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“The Gone books have been one of the most dependable YA series inrecent history. Readers dying for this series ender will be rewarded by Grant’s characteristicnonstop action. He keeps readers where he’s always had them—on the edge of their seats—until the very end.” (ALA Booklist)

“As a series finale, this book is more than satisfying—it is epic.” (Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA) (Starred Review))

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It's been over a year since all the adults disappeared. Gone.

In the time since everyperson over the age of fourteen disap-peared 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 daughter, Gaia. Gaia is endlessly hungry for destruction. She yearns to conquer her Nemesis, Little Pete, and then bend the entire world to her warped will. As long-standing enemies become allies, secrets are revealed and unexpected sacrifices are made. Will their attempts to save themselves and one another matter in the end, or will the kids of Perdido Beach perish in this final power struggle?

Light, the sixth and final book in the New York Times bestselling Gone series by Michael Grant, creates a masterful, arresting conclusion to life in the FAYZ.

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  • Relié: 432 pages
  • Editeur : Katherine Tegen Books (2 avril 2013)
  • Collection : Gone
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0061449180
  • ISBN-13: 978-0061449185
  • Dimensions du produit: 14 x 3,4 x 21 cm
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Michael Grant est le coauteur des séries à succès Animorph et The Everworld. Il vit en Caroline du Nord, aux États-Unis, avec sa femme Katherine Appelgate qui est écrivain également, et leurs deux enfants.

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Par Julie Robert le 20 août 2013
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Très bon livre, enfin la fin de la série !
Michael Grant et un génie :) Ca a été un plaisir de lire la saga Gone
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The Endgame 2 avril 2013
Par Timm - Publié sur
Format: Relié
[Disclaimer: I already posted the below review on my "home" Amazon-site, / included here as probably the majority of the LIGHT target audience is on]

I discovered the GONE-series rather late in its lifecycle, when the first 3 books were already available in German and books 4 & 5 in English. So while I was fortunate enough being able to read through all 5 books within a couple of weeks, when I finished FEAR in December with that cliffhanger ending of the dome becoming transparent after one year of isolation between the FAYZ and the outside world, I could not wait to get my hands on the final and concluding book of the series. So, I already then pre-ordered the Kindle version of LIGHT, and even scheduled a day off work for its release on April 2. And yes - it was worth the wait, and I enjoyed the better part of today to read it in one go from start to the end.

I don't want to spoil anything detailed in this review for those who look forward to enjoying this read, but let me note a few impressions. LIGHT truly is the endgame of the series, and like all epic battles between Good and Evil, the end only comes after a long fight with many casualties. Despite the transparent dome, the FAYZ goes to some dark places before the end... There is lots of blood and deaths, and not everyone you loved will survive. All main characters appear again and have their moments. The open questions from the previous books get addressed, and loose ends are tied up (in what I consider to be a satisfying way). There are lots of moments in this final book that will make you smile, or laugh out loud, and some might even move you to tears.

Bottom line, for me, LIGHT has stayed true to the characters and the story built up over the past five books, and presented us with an enjoyable ending that is fully appropriate for such a great book series. I envy everyone out there who may still look forward to reading the complete series for the first time. You are in for a ride!

To quote Michael Grant's own counting, with LIGHT being done, I have spent over 3'000 pages worth of reading time in the FAYZ. It was an amazing journey, and I enjoyed every second of it.
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Masterful Conclusion to a Series Destined to Become a Classic 12 avril 2013
Par Anastasia McPherson - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I bought the first Gone novel on impulse just days after its initial release and have been avidly following the series ever since. Endings, wherein the author has to solve the mysteries and bring all of the plots and sub-plots to completion in a believable way for the reader are understandably difficult and Michael Grant has succeeded beyond even the wildest of expectations. Gone is at heart about the characters and the relationships, but the series also has strong plotting and if the ending hadn't been done well, the brilliance of the heart-rending characters, their loves and hates and the terrible choices they have to make would have been weakened. Let me just say there isn't anything weak about the finale.

It has been over a year since the Dome descended on Perdido Beach, originally trapping everyone under the age of fifteen within its sphere. Since then, the survivors have dealt with starvation, injury, disease, resource wars and power wars, the development of mutations that give some of the residents super powers and changed bodies and all of the emotional trauma and growth that such a situation brings. Friendships and loves and coalitions are built and destroyed and built again with new formations. Moral choices are made, reviewed, regretted and lived with in situations where there are no good choices and the effects on Perdido Beach and on the characters are lasting, real and believable.

