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Day 21: The 100 Book Two [Format Kindle]

Kass Morgan

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Fantastic teen romance... packed with powerful and empowered characters. (Starburst magazine)

Fast-paced and engaging. The back-stories that are gradually revealed for each of the characters are interesting, and provide intriguing hints at the tensions and problems that exist in the spaceships. From the strictly monitored one-child policy, to a democracy that is crumbling from within, and a distinct class system that is surely just a spark away from causing the entire colony to explode into conflict, there are multiple fascinating issues that appear to have arisen in this post-apocalyptic society. (The Book Bag)

Fans of The Hunger Games will love this book. (Sun)

The 100 is set to be the next big thing in the world of YA books and TV - I was thrilled to receive one of 100 proofs of the first book in the series to review. Before the paperback has even had its UK publication, a TV series is being developed by the people behind The Vampire Diaries and Gossip Girl, so I was keen to see what all the buzz was about... I found The 100 a rapid and enjoyable read - as a new entry into the Young Adult dystopia genre, this is an adventurous page-turner with plenty of action and even some romance... I very much enjoyed the descriptive elements of the setting too; the linked spaceships with their different classes of occupants were very well realised, and the sections set on Earth are extremely atmospheric, as the young people experience planet life for the first time. I found myself really gripped, racing through the action to see what would happen next. Morgan's style is dramatic, open, fast and accessible, and will certainly appeal to teenage readers of science fiction, and older ones too. (Adventures with Words)

If you read just one sci-fi/dystopian book this year...pick this one. It's incomparable to any other book alike, but for fans of Divergent and the classic The Hunger Games, you will adore this. (Pretty Little Memoirs)

I enjoyed every minute of it, and I cannot wait to see how they adapt it for the screen. I loved the world Morgan created, and the pacing was spot on... I find myself craving more of this story already... I genuinely can't wait. (Somewhere Between the Pages)

I was practically glued to the pages. (City of Books)

An ingenious double-twist on the jeopardy-driven 'lifeboat' scenario (Evening Standard)

Présentation de l'éditeur

Now a major TV series on E4. In this pulse-pounding sequel to Kass Morgan's The 100, secrets are revealed, beliefs are challenged, and relationships are tested. And the hundred will struggle to survive the only way they can - together.

It's been 21 days since The 100 landed on Earth. They're the only humans to set foot on the planet in centuries... or so they thought. Facing an unknown enemy, Wells attempts to keep the group together. Clarke strikes out for Mount Weather, in search of other Colonists, while Bellamy is determined to rescue his sister, no matter the cost. And back on the ship, Glass faces an unthinkable choice between the love of her life and life itself.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 320 pages
  • Editeur : Hodder & Stoughton (25 septembre 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00J379GCE
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Needs to have more action 16 septembre 2014
Par Ruthsic - Publié sur
At the end of The 100, Olivia had been kidnapped by some unknown group of Earthborns, the camp had been attacked and Asher killed, and Bellamy and Clarke had left to go looking for her. Day 21 begins in the aftermath, with Wells trying to calm down his fellow Hundred while Graham is trying to instigate war on them. When an Earthborn is captured, the rift between Wells and Bellamy, who had mostly a friendship in the 100, starts to erupt. Meanwhile, on the Colony itself, Phoenix quarantines itself from other classes and this threatens the peace there. Glass chooses to go to Luke but her heart is still heavy with the guilt of condemning his best friend to death. In fact, guilt is a common factor among the leads – Clarke over Lilly, Glass over Carter, Wells over what he did to the Colony and Bellamy for Octavia.

For book that promises to be a ‘pulse-pounding sequel’, it did not make my heart race. The drama between Bellamy and Clarke and Clarke and Wells is getting old. Wells getting a new love interest was maybe the only respite. Glass and Luke are back together and we also get to see the vapid Glass from before. There were a few overused tropes in the story though – the I-tell-you-the-truth-and-you-get-upset, the ex-girlfriend-knows-your-secret, and honestly it had more potential than that. I expected it to be akin to Shades of Earth since both dealt with recolonization of a planet, but Day 21 was more focused on teen drama than letting us vicariously enjoy the thrill of exploring a new land. The danger is quite dampened by the romance, and though I loved the couples it does get a bit boring. The exciting parts again came towards the end of the book, and I was surprised out of a hundred convicts, only one was actually capable of killing. It was certainly a surprise who it turned out to be, but too little too late.

