stories I didn't quite get it at first but I did manage to understand it eventually. Now I am exited to read the next chapter or page in this book I hope you will write more books in future.

Rachel gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

Holly from Methley primary school:

This short, scientific book is certainly interesting to read as it uses a lot of high level vocabulary and each chapter is based on a different side of Maisie’s life. I would recommend this book for the scientific kind but even if you don’t enjoy science then I’m sure you will still really enjoy it. This book is great for learning about black holes, atoms, the Big Bang and even more mind-blowing facts!

Holly gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

elsie from shire oak primary:

very exciting-don't know what happens next-everything is a surprise-love maisie-didn't know there were people like maisie-gives a glimps of the future-sssssssssssssssoooooooooooooooo gripping!!!!!!!

elsie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

william from Robin Hood primary school:

This was the most recent book i read, i read it in a week, as it was in the competition,i really enjoyed the book so i am giving it a 5 out of 5. I would recommend reading this and enjoy if you do good luck :)

william gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Finlay from Holy Family catholic Primary school:

This book is about a girl called Maisie who has an older sister named Lily.She wakes up on her birthday and everyone disappeared and the world is closing in on her.

I liked Maisies characteristics because she loves science and so do I.The book gripped me and it nearly made me cry because of a certain event involving something very upsetting.I did not dislike anything about this book other than there been a lot of scientific language.

I would recommend this book to 8 year olds and above[year 3 and above]because there is a lot of scientific language.I would love to read the other books in the series.Over allI would give this book a 5\5 because of the amazing adventure.

Finlay gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Marykate from Holy Family catholic primary school:

This book is about a girl called Maise who has a older sister called Lilly who has a bad relationship with Maise.She wakes up on her birthday and the world is black.

I loved this book because Maise was very clever and I liked the relationship between Lilly and Maise also I know how Lilly and Maise feel because I have older and younger siblings.I didn’t like how many scientific words was in the book but I could picture the book in my mind. I would recommend it to 9-and upwards because of the scientific words but apart from that it was a very good book I would also recommend it to people who like science .

Marykate gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Emilia from Holy Family Catholic Primary school:

This is a book about a girl called Maisie who has a sister called Lily who she doesn't get on with.One day,she wakes up on her birthday and when she opens the door there is a never-ending black space.

I liked that Lily and Maisie got on later in the book.I disliked that this book was too sciencey for me and I'm not into science book. I was sad at a certain part in the book near the ending when something sad happened.

I would recommend this to people who like science books.I think this is a book for older and younger people.

Emilia gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Ruby from Alwoodley Primary School:

This book was outstanding!It had so much scientific vocabulary but was a very confusing book to understand,I liked the twist at the end and how it was so sudden.This is now one of my favourite books I have read simply because it was confusing and muddled but my genre of book! Over all it was fantastic and scientific! Also at begging it was so good to see that Maisie became so confident with herself!

Ruby gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

layla from St Benedict catholic primary :

This book was cool I personally thought it was weird how she was in two different worlds at once but it was quite interesting to see what she did in both worlds.

layla gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

riley from kipper greenfield primary school:

this book is really good it tells you how smart maisie is even though she is not in school the book just blows me away i would recommend this to anyone. keep up the good work;]

riley gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Hannah from Alwoodley Primary School:

Really confusing. It was really hard to understand. If you like science fiction, you would probably enjoy it more. It was like two stories told in one book. It just wasn't for me.

Hannah gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Victory from Alwoodley Primary School:

I absolutely love this book. I love how much it explains and how smart Maisie is. I also enjoyed how near the beginning and near the end she has changed and become more confident with herself. I recommend this book for people who love physics (science) and people who enjoy mystery and have patience to put up with the book.

Victory gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

megan from West End Primary School:

no offence but im just going to be honest this book was an absolute disappointment i didnt enjoy it at all but if you like sience fiction you might enjoy it i think its really confusing because two stories are sort of going on at the same time and it didnt grip me at all.

megan gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 1 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Ameera from Harehills Primary school:

I really enjoyed this book because it is very interesting and tremendous. I really recommend this book to everyone because it really got me into it . I understood this book and I think I know why you made this book. can you make a book like this please.

