Luz

Luz HORAS MINUTOSTodas las miradas est n puestas en Perdido Beach ahora la c pula es transparente como el cristal y la vida en la ERA es visible al mundo exterior Pero la Oscuridad lejos de ojos i

  • Title: Luz
  • Author: MichaelGrant
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Paperback
  • 88 HORAS 39 MINUTOSTodas las miradas est n puestas en Perdido Beach ahora la c pula es transparente como el cristal, y la vida en la ERA es visible al mundo exterior Pero la Oscuridad, lejos de ojos indiscretos, no para de crecer y ha encontrado la manera de renacer La gay faga es ahora una ni a maliciosa y mutante, y tiene un hambre infinita de destrucci n.La sociedad88 HORAS 39 MINUTOSTodas las miradas est n puestas en Perdido Beach ahora la c pula es transparente como el cristal, y la vida en la ERA es visible al mundo exterior Pero la Oscuridad, lejos de ojos indiscretos, no para de crecer y ha encontrado la manera de renacer La gay faga es ahora una ni a maliciosa y mutante, y tiene un hambre infinita de destrucci n.La sociedad por la que los ni os de la ERA han luchado tan duramente est a punto de ser destruida para siempre Qui n sobrevivir para ver la luz del d a

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    1. AFTER READING: This series was the first book obsession I had in high school, and I believe that it actually made me more interested in books.And now I must say goodbye to this amazing series :'(BEFORE READING: WHY?WHY MUST THIS BOOK COME OUT AFTER THE WORLD ENDS?WHY?*Cries*EDIT:Okay! FALSE ALARM!!The world didn't end!

    2. Don’t fight it, Nemesis. The end is the best part of any story. The end.(view spoiler)[Diana: I’m sorry for hurting you. I know I did. I’m most likely dead now, and I guess if there’s any kind of fairness in the afterlife I’m probably in hell getting roasted. But if that’s where I am, I want you to know, I still love you. Always did. Love, Caine (hide spoiler)]-------------------------CONTAINS SPOILERS-----------------------------I remember back when the first Gone book came out, I w [...]

    3. Overall, this was one of the best YA series I have ever read, solely based on the crisp writing style, amazingly fleshed out cast of characters, and relentlessly interesting and compelling plot. This was the series that really got me to read ravenously, and this ending was the best I could have imagined.I recommend this series to all.

    4. Raise your hand if you opened this book and did not put it down until you got to the last page? *raises both hands*Holy crap and a half, Batman. Michael Grant, I applaud you, good sir. A perfect ending to a nail-biting series. I laughed, I cried, I screamed, I cried, I threw my Nook in angst, I cried some more, I cheered, I cried and I cried and I cried. And. favorite character.DID NOT DIE!!!!!!! ^.^And thank you, thank you, thank you, for adding in the Aftermath Chapters -I would have driven my [...]

    5. And so the Gone series has come to an end. I'm obviously not going to post any spoilers for the ending and I see no real point in reviewing just this book because you're probably going to base your decision of whether or not to read Light on your experience with the previous books. So I thought I'd do something of a series review here, for those who haven't picked up this series and are maybe considering it. Or those who haven't heard of the Gone series before and find themselves randomly on thi [...]

    6. Well, I finished it. And one thing tastes bitter.(view spoiler)[ CaineGod, I called that sacrifice. And the gaiaphage being in his head. And him writing letters and taking the blame for the FAYZ. That is almost exactly the way I wanted him to go. The Petey thing was just icing on the cake.And it sucks. Because now he's dead. He was a great character, and I had just begun to love him, and he's dead. I keep telling myself that this is how he would have wanted to go, but I'm still numb and on the v [...]

    7. So I haven't started it quite yet. I'd like to finish my current reads before tackling this one, I think.

    8. Update 7/28/2013.Well it's kind of a bitter sweet feeling that this series is now over. I really enjoyed this series probably more then any other series I have ever read. It's very rare that I love every book in a series and in this series, I can't pick my favorite simply because they were all amazing. The only reason I'm giving this book 4 stars is because he killed Breeze. Fuck you Michael. That was legit the only person I wasn't going to be okay with dying and you killed her. I literally star [...]

