Publisher Description

GENRE: Children’s Adventure

(An Unofficial Minecraft Book for Kids Ages 9 - 12 (Preteen)

Herobrine, the feared mythical creature, known for trolling and griefing innocent players, pulling pranks on them and destroying their constructions while they are asleep, has been a part of Minecraft since early stages of the game. This is what Herobrine likes to do, right?
Wrong! Despite the popular belief that Herobrine is a single creature whose only desire is to cause harm and chaos, there are several Herobrines living in each server, and instead of destroying and trolling, their only objective is to do the exact opposite: to help and protect humans.
Our main character is a player called Angie. Angie is one of the few humans who were chosen among the best players to become Herobrine, the famous entity who possesses magical powers.
Angie now belongs to an organization called the Herobrine Agency, which is spread across the server in five different branches: the Central, where the Master Herobrine Vince lives; the North, East, West and the South agency, where Angie lives and works with his fellow Herobrine friends, led by the leader Carley.
Together with his other colleagues, Angie and the other Herobrines do their best to protect the humans living in the cities from any harm. But recently, a mysterious glitch has appeared in all regions, and the Herobrine Agency is doing its best to get rid of the unknown threat.
Join Angie in Agent Herobrine – Book 1 and read more about his stories in the Herobrine Agency, as well as his detailed transcriptions of his past; how he became a Herobrine, how the Herobrine Agency was created, and much more.

Author’s Note: This short story is for your reading pleasure. The characters in this "Minecraft Adventure Series" such as Steve, Endermen or Herobrine...etc are based on the Minecraft Game coming from Minecraft ®/TM & © 2009-2013 Mojang / Notch

February 10
Mark Mulle
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

EnderDude2234 ,

Decent, too short.

The book is a good book with a nice story, but has a few problems. There are some grammatical errors, and the storyline is too mixed up with the backstory. I feel like the chapters are too short, and the book isn’t long enough. Recommended for ages less than 9. Not recommended for ages 9+ because of length.

tiger1107413 ,

Really good

Self descriptive

boi thr builder ,

good book

This was an amazing book! So much detail and descriptive writing! 5 stars guaranteed!

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