Plague It s been eight months since all the adults disappeared GONE They ve survived hunger They ve survived lies But the stakes keep rising and the dystopian horror keeps building Yet despite the simmering
  • Title: Plague
  • Author: MichaelGrant
  • ISBN: 9780061449123
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Plague
    It s been eight months since all the adults disappeared GONE.They ve survived hunger They ve survived lies But the stakes keep rising, and the dystopian horror keeps building Yet despite the simmering unrest left behind by so many battles, power struggles, and angry divides, there is a momentary calm in Perdido Beach.But enemies in the FAYZ don t just fade away, and inIt s been eight months since all the adults disappeared GONE.They ve survived hunger They ve survived lies But the stakes keep rising, and the dystopian horror keeps building Yet despite the simmering unrest left behind by so many battles, power struggles, and angry divides, there is a momentary calm in Perdido Beach.But enemies in the FAYZ don t just fade away, and in the quiet, deadly things are stirring, mutating, and finding their way free The Darkness has found its way into the mind of its Nemesis at last and is controlling it through a haze of delirium and confusion A highly contagious, fatal illness spreads at an alarming rate Sinister, predatory insects terrorize Perdido Beach And Sam, Astrid, Diana, and Caine are plagued by a growing doubt that they ll escape or even survive life in the FAYZ With so much turmoil surrounding them, what desperate choices will they make when it comes to saving themselves and those they love Plague, Michael Grant s fourth book in the bestselling Gone series, will satisfy dystopian fans of all ages.
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  • MichaelGrant

    Okay, trying this again lost the bio I just spent 30 minutes writing So now it s just going to be incoherent rambling Yes, the earlier draft was also incoherent rambling, but way better I m the co author or author of about 160 books, including the ANIMORPHS series, the GONE series, the BZRK series, the MAGNIFICENT 12 series Mommy, make him stop saying series , the MESSENGER OF FEAR series, and soon well, eventually the SOLDIER GIRL series.The best way to reach me is at Twitter MichaelGrantBks I ll be honest I keep forgetting there s mail here Here s the thing I don t have an assistant or a staff I would, but then I d have to hire someone and train someone and give them stuff to do, and relate to them as a human being, possibly even care about them I m exhausted just thinking about it But if my handle is in the Tweet, I read it And once or twice a week I go on at random times to chat with fans I love my fans, but it s either be honest with you and be my actual self on Twitter, or fob you off on some assistant, and how would that be better I already have my father in law handling email from my ancient website I d rather be harder to write to but really be me, and really talk to you, if that makes sense Honestly, if it was up to me and I had the time we could all just hang out at random Starbucks Or if you re over 21, a pleasant cocktail lounge perhaps At some point there would be ice cream There must always, at some point in the day, be ice cream I also have a personal Facebook page at AuthorMichaelGrant, but that s limited to 5000 friends and apparently I actually have that many Who knew But I leave it public so if I have something to say I ll do it there I hope you ll give my books a try If you don t like one, that s cool, I don t like every book I read, either But maybe give them a try People seem to like them Now, my publishers want me to sell you on my stuff, so I ll do two brags 1 Everything I write is like nothing you ve ever read before in young adult literature I don t copy, I don t imitate, I don t clone 2 I know how to end a series And that s my advertisement Thank you.


  • This book pretty much completely overruled everything negative I may have said about Lies The last book seemed like the series was running out of juice and I found it impossible to believe that Grant could sustain the story throughout the 3 books he had planned But alas, all is forgiven and Plague was pretty much awesome, apart from some of the same old annoying factors that got on my nerves before in Gone and Hunger Books 1 and 2 built up this overall plot about the radiation effects from the [...]

  • POST READING UPDATE Why do I do this to myself Even as I was checking it out from the library, I was berating myself for my lack of common sense Checking out a book I am fully aware will terrify meAnd it did Not as much as the others, because I read it quickly and in the daylight, but I have the feeling I m going to be checking the far corners of my room for glowing green lights and being freaked out by the lightbulb on my smoke detector Honestly were this any other book, it would have dragged o [...]

