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In the year 2051, Faith can move mountains… Faith Daniels and Dylan Gilmore are in love, and they have a special ability called a pulse: they can move things with their minds. They're caught in the middle of a deadly war with two other pulses: Clara and Wade Quinn, who have joined forces with Hotspur Chance, the most wanted man in the world. At the start of Quake, Faith and In the year 2051, Faith can move mountains… Faith Daniels and Dylan Gilmore are in love, and they have a special ability called a pulse: they can move things with their minds. They're caught in the middle of a deadly war with two other pulses: Clara and Wade Quinn, who have joined forces with Hotspur Chance, the most wanted man in the world. At the start of Quake, Faith and Dylan are holed up in a spectacular abandoned mountain lodge (once used in the film The Shining 71 years before), and their Intel friend Hawk leaves them in the middle of the night, in spite of a newly blossoming love with a girl named Jade. Hawk’s plan is to penetrate the Western State and make contact with a sleeper cell working on the inside that will give them valuable information about Hotspur’s violent plan. But while Hawk is searching for answers on the inside, Faith and Dylan are still fighting on the outside. In a series of hair-raising battles, the second pulses duel it out, only to raise the body count on both sides. During the battles, Faith and Dylan discover an even great strength: the power of their combined love. Together, Faith and Dylan might just be able to save the world with a quake that is big enough to change the course of history.


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In the year 2051, Faith can move mountains… Faith Daniels and Dylan Gilmore are in love, and they have a special ability called a pulse: they can move things with their minds. They're caught in the middle of a deadly war with two other pulses: Clara and Wade Quinn, who have joined forces with Hotspur Chance, the most wanted man in the world. At the start of Quake, Faith and In the year 2051, Faith can move mountains… Faith Daniels and Dylan Gilmore are in love, and they have a special ability called a pulse: they can move things with their minds. They're caught in the middle of a deadly war with two other pulses: Clara and Wade Quinn, who have joined forces with Hotspur Chance, the most wanted man in the world. At the start of Quake, Faith and Dylan are holed up in a spectacular abandoned mountain lodge (once used in the film The Shining 71 years before), and their Intel friend Hawk leaves them in the middle of the night, in spite of a newly blossoming love with a girl named Jade. Hawk’s plan is to penetrate the Western State and make contact with a sleeper cell working on the inside that will give them valuable information about Hotspur’s violent plan. But while Hawk is searching for answers on the inside, Faith and Dylan are still fighting on the outside. In a series of hair-raising battles, the second pulses duel it out, only to raise the body count on both sides. During the battles, Faith and Dylan discover an even great strength: the power of their combined love. Together, Faith and Dylan might just be able to save the world with a quake that is big enough to change the course of history.

30 review for Quake

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Elizabeth

    (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) Well, I didn’t really like the previous two books in this series, and I didn’t like this one either. I found it confusing, and I really did not get what was going on for 90% of the book. “There. And stay on your side of the rig. Whatever you’re finding on that Ill-fated ear expedition is probably nuclear.” What? “Stay on the water, it’s the safest place right now. At lea (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.) Well, I didn’t really like the previous two books in this series, and I didn’t like this one either. I found it confusing, and I really did not get what was going on for 90% of the book. “There. And stay on your side of the rig. Whatever you’re finding on that Ill-fated ear expedition is probably nuclear.” What? “Stay on the water, it’s the safest place right now. At least if you crash you’ll hit the river.” “IS it just me, or did he forget about drowning?” Quite possibly. “Did you roll around in the forest today? You smell awesome,” And strangely enough, she actually meant that! Apologies to HarperCollins and the author, this is one that I really should have read the first book prior to downloading this one! I really didn't get what was going on, and to be honest I didn't really care what happened to the characters at all. 4 out of 10

  2. 5 out of 5

    Beth (YA Books Central)

