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Day 21: The 100 Book Two par [Morgan, Kass]
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Praise for The 100:
"It's easy to be drawn in by the Lord of the Flies-style tension that builds as the teens struggle to set up a new society on a battered Earth, and by the smoldering romances that hang in the balance."―Publishers Weekly

"Dark and riveting...A mash-up of The Lord of the Flies, Across the Universe, and The Hunger Games."―Booklist

"A mash-up of the hit TV reality show Survivor and traditional science fiction...Morgan's weave of pop-culture elements and politics make for a gripping read."―School Library Journal

"Likely to be a hit with readers who want their Pretty Little Liars mixed with Lord of the Flies."―The Bulletin

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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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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 320 pages
  • Editeur : Hodder & Stoughton; Édition : 1st (25 septembre 2014)
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Par Kiki76 le 23 juillet 2015
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Quel dommage!

Le cent sont sur terre, ils commencent à s'organiser en petite société et découvrent les natifs de la terre (pas forcément ravis de voir leur congénères revenir) tandis que sur la station, les conditions de survie sont devenues tellement précaires que les élites décident de sacrifier les pauvres pour garder les réserves oxygène pour eux seuls... avec ce double jeu d'intrigues, on pouvait penser que ce 2° tome serait captivant... hé bien non. Les histoires d'amour d'adolescents boutonneux prennent le pas sur l'intrigue et on passe son temps à se dire:
"Ho! Chérie! Ta survie est en jeu, tu réfléchiras à savoir si tu veux coucher X ou Y pus tard, non?"
Des chapitres fleuves où il ne se passe rien. Ex: le chapitre où Glass essaie de changer de station en passant par l'extérieur dans une combinaison d'astronaute. 10 pages de : "je dois y aller pour Luc, mais j'ai peur, mais je dois y aller pour Luc, mais il y a du danger, oh la la, c'est dangereux... j'ai failli y rester, hou la la que j'ai peur, je vais mourir et perdre Luc... Luc, Luc, j'ai peur.... oh , ça y est j'ai réussi!"

Du gâchis. J'ai même pas fini le livre tellement je m'ennuyais!
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j'ai hâte de lire le 3... de nouveaux personnages, et beaucoup de rebondissements. Mais toujours aussi loin de la série...
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HASH(0x8a6f9c84) étoiles sur 5 A hugely gripping and action-driven new The 100 novel 22 octobre 2014
Par Z. de Ruiter - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Last year one of the most unexpected television shows to grab me in its addictive clutches was gritty sci-fi young adult series The 100. Based on a novel by the same name it chronicles the lives of one hundred teenage delinquents that are send in a dropship from a space station to planet earth. They're the guinea pigs, because nearly a hundred years earlier a select group of privileged humans left just before a Cataclysm hit, leading to a Third World War and leaving billions suffering before dying a horrible death.

Those that made it off earth in time have lived in reasonable comfort in space but the ship is becoming overcrowded and the time has come for the offspring of those that escaped to once more walk on the ground and be surrounded by natural wonders such as forests, mountains and lakes. However, before the entire population of the space station can go back to earth they want to ensure that the air is safe to breathe again and that is where the one hundred come in.

The TV-show finished on a huge cliff-hanger and so when I saw that publishers Hodder were offering proof copies of the second instalment in the book series for review on bookbridgr I quickly hit "request" as surely I couldn't be expected to wait several more months for the second series to start?! Unfortunately for me, I was wrong to make the assumption that the TV-show and book series were running parallel and the second book in the series, titled Day 21, seems to chronicle a period in timeI had already seen on the small screen.

Having said that, the television and book series are vastly different, for example characters that are dead in the TV-show are very much present in the second novel and the bad guys, the Earthborns, actually seem to be reasonable people. So, if like me, you have seen the television series, the best thing to do is to see the books entirely separate and read them on their own. I would also advise to start with the first book, rather than the second one like I did, as I admit that I was pretty confused for the first few chapters because the story and the characters' actions were so different from what I'd come used to when watching them on television.

The title of the second written instalment, Day 21, refers to the time it takes people to start showing signs of radiation poisoning when it's only lingering in the water or the ground and so doesn't show any immediate effects. As some of the one hundred are starting to get ill, the medically knowledgeable Clarke is worried that radiation though not obvious from the moment they landed on earth is still very much a problem.

