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Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. Though the desperate, dirty, starving teens of the Gone series look decreasingly like the clean-cut hotties on the book jackets. Editorial Reviews. Review. Praise for GONE: “These are exciting, high-tension stories There Fear (Gone Book 5) - Kindle edition by Michael Grant. Download. They've survived lies. But the stakes keep rising, and the dystopian horror keeps building in Plague, Michael Grant's fourth book in the New York Times bestsel.
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Read "Plague" by Michael Grant available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first purchase. It's been eight months since all the adults. Read "Plague" by Michael Grant available from Rakuten Kobo. It's been eight months since all the adults disappeared. Gone. They've survived hunger. They've . As a member of the Cockburn Libraries, you have access to over 20, eBooks, 1, downloadable audioBooks and eMagazines.
Not in United States? Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. It's been eight months since all the adults disappeared. They've survived hunger. They've survived lies. But the stakes keep rising, and the dystopian horror keeps building in Plague , Michael Grant's fourth book in the New York Times bestselling Gone series.
Veronica Rossi. Lauren Oliver. The Rose Society. I Am Number Four: The Lost Files: The Last Days of Lorien. Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, Book 1: The Sword of Summer. The Heroes of Olympus, Book Four: The House of Hades. Black Friday. Robert Muchamore. Graduation Day. Joelle Charbonneau. Erin Bowman. Caragh M. The Young Elites. The Trials of Apollo, Book One: The Hidden Oracle. The Search for Sam. Independent Study. The Forgotten Ones. The 5th Wave. The Power of Six.
Veronica Roth. The Fallen Legacies. The Elite. Through the Ever Night. Lone Wolf. Derek Landy. Five's Legacy. Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, Book 2: The Hammer of Thor. Five's Betrayal. Amy Tintera. After the End. Amy Plum. The Kane Chronicles, Book Three: The Serpent's Shadow. Shades of Earth. Beth Revis. The Copper Gauntlet Magisterium 2.
Holly Black. Closed Hearts. Susan Kaye Quinn. Glass Sword. Victoria Aveyard. The Guard. The Crown. The Midnight Star. The Bronze Key Magisterium 3. The Magnificent The Power. Michael Grant. BZRK Reloaded. Eve and Adam. The Gone series is perfect, I can hardly find any flaws.
These are highly enjoyable and for all kinds of readers. Oct 24, Cordelya rated it it was amazing. Brianna grabs a cello string to attack Drake. And this cello string is an E string. Just sayin. Michael Grant, I hate to break this to ya but, you gotta find a better editor. But that's my only problem. This book series is great and though the first 2 books are slow, and kinda make you think that scraping your eyes out with a fork would be more enjoyable, but the FABULOUS- NESS of the last 4 books over powers whatever sort of pain you went through with Gone and Hunger.
The only book series that creeped me out, made fun of my weak stomach, and kept me up at night that I loved. It's a good kinda creepy. It's a good kinda sick and it keeps you guessing. View 1 comment. Aug 25, Isabella marked it as to-read Shelves: You guys remember the early 's when we were presented with the Jimmy Neutron movie where all of the adults were abducted by aliens and kids had to survive by themselves?
This is it, except way more serious. Nickelodeon isn't behind this series lmao. Dec 17, TRAX rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The setting is weird. You can't kill, can't eat can goods. Kids moms and dads are disappearing and the kids are going crazy. Kids are killing each other and food is running out. Also the darkness is growing and calling on the kids with powers.
Sam has both personal and external problems. His personal problems are that he wants to know where his mom went. Also he wants to know why he did not know he had a fraternal twin.
Sams external problems are that he is the head of the council. San submits to The setting is weird. San submits to power by being the head of the council. He exerts power by taking down his brother.
Hunger, lack of education, mental health, and sickness is what the characters in this book are aching. These are social issues in my gook. For the author's viewpoint children need parents and the food is running out. Children need guidance and stability. Gone is an interesting and action packed book. I think the type of person that likes action and adventure will like GONE and the rest o the series as much as I do.
I enjoyed this book because it gives me something to read when i'm bored. When i'm reading this book it's like opening a door to another world. I really love these books! Mar 06, Sofia M added it. A very interesting series that will make you want to read more and more. I love these books. Gone is the tale of a fictional small Californian town, Perdido Beach, where all of a sudden every person aged 15 or over just blinks out of existence. Sam Temple is an ordinary high school student who is somewhat famous after he saves a school bus from crashing when the driver suffered a heart attack.
