The Infinite Sea (5th Wave)
Publish date: 2014-11-05
Publisher: Thorndike Press
Pages no: 421
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
I was interested to see where this book was going to go after I finished the first one.In Infinite Sea we are not focusing on Cassie as we did before we are getting the point of view from Ringer. Though I was kind of thrown off from when we would change from Ringer to Cassie and what she was going t...
4.5 starsThis is full of so many unexpected things that it's hard for me to grasp it all. I'm not certain what is real at this point. I was totally into the book every second, but now I think I need to go over it again maybe to really understand. I thought this was way better than book 1, but both...
For Cassie Sullivan and the rest of Earth's remaining human survivors, the situation was already desperate when the 5th Wave hit. It's about to get worse. No one yet knows the depths to which Earth's conquerors - the Others - will sink in order to rid the Earth of the human infestation, nor have the...
Wow, this was a hard one for me to rate. It started out with a lot of choppiness and no clear cut separations between chapters, even more so then the first book I thought. I had to reread the first few paragraphs in each chapter to figure out what character they were even talking about. Also a maj...
So in my review for The 5th Wave I said: I'm hoping that I wont have it figured out in the first 10% of the book. Maybe I can turn my brain off for a bit and just sit back and enjoy it. Well I didn't have this book figured out it the first 10% but that's because this book makes a lateral movement ...