    Everyone Fears A Quake. Few Can Create One. Quake is the final book in the Pulse Trilogy and let me tell you....Patrick Carman knows how to wrap up an incredible series in one final book. WOW....That is the first thing I thought when I turned the last page in this book....WOW.....and the next thing I thought was...What a gorgeous cover!! I love all of the covers in the Pulse Trilogy but this may be my favorite. Pulse and Tremor were both phenomenal books and had plenty of action and romance scen Everyone Fears A Quake. Few Can Create One. Quake is the final book in the Pulse Trilogy and let me tell you....Patrick Carman knows how to wrap up an incredible series in one final book. WOW....That is the first thing I thought when I turned the last page in this book....WOW.....and the next thing I thought was...What a gorgeous cover!! I love all of the covers in the Pulse Trilogy but this may be my favorite. Pulse and Tremor were both phenomenal books and had plenty of action and romance scenes but Quake knocks both of them out of the water!!!!! WOW...Patrick Carman revealed so many secrets and twists in this final book that NO ONE will see coming. There were certain moments when I just stared at the words and said "WHAT? SERIOUSLY??" Yeah...Patrick Carman created an amazing trilogy with the Pulse trilogy. This trilogy has it all......intense action, spell-binding romance, and plenty of "WHAT??" moments..... Quake picks up right where Tremor left off. The team (Clooger, Hawk, Dylan, Faith, and Jade) are all headed to a non-disclosed location in order to gather their thoughts and figure out their next move. They know that they have to stop Hotspur Chance and the evil twins, Clara and Wade, but they have to move carefully because this may be their last chance to defeat them and save the Western state. "There are only four second pulses in the world. The first pulse gives them the ability to move almost anything with the power of the mind, including themselves. The second pulse deflects all things. These four people are close to indestructible, but not quite. Each one has a weakness, a Kryptonite." Dylan and Faith's relationship has developed into a breath-taking romance and they are destined to be together. Their chemistry truly makes the story. They work together perfectly as a team and know how to support each others weaknesses and strengths. Their romance and their belief that they will be able to defeat the Wades and Hotspur Chance is what keeps the entire team fighting. They all believe in Dylan and Faith and will fight with them till the end. "She thought but did not say..I love you, Dylan Gilmore. I never left you, not for one second, and then she turned back to Clara." There are so many things that happen in this final book. I am just in awe at Patrick Carman's ability to write such an intense, emotional, epic conclusion to this series. I knew there would be lots of action and fighting scenes but I was not prepared for the emotional journey that I was about to endure also..... If you have not read this series then you are truly missing out. This is a phenomenal Young Adult Dystopian/Sci-Fi series and I truly did LOVE it. I am completely obsessed with any story that is about survival and Quake is a perfect example. I am going to miss these characters ....BUT I am happy with how the series concluded...Bravo Patrick Carman....Bravo.....

  3. 4 out of 5

    Natasha (books_n_dreams)

    I really have enjoyed this trilogy, it’s been exciting and something new, which isn’t something you get with a ton of dystopian/sci-fi books. After book two I was a little scared to go into this book, because in book two it was a little bit slower, but omg Quake was nothing like that! This book is fast paced and action packed! This book you do not get a breather or a stopping point. This book doesn’t have a lot of info for you to learn, just a tad bit, because we learned soo much in book two, th I really have enjoyed this trilogy, it’s been exciting and something new, which isn’t something you get with a ton of dystopian/sci-fi books. After book two I was a little scared to go into this book, because in book two it was a little bit slower, but omg Quake was nothing like that! This book is fast paced and action packed! This book you do not get a breather or a stopping point. This book doesn’t have a lot of info for you to learn, just a tad bit, because we learned soo much in book two, this book was definitely the way to wrap up a trilogy. It was truly fantastic and I loved gotten to see that Faith and Dylan still have that amazing connection and they grow off of it together to make their love stronger. One thing that I love even more about Faith in this book is that you get to really see Faith put that extra foot down in this book, yes, she always been tough and go forth, but in this book you really get to see her strength and how she will not say no or give up. Of course Dylan is the same guy I have come to grow and love with each book. But the best thing about both of them is what they do together, not just their love but holy moly their powers are unheard of! I almost couldn’t visualize it because of how astonishing it is. If you haven’t read Pulse or Tremor and are reading this then I promise I’m not giving anything anyway in these but you do need to pick up Pulse as soon as you can. This series is an overlooked trilogy a lot, that more people need to read. There is always action, heartache and romance, and on top of it many great characters to fall in love with, like Hawk. I am sad to see this story end, but it ended in a great way.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Brooke (The Cover Contessa)