Ameera gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Teagan from Alwoodley Primary School:

I enjoyed the beginning and thought it was a very cleaver book but personally it was extremely difficult read

Teagan gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Rhian from Oulton Primary School:

It's about a 10 year old girl and what happens on her 10th birthday.I found it confusing because 2 parallel stories were going on. I found it hard to understand and I think older readers would enjoy it more it was hard to believe because Maisie was only 10 but studying for a degree. I enjoyed it when I knew what was going on I could picture the bit when Maisie went to the shops with her sister and would recommend this book to people who are interested in science and fantasy.

Rhian gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Jess from Calverley c of e:

I really liked this book because there was unexpected things that I didn't think would happen. This book was different to every other book I have ever read. I couldn't put the book down

Jess gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Joe from Collingham LEH:

I really admired The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day the chapters 1,3,5,7,9,11,13 and 15 were all jaw dropping chapters, you would never know if the darkness would chatch Maisie or if the universe is infinite like everyone believes. If I grow up to become an author I hope to publish a book as amazing as this one 100000 out of 100000!

Joe gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Daisy from Otley All Saints CE Primary School :

I thought this book was SUPER interesting!The idea of switching between two 'worlds' every chapter was quite confusing but it kept it flowing... But a bit of a downside to it was the science bits. As the main character loves maths/science some bits were quite confusing, he tries to explain them but it was still hard to picture it and understand. But uther than that i LOVED it! the unexpected twist was incredible! I never cry and i nearly did!

Daisy gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Simrit from Alwoodley Primary School:

This book was very interesting and I love how the ending had an unexpected twist. The only issue was that it was slightly confusing when the universes kept swapping.

Simrit gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Niamh from Westgate Primary School:

At start this book was quite confusing, but when you got into it,it was very good.

Niamh gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Ava from Barwick in Elmet:

I thought this book was great although I got a little confused at the start. Apart from that, it was great and left small clues throughout the story to eventually reveal the end. This book has all sorts of emotions which lead from confusion to guilt to relief. I would definitely recommend this book to science-fiction lovers but also people who like mystery and problems.

Ava gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Archie from Oulton Primary School:

I like that it switches beetween lives every chapter and leaves you on a cliffhanger to keep you intrested.

Archie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Dylan from Summerfield Primary School:

Tense, exciting and amazing. This really grabbed my attention. This was a rollercoaster of emotions. At the end there was a really sad part but that made me want to read more. I always wanted to turn the page. There was a lot of cliff hangers in this book which made it exciting. Hopefully there is a sequel

Dylan gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Riley from Kippax greenfield primary school:

The book is really good it is like your in the book i recomend this book to everyone

Riley gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Isobel from churwell primary school:

amazing, i can't get my head out of it

Isobel gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Payton from Churwell Primary School:

I enjoyed the amazing book "The Infinite Lives Of Maisie Day" By Christiphor Edge because Maisie has to find out what is real. I saw something in the back of the book and I didn't understand what they where however, when I read the whole book I understood what they meant. Just a tip: Don't skip the amazing chapters printed in these delicate pages. =)

Payton gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

Jacob from Churwell Primary:

This book was a roller coaster ride in disguise.What one thought to be a causal adventure book,then turned out to a huge mystery filled with science and suspense.Every word kept me gripped with thoughts of happiness and sadness at the same time as Maisie explores a mysterious realm.

Jacob gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Leila from SHIRE OAK PRIMARY SCHOOL:

This book was ok but started to get a bit boring after a while.

Leila gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

sarvagyaa from shire oak primary:

It was not my cup of tea, but it started making some sense at the end. Though it was not one of the best books i have ever read. I would refer this book to people who like science fiction.

sarvagyaa gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 1 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Hassan from Beeston Primary School:

This was the worst book I have ever read. It was very slow and not my type. I did not even know what genre it is. There was a bit too much scientific words and may have needed a glossary. The idea for the book was good but it lacked in action.

Hassan gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Joel from Beeston Primary School:

I thought this book was really slow.It was also very repetitive.It was my least favourite book out of the all the others I have read so far.I thought the idea was good although it lacked action.I couldn't even tell what genre it was.

Joel gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Falak from Meadowfield Primary School:

I recommend this book for anyone who is very scientific or is in love with science. I didn't understand what a lot of the words meant because I am not very interested in science. It confuses me by switching from one part of the story to another and I personally think it just goes on about the same thing a lot of the time. If I did understand everything it would probably be better but I rate this book as a three out of five.