    9. If you haven’t yet begun this series I urge you not to continue, or even are at least finished FearWARE OF EMOTIONAL OUTBURSTS, TOO.Originally published at Book Probe Reviews.‘Turn out the light, Sam.’Sam reached for the switch and turned out the light.For the past four years I’ve followed Michael Grant’s Gone series. I’ll admit I came to this party almost three years late. One day browsing Borders I stumbled upon this book with blue-edged pages. That book was, of course, the UK hard [...]

    10. I can't wait! Although, not to criticize, but come on. Gone. Hunger. Lies, Plague, Fear. And now LIGHT? Really? Maybe the title should have been a LITTLE less positive. It's making me worried that it will have a cruddy, cliche happy ending, like the FAYZ wall comes down, and everyone's happy and it's all virtual reality and the dead kids aren't really dead. I'm crossing my fingers that this amazing series won't end in an annoying way!

    11. So I started reading this the night before school, I told myself that it was going to be very emotional for me and that I was going to cry a lot. So the next day I continued reading at school, and as I was reading, I thought "Ha, this isn't that bad after all, I don't even feel remotely upset", only to get half way through the book and find tears streaming down my cheeks and goosebumps on my arms, several times I had to stop reading because I seriously couldn't control my emotions, even now, wri [...]

    12. All right does anybody else think that the Gone kids should have a massive battle with freaky mutant alpacapillars to free themselves from the FAYZ?e I do.

    13. For more of my reviews, go to rachelefisherTitle: Light (Final book in the Gone Series)Author: Michael GrantRating: 5 Stars Summary - It's been over a year since all the adults disappeared. Gone.In the time since every person over the age of fourteen disappeared from the town of Perdido Beach, California, countless battles have been fought: battles against hunger and lies and plague, and epic battles of good against evil. And now, the gaiaphage has been reborn as Diana's malicious mutant daughte [...]

    14. “Sam’s probably out there somewhere being his usual heroic self,” Caine said. “I can’t let that boy save the world all alone. I’d never live it down.” WARNING: this review may contain spoilers, and a LOT of incoherent ramblingYeah, ok, so um *takes deep breath* *shrieks*Yeah this was pretty much the endgame the dying of the FAYZ, blah blahTo me, it was just a punch in the face? Crying? nooooo thats just THE FRIKKIN BLOOD OF 15 YEAR OLD CHILDREN IN MY EYES.All severe sentimentality [...]

    15. REVIEW AND RECAP, TO BE COMPLETED AFTER THIS CAN'T-WAIT-FOR-IT-TO-SAVE-MY-EVER-LOVING-LIFE NOVEL IS IN MY HANDS NEXT SPRINGMore than a year ago, Perdido Beach, CA, was cut off from the world by an impenetrable force field twenty miles in diameter. All the children age 14 and under remained, while everyone else vanished, resulting in what was called the Fallout Alley Youth Zone or FAYZ. Some of the kids developed powers. All sorts of powers.More than eight months ago, the food started to run out, [...]

    16. AAAAAAAAH!!!! End of review. Okay, I’ll give a little more then that, but I warn you: I have an explicit book-hangover at the moment and the only thing I can focus on is “aaaah!”Closing an epic series is no easy task. In fact, the book either ends up a roaring success or a roaring failure – not much middle ground. Fortunately (for me, that is), LIGHT ended up a screaming success. It blew me out of the water with sheer awesomeness and I might have throw the book across the room a few time [...]

    17. If there's one series that captures my teenage years, it's this one. I picked up Gone five years ago at the age of 13 maybe because Sam was cute, not like I knew I was into guys at the time and five books later I've finished the series, now as an adult. I have so much history with this series, and I doubt any sleeping aid would give me back the hours I've spent reading it late into the night.If you haven't read Light yet or the books preceding it, I'd recommend skipping this paragraph and catchi [...]