    I want to thank HarperTeen for supplying me with an early copy of this book to read and give an honest review. Receiving this book for free has in no way altered my opinion or review. If you haven't read the first or second book in this series, I suggest you stop here. I cannot say there won't be spoilers for those book. Plus, you really can't read and understand this one without the background of the first and second books! This book picks up where Tremor left off. Faith and Dylan have fought off I want to thank HarperTeen for supplying me with an early copy of this book to read and give an honest review. Receiving this book for free has in no way altered my opinion or review. If you haven't read the first or second book in this series, I suggest you stop here. I cannot say there won't be spoilers for those book. Plus, you really can't read and understand this one without the background of the first and second books! This book picks up where Tremor left off. Faith and Dylan have fought off Clara and Wade and are now trying to figure out a plan to defeat them and shut down Hotspur Chance from destroying the States. This book has a bit more romance between Faith and Dylan than the last one. It's not suffused with it, but there are kisses here and there and you really get the sense of how in love these two have grown. It also has more death. Death of characters you've grown to adore and love. And we meet a few new characters along the way, as well. Ones who become important to the entire movement Dylan and Faith have created. I can't get into the plot too much without spoiling things, but let's just say Dylan and Faith fight tooth and nail along with Hawk and Clooger to stop Hostpur from killing millions of innocent people. It's not done without injury to any of them, or separation between them. Carman does a nice job of keeping this book filled with just as much action as the last. Dylan and Faith really do become super heroes set on making things right. I love their faith in not only each other, but those they have come to trust. His scene are intense. Filled with enough juice to really keep you turning the pages and wanting more. In the end, I was completely satisfied with how he chose to wrap things up. Carman ups the stakes in this book, taking Faith and Dylan on a wild hunt to right those that have been wronged and to ensure society has it's best chance at survival. HIs characters are strong and well thought out. Fans of sci-fi and dystopian alike will enjoying the thrilling ride Carman has created with the Pulse trilogy. A emotionally charge roller coaster ride of super awesomeness.

  5. 4 out of 5

    MaKena McClone

    Personal Response: Just like the last, this book was extremely suspenseful because you were always waiting for the big fight to happen. When it eventually did, it definitely put you on edge because it seemed like they, Faith and Dylan, we're going to lose. This was by far my favorite book of the series because I loved the ending; they are always the best part unless it's a terrible ending. Plot Summary: In the beginning, they are at an abandoned lodge in the middle of the woods with their friends Personal Response: Just like the last, this book was extremely suspenseful because you were always waiting for the big fight to happen. When it eventually did, it definitely put you on edge because it seemed like they, Faith and Dylan, we're going to lose. This was by far my favorite book of the series because I loved the ending; they are always the best part unless it's a terrible ending. Plot Summary: In the beginning, they are at an abandoned lodge in the middle of the woods with their friends Hawk and Clooger. They are also with Clooger's brother, Carl, and his daughter, which is also Dylan's half sister, Jade. Hawk leaves in the middle of the night to try and get into the Western State, and the twins show up and after killing Clooger and Carl and fighting Dylan and Faith, they kidnap Jade. Faith and Dylan figure out from a not from Hawk that they need to travel to Portland, Oregon to find a tablet so they can stay in contact with him. They track Jade as well to the zoo in Portland. Hotspur Chance is hidden beneath it, as well as the Quinn's. After Faith and Dylan get trapped in separate rooms specialized so they can't use their pulse's to get out, Hawk finds a way to communicate. Later on, they eventually get out and trap the Quinn's in with the help of Jade who has a second pulse also, and then Faith kills Hotspur Chance. They bring the Quinn's to the Western State and trade them for Hawk; after Hawk gets out, then they go on and live their life. Recommendation: I would recommend this book to all teenagers. There is no specific gender either. I also think that even older people may enjoy this book. I gave this book and five out of five because it was, in my opinion, the best book in the series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Joseph Miller

