The seventh and final book in the number-one New York Times best-selling I Am Number Four series! With United as One, this action-packed series comes to a surprising, breathtaking, and utterly satisfying conclusion.
The Garde didn't start this war, but they'll do whatever it takes to end it once and for all....
The Mogadorians have invaded Earth. Their warships loom over our most populated cities, and no country will risk taking them head-on. The Garde are all that stand in the way, but they'll need an army of their own to win this fight.
They've teamed up with the US military, but it might not be enough. The Garde need reinforcements, and they've found them in the most unexpected place. Teenagers from across the globe, like John Smith's best friend, Sam, have developed abilities. So John and the others must get to them before the Mogs, because if they don't their enemies will use these gifted teens for their own sinister plan.
But after all the Mogadorians have taken from John - his home, his family, his friends, and the person he loves most - he might not want to put any more lives in danger. He's got nothing left to lose, and he's just discovered he has been given an incredible new Legacy. Now he can turn himself into the ultimate weapon. So will he risk his life to save the world, or will he realize that power in numbers will save us all?
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The story was good and the ending to the series was nice. Would have like a few more surprises but I am happy with what we got.
All the talk of narration before I listened was a surprise. I had likes the narrators leading up to this one but this one was a bit of a draw back. The main narration get was fine but when they had to do others voices it was rough.
Still I nice listen and would recommend anyone who has gotten this far to go ahead and finish it.
Overall the story wrapped up the series nicely. I did however, feel that the first half of the book really dragged on. More character development, more legacy lessons... And there seemed to be more bad language in this book than in any of the others. I didn't care for the voices either. The voice of John was too old. It worked when he did Nine's voice, but for John he was way to old and gravely, and his "girl voice" was just weird. The voice of the Mogs and Setrikus was fine. The voice of Six was very flat and monotone, though when the actress did other female voices she was better. Overall it was hard to listen to, with the voices and the cussing and the lonnnnggg first half. The climax however was AWESOME and redeemed a lot, leaving me glad I'd stuck it out.
Probably not. While I've enjoyed the series, the narrator killed this book for me.
About 10 minutes into the book I almost stopped listening due to the male narrator. This is a book that is supposed to be from a teenage boy perspective, so why does he sound like a 60-year-old smoker. It only got worse with the voices used for all the other characters. I do think this narrator would be amazing in a spy novel or some older police detective role, but this was horrible. Even the female narrator sounded way too old for the character of Six. I did complete the book as I wanted to finish the series, however it's not one I would enjoy listening to again.
I would have liked a better way of ending the book. but it was good enough.
the last battle was epic, but I would have prefer more time looking at the reconstruction and rebuilding. "a happiely ish ever after" chapter was not good enough.
what would they do with the new human guard?
4 + 7???
who was that dude in india that helped 8?
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