When a Pincent Pharma lorry is ambushed by the Underground, its contents come as a huge surprise - not drugs, but corpses in a horrible state. It appears Longevity isn't working and the drugs promising eternal youth are failing to live up to their promises. A virus is sweeping the country,... show more
When a Pincent Pharma lorry is ambushed by the Underground, its contents come as a huge surprise - not drugs, but corpses in a horrible state. It appears Longevity isn't working and the drugs promising eternal youth are failing to live up to their promises. A virus is sweeping the country, killing in its wake, and Longevity is powerless to fight it. When Richard Pincent of Pincent Pharma suggest that the Underground has released the virus, something has to be done to put the story straight and once and for all alert everyone to the truth.
źródło opisu: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2010
źródło okładki: http://www.bloomsbury.com
Publish date: sierpień 2011 (data przybliżona)
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: The Declaration (#3)
The end is sort of clusterfuck of double crosses and betrayals. You never have time to figure out what really is going on before the next twist is introduced. And I'm sorry but Anna and Peter are supposed to be 16 or 17 and they're raising two children on their own and helping lead a revolution that...
I read The Declaration (Book #1) ages and ages ago, and I absolutely loved it. It was one of the books that made me fall in love with the dystopian genre as a whole. A few years later I read The Resistance (Book #2), which I didn't enjoy as much, but I still thought it was a good book. I was pumped ...
So, this is the end of the Declaration series as it currently stands and I found The Legacy to be a moving and befitting ending to a series that has kept me on my toes, questioned philosophical and ethical matters and delivered them in Gemma Malley's beautiful writing.However, it has to be said that...