    Name: Joe Miller Book title: Quake Personal Response: I like the book Quake because it really gets you wondering what’s going to happen next. Faith and Dylan will make a quake with the mountain. Jade runs off and then comes back and the Quinns will take Jade. Plot: The book Quake is an interesting book because it starts off with Dylan, Faith, Clooger, Jade, Carl, and Hawk in the woods, in a cabin just hanging out not using a pulse. Then they opened an audio message from Meredith and it said that Name: Joe Miller Book title: Quake Personal Response: I like the book Quake because it really gets you wondering what’s going to happen next. Faith and Dylan will make a quake with the mountain. Jade runs off and then comes back and the Quinns will take Jade. Plot: The book Quake is an interesting book because it starts off with Dylan, Faith, Clooger, Jade, Carl, and Hawk in the woods, in a cabin just hanging out not using a pulse. Then they opened an audio message from Meredith and it said that Clooger is Jade's dad and that Dylan is Jade’s stepbrother. Later into the message, it got Jade so mad/sad that she said, “I HAVE SECRETS TOO!” Then she runs back into the cabin. A few hours later Jade goes outside again and then she started to lift things with her mind. Then Faith and Dylan saw Wade and Clara coming at HIGH speed and the Faith told jade to go head into the mountains and don’t come back no matter what. Then Dylan threw a tree at Wade and knocked him onto the ground and then Wade said, “ You shouldn’t have done that.” Then Clara had her gun with the titanium bullets in it and that was Faith’s weakness. Clooger and Carl had machine guns and started to shoot the Quinns and then Clara started to shoot back that actually killed Carl and Clooger. Later into the book Dylan and Faith started off to try to find where Hotspur Chance is and get Jade back from the Quinns. They had found them and they got into the building and then they instantly got captured and put in cages and they the thing that can go through their second pulse. Recommendations: I recommend this book to kids of the ages 12+ and I think it will get the kids excited. I think that they will get interested in the series. I also think they will get hooked.

  7. 4 out of 5

    P.M.

    I liked the first one in the series but I guess too much time passed between the first one and the last two. I didn't care for any of the characters. I liked the first one in the series but I guess too much time passed between the first one and the last two. I didn't care for any of the characters.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Morgan

    Going into this I totally forgot almost everything from the previous books. However I was able to catch up very quickly and start to sort of remember what had happened !The way the pulses work is so cool to learn about. In this final book we learned so much more about how it started and who started it. I wasn't the biggest fan of our two main characters Faith and Daniel I felt like they were just boring and there head wasn't really exciting . I actually liked the secondary characters such as Haw Going into this I totally forgot almost everything from the previous books. However I was able to catch up very quickly and start to sort of remember what had happened !The way the pulses work is so cool to learn about. In this final book we learned so much more about how it started and who started it. I wasn't the biggest fan of our two main characters Faith and Daniel I felt like they were just boring and there head wasn't really exciting . I actually liked the secondary characters such as Hawk and Jade better. They had so much more humor and awesome personalities. Lastly I thought this book could've been way bigger! It felt rushed it and it kept going onto the next thing without much explanation of what had just happened. Despite all of those things I still really enjoyed the book and like the writing style! SPOILERS (view spoiler)[ so within the first 17 pages they've intimately kissed three times . And they were almost one paragraph after the other. Why? In that video recording that Meredith sent she announced that Jade is her daughter and that Clogger is Jades father. Umm okay it's just so random and nobody is surprised by this Jade is just kind a like.....Okay.... Less than 100 pages in the book Clogger and Carl just get killed ! Really you had to kill off two of the best characters nobody's even really that sad about it! Okay who is this cowboy guy and why are you trusting this him!!? Hotspur Chance apparently invented the pulse. However he does not really say how he invented it. I really don't understand how he made the pulse and put it in people. "Clara fired three fast round, the sound deafening inside the small space, and each one of them hit Dylan in the chest, falling to the floor like candy corn ." Falling like candy corn what does that even mean? I honestly thought that they killed Jade and then all of a sudden she gets up she's like I am a second pulse. So she's not dead...... So Faith and Jade have this small conversation about Hawk and Jade goes "He likes to hold hands" and then Faith says "Yeah I know about that. "Why would you see that Faith seriously are you trying to make Jade jealous really? Happy ending for now except for the fact that they still haven't killedd Wade and Clara so smart..... (hide spoiler)]