The other band of survivors, the Earthborn, also don’t show up much which makes me wonder why they even bothered with the warning killing. The climax was pretty anti-climactic, right until the last moment. It left me wanting for something more exciting because this wasn’t what I expected out of this book. It was a tad bit better than the previous but a letdown, simply.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Premise, Bad Execution 19 octobre 2014
Par Sabrina Wolfheart - Publié sur
The only thing that got me to read this was (1) it was sent to me for review and (2) the cliffhanger of the first book did keep me going, although I cared for none of the characters. This felt like it was the climax of the first book, but the books were just split up and had some mediocre romance scenes thrown in to eat the pages. I really wanted to like this book. I really, really did. The characters from The 100 were so whiny, and I hoped they’d finally stop.

One of the more useless main characters finally did play a part in the actual part of the story, but other than that, it was no better than the first. The “a-ha” moments didn’t make me a-ha, and the romantic scenes had no effect on me. I probably won’t read the third book.

Okay, now let’s go character-by-character.

Wells. Wells is the only character with even a tiny bit of depth to him. That being said, he is so. whiny. He commits a crime, endangering thousands of peoples’ lives so that he can go with the rest of the hundred down to Earth, because one of them, Clarke, is his ex-girlfriend who now hates him. Wells is the Chancellor’s son, and a lot of him was there to add depth to the Chancellor, which didn’t really happen. He spends 99% of the time thinking about Clarke and the other 1% giving orders and actually being a character. But he has the right morales, and the right rationality; he was the only one who I could see was making a difference to the plot every chapter, while he organizes the camp on Earth to make sure they all stay alive.

Clarke. Okay. Clarke was also bearable. She’s a medical student who was arrested for some unknown reason, and now she is being sent to Earth. I felt that she actually did have quite a bit of depth to her, but only in the endless flashbacks. I think I’d rather read about life aboard the ship than on Earth. While the flashbacks are disorienting in the normal story, I cared about them much more than the actual plot. The MAJOR problem with Clarke is that she’s such a weak character in the actual plot. The entire storyline is basically about how Wells and Bellamy (he’s up next!) are fighting for Clarke’s admiration and love. Which I really wasn’t interested in.

Bellamy. Bellamy hasn’t committed a crime. He fought his way onto the ship to Earth so that he could protect his little sister, Octavia. I just don’t get him. Half the time, he’s yelling at his sister or Clarke, and then the other half he’s telling them how much he loves them.

That is all I have to say about him.

Glass. Glass was possibly the most irritating point of view. She is set to go down to Earth with Wells, Clarke, and Bellamy, but then she escapes so that she can go back to her ex-boyfriend. Let me emphasize EX-boyfriend. She has been arrested for quite a while now. Her boyfriend has moved on. But of course he’ll just break up with his current girlfriend, Camille, so that he can be with her. Who he hasn’t seen for months. And has been unexplainably absent. Honestly, Glass has no part in The 100. It’s only in Day 21 that she affects the plot in the smallest possible way. I didn’t get Camille either. She was really rude and disgusting about the whole thing. I WAS SO CONFUSED. Also, Glass is supposed to be Wells’s best friend back when they were on the ship. Yet Wells never even mentions her. Once.

Honestly, if it weren’t for the setting, this book would have had 1 tail, which is the lowest I go. Fortunately, there was the setting.

Do yourself a favor: DO NOT READ THIS BOOK.

2/5 stars
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The New Reality 24 novembre 2014
Par Nocturnus - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle
This series must be read in order. The first book is The 100 (The Hundred). This is the second book.