  • For the most part, Plague was just as entertaining and action packed as its predecessors.To be honest, though, I m starting to have an issue with the determined length of this series.You see, I kind of wish this series would only be 5 books, instead of, like, 6 Knowing that there are at least two books to go before any kind of resolution hits is rather exhausting.I loved Gone and thought Hunger was very well done, but starting with Lies, the series started to take on an almost soap opera elemen [...]

  • My favorite ongoing series of the past couple of years continues withPlague, and proves that the first three books were no fluke This is just as action packed, jaw dropping and lightning paced as the first books And a TON bloodier.So it s been eight months since every adult disappeared and the impenetrable dome descended on the sleepy town of Perdido Beach Throughout fires, horrid blood baths, mutating monsters, and freak evolutions in the kids, the town has survived The very unstable societal s [...]

  • Eh.I read the first book of the series and loved it Second, a tad less Third, I started to hate the characters and find some mistakes in the writing And now I m just reading it to see how it ends I mean, it s a good book, it just has a lot of stuff going on Things that bother me 1 The amount of characters He just keeps throwing them at you There s so many that when they reappear in the story line I have to text my friend so she can remind me who they are 2 In this book, Brianna was supposedly us [...]

  • Plague, out of all the four Gone novels, was definitely the most graphic and harsh, but very realistic The thing I like about Michael Grant is that he doesn t gloss over stuff, but dives right into it the characters, the plot, the drama, was all perfectly detailed and well written I like how the author goes between different kids in all his books, because it lets the readers get a good feel of what everyone is going through The kids were all very relateable, to me, with all their strengths and f [...]

  • Het verhaal word echt steeds beter, gekker en bizarder Tot 1 15 liggen lezen vanacht, boek MOEST uit Wat gebeurt er met Pete Drake is terug Wtf is er met Hunter aan de hand echt jeuk gehad tijdens het lezen Knapt er nu eindelijk eens iets in Astrid En nutella Zo genoeg om jullie nieuwsgierig te maken, en nu lezen Hup

  • 3.75 5I m just glad that I m getting closer and closer to finishing this series.Overall, it is interesting enough for me to continue, but not so much that I couldn t wait to see the ending due to genuine excitement I rushed through the last 30 pages because I just wanted to finish this and move on to other books I guess this series so far is okay.

  • My, how I love the Gone novels If you haven t given these books a try yet, they come with my highest most sincere recommendation They are fast paced high intensity, but at the same time, incredibly thoughtful books However, out of all the four novels, be warned Plague wins the gross out award, for sure Let s just say that the plague is not your average virus and tbh, it isn t even the least of the kids worries The must look away CAN T LOOK AWAY horror of Plague achieves something both terrifying [...]

  • I just finished this book yesterday only took me two days to read all 492 pages And believe me when I say, this was one of the best uses of paper and ink ever Warning there are a TON of spoilers I ve been anxious for this book to come out since the minute I finished Lies, which, at the time, was my favorite of the Gone series Sorry, Lies, but you have been replaced by Plague as my new Gone series fave.With non stop action, crazy plot twists, confusing relationships, freakish bugs, and a downrigh [...]

  • Three words to describe this book No, scratch that Three words to describe this entire series violent, melodramatic, and drawn out.This book was pretty much exactly like the other books Things go from bad to worse, of course More minor people die, the main protagonists continue to live, and new issues continue to present themselves No new ground is made in breaking out of the FAYZ But this entire plot follows along the same exact freakin lines as the other books Yeah, the hurdles are new, ones t [...]

  • The first book in this series was amazing and one of the best books I ve read Sadly, this series seems to be one in which the quality of the book declines with each sequel This book was entirely too graphic with the descriptions of the plague and the bugs I did not appreciate that in fact, it made me sick to my stomach at some points and I had to put the book down for fear of losing my lunch I realize that Michael Grant is trying to be realistic with the types of problems these characters would [...]

  • I ve been reading this for about 2 years, and I enjoyed it, but THANK GOD THAT S OVER.This was by far the worst of the books in this series so far I couldn t bring myself to ever read it so I resorted to listening to it I really do enjoy this series but I just wasn t feeling this book at all and it was not my favourite.I also wasn t in the mood for this book but I really needed to finish this Glad it s over I think I ll wait a bit before continuing the series because I m not in the mood for this [...]