Falak gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

abdul from Hunslet .St Mary C of E:

I liked this book and i would recommend it for family and science.I also liked the front book cover.I would also another book by Christopher Edge.

abdul gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

deacon from Hunslet S't Mary's CofE Primary School:

Maise Day was an excellent book .

I reccomend it to scienctist it

was very intresting and good

deacon gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Ibraheem from Hunslet S't Mary Church Of England Primary School:

At the beggening it was Masie's birthday she was so excited, she was so excited to open her present. Masie and her sister didn't get along with each other, eventually they started to get along with each other. I reccomend this is the second best book I have read so far.

Ibraheem gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

skye from Hunslet S't Mary's CofE Primary School:

Personally I did not really like this book.Although it was still a good book for others but for me was a bit boring. I think it was boring because it kept going back and forth in the chapters.Overall I would rate it for younger kids.

skye gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Erin from hunslet st mary's :

The Infinite Lives Of Maisie Day was not that exciting (my opinion). It was really creepy with the forever blackness which made it sort of fun.Otherwise it was really good, i would recommend this book to people who are age 11 and under.

Erin gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

lexi from hunslet st marys c of e primary:

I liked this book it was full of excitement,twists and turn and towards the end was like I bit of a plot twist.I personally really liked the character Maisie and her personality.

lexi gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Maya from Alwoodley Primary School:

Although it was a little confusing at first, I really enjoyed reading this book. I loved how it included scientific words. My favourite part is when Maisie and her sister start to love, trust and get along. I wold recommend this book to anyone who likes adventure and a little mystery.

Maya gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Mea from Summerfield Primary School:

I really enjoyed reading this book! I love how it has lots of scientific words. I thought it was a little confusing tho since one chapter is her normal daily life and then the next chapter(s) it's about Maisie being in a "reality". My favourite part is when Maisie and her big sister don't get along at first but later in the story the gradually begin to trust and love each other more and more again.

Mea gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

Sophia from Kirkstall St Stephens:

It was a good book I liked the unexpected part at the end it was a really cool twist

Sophia gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Megan from Methley Primary School:

This book was outstanding;it managed to grip me so I couldn’t put the book down.It was full of cliff hangers that urged me to keep on reading.The book is about a girl named Maisie and it is her 10th birthday.Her life keeps alternating between chapters:one of her lives is normal whereas her other life is where impossible things keep happening.We later discover why this happens further on in the book.From this book,I have learnt a few new things about the world.I would recommend this book to people who like science and can handle many things at once.I could really tell why the author gave this book its title-it was very clear in the texts.I definitely rate this book a 5/5!

Megan gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Hollie from Collingham Primary CLEH:

I give this book a 3 out of 5 because I liked the mystery of the book but I didn't really understand it because it was jumping from different storylines. I will not put this down as my favourite book.

Hollie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Evan from Calverley c of e primary :

I thought this book was a little bit boring at the beginning but I carried on reading and I thought it was quite good.i recommend this book to anyone who can persevere and anyone who likes books

Evan gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Harriet from Pool CE primary school:

this book was quite short but a truly EPIC book some chapters it left me in suspense as I was DYING to find out what was going to happen next I would recommend this book to anyone !!!-some nights i stayed up later than i was supposed to because i enjoyed it so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Harriet gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Florence from Pool C.E Primary School:

I really liked the book The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day IT WAS EPIC!!!!

I really wanted to finish it because it was SO good so I read it all day Sunday. If i were to recommend a book to someone I would recommend this A.M.A.Z.I.N.G Book of the infinite lives of Maisie day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Florence gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Ava from Carlton primary school:

This is a really good book and i really enjoyed reading this book and i think other people will love to read this book too.I loved how detailed the characters were and i dont even know where all of them good adjectives came from but i would recommend this book to people who love to read mystery books.I enjoyed this book i hope you do too.

Ava gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Ruth from Rothwell Victoria Junior School :

When I read the first few chapters of the book I could not stop reading it. It is the best book I have read yet in the book awards. I really enjoyed the it. I rate the infinite lives of Maisie day a 5/5. I really recommend the book to people who like mystery book.THE BEST BOOK EVER ...

Ruth gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Ben from Collingham Lady Elizabeth Hastings :

This story really confused me jumping between to different storylines I would give it a one but the story did fit together at the end

Ben gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Arisa from Harehills Primary School :

Although I loved this book,at some parts it was talking to much about science.I think that Christopher Edge is really talented and he should write a another story about Maisie.Also I found the book a bit confusing at times but on the it is quite a good book.Actually,one the most best book I have ever read.