And at 14 and one of the older children reaming, younger kids start to look to Sam for guidance and leadership. Sam is initially reluctant preferring to go about his own business of understanding what has happened and searches for answers with his best fined Quin, and high school crush Astrid.
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Sam discovers that there is a barrier surrounding Perdido Beach meaning noting can get in or out and he also notes that things are being to change. Many of the children left behind start to display strange abilities and powers such as teleportation, telekinesis, levitation and super speed.
This all leads to a battle climax where Sam and Caine face off to decide the future of Perdido Beacha and its young residence. All I all I enjoyed Gone as it is fast paced and well written. As a book aimed at teenagers it treads the very fine line or not dumbing down and condescending but also not being overly sophisticated and pretentious and treads it very well.
Sep 18, Sammie Henderson rated it liked it. Jul 25, Alec rated it it was amazing. Highly intertaning. Dec 02, Kate Jordan rated it liked it. I've been thinking long and hard about whether I actually enjoyed this series. I think it boils down to - how could I have? When the author just throws problem after problem after problem at his characters, with zero breathing space in between them.
No time to rest before a new life-or-death issue arose, each more unbelievable than the last. I enjoyed the first half of the first book a lot. Until we got to the talking coyotes. When it was clear that we were supposed to be taking them seriously, th I've been thinking long and hard about whether I actually enjoyed this series.
When it was clear that we were supposed to be taking them seriously, that they weren't just some dreamt-up stress-induced hallucination by a girl in complete and utter agony, that's when I started to drift from this series. I kept on with them to know the final outcome, but with some of the images left in my head, I kind of wish I hadn't continued at all. Also those bugs that hatched inside a human and ate their way out Not to mention the guy who clawed his own eyes out and ate his veins thinking they were candy And these books are supposed to be for YA?
Other than Edilio and Quinn, and to my surprise, Orc. He had a good character arc if someone died I only had the thought of 'Oh. Z's death hide spoiler ] , and it was a name we revisited more than once in the subsequent books.
But the readers had only known him for a page before he pegged it. The fact that I'm even saying 'pegged it' instead of 'died' is a testament to how little I cared about this character. It seemed that the author just threw kids in there to kill them off in the next page, which for me is an example of bad writing. Maybe, if Grant could stand to follow the 'Show, don't tell' rule a little better, I might have cared about the dozens of characters he killed.
Alas, he didn't follow that rule, therefore I didn't care. The way that Grant wrote about religion bothered me a lot as well. Maybe because fanatics get my goat in the real world, and the idea of year-olds suddenly talking like they stepped right out of an evangelical sermon seemed ridiculous.
I was quite pleased when she just seemed to cease to exist anymore. There were some very adult-like phrases being thrown around, and I can't bring myself to believe that even in a situation as strange and personality-changing situation like the FAYZ, that some of those speech patterns would be used by kids.
I can't think of any at the moment, but when one pops into my head I'll come back and edit my review. Not to mention the haphazard explanations we received for things - or sometimes, the lack of explanations we got. We finally learnt that view spoiler [ the kids that chose to 'step out' did end up in the real world, but in some kind of dire shape.
I think the line about Mary was very ambiguous - 'what was left of her were taken to hospital', or something to that effect. We never got an explanation as to what happened when kids chose to poof, like it was something Grant just forgot to include.
It strikes me as strange, because the 'big poof' was so central to the first few books. The decisions characters were making throughout the entire series just irritated me.
They were either sulking and avoiding any decisions, making terrible leader-decisions, following terrible leader-decisions, being absolute terrible human beings in the decisions they made, or making decisions so stupid that it makes you want to bash your head against a wall. I think some other reviewers have mentioned it before, but I'm going to as well - the final battle.
The grand moment where view spoiler [ Little Pete stands up to Gaia and there's a light show and Wait, that's it? We went through six books and one hundred and nintey-odd character deaths for two or so paragraphs? Talk about a let-down. Not great writing, followed by a plot that gets crazier for no apparent reason other than to make lives hell, with no reprieves, awful character decisions, and a final battle that left me wanting.
I don't think it was a good recommendation. I'm going to go back to The Enemy. As a final point, there are people complaining that this hasn't been made into a TV show although I saw some news that that may change soon. Personally, I'm relieved. I would never want to see all of that horror on TV, happening to kids.
It was bad enough having read it. Nov 06, Gavin Scott rated it really liked it. I think this series was at the least bit, extraordinary, and there were little books like it at the time the first book was made. These books are the first ones that actually made me want to write my own book.
