Jou itibaren 70210 Selles, Fransa
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This is a great book that I highly recommend. I read it a few years ago and it is still with me. Having just finished "Twisted River" I thought of this book regarding the 9/11 references. The New York feel in the book is so true it engulfs you.
Lies is a very exciting sequal in the Gone series that makes you want more. Sam, the hero, quits his 'job' when he is overcome by the amount of responsibility he has. The FAYZ is sent into chaos of the diminishing food and water supply. Grant sets the mood so well that it makes me hungry just reading it. Astrid finds herself to be somewhat the Mayor of the tiny beach town. New characters are introduced while old, dead characters seem to come back to life. Lies plot starts slow and stays fairly sedate till near the end of the book, where it ends with a 'bang.' Although Grant is good at keeping the reader reading and setting the mood for the readers, this book didn't seem to hold up to the expectations of the previous two books.
riddled with cliches and boring, nowhere near as good as a fine balance. I gave up after 50 pages.