Arisa gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Isabelle from Collingham Lady Elizabeth Hastings Primary School:

This book was gripping and fascinating and was a mysterious adventure. At first, it can be hard to understand but once you know more it all seems to make sense. It is an intriguing book and I have never read anything like it. I love the way that science and adventure entwine in this book and recommend it for anyone who wants to learn more.

Isabelle gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Tanisha from Alwoodley Primary School:

I liked this book however it was a bit difficult to understand because the setting changed frequently. It also had a great twist at the end which was heartwarming and I was able to feel what the main character was feeling throughout.

Tanisha gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Jack from AlwoodleyPrimarySchool:

Such a big story for such a small book. The infinite lives of Maisie Day is absolutely amazing. Perfect for any on how likes adventure

Jack gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Jessica from Robin Hood Primary School:

It was quite sad in parts but i really enjoyed reading it.

Jessica gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Millie from Methley Primary School:

I loved this book:it has a lot of scientific words and its a very enjoyable book.I recommend this book if you like a mystery and want to learn a bit about science.I loved the book and im sure you will too!

Millie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

Elizabeth from st Joseph's Wetherby catholic primary school:

The infinite lives of Maisie day was an interesting book. It had lots of twists and turns in switching stories and a kid genius. Masie is younger than me yet she has already done her A-levels and her GCSEs but is looking for a college to go to when she has just turned 9! But, it was really good and I enjoyed it. It's a 4/5 from me!

Elizabeth gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Josh from Calverley C of E:

I liked Infinite Lives of Maisie Day because of how interested Maisie was in science and she didn't care that she wa different.

Josh gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Lucy from St Josephs Catholic Primary School:

This is am amazing book full with cliff hangers that urge you to keep on reading. The book is about a girl called Maisie and it's her Birthday. There are 2 stories going on at once and they alternate between the chapters. One story is about what happens on her birthday and the other one is about an impossible universe which you discover what it really is later on in the book.

I think that this book is for someone who likes cliff hangers and is able to remember 2 story lines at once.

Lucy gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Gracie from Robin Hood Primary School:

It was an amazing book with amazing characters with amazing personality. It was a bit confusing at first because the chapters didn't flow on from eachother. The ending was sad but I loved it as well once of the best books.

Gracie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Kingsley from Co-op Academy Oakwood:

I loved how relatable Maisie was being a younger child with an older sister who argue sometimes but make up because at the end of the day you’re family and you love each other.

Kingsley gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Katie from Pudsey Primrose Hill:

This book is very slow to begin with and was hard to get into.Its funny at times.It was confusing at times(mainly because of the science talk) and didn't really get it but once you keep on reading it gets better and better.

Katie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Adam from Collingham:

it was very confusing at the start she was just living the same day over and over again and at the very start Maisie went down the stairs all happy and then her family wasnt there and then someone rang the doorbell she opened the door and nothing was there and then she lived the day again normaly and it was a bit like the book my mum told me about in the sense that someone lived the same day over and over again and she said she did not get that book so why should a nine year old

Adam gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Harry from Collingham LEH primary school:

It is ok. The book needs to be improved alot. I don`t like it because I don`t like science.

Harry gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Emily from Oulton Primary School:

The Infinte Lives Of Maisie Day is a book about a girl called Maisie. It is her birthday but when she wakes up she is in a black hole inside her house. This book isn’t very understanding so it makes it not very clear and I would recommend this book for 9/10 year old children.

Emily gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

emma from pool ce primary:

it was a good book but the science bits I could not understand

emma gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Skye from SHIRE OAK PRIMARY SCHOOL:

this book is ok but it is really confusing the way it is set out. one chapter it is one thing and the next chapter it is something else. i recommend this to people who don't get confused.

Skye gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Enzo from St Benedicts:

This book was very confusing until it got explained to me and the only good parts were in between chapters and when I got to the end and really why the transitions were happening.:|

Enzo gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

emily from pool ce primary school :

It was an a amazing book i could not stop reading it.The reason why i gave it 4 stars was because the start of it was very confusing because it was of course in two parts but at the start it took a while for me to actually realize that it was in two parts.

emily gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Macey from Farsley Farfield Primary School:

This book was really interesting and the plot was good. At the beginning it was a little confusing but still really great!

