Locke Jenkins has some catching up to do. After spending 260 years as a disembodied mind in a little black box, he has a perfect new body. But before he can move on with his unexpected new life, he’ll have to return the Favor he accepted from the shadowy resistance group known as the... show more
Locke Jenkins has some catching up to do. After spending 260 years as a disembodied mind in a little black box, he has a perfect new body. But before he can move on with his unexpected new life, he’ll have to return the Favor he accepted from the shadowy resistance group known as the Network.Locke must infiltrate the home of a government official by gaining the trust of his daughter, seventeen-year-old Raine, and he soon finds himself pulled deep into the world of the resistance—and into Raine’s life.Mary E. Pearson brings the story she began in The Adoration of Jenna Fox and continued in The Fox Inheritance to a breathtaking conclusion as Locke discovers that being truly human requires much more than flesh and blood.
Publish date: March 19th 2013
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co.
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Spy Thriller
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: Jenna Fox Chronicles (#3)
3.5 stars I have to say that this read, at the end, was pretty good. The middle pieces though were riddled with repitition. I know you were around for 260 years.I know you think you love Jenna and you can rememeber all of these poems.I know that you'll never forget Kara, that there's a bond there th...
I liked this more than The Fox Inheritance, but less than Jenna Fox. Jenna Fox was a very character driven, thought-provoking story, while Inheritance had more of an action/mystery/thriller kind of vibe. I thought this was a good mix of the two, but it was still lacking something. Very powerful endi...
In FOX FOREVER Locke has to return a Favor. In this future there was a civil war. The country was not divided but the people were, choosing one of two different governments. Some people didn't choose. Now, five generations later, the descendants of those who didn't choose are a disenfranchised minor...
The ending.. the ending... the ending! Reading this was worth it even if just for that ending *sniff* I had no idea there'd be a follow up and couldn't honestly recall who Locke was (because yes, it's been that long since I read the the first two,) but his story was interesting if a tad too easy to ...
After reading FOX FOREVER, it helped me to understand and better enjoy THE FOX INHERITANCE. I think these last two books may be my favorite bit of the series. Check in on the 14th, when Mary Pearson will be stopping by to discuss a passage.