No one fits into the clear 'bad guy' description, you cant tell who the antagonist of the whole series until late in the series, unless you look for the clues hidden deep throughout the whole series and it rarely bores you. If you really like this series, like I did, time will fly and you I think this series was at the least bit, extraordinary, and there were little books like it at the time the first book was made. If you really like this series, like I did, time will fly and you will read it for hours.
You never want to pull away from this, and when your done, you will want to read it again! There are lots of hints in the books, and the continuous mystery will get you thinking. One thing relatively bad about it, though, is that a few of the characters, even some main ones, fit into some categories of characters that may become predictive.
Except that, I think the books were pretty much perfect! Mar 22, T. I didn't think that I'd enjoy these books, but it's one of the few YA novel series that I couldn't put down. However, Grant keeps the story fresh because the rules constantly change. As soon as Sam Temple and the other characters settle in the society that they've formed, they realize that their world is mutating. The only thing that marred the series for me was the emphasis that religion is I didn't think that I'd enjoy these books, but it's one of the few YA novel series that I couldn't put down.
The only thing that marred the series for me was the emphasis that religion is useless. It felt clumsy, preachy, and heavy-handed, especially when everything else was well-done. However, I highly recommend this series to anyone who needs a new, fast-paced series.
It's part mystery, horror, sci-fi, and adventure. Aug 29, Connor Hening rated it really liked it. The series is pretty good for the first 3 books, you can tell that the books start repeating themselves in a certain way, yet instead of not mentioning this they mention in the 5th book that the same things keep happening instead of just repeating over and over and in the next book they start to change that up, the 5th book gives build up to the 6th book being completely different.
I would recommend you read Gone, Hunger, Lies, etc But, you should skip plague, that book wasn't as good as the The series is pretty good for the first 3 books, you can tell that the books start repeating themselves in a certain way, yet instead of not mentioning this they mention in the 5th book that the same things keep happening instead of just repeating over and over and in the next book they start to change that up, the 5th book gives build up to the 6th book being completely different.
But, you should skip plague, that book wasn't as good as the other ones, it is just filling in minor plot holes which aren't as big until the next book.
Jul 26, Brittany rated it it was amazing. This series needs to blow up because it is incredible. Surfer Sam and Astrid the Genius are hit again and again with struggles and hardships, but also with love and relationship issues.
Every book just gets better and better, though also darker and darker, which I enjoyed. So many issues for such young kids! I don't know how but Grant manages to introduce so many different characters while still making you feel attached to every one, all of the 3 dimensional.
Death, love, hunger, happiness, hope. Jun 14, Ella rated it it was amazing. I cannot exclaim enough how much of a fan of these books I am. They changed my life. The book is like a hunger games, maze runner sort of plot genre. The whole story plot and character I fell in love with.
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My favourite book is Plague or Hunger. I have read all of these like too many times to count and will always keep rereading them. While also having a dark deep story plot the books also contain some cheeky one liners and humour that is apreactiated. Sep 09, Paula Adams rated it really liked it.
This is one of those series you have to keep reading even when you're getting a little worn out by the deaths and horror. I'm a Christian so the characters who lose or question their faith always get to me. I'm also a mom so I felt for these children trying to survive without adult experience.
They do pretty well but who can beat an alien devil? There's one book that was extra depressing. I think it was Plague. Some good messages for teens, and some bad ones. Good discussion material. Aug 16, Emily rated it really liked it. I really enjoyed this series. Read if: Jul 11, Flying Books rated it it was amazing. Flying Books Xxx. Dec 12, Jonathan rated it it was amazing. Stephen King likes this for good reason.
If you want to see the worst of humanity, read it. Aug 17, Kennedy rated it did not like it. I think it was ok I just did not like the plot. Nov 04, Nathan rated it liked it. Read the first couple of books. An Enemy Novel. Independent Study.
The Forgotten Ones. The 5th Wave. Raging Star. Moira Young. The Power of Six. Rebel Heart.
Veronica Roth. City of Heavenly Fire. Cassandra Clare. The Fallen Legacies. The Elite. Through the Ever Night. Lone Wolf. Derek Landy. Five's Legacy. Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, Book 2: The Hammer of Thor.
The Fear. Five's Betrayal. Amy Tintera. After the End. Amy Plum. The Kane Chronicles, Book Three: The Serpent's Shadow. Clockwork Princess. Shades of Earth. Beth Revis. The Copper Gauntlet Magisterium 2. Holly Black. Closed Hearts. Susan Kaye Quinn. Glass Sword. Victoria Aveyard. Guardian Angel. The Guard. Day Kass Morgan. Rage Within. Jeyn Roberts. The Crown. The Midnight Star. The Bronze Key Magisterium 3.
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