Macey gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Joseph from Beeston Primary :

I thought the book was quite slow to begin with but got better towards the end. I liked the way the author made suspense by changing between the two realities every chapter. Some of the scientific language is hard to understand and could've done with a glossary.I recommend this book to people who prefer things to do with science.

Joseph gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Enoch from Beeston Primary School:

i rated this book 5 stars,because it was really interesting and funny at some point.The end was also really good for me because it complemented the whole story

Enoch gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Imogen from Rothwell Victoria junior school:

MEH. I didn't really like it- the way it went to and fro from the real world to VR was too confusing.

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Imogen gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Leah from Pool CE Primary School:

The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day is quite confusing but still great in the speech, grammar and vocabulary area. I would recommend this book to someone aged 10 and over

Leah gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Lucy from Thorpe Primary School:

This book at the start seems not so exciting as I expected but the story builds up to the end and gets better. If you like unexpected endings this book will be for you.

Lucy gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

Holly from Oulton Primary School:

I found this book confusing at times, especially at the start. In the last few chapters things got more interesting as you find out why there are two alternate realities. This is quite a short book and I would recommend to anyone who is interested in science.

Holly gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Bethany from Robin Hood Primary School:

A great story with a heartwarming plot twist.

Bethany gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Jessica-Mae from Southroyd primary school :

I didn't really understand it very much because how it went from one to another in a chapter

Jessica-Mae gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 1 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Daniel from Collingham:

I loved this book because it was so detailed and I just couldn’t put the book down.

Daniel gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Lara from Alwoodley Primary School:

This was an amazing book, I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish.It was impossible to put down and I have even began to read The Jamie Drake Equation,which is very similar in the way it talks about the universe and science.A must read!

Lara gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Imogen from St Benedicts :

Personally I don't think this is the kind of book I would choose to read but I think this is perfect for people ,who enjoy science fiction stories.

I have given this book a 3 out of 5 because I found it hard to understand the story line in some chapters. Despite being quite confusing in parts it had a good story line. I did quite enjoy the twist in the last couple of chapters though .

I think I would have enjoyed it a lot more if the transitions between the dark world and Masie's normal life had were easier to understand.

I would recommend this book for children 10+

Imogen gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

eliza from Calverley Parkside primary school:

BRILLIANT . Great book still quite faint hearted yet cleverly structured and interesting base.

eliza gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Aizah from Alwoodley Primary School:

The infinite lives of Maisie day is very confusing but I enjoyed it.The reason why I rated it a 4 is because it changes the scene to many times. Maisie is a bit of a science geek.If you love science it is a book you will like.

Aizah gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Rose from Alwoodley Primary School:

Wow!Amazing!I love it!My heart started racing as I got to the middle of the book. I did not now What was going to happen ,but when I did it was mind blowing... I NEED MORE!

Rose gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Freya from St Joseph's Primary Wetherby:

I LOVED THIS BOOK.

It was a book that put me on the edge and I could read all day every day.

This author has amazing skills.

Freya gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Rosa from Collingham LEH Primary School:

To be honest, it wasn’t a genre that I would normally read. At first I didn’t get it much BUT I really liked it at the end as it all just clicked into place. I found it confusing whilst reading it and I would recommend it to 11+.

Rosa gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Shams from Allerton C of E Primary:

This book was a good book for me because I love science. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes science.

Shams gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Isaac from Allerton C of E Primary:

I thought this book was boring and uneventful, i only gave it a two because of the twist at the however it was not that good. Overall i did not enjoy reading this book.

Isaac gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Florence from Southroyd Primary and Nursery School:

I recommend this book if you like puzzling books that get your brain working.I didn't understand what was happening in it until the last chapter but it was a good book.

Florence gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Evie from Calverley Parkside Primary School:

I loved this book. It is quite emotional though.

It is a good book and the author found a very clever way to add science into it.

If the author is reading this I want to say well done. XxXxXxXx

Evie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

eliza from calverley parkside primary:

confusing to faint hearted but ok overall

eliza gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Paul from Lawns Park Primary:

This book was gripping. Once I had started it, I couldn't put it down

Paul gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Olivia from Southroyd :

This Books is very good and i reccomend it

Olivia gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Grace from Pool CE Primary school:

This novel was extremely adventurous and included heaps of mystery.It was impossible to put down and I loved every single page of it.I rated it 5 stars because it was absolutely amazing and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Grace gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Emily from pool CE primary :

I rated this book five stars because it was a very good mystery and you never new what was going to happen next.It was a very adventurous and exciting.