    18. I really hope this nook shows them adjusting to life outside the FAYZ. Personally, i think it will. In Gone, everyone was gone from the start. In Hunger, there was hunger from the start, ext. I think at the end of fear the wall will come down, allowing the kids back into the outside world. Then light will explain how their lives changed. And hopefully an explantion about sam and caine and the whole adoption thing.

    19. LIGHT was absolutely amazing and I'm so sad that it's over. What a fantastically satisfying conclusion to one of my favorite series ever!Watch me babble incoherently about it on my video mini-review on the blog here-Kit(Also, we're giving away the books on the blog! Giveaway)

    20. If Sam dies, I think I will also die a little inside.EDIT: MARCH 3: Holy f***. Holy f***. Holy shit. What the f***. How the f*** am I supposed to live now? This was the best book of the year for me, so far, and that's a lot since I'm mainly a romance reader and this is not a typical romance.But OMG. It was so badass, you guys, the end was so badass. Like you would not believe. You will laugh, you will cry, you will gasp, your heart will wrench and break and then break again and then shatter and [...]

    21. Series review. This isn't an actual review because I don't remember what happened in which books, even though I reread this series like eight times. I just want to reassure you all that I love the series to the end. I am so, so okay with this conclusion??My original review of this was “In this cruel world of YA lit, all I have left is Diana's character arc.” And I want to talk about this character arc a little. Diana is a self-confessed “bad girl.” She's not the greatest person; within t [...]

    22. r Okay so I've been thinking: what if in the end of Fear the walls of the FAYZ come crashing down? Before you tell me it's crazy, hear me out. Okay so in Gone the adults disappear like page 1 and in plague the sickness starts in what? Chapter 2? So I think Light will be entirely about outside life as Sam as wondered about in Plague. Plus, we can hear from Connie and other adults. We could get a whole new perspective. I've been thinking about this for a really long time ( like a year) and want t [...]

    23. I can't believe it is over.Goodbye, Astrid. Your suffering was not in vain. Thank you for loving Sam.Goodbye, Caine. Your obsession with power broke my heart. Thank you for loving Diana.Goodbye, Diana. I know you. Thank you for loving Caine.Goodbye, Sam. Your reluctant hero was never a stereotype. Thank you for loving Astrid. Goodbye Edilio, Lana, Patrick, Breeze, Dekka,Orc, Quinn, Albert, Little Pete, and all FAYZ citizens. This has been an amazing journey.Thank you, Michael Grant for sharing t [...]

    24. NOTE: This review used to be predictions, but since I have read it now I am writing an ACTUAL review here.So one of my all time favorite series is over. It is actually the first time I have had to part with a favorite so far. I'm lucky that way, though the ending for those are close too. So I gave this book five stars, but I have a few VERY small complaints. This said, I ALMOST decided to give it four stars, but obviously I decided against it. I understand that when you are a writer it is hard t [...]

    25. 332 kids between the age of one month and fourteen years are confined within the FAYZ. 196 eventually emerged.136 lay dead.Dead and buried in the town plaza.Dead and floating in the lake or its shores.Dead in the desert. In the fields.Michael Grant takes us to place where all adults areGone Hungeris breaking them apart. They have toldLiesEveryone is dying from thePlauge They are all living inFearIn this book, the FAYZ wall is a glass. Adults CAN see the horror that is happening, but can only wat [...]

    26. Here are some of the things bouncing around my head right now, about this book:1.) I expected people to die. They did.2.) I also expected people I liked to die. They did. (Only two of the major characters die. Guess who?)And that'sally pretty much what happened. Not huge shockers in this one - most of the plot twist and FAYZ revelations happen in the earlier books of the series. Well, almost all of them. There aren't too many plot twists, or unexpected results here, which is part of what bugged [...]

    27. -------------------------------------------SPOILER ALERT-------------------------------------------------I wouldn't read this review unless you have read all of the series. I'm going to review the whole series (pretty much) on here, I think it would be difficult to review the books individually as they are so interlinked; even though they are different books they may as well be one, you couldn't read them as stand alone books. So two years ago, I picked up a book called Gone out of the library, [...]

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