Don''t miss this exciting short story that connects THE DARKEST MINDS to its much-anticipated sequel, NEVER FADE! Gabe''s life has been devastated in the wake of the economic crash. The only option left for someone like him to escape his tragic past is to leave his small town behind and to... show more
Don''t miss this exciting short story that connects THE DARKEST MINDS to its much-anticipated sequel, NEVER FADE! Gabe''s life has been devastated in the wake of the economic crash. The only option left for someone like him to escape his tragic past is to leave his small town behind and to attempt to become a skiptracer. This already almost impossible task is made all the more difficult by his first score, a young girl who won''t speak, but who changes his life in ways he could never imagine. Includes a bonus preview chapter from NEVER FADE!'
Publish date: July 16th 2013
Publisher: Disney Publishing Worldwide
Pages no: 89
Edition language: English
Series: The Darkest Minds (#1)
Huh. Is it me or does Alexandra Bracken not remind you of...
Oh my... what did I just read? I'm a really sensitive person, all I need to get tears out is Lilo that cries over Stitch leaving... Really! A beautiful short story, hearbreaking... Alexandra Bracken what are you doing to me? First you shock me with Darkest Minds ending and now you break my heart wit...
Wow. I feel like I just finished a full length novel. There was more story packed into this little novella than many of the novels that I've read. I felt like I finished this book with a lot more insight into the series. Some of the other series novellas that I've read felt like filler but this ...
3.5/5 starsThat's a really shocking ending! I didn't cry at the end of the novella. I just felt sad. It happened so fast that I don't know how to react properly.But I did cry, though. I cried when I read "Liam is fine" because he isn't. Far from it. My heart hurts everytime I think about the ending ...
I felt as though In Time was a great addition to The Darkest Minds series. Gabe oscillated between tolerable and intolerable throughout almost the entire novella however. Zu was the shining star in this and she was able to bring out the best in Gabe, a tendency I felt she exemplified rather well in ...