Aufbruch (Partials #1)
Publish date: March 12th 2013
Pages no: 512
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Partials Sequence (#1)
Dan Wells und ich haben eines gemeinsam: wir haben beide „Die Welt ohne uns“ von Alan Weisman gelesen. In meinem Fall führte die Leseerfahrung zu der Erkenntnis, dass unser Fußabdruck auf der Erde fast ausschließlich negativ wäre, würden wir plötzlich verschwinden. In Dan Wells‘ Fall beeinflusste di...
I just finished Partials and i really enjoyed it. :) It was nice reading about a society that so values human life (except Haru). I did think it was a bit hard to believe that no adults in 11 years came up with the idea that 16-year-old Kira came up with after a few weeks(?) studying the virus. The ...
A fantastic post-apocalyptic world with characters that truly felt like real people. The people that were adults during the apocalypse had an entirely different worldview than the children who survived. No family was left untouched. Every parent lost a child, and no child's biological parent survive...
I listened to the audio version of this book. The reader, Julia Whelan, did a great job. I loved the story and the characters. Civilization is dying out. A cure to save babies from a terrible virus, created in a war 11 years ago, needs to be found. Kirra believes that she is the girl to cure the dis...
This book suffered from having too much description and not enough action. It was a 3.5 star book that should have easily been rated 5 stars. I was kept on the edge of my seat the entire time waiting...and waiting. Partials had the potential for something amazing and explosive but it all felt so ...
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