Twenty years ago a man made a child he never intended to love. Ten years ago the world ended, and Emma turned her back on the man she believed was her father in an attempt to survive. Eight weeks ago she discovered the truth about her family, including the sister she never knew she had. Last week she had her heart broken by the one man she never imagined giving it to. Yesterday she turned her back on those she cared for in an attempt to help them survive. Today she plans on hunting two men to the ends of the broken Earth. Not to save the world. Not to make the world a better place. Tomorrow she plans on getting revenge.
©2013 Tara Brown (P)2015 Tantor
I couldn't stop reading this series thru, I bought the last 2 audiobooks before I was done with the first. There is a level of emotion in this series that's hard to find. The story completely absorbs you. The characters & interaction is deep & compelling. I'm going to be hard pressed to find another series that comes close
yes loved it
The whole thing
She is a awesome narrator . Which can make or break even the best story
I looked for more from this author when i finished this series
I gag, you gag, we all gag.... What is with the word gag? She said it at least 30 times in the series! The overall story was fine but I got sick of the repetitiveness. Maybe I'm just being picky but I felt like I was re-listening to parts and stuff just got old. Anyway... I'm going to write a book called gag and see how many times I can make my main character gag over all sorts of stuff...
I kept thinking this story would work out its kinks as it went on but it didn't. There were many parts of the story that didn't connect with other parts or characters that did things or said things that had no reasoning or motivation behind them. The concept and bones of this story are really good yet some parts were heavy handed and left me wondering why the characters did what they did. There was a lot of capture and release in the story which became redundant and I wished more time could have been spent on discovering more about the gen people, what they were fully capable of and why some were more aggressive than others.
All in all not to bad of a story but not one I will listen to again.
Interesting story, great narration, and hard to put down. I highly recommend this book if dystopia stories are your cup of tee. The heroine is believable, as are the rest of the characters. Looking for other books by this author. She kept me riveted in all 3 books
I thought it was a little slow in the beginning but picked up quickly. I loved it....every little mature detail of it. I cried, laugh, yelled, and cursed!!!! Loved it!!!! I do thinks it's a little mature for younger teens though!!!!!
this book was very sad. I loved it originality and twists. I just extreme loss with will. and an understanding about Jake and Emma. but instead of being happy for them I felt even more sadness ,sorrow is a better word for it. He loved Emma so much and with such passion only to lose everything ! it wasn't fair at all.
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