Emily gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Alannah from Robin Hood Primary :

This book was amazing!!!!!It has lots of things about space and the universe which is a subject that I'm very interested in. There were a few words I didn't understand but the book explained what they meant so I understood it a bit more. I like that one chapter was kind of in a dream and then the next was reality. I wanted to read this book first but it ended up last!

Alannah gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Adam from Robin Hood Primary School:

"The Infinite Lives Of Maisie Day" was very heartfelt. Receiving twists and turns like Maisie did is not easy and I think every decision that was made by Maisie was smart and logical. Even though the story seems a little confusing at the start, everything becomes clear at the end. A fantastic read which I thoroughly enjoyed from start to finish.

Adam gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Olivia from Robin Hood Primary School:

It was the best book I have ever read .It was amazing .It's a 5 out of 5 from me.

Olivia gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Max from Oulton Primary School:

This book confused me at the start but then I grew into it near the end. I thought it was a really exciting book to read and I always wanted to know what was going to happen next. Overall I thought it was a good book!

I would recommend this book to 10-13 yr olds

Max gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

Tilly from Chapel Allerton Primary School:

This book is absolutely brilliant and everybody will love it. It is confusing at first but makes sense at the end. Can't put down.

Tilly gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Edie from st Benedicts :

This book was a bit confusing at first as one chapter Masie is in a different universe and the next she is at home on her birthday . I couldn't put this book down I was the edge of my seat wondering what is going to happen next . I recommend to anyone who like mystery books .

Edie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Aoife from Calverley c of e primary school:

This book is about a girl called Maisie who is turning 10. The story alternates between two different times. It is fast paced and easy to read. I would recommend this book to people who like something a bit different.

Aoife gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Daniel raei from Calverley c of e primary school :

I really didn't like the book because I don't like science and it was very repetitive.

Daniel raei gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 1 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Holly from Robin Hood Primary School:

I enjoyed the story but sometimes got a bit lost as each chapter jumped from one part of the story to the next so found it hard to follow at times.

Holly gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Emil from Thorpe Primary School:

Science mixed with adventure and computers. Brilliant book with a really deep ending if you think about it too closely. Academically gifted doesn’t give you everything!

Emil gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

Billy from Pudsey Primrose Hill Primary School :

It took me a while to get into this book however around page 100 , I began enjoying it because that's when the title really makes sense. The end of the book is somewhat sad and . This story is full of surprises and good vocabulary.

Billy gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Alfred from Calverly Parkside primary school:

Way to emotional for my taste not for the faint hearted

Alfred gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Rosamund from Cleverly Parkside primary school:

I LOVE this book because it is full of fun and ?!Even though it is sad and heartbraking.I think this is a great book even if it is sad at times.Also I think Christopher Edge is a WONDERFUL ather!!!

Rosamund gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Evelyn from Thorpe Primary School:

I found this book wasn’t really going anywhere in the beginning but once it got going it was really strange! But it was also sad, passionate and it made me feel so many emotions. I must say that there was a beautiful ending to a beautiful book!

Evelyn gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

Violet from Shire Oak CE primary School:

I don't like this book because it was boring and not my stile because of the birthday at the start

Violet gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Sophie from Shire Oak Primary School:

This book was not fore me because I don't like how the birthday was I think you should get this book if you like how she went to places.

Sophie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Shanya from Shire Oak CE primary School:

I love this book and it was amazing. My favourite part was when it was Maisie's birthday and my favourite character is Lilly.

Shanya gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Fatima from Co-op Academy Oak-wood:

The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day was a sad book it made me cry for about a day and I don't think I've read any other book like this in my life.

I recommend this to ages 9-13.

This is a great book.

Fatima gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

seren from Shire Oak Primary School:

Rater confusing until the end

seren gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Charlie from Beeston Primary School:

I started reading this book and found it very confusing and it seemed to drag on a lot and the blurb made no sense and had no relation to the story and what happens. I would not recommend this so I rate it 2 out of 5

Charlie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Lyla from Beeston Primary School:

Although it did get more interesting towards the end, it wasn't the most exciting to read in my opinion. Overall, the book wasn't very enjoyable to read and I wouldn't recommend it.

