Gone (Gone, #1)
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books
Pages no: 583
Started this book and had to keep reading. I was up until 1:30 am and had to get up at 6 am for work. :D
I was in a terrible book slump, this book was good but not great. I really liked how the author takes us from a normal day in school and then poof all the adults over the age of 15 are gone. Then everything spirals out of control, some kids are gaining strange powers, while others are not. The au...
This review was originally posted on my blog, Mommy's Reading BreakI bought Gone back in December 2012. It was on sale, part of Epic Reads‘ The End is Here feature. However, I finally decided to pick it up when a group I’m in on Goodreads decided to do a buddy read of it.The premise of Gone sounded ...
I really liked Gone. It turned out to be a pleasant surprise, I didn't expect it to be this way. Michael Grant already had me at the summary and I was not disappointed. The characters were pretty developed for 14 -or less- year olds and it was interesting to read how they struggled to survive despit...
I was just not impressed with this book. I read the whole thing, thinking it would get better but it never did. I read a lot of dystopian fiction and this one seemed very unbelievable and the majority of the characters were unlikeable and unbelievable.
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