What are the best unofficial books about Minecraft?

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    #1Diary of Minecraft Steve and the Wimpy Creeper Book 2

    Diary of Minecraft Steve and the Wimpy Creeper Book 2
    Diary of Minecraft Steve and the Wimpy Creeper Book 2 is a children's fiction book written by Skeleton Steve and illustrated by Crafty Creeper for the sandbox video game, Minecraft. Published in 2016 by Skeleton Steve.
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    Joan Estrada
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "While this isn't an official book for Minecraft, it is still great for fans of the game! It is kid friendly but not overly done to where an older fan wouldn’t enjoy it also. I highly recommend it for anyone who is a big fan of Minecraft!"
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    #2Diary of a Minecraft Enderman Ninja

    Diary of a Minecraft Enderman Ninja
    Diary of a Minecraft Enderman Ninja is a children's fiction book written by Skeleton Steve and illustrated by Crafty Creeper for the sandbox video game, Minecraft. With over 400 pages, this book is published in 2016 by Skeleton Steve.
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    Marcy Tang
    Written on May 7, 2018
    "My kid loves Minecraft so I had to get this book for him. He read through all 3 books in a week and was asking me if there was more books to continue to story. He now goes around the house pretending he is a Enderman ninja."
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    #3The Illuminati Noobs (Merciless Blade Series)

    The Illuminati Noobs (Merciless Blade Series)

    The Illuminati Noobs is a children's fiction book written by Skeleton Steve and illustrated by Crafty Creeper as the third book in the Merciless Blade series for the sandbox video game, Minecraft. Published in 2016 by Skeleton Steve.

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    Ryan Tran
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "I never thought minecraft could actually have books, but here we are. This one tries to foist a story onto the sandbox and succeeds mostly. The only problem is with the characters, as they lack a lot of depth. It seems to rely too heavily on it's novely"
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    #4Diary of a Teenage Minecraft Zombie Villager

    Diary of a Teenage Minecraft Zombie Villager
    Diary of a Teenage Minecraft Zombie Villager is a children's fiction book written by Skeleton Steve for the sandbox video game, Minecraft. With over 100 pages, this book is published in 2016 by Skeleton Steve.
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    Matthew Brooks
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "It's definitely a unique book and yet I feel like the thing that sells it is more the Minecraft aspect than the actual depth it offers anyone. If that's all you need, go for it."
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    #5Diary of a Minecraft Creeper King

    Diary of a Minecraft Creeper King
    Diary of a Minecraft Creeper King is a children's fiction book written by Skeleton Steve for the sandbox video game, Minecraft. With over 200 pages, this book is published in 2016 by Skeleton Steve Minecraft Diary.
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    Richard Grant
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "It's true, people write fiction books about Minecraft. Diary of a Minecraft Creeper King is a good intro to that world."
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    #6Diary of Minecraft Steve and the Wimpy Creeper Book 3

    Diary of Minecraft Steve and the Wimpy Creeper Book 3
    Diary of Minecraft Steve and the Wimpy Creeper Book 3 is a children's fiction book written by Skeleton Steve and illustrated by Crafty Creeper for the sandbox video game, Minecraft. Published in 2016 by Skeleton Steve.
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    Rachel Burton
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "My son really loves Minecraft, and I want him to read more. This book series is a great compromise for both of us! He really likes being able to read about his favorite game, and I'm happy that he's sharpening his reading skills. The book itself isn't super impressive, and I think most people would find the writing pretty boring. But it's good for minecraft fans."
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    #7Tears of a Noob (Merciless Blade)

    Tears of a Noob (Merciless Blade)

    Tears of a Noob is a children's fiction book written by Stephen McLoughlin with William McLoughlin as the first book in the Merciless Blade series for the sandbox video game, Minecraft.

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    Benito Saldaña
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "This is a great book if you love Minecraft. It is about a new guy who gets his life improved by an experienced person. It is a nice little story for young teens."
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    #8Diary of Minecraft Steve and the Wimpy Creeper Book 1

    Diary of Minecraft Steve and the Wimpy Creeper Book 1

    Diary of Minecraft Steve and the Wimpy Creeper Book 1 is a children's fiction book written by Skeleton Steve and illustrated by Crafty Creeper for the sandbox video game, Minecraft. Published in 2016 by Skeleton Steve.

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    Teresa Jacobs
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "I'm not too familiar with Minecraft but I'm sure there are many books out there about it that are unofficial. This does look like a pretty decent book for people who enjoy Minecraft."
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    #9Diary of a Minecraft Lone Wolf

    Diary of a Minecraft Lone Wolf

    Diary of a Minecraft Lone Wolf is a children's fiction book written by Skeleton Steve and illustrated by Crafty Creeper for the sandbox video game, Minecraft. With over 100 pages, this book is published in 2016 by Skeleton Steve.

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    Hannah May
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "I bought this for my kids last Christmas, and they loved it! I recommend this book for anyone whose kids like Minecraft!"
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    #10Diary of a Minecraft Chicken Jockey

    Diary of a Minecraft Chicken Jockey

    Diary of a Minecraft Chicken Jockey is a children's fiction book written by Skeleton Steve and illustrated by Crafty Creeper for the sandbox video game, Minecraft. Published in 2016 via Kindle edition.

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    Terry Curtis
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "This is one of those books that you see online and you just purchase it because you think your teen would love it. And when they do receive it they cannot believe it . My daughter loves this one so much that she has lent it to all her friends, and her friends parents ended up recommending it to their friends. If your child or even you are into minecraft this is a good read. "
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    #11Jay Saves the Day

    Jay Saves the Day

    Jay Saves the Day: An Unofficial Minecraft Story For Early Readers is a children's fiction book written by Anna Kopp for the sandbox video game, Minecraft. With over 20 pages, this book is published in 2017.

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    Bryan Willis
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "Minecraft has taken the world by storm, and it's impossible to ignore. Quite a few compelling books have popped up as a result, most of them being unofficial. "Jay Saves the Day" is a very niche book, only really appealing to children. While it's not bad if that's what you're looking for, the category is more general, so it doesn't really stack up to the rest."
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    #12The Adventure of Stevephen?

    The Adventure of Stevephen?

    The Adventure of Stevephen? An Unofficial Minecraft Novel for Kids is a children's fiction book written by Ian the Minecrafter for the sandbox video game, Minecraft. With over 50 pages, this book is published in 2015.

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    Robert Keller
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "This book is awful. I got it for my nephew who loves the game and started looking through it. I know the author is young but this is just bad. The writing is awful and the story jumps around too much. I'd skip this one if I were you."
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