Lyla gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 1 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Abby from Grange Farm Primary:

This book is very good if you like Science Fiction books but if you don't it might be hard to read if you don't understand Science.I also liked the binary at the back because it was fun to figure out.Over all this is a good book.

Abby gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Nikola from Grange Farm Primary School:

I really enjoyed this book because it kept on building suspense.I also enjoyed this book because i learnt some new facts.The best thing about it was the binary code.

Nikola gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Jess from Grange Farm Primary School:

I liked the book because I learnt new things from it. But the ending was disappointing. I think I would've liked the ending to be more interesting and to explain more.

Jess gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Paige from Grange Farm Primary School :

It was very good. It taught me a lot about science. However,the ending was disappointing because it didnt end like I wanted.

Paige gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Chloe from Grange farm primary:

This book was amazing.I would recommend this book to children who enjoy science.It always left me with so many questions. However, the ending was to surreal.I enjoyed all the facts and the binary code at the end because it was fun to solve.

Chloe gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Marwa from Harehills Primary:

This book is amazing I love it. I would recommend this book to anybody who likes science. It is one of the best books I have read

Marwa gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Malayeka from Harehills Primary School:

This book is amazing because i have never read anything like this in the past.I would recommend this to anyone who likes science and adventure books.

Malayeka gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

Georgia from Westgate Primary School:

I found that this book was quite confusing but you can figure it out at the end. It is amazingly written and I would love to read another book by the author. It is about a girl who has just turned ten. if I told you any more it would spoil the book but I would definitely read it again even though it was quite confusing.

Georgia gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Alex from Robin Hood Primary School,Wakefield:

This book is very mysterious and a bit scary, if i must admit. I'm not going to spoil it, but it is AMAZING!!! I also like the way Chris has made the page edges black and the cover black and red. I think it goes really well with the style of the text, it being a adventure story. A great read.

Alex gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Leon from Southroyd:

This book is very mysterious and I really liked it

Leon gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Summer from Manston Primary School:

This book was so good, when I started it I just couldn't put it down. It kept me on the edge of my seat all the way through. At first I thought it was going to be boring, but it was actually really good. I rate this 5 out of 5.

Summer gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Oliver from Manston Primary School:

This book was amazing, very interesting and it had alot of unusual twists. I really liked the book because it was very intense in certain parts like when an infinite darkness was surrounding Maisie, definitely a book what many people should read as it is fantastic. Many great parts in the book make you want to read on and the book has some jaw-dropping moments.

Oliver gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

kasseykylie from Manston Primary school:

I think the book was exciting and it kept me wanting to read on

kasseykylie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Soha from Calverley ce primary school:

I liked this book because of how the mysteries reveal one by one and how every bit of it is exciting

Soha gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

Salma from Robin Hood Primary School:

After a couple of months , I found that this book had somehow glued itself onto my hand - it's brainy , beautiful and there are big laughs inside.

Salma gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Lily from Southroyd Primary :

I struggled to understand the start of the book was about and it didn’t interest me because I thought it was repetitive.

Lily gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Mea from Thorpe primary school:

I think it was a bit confusing at the begging but when I got to the end it explained everything. Overall it is amazing!

Mea gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Stevie from Greenhill Primary School:

I couldn't put this book down from the start, none of this was boring and I couldn't describe how much I enjoyed this fantastic book!

Stevie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Myla from Robin Hood Primary School:

When I first started to read this book my first thought was “Oh no this book is going to be really boring.” But now that I have finished the book I think “Wow! This book is amazing.” It’s harshly beautiful and impossible to put down.

Myla gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Holly from Barwick in Elmet Church of England Primary School:

This book is one of the favourite books I have ever read! The book is so mysterious! When I read the chapters I wanted to know what happened next, but first I had to read the next chapter to get on to it; but once I had read that chapter I wanted to get to the next bit o it again! so I couldn't put the book down! I have read all of Christopher Edge's books and I enjoyed them all, the science in them and the mystery in it! 5 STARS FROM ME!!!

Holly gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Lucas from Rothwell Victoria Junior School:

I thought that this book was amazing! At first I was a bit confused, then I released what Christopher was doing when I was reading the third or fourth chapter. There was alot of high vocabulary in it that would definately pull you in if you knew what they meant. Incredible!! 5 out of 5!

