Homeland meets Marie Lu’s Legend in Blackout, which #1 New York Times bestselling author Ally Condie called “a thrilling combination of Wells’s trademark twi. Laura and Alec are trained terrorists. Jack and Aubrey are high school students. There was no reason for them to ever meet. But now, a. Blackout. Robison Wells. BookPage review by Angela Leeper. Web Exclusive – October 03, After three weeks of nonstop terrorist attacks.
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Anyways, I was really excited for this one. BookPage review by Angela Leeper. It was a gentle and then building connection between the two, because when it starts, Audrey is actually with someone else.
Charlie Reading to the Stars fobison Back. What were the terrorists after? The characters are engaging and we spend a fair amount of time in each protagonist’s head, something that I really like. I blazed through this novel in a few hours and immediately wanted to know more.
He’s just a regular guy, but he’s such a sweetheart! Refresh and try again. Aylee October 2nd, Will teens today even know to question these type of revelations and wonder why they should be concerned?
A Library Journal Movers and Shaker: And Aubrey is one of the whiny ones, insufferable and utterly self-absorbed. Effectively recruited blacoout the military to combat the terrorists and other infected teenagers, these four must find a way to cope with their new abilities and ever-changing world.
And, as a bonus, Wells creates a way to talk about terrorism without vilifying any particular people group by creating this implausible scenario. Finally, Wells uses a blistering pace in his writing style causing readers to rarely want to put this book down.
Jack a Upon finishing this book, the only feeling I can think of is disappointment. Crazy for Welos A Jack was just a genuinely good guy and it was interesting to see him dealing with the initial onset of his abilities.
We don’t learn why they were given these power nor who’s behind it all, and in turn, we don’t know the purpose of this war. Never miss an issue!
Review: Blackout by Robison Wells
Written with amazing originality, Robison Wells provides the literature world with the perfect book that reflects the times. I will not be reading the sequel. As is, I don’t think that I will be continuing with the series. I thought the idea of it all was creative and exciting.
Bethzaida bookittyblog October 1st, So quite obviously, I was not a fan of Aubrey to begin with, she was probably the most irritating and dependent character I’ve come across. Didn’t really like it and didn’t grab my attention. I could not get my head around what their motives where, why are they rebelling?
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But I suppose I can see part of her story, view spoiler [considering that she mostly did it so Nat wouldn’t tell everyone about her invisibility. There’s a little violence, but nothings that’s described in a gory sort of way. Aubrey has the power to disappear. She wasn’t super likable at the beginning, but by the end I understood her actions and thought she changed for the better. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It says something robiwon you read a story about roobison virus and, pages later, you still don’t know any more about the virus than you did when you started.
Wells delivers plenty of action and the pace couldn’t have been any faster.
The problem is that when I started thinking about the different elements of the book in detail, things just didn’t hold up.