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  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0316381969
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316381963
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 2.5 x 21 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 318 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #50,290 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Fans of The Hunger Games will love this book. Sun Fantastic teen romance... packed with powerful and empowered characters. Starburst magazine Fast-paced and engaging...there are multiple fascinating issues that appear to have arisen in this post-apocalyptic society. The Book Bag An adventurous page-turner... dramatic, open, fast and accessible Adventures with Words 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 was practically glued to the pages. City of Books An ingenious double-twist on the jeopardy-driven 'lifeboat' scenario Evening Standard --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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Kass Morgan received a bachelor's degree from Brown University and a master's from Oxford University. She currently works as an editor and lives in Brooklyn, New York.


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This Book Totally Blew My Mind!

I Am a HUGE Fan of The TV Show and Am a Bellarke Fan. There Was a Totally Unnecessary F Bomb Towards The End.

Other Then That,This Book is Clean. and It's SO Intense,Romantic,Exciting Etc
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Earth is a hard place to live. From the climate, to the other creatures, the planet can be one big death trap to an ill prepared survivor. So why do we call this death trap of a planet home? Easy because we were meant to survive it. From our physical capabilities, our capacity to learn, even our instincts was meant not only to survive but to thrive on the planet. Weather we were born on this planet, or not, the human part of us knows that the earth is home, and that our bodies can survive it.

The rest of the Colony have decedent to Earth. Or well the lucky ones. Due to the hurried evacuation, only the ones who pushed their way through made it to Earth. The rest was left to die on the Colony, as the oxygen supply steadily decreases. Glass and Luke (after making up once again) are happy that they made it onto the drop ship, and survived the crash landing to earth. Unfortunately the Chancellor did not make it onto the ships, but the Vice Chancellor did. Wells is saddened by the loss of his father, and has to struggle to maintain his authority despite the presence of the Vice Chancellor and his armed guards. Clark urges Bellamy to hide, as the only reason why he got to earth was holding the Chancellor hostage, and getting him shot. Because Bellamy is stubborn, he doesn’t listen to Clark and makes his presidents known to the Vice Chancellor. Due to his actions he almost gets Clark, Wells, and himself killed. With a new powerhouse (Vice Chancellor) in the area the original hundred has to fight amongst themselves as well are the “bad” Earthborns who aren’t going to stay hidden any longer.

Kass Morgan did an okay job in the final book of The Hundred trilogy.
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I've just finished reading all three books in the 100 trilogy. It's definitely easy reading. Kass Morgan has all the basics down, except for maybe saidisms and some minor telling instead of showing (overuse of adverbs in dialogue, simply describing a character as angry instead of jotting down that frown or scowl we as the readers want to see).

... The first two books, in my opinion, are the best, but this is the first book/series of books where I actually thought the TV show (usually in this case movie/movies) was better than the actual book. But that's not a bad thing! The producers took a premise that worked and ran with it, taking all the good ideas and discarding the rest, before filling it with their own ideas. The result was something much more fleshed out than the books, populated by much more interesting characters, grittier storylines and not to mention much needed realism (the actions of the characters in the book series often felt forced).

Still, the 100 book series is an entertaining different take on 100 juvenile prisoners being sent to their death, for all intents and purposes, on a devastated post-nuclear Earth.
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The ending was pretty weak, not exactly where I thought the story would go. The show on CW may be to blame for that, but I still recommend reading this book!
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no terribly sorry this book was really, really disappointing. Not a lot of action. And I hate to say it, the tv series was better on netflix than the book!!! that tv series ruined the book series for me. Yet again maybe this is why books cannot compete with tv and digital media. It all makes it more believable, and is able to expand more. Pushing the limits of what cannot be seen, heard, colors, projections, and feelings, felt and experienced. When watching that type of media on the television.
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