  9. 5 out of 5

    Haley

    Quake is the final book in the Pulse trilogy. It’s also by far the best in the series. I enjoyed the first book. The sequel was kind of boring and jumped around too much. This book is set in Oregon (Portland mostly, which is where Grimm is set!) and the characters are much more interesting and the dialogue is a lot funnier. I really enjoyed the references to pop-culture (or nerdy retro stuff) and literature. I really enjoyed the new character, a thirteen-year-old named Jade. She had a crush on H Quake is the final book in the Pulse trilogy. It’s also by far the best in the series. I enjoyed the first book. The sequel was kind of boring and jumped around too much. This book is set in Oregon (Portland mostly, which is where Grimm is set!) and the characters are much more interesting and the dialogue is a lot funnier. I really enjoyed the references to pop-culture (or nerdy retro stuff) and literature. I really enjoyed the new character, a thirteen-year-old named Jade. She had a crush on Hawk. Hawk is probably my favorite character. I would love to have a little brother whose super smart and could hack thing. Hawk is like Cody from Unremembered by Jessica Brody. Hawk likes real books and old movies. Usually you’d think a hacker would like only techie stuff. Dylan also like sci-fi movies. My favorite thing about this series is probably the Pulse abilities. Telekinesis sounds like an awesome ability. Especially since Faith and Dylan can use it to fly. It’s also dangerous if used recklessly. This book also references old technology and our current technology and compares it to their futuristic technology. The tablets they use sound very cool. This book is not a true-dystopian, but it sometimes feels like one. The idea of the entire population of the US being concentrated into two states feels a little claustrophobic. It was done to help the environment supposedly, but it’s a bit extreme. Now that this series is over, I hope that Patrick Carman has something else in the YA sci-fi/fantasy department cooking. I recommend this series to fans of Shatter Me, Blackout by Robison Wells and Darkest Minds. Cover Art Review: I like the city illustration and the mountain floating in the air. It’s actually a scene in the book, so even better ~Haley G My blog: http://breathlessbookreviews.blogspot...

  10. 4 out of 5

    Anna Bubolz

    Review I liked this book a lot because it did not have an overload of action. I did, however, dislike one thing. I did not like that pretty much everyone dies. A likeable part of the ending is that it is an actual ending. It irritates me when books or movies do not have a complete ending. Plot Faith and Dylan are outlawed from the states so they camp out in a big abandoned mansion with Hawk, Clooger, Clooger's brother, and Jade. When Wade and Clara show up at the mansion to kill them they are Review I liked this book a lot because it did not have an overload of action. I did, however, dislike one thing. I did not like that pretty much everyone dies. A likeable part of the ending is that it is an actual ending. It irritates me when books or movies do not have a complete ending. Plot Faith and Dylan are outlawed from the states so they camp out in a big abandoned mansion with Hawk, Clooger, Clooger's brother, and Jade. When Wade and Clara show up at the mansion to kill them they are not able to kill Hawk, Dylan, and Faith, but they capture Jade and kill Clooger and Clooger's brother. Hawk travels to the states to try and hack the dangerous computer program that Hotspur Chance created that would kill everyone in one of the states. Faith and Dylan are on a mission to kill Hotspur Chance and save Faith. After they fix everything they still have to be outlawed from the states. Characterization In the beginning of the book Faith still wanted revenge on Clara, Wade, and Hotspur Chance because they were the reason all her loved ones were dead. Towards the end of the book her thinking changed drastically because she didn't want revenge anymore. At the last chapter Faith was finally happy and could forgive Clara and Wade. Recommendations I would recommend this book to high school and middle school girls because the book has romance in it. Boys may have an interest because of the action and setting of the story but they probably would not like romance. This book does not have any foul language in it which makes it acceptable for middle schoolers to read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dany