This is an awesome sequel and I loved it! The characters all grow immensely as they start being honest and quit hiding things from each other. I am really glad I read it and got to see how the writer's style evolved from one boom to the other. This was an incredibly well thought out book that made the characters so real it was hard to truly dislike anyone except for a few exceptions.

I would recommend this series to anyone who like post apocalyptic, apocalyptic, dystopian or SciFi fiction. Just remember this series is soft on science because it is more about the society than the science! And ABOVE ALL this is the original literary work and NOT a TV tie in! So read it as its own world not an extension of the TV series or you will be both confused and disappointed! I hope there is another book soon :) I can't wait to read Homecoming: The 100 Book Three!!!

***This series is suitable for mature young adult through adult readers
4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Fantastic Sequel 3 novembre 2014
Par Traci "The Reading Geek" - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle
I really enjoyed Day 21 a lot. I've been looking forward to this sequel all year because I really liked the first book and I couldn't wait to read what would happen next. (I'm also a big fan of the tv show). I thought that the first book in the series really focused on setting up the world and establishing the characters while this sequel was filled with twists and action.

Day 21 is told in the perspectives of Clarke, Wells, Bellamy, and Glass. Clarke, Wells, and Bellamy were all part of the first 100 sent to test if earth is habitable. 21 days now have passed and they have discovered that they aren't the only humans on earth. Bellamy is also doing everything that he can to find his sister, Octavia. Meanwhile back on the ship, Glass is facing a difficult choice.

Once again I loved that the reader gets to see what is going on down on earth with the 100, but also what is happening in space on the ship too. I thought that Clarke, Wells, Bellamy, and Glass were each developed more strongly in this book as well. I really enjoyed the different flashbacks that each character had in their chapters. It definitely helped me understand the characters and their actions better. I also loved that even the flashbacks provided some shocking twists and brought up the connections that these characters already shared in the past.

I found it was hard to put this book down for long once I started reading. There were so many twists that I definitely never saw coming. I just loved that this book absolutely kept me on the edge of my seat. Then I especially love the world that Morgan has built. The world-building and setting were my favorite parts of the first book and I was thrilled to see that Morgan continued to expand on it in Day 21.

Overall I loved Day 21. It is rare that I love the sequel more than the first book, but this was definitely one of those cases. I strongly recommend picking up this series. It's a story that will keep you guessing. I already can't wait to read the next book!
2.0 étoiles sur 5 An improvement over the first book despite its faults 1 novembre 2014
Par Erin - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle
Once I finished reading The 100, I moved on to Day 21. I wasn't a fan of the first book, but having already requested the second one, I figured I would read it next to get it out of the way. Thankfully, Day 21 was a significant improvement over its predecessor. Going into the book knowing it focused a lot more on the romance then on the science fiction aspect helped a lot too, I suspect. :)

A bunch of new characters are introduced in this one, some of them from the original hundred. I liked that we got to know more of them, but it felt like since the narrators were already semi-familiar with them, the reader never got a real introduction to them. It felt like some new names were just thrown in, and that left me feeling really confused for a while. I kept wondering if I should remember the characters from the first book, haha. But it was really nice to be introduced to more of the hundred, especially because I was hoping they'd be more likable than the main characters.

Day 21 has the same structure as The 100, with three POVs on Earth and one on the Colony. While I still felt like this was too many, at least the reader knows the characters now, and in Day 21, we finally get some of the much-longed-for character development that was more or less absent in the first book, due to the fact that the reader gets very little time with each character. I still didn't really care for the main characters much, but it was still a pretty big improvement!

In terms of world-building, there is a bit of an improvement versus what readers got in the first book, at least on Earth, though I will still disappointed on the "savage Earth" front. One entire section of the ship still remains unexplored, though, so that was pretty underwhelming.

I honestly wasn't too enthralled with this book, but about 2/3 of the way through, things picked up quite a bit, to the point that I'm interested in checking out the third installment in the series at some point. I still haven't seen any of the TV show, but I'm considering it, since I've heard it's better than the books. Day 21 was, despite its faults, a solid improvement over The 100, and I am happy that I am looking forward to learning where it's all going in book three.

I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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