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The is a series of young adult science fiction novels by Kass Morgan. The first book in the 1 Plot. The ; The Day 21; The Homecoming; The Rebellion. 2 Reception; 3 Television adaptation; 4 References. The book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers . No one has set foot on Earth in centuries—until ppti.info since a devas. Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. Dark and riveting, Morgan's entry in the very popular Book 1 of 2 in The Hundred series (2 Book Series).
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See the complete The series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. 6 Books. #1. The - Book #1 of the The WARNING: This book is not mine originally all rights go to the author Kass Morgan The begins with Clarke Griffin, a former medical student, being arrested. The is the first novel in The , a series of post-apocalyptic science fiction The , Book 1 Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.
As far as anyone knows, no one has stepped foot on Earth in centuries--that is, until one hundred juvenile delinquents are sentenced to return and recolonize the hostile land.
The future of the human race rests in their hands, but nothing can prepare the for what they find on this strange and savage planet. Read the series that inspired the hit TV show.
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Sort order. Feb 17, SheLove2Read rated it really liked it Shelves: Earth was virtually destroyed when nuclear warheads across the globe were activated, decimating society as we know it.
They are the - teenagers who have not yet reached the age of majority who have been branded troublemakers, and expendable. They were not prepared for what they found. I have to say I enjoyed the television series better, maybe because I saw it Earth was virtually destroyed when nuclear warheads across the globe were activated, decimating society as we know it.
I have to say I enjoyed the television series better, maybe because I saw it first and I'm comparing apples to oranges. Still, this is a good series to pick up if you like apocalyptic fiction. Mar 25, Jessica Camacho rated it really liked it. I love the show--love it. I don't like certain plot lines but I do love the show. And that's okay! The books-- I remember distinctly being invested in, reading through and enjoying them thoroughly.
Book 4 was good, but not good enough. I feel like didn't add to the completion of a story, it almost felt like another book was needed at the end, and this was supposed to be a trilogy, so I'm not sure where we're headed.
I also feel that Book 4 built I love the show--love it. I also feel that Book 4 built up to the problem, delved into a problem, and suddenly solved it; we lived happily ever after??
It just solved so much so easily I couldn't wrap my head around it. I needed more.
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So, while the trilogy felt fun, interesting, and good. Cliff Crawford rated it liked it Jan 30, Lorena rated it it was amazing Dec 02, Dante rated it liked it May 05, Melissa rated it liked it Nov 25, Samantha rated it liked it Dec 27, Courtney rated it it was amazing Oct 17, Jacqueline rated it really liked it Sep 21, Acid rated it liked it Mar 09, Edie rated it it was amazing Jul 29, Emy rated it it was amazing Dec 25, The find an Earthborn girl, Sasha Walgrove, and hold her hostage.
Sasha tells them that they have landed in the former state of Virginia and that there are people from the Colony who arrived before the Bellamy believes that Sasha's people are responsible for Octavia's disappearance and demands that Sasha reveal their location. Wells and Sasha bond and Sasha helps Wells find food for the surviving colonists. In space, the people of the Colony fight to get into their dropships as the space station's life support begins to fail; Clarke and Wells' friends, Glass and Luke , are among the people desperately trying to get to Earth.
However, they find themselves at the mercy of Vice Chancellor Rhodes, who is willing to kill to get into one of the dropships.
There, they meet her father, Max Walgrove, who is the leader of the colony. Octavia is at Mount Weather, having been rescued by Max and his people from a group of renegades. These renegades are responsible for the attacks on the Max and his people promise that they will continue helping the , and will provide further support once the rest of the Colony arrives.
At this point, they find dropships from the Colony falling from the sky. Wells eventually realizes that there is something familiar about Bellamy and Octavia; ultimately, he discovers that their mother was Melinda Blake, the woman his father had loved before marrying Wells' mother for the sake of his career.
Homecoming Main article: Homecoming After the dropships crash, Clarke, Bellamy, and Wells lead a rescue party to the crash site, allowing Clarke and Wells to reunite with Glass and Luke. Clarke ponders leaving the camp to search for her parents. The Chancellor, still in coma, remains trapped in the Colony above Earth.
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Vice Chancellor Rhodes takes control over the community on Earth, planning to force Luke to execute Bellamy, as a warning to anyone attempting to challenge him. With Sasha's help, Clarke and Wells escape with the wounded Bellamy. One of Rhodes' men kills Sasha when she tries to get more supplies.
As Mount Weather prepares for Rhodes' attack, some of the Colonists revolt and join their benefactors against Rhodes. Clarke, Bellamy, and Wells are captured during the initial exchange, but another faction of Earthborns defeat and capture Rhodes before he can execute Bellamy.
Later, more colonists from other dropships arrive, and one of the arrivals informs Wells that his father was still in a coma, with only a few hours of oxygen left when their dropship departed. Before Sasha's funeral, Clarke reunites with her parents at Mount Weather.That sounded interesting enough to read about to me.
This discovery leads Wells and Bellamy to realize that they are paternal half-brothers. What this means is that I would do anything for love, to a point. The 4 books. It was written in a style I felt was engaging and engrossing overall; however, some of the characters relied heavily on tropes and had flimsy, foolish motivations at times.
Some are petty thieves, some aren't criminals at all, some are murderers. The series is developed by Jason Rothenberg, and premiered on March 19,