However, she doesn't have much time to contemplate the matter as they've just been attacked by Earthborns and Bellamy's younger sister Octavia has been kidnapped, so Clarke and Bellamy leave the camp and try to rescue the young girl before it's too late.

Meanwhile, time is running out for those remaining on the space station. Oxygen levels are low in large parts of the colony and Glass is trying to smuggle her boyfriend Luke into the more privileged Phoenix so she can be with her mother and the three of them have a better chance to make it to one of the dropships being prepared to go to earth.

Interspersed with the discoveries on earth and Glass and Luke's mission are flashbacks from all of the leading characters before the one hundred left; we learn more about Bellamy and Octavia's harsh life in the care center, Clarke's friendship with Bellamy's girlfriend Lily and the terrible secret Clarke is carrying around, and another horrible secret which when revealed will undoubtedly break Glass and Luke apart.

While vastly different from my expectations, especially with characters acting contrary to what I was used to, I was swiftly pulled into the intriguing world of both the one hundred teenagers on earth (those that have survived from the first book at least) and the unlucky ones still remaining on the spaceship; desperate to make it to that very same green world they'd been wanting to return to for the past few generations.

Despite the large cast of characters, Author Kass Morgan manages to make each of her main boys and girls diverse and interesting in their own right, no matter whether a chapter is focusing on Clarke, Bellamy, Welsh or Glass, each of them is equally compelling and the storylines from earth and the spaceship are balanced well to create a hugely gripping and action-driven novel. There are also new twists around every corner, particularly in the flashback sequences which in turn provide a fascinating backdrop and are a great way to develop the characters in unexpected directions.

Day 21 is not a very thick novel and because I was so engrossed by the well-written story I finished reading it in just a single day. I initially requested it as I was desperate to find out what would happen to the characters in the TV-show next, but instead I've become invested in the book series in a completely different way and I'll now be eagerly anticipating not only the start of the second series on the small screen but also the release of the third book.
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HASH(0x8a6f9cd8) étoiles sur 5 An improvement over the first book despite its faults 1 novembre 2014
Par Erin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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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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HASH(0x8947112c) étoiles sur 5 The show is leaps and bounds ahead and better than the books 1 octobre 2015
Par Elyse - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
I can't really get behind the book series anymore because of the show. The show is leaps and bounds ahead and better than the books. The books are sooo slow. And I don't like the romantic developments in the books though I can see where they manipulated characters for the show. I might as well read Homecoming to complete the trilogy. I really like the show!! Oh, I'm also glad there was a nonchalant gay relationship in the book. Very nicely, quietly done. No big showy thing.
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HASH(0x894714f8) étoiles sur 5 and perhaps in better hands it could be every bit as good as ... 6 octobre 2015
Par Heather - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
There’s no doubt that the concept of this series is intriguing, and perhaps in better hands it could be every bit as good as the Hunger Games. Unfortunately, the writing feels rushed and superficial and despite the author being an editor herself, the novel needs a stronger editor’s pen to whip it into shape. Even something as simple as stripping out the trite phases that relate eureka moments to explosions in the mind and emotional punches as literal assaults on the chest would do wonders for this book.

I said in my review of The 100 that the book comes up wanting in comparison to the TV show and that is especially true of this second book in the series. There is a complete lack of conflict, except in the most superficial sense that some people don’t like each other, that makes the plot feel incomplete. The conclusion of The 100 promised action and tension, but every scene that could have been a point of rising tension was skipped over in favor of romance and coincidental relationship connections via flashbacks.
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HASH(0x894714a4) étoiles sur 5 Average, but interesting 3 octobre 2014
Par Giorgi Rekhviashvili - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Warning spoiler alert!!! I like both books in general. I am really looking forward to read the whole story but look: in the second part story about Clarke's parents seems so cheap. All the teenagers inter-swapping romantic relations with each other in a short amount of time _ that is not even close to real. If world is cruel and harsh then how come every key character stays alive? Come on! In real life most of them would die before the end of book 2. There is such feeling that instead of 100 kids there are only 20 not more.
Second book was much more predictable than the first one and to be honest, TV show is much better story than the book, but despite the things mentioned above I like them and would recommend it to everyone.
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