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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Delacorte Press (Jan. 7 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0385742495
  • ISBN-13: 978-0385742498
  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 2.2 x 21.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 431 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #164,295 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Pure, adrenaline-fueled plot...Fans of Starters will gobble this up." - Booklist

"Delightfully disturbing...a solid conclusion that will repay readers." - Kirkus Reviews

About the Author

LISSA PRICE is the award-winning international bestselling author of STARTERS, published in over thirty countries. She has lived in India and Japan but now resides in Los Angeles. You can visit her at www.LissaPrice.com.

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Note: Some sequels read well as standalone novels. However, I would not say this is one of them, and I highly recommend reading Starters before reading Enders.

At the end of the first book, Starters, Callie believes that Prime Destinations has been destroyed, and that Metals (Starters who had the Renter chip implanted in their brains) are now safe. She just wants to find a way to remove the chip which is embedded in her brain without killing herself in the process.

But it turns out that the danger to the Metals has simply gone underground. The Old Man is still around -- and he is trying to round up all the Metals he can find, for use as something far more sinister than just rentals to Enders.

What's more, he has developed a way to access and control Callie through her chip while she is conscious, and he is tormenting her by constantly watching her activities and whispering taunts inside her head -- and forcing her to do horrendous things against her own volition.

And things are getting even more complicated: Callie's father, whom she believed was long-dead, seems to be contacting her through her chip. Is he really alive? Or is this just emotional manipulation by someone else with their own dangerous motives?

Meanwhile, Callie is torn by her feelings for Blake, the senator's son with whom she briefly had a relationship (or so she thought), Michael, her friend and companion since the biological weapon devastated her world, and Hyden, a young man who kidnaps her, claiming to be the son of the Old Man who is working toward destruction of his father's evil plans.
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By Rose TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Feb. 22 2014
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Keeping to the tradition of most series these days, this one wasn't as good as the first. Things seemed a bit too forced or convenient. The natural flow of things wasn't there. Sure, there were some nice twists but overall it just didn't have that spark the first one had.

Boy, have the elderly been made to seem evil in this one. The first book seemed to have a few greedy Enders but this one makes it out like finding a nice senior is almost impossible. Unrealistic.

Now that it's over, I'm curious about the Spore War...some country wipes out all the adults leaving only children and the elderly but then what? No invasion. No continuing war. There had to have been some point to it. You don't just wipe out millions of people for the fun of it.

Overall it was a decent read. I would recommend it for young adults but older adults like myself can't help but question the lack of reality in this one.
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I had no idea where this book was going the whole time, it was a nice finish and also suprising which was nice. I liked it as much as Starters!
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Loved both STARTERS and ENDERS. I couldn't put them down. I will be on the lookout for all books Lissa Price!!!
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HASH(0xa5f790cc) out of 5 stars Excellent Second Book!!! Jan. 7 2014
By The Book Runner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
I loved Starters and Enders is a great sequel. You MUST read Starters to enjoy or even understand what is going on in Enders. The only thing I wish there was more of in both books was romance; it was sadly too supine!!!! Other than that, it was fast paced, exciting, surprising and continued in that "out of body" experience that Starters introduced us to.

Callie finds out in Starters that "you win or lose by the way you chose" and she lost big time when she chose to have a chip planted in her head hoping to get medical help for her brother, Tyler with her sacrifice. Instead, she got a lot of drama and intrigue that almost got her killed in Starters and continued to keep her life in peril in Enders. In Starters, Callie found that she was present when her body was rented out. In Enders Callie finds that others have found a way to control her and her actions while she is still conscious. This is a real danger for her and others as tyhe could be used as terrorist weapons. Since she can't remove the chip, the only way she can live safely is to find "the Old Man" and stop him.

Callie is being targeted by "the Old Man" who can now talk to her in her head. He is blowing people up to show her that he is still in control despite her blowing up Prime Connections. She doesn't know how to get him out of her head, and when she starts hearing her dead father's voice too, she becomes confused, wanting to believe he is still alive, despite KNOWING he is dead. Then she is kidnaped/rescued by Hyden, the son of the Old Man who has skin that can't be touched without causing him severe pain.

Michael is still a minor character whose job is to babysitter Tyler and is used as pawn against her. Callie is still looking for Helena's granddaughter, but is in for a surprise when she finally finds her. She leads them to an organization, headed by Enders, and a man named Dawson who wants to do some tests on Callie to control her, just like the Old Man does. They don't seem to be that much better than the Old Man, but Callie agrees to the tests to save Hyden. While Hyden deceived Callie, the Enders headed by Dawson controlled her body, making her a killing machine within their control. She could only helplessly watch her body as it did Dawson's bidding.

There are major plot changes and twist and turns at the end that really make the story more exciting and as nail-biting as Starters was. There is some kissing but really not enough romance, in my opinion, and that is the only thing I would REALY change or add to this story. It needed that human element to it. If you like Starters, you will not be disappointed with Enders..

No profanity, some very minor kissing, lots of violence.

Would I/Did I buy it? Yes
Would I read it again? Yes
Would I recommend it to friends? Yes
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5f79120) out of 5 stars A Real Page Turner! Jan. 19 2014
By Erin Cashman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
I adored Starters, and Enders was just as mesmerizing. This beautifully written novel is full of action, suspense, and plot twists that kept me on the edge of my seat. I can't wait to read what Lissa Price writes next!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5f79558) out of 5 stars Recommend for young adults only Feb. 22 2014
By Rose - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Keeping to the tradition of most series these days, this one wasn't as good as the first. Things seemed a bit too forced or convenient. The natural flow of things wasn't there. Sure, there were some nice twists but overall it just didn't have that spark the first one had.

Boy, have the elderly been made to seem evil in this one. The first book seemed to have a few greedy Enders but this one makes it out like finding a nice senior is almost impossible. Unrealistic.

Now that it's over, I'm curious about the Spore War...some country wipes out all the adults leaving only children and the elderly but then what? No invasion. No continuing war. There had to have been some point to it. You don't just wipe out millions of people for the fun of it.

Overall it was a decent read. I would recommend it for young adults but older adults like myself can't help but question the lack of reality in this one.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5f79918) out of 5 stars loved it Feb. 11 2014
By adora - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I enjoyed this book a little more then book one, everything about this book was great.

This book had a really great concepted to it and it pulled me in right away. The main character Callie was so easy for me to fall in love with I just wanted everything to get better for her, but it seem the more she try to make it right the worst things got.

The author wrote this book so well it had me so involved in it from the start. I feel that I can say that this author has made my favorite authors list, I cant wait to read more from this author. This is a very good book and i would recommend this book to anyone how loves a good read. Thios will be a book that i will read for years to come.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5f799fc) out of 5 stars One of my favorite books! Jan. 10 2014
By Jerrod L. Barenbaum - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Enders is a worthy sequel to the masterfully written Starters. Lissa Price does a wonderful job in weaving a complex plot that keeps you on the edge of your seat and doesn't beat around the bush. Both Starters and Enders are action packed and make you want to read the entire book in one sitting. Enders is filled with plot twists and climactic scenes that make you wish the series was more than just a duology.


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