Lucas gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

Lillie from Pudsey Primrose Hill Primary School:

I enjoyed this book and thought the story line was phenomenal along with the book. Christopher Edge is a wonderful author who has written an amazing book. The infinite lives of Masie Day is a very good book,although the beginning isn't the greatest once I kept reading I found the book became better. My favourite part is when the story switches between two concepts however at the end the book made complete sense. I would recommend this book to many children who enjoy reading books like this one .To sum up this book review I would rate this book a 10 out of 10, well done Christopher Edge for writing an amazing book.

Lillie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

paige from sacred heart catholic primary school,leeds:

it is defentily a interesting book but sometimes i would get confused when it went to virtual life to real life.its an amzaing book though and has a very good well thought back ground

paige gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Maddison from Robin Hood Primary School :

It was a really good book with some amazing features but it was a bit confusing at times.

Maddison gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Izzy from Calverely c of e primary school:

I loved this book because you never new what was going to happen next.i thought it was a bit dull at the start but if you carry on reading it then it gets really interesting

Izzy gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Ava from Calverley c of e:

I thought it was kind of boring at the beginning but at the end it got really good and it was so intense. Overall I loved this book though.

Ava gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy.

Evie from Robin Hood Primary School:

I really enjoyed the book but it was slightly confusing in places.

Evie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Elysia from Robin Hood Primary School:

This book is really good as I always wanted to read on because of it's great suspense and reality. I have also read one of his other books and they are all linked and so different in other ways too.

Elysia gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Hannah from Raynville Primary School:

This book has a slow beginning but it was worth sticking with it because it gets better.It sometimes confused me but it was worth the wait.

Hannah gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Eden from Southroyd Primary School:

I give this book a 5 because it has a hint of mystery but has a great plot. Is a bit confusing

Eden gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Elspeth from Westgate Primary School:

I really liked this book. Despite the fact that it was quite confusing, I loved the science in this book. I would definitely recommend it and it’s in my top 75 books. I like Christopher Edge’s style and would like to the read other books he has written.

Elspeth gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

mohibullah from coop academy oakwood:

i gave this book a 5 because it's got a big twist and it has a hint of mystery as well as a little bit of sadness

mohibullah gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Sehansa from Allerton c of e primary:

The infinite lives of Masie day is a really good book because it got me into the story and good to read.

Sehansa gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Nina from Farsley Farfield Primary School:

I liked this book but some parts were really confusing and it took me a while to realise what was going on. Maisie Day was a good character but I didn't feel like I knew her at the end of the book. I would recommend this book to people who like computers and find it easy to grasp things.

Nina gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

Isla from Southroyd:

I liked this book however in the story I sometimes found the plot of the story confusing. I also enjoyed this book because I felt like I was in the story and I was one of the characters.

Isla gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Mehrin from Coop Academy Oakwood:

This book was an intriguing story and it was extremely flustering and I had wished it made more sense

Mehrin gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Rubidzai from Southroyd primary school:

I liked the book because it felt like I was in the story acting as maise in the book so that's why it was the best book i've ever read. I also liked it because it was a none picture book and I visualised it as a picture in my head and i want to read more of your amazing stories ever since I read 'The infinite lives of Maise Day. I think its my second favourate book so far now.

Rubidzai gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell.

Daisy from Raynville Primary School:

It is an out-of-this-world story about a 10 year old girl called Maisie who ends up running for her life! This book was fantastic!

Daisy gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Carmen from Westgate Primary School:

I thought that this book was really good because of all the detail, however it was quite confusing at the beginning and I think the ending could have been a bit better but other than that it was great.

Carmen gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson.

Lizzie from Westgate Primary School:

I thought this book was funny and interesting.I like how it gave you snippets of two different worlds to make you wonder how they fit together.It makes you think which one is real.In conclusion, I would read it again a million times! If there was another book, I would read it.

Lizzie gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.

Alice from Calverley c of e primary school:

I loved the book for the plot was very intriguing and if I owned the book I would read it over and over again!

Alice gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Children of Castle Rock by Natasha Farrant.

Ruby from Calverley C of E primary school:

I liked the book because the plot was interesting and it was very intriguing I found myself wanting there to be a sequel.

Ruby gave The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dragon Daughter by Liz Flanagan.