    A meh ending for an okay series....

  12. 5 out of 5

    Trisha

    This was an okay conclusion. A few things were silly and I thought the characters acted a little off but at least it was all wrapped up in the end and it all took place in Oregon

  13. 5 out of 5

    Giovanna B

    Quake was an amazing book! I was kinda sad that this was the end of the series, but the way Patrick Carman ended the series was just so good. Even in the last parts of the book, he managed to put suspense and plot twist and things we still never expected. The one weakness that I saw was just at the beginning of the book everything was just slow and not full of action. Once you got to the middle and end though, well that's a whole different story. It was so action-packed and The fighting scenes Quake was an amazing book! I was kinda sad that this was the end of the series, but the way Patrick Carman ended the series was just so good. Even in the last parts of the book, he managed to put suspense and plot twist and things we still never expected. The one weakness that I saw was just at the beginning of the book everything was just slow and not full of action. Once you got to the middle and end though, well that's a whole different story. It was so action-packed and The fighting scenes with Faith and Dylan versus Clara and Wade were very actioned packed. I also liked how with all this action Carman still managed to put romance in the story, which made it that much better. I don't really like sad stories and in this story, there were some very emotional things like deaths, but that just made the story feel that much more real. Life doesn't seem real without a few scars here and there. Like Dylan said, ¨Battle scars. It was about time I got a few.¨ This quote just speaks to me cause I see this deeper meaning: Life without bad times just doesn't seem wholesome. In this story, too this meaning I think is often associated with Faith who always has to let that pain in to feel human again, like I said a world without some bad times just doesn't feel right no matter how bad we want it to.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Madison R.

    The book, Quake, is an outstanding book to read. The author is Patrick Carman and the book is the third and last book in the pulse trilogy. It was a very action-packed book that had twists and turns all the way to the end. Which always kept you on your toes waiting to read what will happen next. Something I found very interesting about the book was that the author includes in great detail what happened in the first two books which made it so you didn’t necessarily have to read the first two to u The book, Quake, is an outstanding book to read. The author is Patrick Carman and the book is the third and last book in the pulse trilogy. It was a very action-packed book that had twists and turns all the way to the end. Which always kept you on your toes waiting to read what will happen next. Something I found very interesting about the book was that the author includes in great detail what happened in the first two books which made it so you didn’t necessarily have to read the first two to understand what was going on in this book. In fact, I didn’t read the first two books in the trilogy and didn’t even realize it was a trilogy until close to the end of the book. The book, Quake, takes place in the year of 2051, where the United States is split off into two sections, the East and the West States. In this world, there are people born with what you call pulses. Faith and Dylan are third pulses which basically makes them indestructible and able to move mountains. They use their power to try to save the World from prison one and his two minions, Clara and Wade. Clara and Wade also have pulses, but every person who has a pulse has a weakness and there is nature. In conclusion, the Quake is a book that I would recommend to anyone and is sure to keep you always guessing as Faith and Dylan try to save their world as they know it.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Hansen Qiu

    "Quake" was very interesting, in the way it had parts of the story making you guess what comes next. Some of the things I enjoyed about this book was how the characters were woven in together, creating life-like personalities that are still developing. Also, the book had gave questions about the future; if we did this, what would happen, or what if we did this instead. The main antagonists also have some personality to them, well besides Hotspur Chance: he's the regular villain with a 'god compl "Quake" was very interesting, in the way it had parts of the story making you guess what comes next. Some of the things I enjoyed about this book was how the characters were woven in together, creating life-like personalities that are still developing. Also, the book had gave questions about the future; if we did this, what would happen, or what if we did this instead. The main antagonists also have some personality to them, well besides Hotspur Chance: he's the regular villain with a 'god complex'. However, something I didn't really like about the story is how rushed it was. The author introduced a new character in the story, reveals some secrets, and kills off some characters. Also, the ending was extremely rushed; it would have been better to add some more chapters into the book for more backstory into things.

