A "fast-paced and engrossing" (Publishers Weekly) sci-fi novel that asks the question: What would you do to survive? When the black spheres filled the sky, anyone caught beneath them would vanish in a flash of blue-white light. Huddled indoors, the survivors were unaware if what was happening in... show more
A "fast-paced and engrossing" (Publishers Weekly) sci-fi novel that asks the question: What would you do to survive? When the black spheres filled the sky, anyone caught beneath them would vanish in a flash of blue-white light. Huddled indoors, the survivors were unaware if what was happening in their neighborhoods was happening worldwide. Josh is trapped at home with his father, whose sanity is starting to erode from the endless confinement. Megs struggles to survive in a hotel parking garage where she sees human nature at its worst. For both of them, food, water, and time are running out. And hovering patiently above them is an extraterrestrial enemy that has inexplicably declared war against humanity…
Publish date: April 24th 2012
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Questo libro mi ha attirato fin dall'inizio inizialmente credevo fosse la solita storia di alieni ma mi sono ricreduta non appena iniziato a leggerlo. All'interno di questo romanzo di 291 pagine troviamo la storia di due ragazzi Megs di 12 anni che vive a Los Angeles, in fuga con la madre dal compag...
Picked this up for my son to read, but he wasn't interested. Cabin Fever plus Sci Fi = interesting relationships and situations. Basically enjoyable.
From the start the story really hooked me in and I couldn't stop reading! It follows the stories of two kids who are trapped in very different situations after an Alien invasion, although the things that happen to them mirror each other. After the Aliens have invaded no-one can go outside without g...
Many thanks to UK Book Tours for allowing me to participate in the tour of this book.It is with regret that I have to say I would not have finished this book if it hadn't been sent to me for review as part of a blog tour. However, I ploughed on through to the very end and I was thoroughly disappoint...
Another alien invasion book? Well done! But there’s much more within these pages than just an alien invasion. I know! I wondered about it too; there’s not much you can possibly achieve story-wise if people get zapped by these black ‘Pearls-Of-Destruction’ balls that dot the sky as soon as they step ...