The gripping finale to Kathy and Brendan Reichs' New York Times best-selling Virals series.
The Virals are back--but they’re not the only pack in town anymore. Terminal finds Tory Brennan and the rest of the Morris Island gang tracking a pack of rogue Virals who call themselves the Trinity. The new pack was infected by a strain of supervirus created by Tory's nemesis and sometimes-crush, Chance Clayborne, who accidentally infected himself, too.
These red-eyed Virals have openly challenged Tory's pack for domination of Charleston, and they'll stop at nothing to bring their rivals down--even if that means giving them up to a shadowy government agency intent on learning the secret to the Virals' powers. Surviving it all is going to test the limits of the gang's abilities.
In the riveting conclusion to the Virals series, Tory and the others are nearing an impossible choice--and the ultimate showdown.
©2015 Kathy Reichs and Brendan Reichs (P)2015 Listening Library
Dog lover & book addict.
AWESOME GREAT BOOK
When Tori had to chose between Chance or Ben.
YES!!! And I almost did. I listened to it while I was on a road trip.
It makes me a little sad that this is the last book in the Virals series. I want more. I want to know whats going on with the blue eyes! This series is great for young readers as it has a strong smart female lead with lots of well developed supporting characters. I want more Virals books, Kathy & Brendan. Don't leave us hanging!
The first words out of my mouth? I loved it. I cried three times. Excellent.
This is the final book in a series that ended far to soon. I want to read more books by this mother and son team!
Without giving anything away, this book will keep your attention from the first paragraph to the last. The virals are in trouble again and this time their enemy is ... Well you'll just have to read and find out. Just how many enemies can one group of four kids and a wolf hybrid collect? And how much money is one group willing to put into duplicating their secret?
Let's face it, the Virals novels aren't meant to be seriously thought-provoking. They're just fun.
And I like that it ended so that there is a possibility of more, should they (Kathy and Brendan) choose to write them.
Fun, adventure, entertaining
I can't think of any teen series I would compare this series to. It's original and I like how this misfits are the real heroes.
The ending.....when Tori looks in the mirror. Gave me hope there may be more!
I'm not exactly in the Virals demo being an adult. I bought the first book by accident thinking it was a regular Kathy Reichs novel. Still loved it. Characters were fun and the stories were enjoyable with just the right amount of teenage angst. I laughed out loud a lot courtesy of Hiram. Cristin Miliotti really brought the story to life for me. Great narration.
I'm an avid Kathy Reichs reader and totally enjoy Tory and her Virals. It's a great young adult series and I'm sad to see the series end.
Loved every suspenseful moment.
Would recommend to any mystery/thriller and sci-fi fan.
I chose this book as a long-time fan of Kathy Reich's books about Temperance Brennan. Enjoyed this totally different story line and characters. It appears that Reich's son has the story telling gene.
I hope they create more interesting characters and adventures. Bravo!!!
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