The Infinite Sea by Rick Yancey (The 5th Wave Series) (Book Summary) - Minute Book Report
New setting, it was extremly well written and kept my attention until the infinie, new supporting cast. The under-sea habitat and cramped submarines in this story kept me feeling the need to seek wide open spaces and fresh air. Rating details. As the third book in this series?
I did thoroughly enjoy the 4th Charlie. Readers also enjoyed. Infinitte even feels a bit of teenage envy toward the intelligent and highly competent soldier-girl? The book was never trite or tiresome or meandering.
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A third-person viewpoint is used for Evan, an alien who has shifted his allegiance in the face of true love and Ben Zombie , badly injured but still in command of the ragtag paramilitary group of creatively nicknamed children and teens. The action springs back and forth in place and time as readers learn why Poundcake no longer speaks, how Evan is related to super-strong Grace, and why chess is important to Ringer. Yancey keeps the pressure on, as Cassie and Ben seek to protect the younger humans and outsmart the devious Silencers. Ringer struggles to maintain her humanity in the face of nanotechnology and Evan struggles with turning his back on what his species has been working toward for thousands of years. With a 5th Wave movie in the works, and alien questions left unanswered, expect readers to be interested in this series for the foreseeable future. Silent and unseen, the Others watched the humans for ten thousand years before their invasion that slaughtered over 7 billion people through pestilence and coastal destruction, leaving them without food, electricity, medicine and with little hope.
Although Cassie has never trusted her, Ringer volunteers to recon infiite area before they make a final decision. The 5th Wave of the invasion is the worst of them all: the Others have taken over human bodies leaving people suspicious and fearful of one another, trusting no one. Wildly entertaining Lyza Saubon.
Writing workshops. Other editions. View more editions. The book was never trite or tiresome or meandering.