  • Just when you think there are no sickening, stomach twisting, nauseating ways to kill someone die, Michael Grant steps up his game HowToBuildACareer.

  • Just to clarify because I WISH Michael Grant would The guy on the back is NOT Zil and is NOT Drake Drake is blond with grey eyes as observed by Orsay in HUNGER Zil is not INDIAN SANJIT is on the back of LIES Look to pg 98 99 of LIES It says, and I quote, Sanjit Brattle Chance was fourteen years old He was tall, thin, slightly stooped, with black hair down to his shoulders, laughing black eyes, and skin the color of caramel He is INDIAN but grew up in Bangkok, Thailand sigh Sometimes I feel like [...]

  • 4 1 2 starsThe general consensus seems to be that Plague is a superior sequel to Lies, which many fans see as the weakest installment in Michael Grant s series thus far I read both with this in mind, under the assumption that my opinion would end up being similar, if not identical.And, wouldn t you know it I ended up loving the latter than the former Go figure.To be honest, I feel that this series may have peaked with Lies While Plague is an excellent follow up, it feels like a maintainer than [...]

  • It s been over two years since I last read this book, and re reading it reignited my love for the series Most kids would agree that they grew up with Harry Potter, but I guess I am a late bloomer because I didn t start really growing up until I picked up the GONE series.The kids in the FAYZ have been beaten, starved, and lied to, all they need now is a plague to help them cough their lungs out Perfect, don t you think Every time I read a book in this series, I m still amazed at the things Michae [...]

  • THIS IS THE BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BOOK OF THE SERIES SO FAR Yes After a mediocre and disappointing Lies ugh , Plague redeems the series and brought what I loved about Gone and Hunger and combined them into this great installment.Pros Caina You naughty couple you And look what happens to Diana at the end This should make Fear an interesting installment.Human Crew They were great in this book but my issue is that given all the supernatural elements of the series, Human Crew provided a normal fo [...]

  • As Stella would say Oh my Gaiaphage I knew Michael Grant was EVIL, but never has his evilness reached such levels So many questions, no answers a WHOLE year ahead until it s sequel hyperventilates Plague as it s predecessor is full of fast pacing, killing action The FAYZ has never before been in such trouble Everything is backwards, Sam Astrid, Diana Caine.Although this book was awesome, I can t help but feel it sort of precedes something BIGGER And I know that if you ve read the book you must [...]

  • 3.5 starsAbout halfway through the book I started to wonder if this was going to end up being the equivalent of that tv show Lost At first, I really liked Lost I mean, it had that cool mystery sci fi sort of vibe that kept me coming back for each week My love affair lasted a couple of seasons, and then faded away Why Eh The plot started to drone on and on, nothing made much sense, and it seemed like the producers were just going to milk that cow until it went dry Poor cow.Anyway, that s what th [...]


  • It s getting harder and harder to care about what happens to the characters who are struggling to surviv in the FAYZ Fallout Alley Youth Zone Hamstrung either by their depravity or slavish adherence to a strict moral code, the survivors of the Great Poof, Sam, Astrid, Edilio and the rest are caught, as usual, in a gore filled battle to maintain survival mode in a place that is literally throwing everything nasty at them I was ready for the end by about page 100, and I m thinking about skipping s [...]

  • POSSIBLE SPOILERS FOR PREVIOUS BOOKS IN THE SERIES My god I love the Gone Series After devouring and loving the previous three books Gone, Hunger and Lies I was than eager to get my hands on Plague, and I finally spotted it at my library You d think the six part series would steadily be getting worse by now, but that is most definitely not the case if anything it gets better and even gripping as the kids become desperate to survive and ill because illness is striking the FAYZ, and as we re ta [...]

  • Rating 4.5 5Wow I m finding it hard to walk away from that book with any feelings other than impressed Also, scared as fuck I m not sure if this is the best book of the series so far, because nothing can match the sheer skill of the plotting and writing in Hunger, but this was certainly the most extreme Everything about the series the darkness, the nightmare fuel, the mysteries, the complexity in the plotting was amped up a notch Grant s books have always been a pretty unique reading experience, [...]

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