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Fugitive Six

Lorien Legacies Reborn
Narrated by: P. J. Ochlan
Length: 12 hrs and 28 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (438 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

This sequel to Pittacus Lore’s Generation One is the second book in an epic new series set in the world of the number one New York Times best-selling I Am Number Four series.

Newcomers as well as fans of the original series will devour this fast-paced, action-packed sci-fi adventure that’s perfect for fans of Marvel’s X-Men, Alexandra Bracken’s Darkest Minds trilogy, and Tahereh Mafi’s Shatter Me series.

The Human Garde Academy was created in the aftermath of an alien invasion of Earth. It was meant to provide a safe haven for teens across the globe who were suddenly developing incredible powers known as Legacies.

Taylor Cook was one of the newest students and had no idea if she’d ever fit in. But when she was mysteriously abducted, her friends broke every rule in the book to save her. In the process, they uncovered a secret organization that was not only behind Taylor’s kidnapping but also the disappearance of numerous teens with abilities. An organization that has dark roots in the Loric’s past, untold resources, and potentially even a mole at their own school.

Now, these friends, who have become known to other students as the "Fugitive Six" must work together to bring this mysterious group to an end before they can hurt anyone else.

©2018 Pittacus Lore (P)2018 HarperCollins Publishers

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Good and getting better

It's official, if you enjoyed the original series, you will love this iteration. Book #2 is actually better than the first with more action, intrigue, and suspense. It's a shame these never caught on as movies.

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Meh

I really miss the original characters and especially the Mog, Adam. I miss the original chemistry between the original characters. Though, I don't miss the old narrator, Neil Kapplin's voice. This new narrator is something to be desired, too....He bores me to sleep. These books are good though. Too bad Netflix or another streaming service can't pick up the original series, or even anime, I would love to see the original series come to life.....even though the Movie sucked....I totally didn't picture John, the way they portrayed him in the movie....that actor just didn't fit the John, I had pictured in my head. The Mogs in the movie too, the true born are to look more human to fit in, the vat born....the movie interpretation was fine enough.
I wonder when the next book is going to come out? I'm happy that the teen romance was at a minimum in this book....love the syfi...hate the emo teen romance drama. My favorite character is Ran, the Japanese girl. I really hate Taylor, as much as I hated Sarah...or maybe I hated those characters because of how the narrators had made them sound...I dunno? I really miss John, Sam, Six, Adam, Marina and Ella...wish they'd pop up more in this series, though.... I was really hoping that Marina would've been able to rehabilitate Five though....I thought that maybe with him being one of the few Loric left, that they'd pair up somehow and make baby Loric on Earth.






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pretty good

It's good, the only critiques I have are the following.
I wish the author didn't have such a clear distaste for religion. I don't mind him showing the bad things that can come from religious zealots, but if he's interested at all in being realistic, he really needs to add a character or two who is on the right side of things and also religious. Kind of tired of the one sided view from a lot of authors these days.
The narrator is ok, but sometimes his accents get confused, and most of the time anything that's not American or English all sounds the same.

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Hate the gov

I hate they way you make the gov into a piece of shit I really hate them

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  • Dennis
  • Beaufort, SC, United States
  • 10-05-18

Good but also tainted with repeated mistakes.

This is such a solid and good story and idea. Please don’t ruin it with larger than needed teenage angst. It is why the movie franchise flopped.
The Loric tale is a great one. There must be romance and love but to have to read chapters of it gets painful.
Thankfully it shifted to the actual story which reflects human nature.

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Pretty good, but.....

Ok, so I'm very picky, but really, isn't it the editor's job to pick up on discrepancies? Why did Nigel's last name change from Rally to Barnaby? And in the first book Robea was the sheik's niece, not his daughter....just saying...

Other than that, I'm really liking this new series, except for the long wait between books. And the 100 page novellas in between need to be on audible, like they were in the original series.

Please pardon any spelling mistakes...because I listen to the books, I don't know the correct spelling of some of the characters' names.

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Always enjoyable.

Great book. Continues the excellent Lorien storyline. Good Narrator. Would have loved to hear from more past characters. Looking forward to the next one.

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Another good read

Always been a fan of this writer and series. Interesting story, can't wait for the next book to come out.

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As good as United As One

Excellent storyline - way better than the previous generation one. I felt sorry for all the characters at the end

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Okay but not great.

I honestly am only reading this series because I loved the original series so much. While this book is better than Generation One, it’s no anywhere near as good as the originals.