Rush pulls you headlong into the thrilling, high-stakes world of Eve Silver's teen series The Game, about teens pulled into and out of an alternate reality in which battling aliens is more than a game—it's life and death. This teen debut novel offers science fiction and gaming fans romantic... show more
Rush pulls you headlong into the thrilling, high-stakes world of Eve Silver's teen series The Game, about teens pulled into and out of an alternate reality in which battling aliens is more than a game—it's life and death. This teen debut novel offers science fiction and gaming fans romantic thrills at a breakneck pace.Seventeen-year-old Miki Jones's carefully controlled life spirals into chaos after she's run down in the street, left broken and bloody. She wakes up fully healed in a place called the lobby—pulled from her life, pulled through time and space into some kind of game in which she and a team of other teens are sent on missions to eliminate the Drau, terrifying and beautiful alien creatures.There are no practice runs, no training, and no way out. Miki has only the guidance of secretive but maddeningly attractive team leader Jackson Tate, who says that the game is more than that, and that what Miki and her new teammates do now determines their survival and the survival of every other person on this planet. She laughs. He doesn't. And then the game takes a deadly and terrifying turn.
Publish date: June 11th 2013
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books
Pages no: 361
Edition language: English
Series: The Game (#1)
Summary: So what's the game now? This or the life I used to know? Sixteen-year-old Miki Jones is pulled from her everyday life into an alternate reality game where she and a team of other teens battle the Drau—beautiful and deadly alien creatures bent on mankind's destruction. There are no dry runs...
As someone who isn’t really into video games, particularly first person shooters, I feel like a lot of this book was lost on me. That being said, I think even if I absolutely loved video games I would not have loved this.The amount of suspension of disbelief this book requires is just too much. The ...
*Received for free in exchange for an honest review* Rush was a good read! I am not salivating with a need to fangirl, but I enjoyed the ride Eve Silver took us on! The first thing I loved about the book was Miki Jones. She's sassy, a little messed up, and a stellar main characters. She's got a ...
Rush is a book like nothing else I have read. At first, I was like no way! The premise isn’t anything I would believe. It is a fantasy, like any other fiction. This book just takes this idea and runs off with it. Once I bought into it, I couldn’t shake it. I am caught in the web that is this story. ...
I loved Rush, but at the same time I didn't. There are parts of it that made me want to give it 4 stars and parts that made we want to give it 2, so it's getting a 3. First the bad: Too many of the usual boring YA tropes were used. Insta-love and what appeared to be a love triangle, which thankfully...