The Gone series and Light in particular are so well plotted and action-packed that it would be easy to overlook the fact that these novels are in fact profoundly moral character studies with real depth. The Dome around Perdido Beach has become transparent and people can now see both out and in, but the children still aren't free. The watching world is beginning to get some idea of just how terrible conditions have been for the children trapped within not only because of the physical and emotional condition of the children, but because the skirmished and conflict that mark life in the Fayz are all to visible to the watching world.

Add to that the sense of destiny descending in the form of a final battle between the beleaguered residents of the Fayz, the evil that grew out of the nuclear accident and a cosmic blowback and the residents lining up on both sides of the good and evil divide and the scene is set. Grant doesn't disappoint with his conclusion.

Not only do the characters have more believably human traits and choices for both good and evil, but all of the relationships are superb, both friendships and romances. I recently wrote a couple of bad reviews about YA fiction that had harmful messages about romance and it is a joy to report that all of the relationships in Perdido Beach are between flawed and lovable equals whether they be male of female, friends or lovers, gay or straight. It is an inspiration to read. Grant gets a big check plus for sending great messages to young people about what love actually is - that it involves the bad days as well as the good and that one loves the person not only for their virtues but for their flaws as well. An amazing message that we all need to read, hear and remember to practice.

I've been careful not to give spoilers about Light, leaving that for the reader to discover but Light is a strong finish to an amazing series, a series I honestly do believe will become a classic of the genre. If you haven't read the other novels in the Gone series, start at the beginning and have a wonderful book marathon. If you have been anxiously awaiting the finale, rest assured that Light is worth the wait and won't disappoint. Highest recommendation for the finale and the series.
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Couldn't have written a better finale 5 avril 2013
Par maria dawson - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
That was the best possible ending Mr. Grant could've possibly come up with. I have a long history with this series, starting to read them a little before the third book was released, and it has been the most meaningful and well written series I've seen in a long time. On the whole, these books are gory and scary and incredibly violent, but are also gripping, and have very well written characters, all of whom I loved. Light centers around the FAYZ kids's struggles against the gaiaphage child Gaia. This one, I think, is one of the darker ones of the series, with a very high death rate. Don't expect your favorites to survive. Also, the barrier becoming clear did not have as great an impact I expected, but it adds a nice layer to the story. Light also redeemed many characters, as well as made me love my favorites even more. Just like the previous books, the focus jumps around between multiple plot lines, which all tie nicely together after an 88 hour countdown. This book is definitely the endgame for this series, and it was probably my favorite out of all six. Go read it! It's so good!
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A wonderfully written story 20 avril 2013
Par Samaire Provost - Publié sur
Format: Relié
I have read each book in the GONE series and I waited for LIGHT and began reading immediately. I was thrilled with the story, with the nonstop action, and ESPECIALLY with the theme of redemption. This final book is absolutely perfect, and I could not put it down. I will miss Sam, Edilio, and all he rest. Great, fully fleshed out characters. Michael Grant can WRITE! Yeah! Can't wait to see what he does next...
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The End 2 avril 2013
Par Rachael - Publié sur
Format: Relié
The end of the FAYZ is near. The wall has become transparent and the Darkness has been reborn. Gaia is on the rampage and has the power to kill every single kid in the FAYZ. Even worse, if the wall comes down, it could bring disaster to the whole world.

Michael Grant is the master of writing realistic characters. Even though there are so many different characters, it is so easy to remember who is who. Each character, no matter how minor, is unique and has their own personality, each with different strengths, weaknesses, morals, and beliefs. They all have grown into new people throughout the series and continue to develop throughout Light.

Each page was full of emotion, action, sacrifice, and suspense. I had to read it in once sitting because I literally could not put it down. You'll be smiling and laughing, and then in tears a few pages later. Lets just say, don't expect all your favorite characters to survive.

This is my favorite series finale that I have read so far. Michael Grant ties up every loose end and answers every question that was raised during the series. He takes time at the end to give complete closure to the story.

Gone is one of the best YA series around, and Light does not disappoint. It was a high quality ending that I would recommend to anyone who's read the other books in the Gone series. And if you haven't, well what are you waiting for?
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