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Survival -- Fiction. War -- Fiction. Like the Divergent series Girls can fight like guys I'm just simply stating the truth As a teenager Cassie thinks about what teenagers normally think about Daniels gave me" now all of these scenarios are stereotypes, so don't take them personally So once the plane came crashing down during school After these four waves Cassie becomes tired of running away After the soldiers, who they say they are, take all the children Cassie and Evan decides to take their plan in their own hands There comes a time with many sacrifices..
Cassie must battle through this horrendous generation and help rescue her brother by passing through all these complex technology Who is Evan??? Will Cassie ever find Sam??? Or will he be lost like the other children???
Well to answer these questions So i really liked this book And one tiny warning But if you want adventure and suspense leading you on every page Starred review from February 25, Yancey makes a dramatic from the intellectual horror of his Monstrumologist books to open a gripping SF trilogy about an Earth decimated by an alien invasion.
The author fully embraces the genre, while resisting its more sensational tendencies rest assured, though, there are firefights and explosions aplenty. Yancey is more interested in examining how these world-shaking revelations affect characters who barely recognize what their lives have become. Ages 14—up. April 1, The challenge? Surviving the genocide of the human race when aliens attack Earth in the not-too-distant future.
Sixteen-year-old Cassie, her brother Sam and her dad survived the first four gruesome waves of the attack.
Together, the three wait out the titular fifth in a military base for survivors until school buses arrive to take all children to safety, including her brother Sam. Cassie, her dad and the rest of the adults are then divested of their weapons and marched into a bunker by their protectors. Cassie escapes, only to see her dad and everyone else brutally executed by their so-called protectors.
She then embarks on a mission to rescue her brother. As in his previous efforts The Monstrumologist, , etc. The suspension-of-disbelief Kool-Aid he serves goes down so easy that every piece of the story--no matter how outlandish--makes perfect sense. The plus-page novel surges forward full throttle with an intense, alarming tone full of danger, deceit and a touch of romance. The plot flips back and forth with so much action and so many expert twists that readers will constantly question whom they can trust and whom they can't.
Best of all, everything feels totally real, and that makes it all the more riveting.