  16. 4 out of 5

    C2 Alexa

    I really enjoyed reading this book. There were a lot of plot twists and suspense in the book. The plot was interesting, and I like how as you continue reading the book, secrets gets revealed and everything kind of connects together. I also like how the main character Faith isn't perfect. She was impulsive and had a tendency of not following plans. Meredith and the other leaders didn't believe in her at first, but as time passes, they began to trust her more and more. In the end, she, Dylan, Jade I really enjoyed reading this book. There were a lot of plot twists and suspense in the book. The plot was interesting, and I like how as you continue reading the book, secrets gets revealed and everything kind of connects together. I also like how the main character Faith isn't perfect. She was impulsive and had a tendency of not following plans. Meredith and the other leaders didn't believe in her at first, but as time passes, they began to trust her more and more. In the end, she, Dylan, Jade and Hawk succeeded in defeating the Quinn twins and Hotspur Chance, but just barely.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

    In the final book of this amazing trilogy, Quake, Faith Daniels and Dylan Gilmore seeking refuge in an abandoned lodge used to film The Shining 71 years ago and on the run from their newly made enemies, Clara and Wade Quinn along with the most wanted man on the Earth, Hotspur chance. A violent war is beginning and only Faith Daniels and Dylan Gilmore can stop it with their two powers combined together to make the ultimate quake. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED SERIES!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    I had to put this on reserve and anxiously awaited the email notifying me it had been added to my account. I believe there was a significant error in the location of their finding Chance Hotspur from Book 2. I was annoyed, but not enough to see if I had remembered incorrectly or the author had made a mistake. Pretty much speaks to my attitude for the rest of the book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Galloway

    Ok sereies a little strange. I have read a lot of future of the earth books and this was not one of my favorites but was still a good book. A little to much killing for me especially in book two. This one is actually the best one in the series.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sierra M

    This book was good, but I think it would have been better if I had read it closer to when I read the first two books. The characters are good and the plot moves rapidly, delivering a happy ending that’s not unreasonable. It was pretty good overall.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Abdullah Ahmed

    Ok... the first two books were average. This last one ended really well. It was just one of those books that make you feel like you don't really need another one. Not one of my favourite series, but I just like the ending, and that's really the part that stays in your head. Ok... the first two books were average. This last one ended really well. It was just one of those books that make you feel like you don't really need another one. Not one of my favourite series, but I just like the ending, and that's really the part that stays in your head.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amatullah Bass

    Like before, nice storyline, but the climax is lacking. I think the nerd relates how the storyline will go, because if you don't read what he says to the rest of the crew, you wont know what they are doing the next chapter Like before, nice storyline, but the climax is lacking. I think the nerd relates how the storyline will go, because if you don't read what he says to the rest of the crew, you wont know what they are doing the next chapter

  23. 5 out of 5

    Trent Mikesell

    This trilogy was fine. I mostly read it because I was too lazy to find something else to read. I don't like it when authors don't explain how the powers were developed. Feels a little lazy. Overall, though, a perfectly fine trilogy and somewhat entertaining. This trilogy was fine. I mostly read it because I was too lazy to find something else to read. I don't like it when authors don't explain how the powers were developed. Feels a little lazy. Overall, though, a perfectly fine trilogy and somewhat entertaining.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sandra

    This was actually marginally better than the first two. I still didn't really "like" it, but I didn't dislike it as much as the first two. Glad I can move on now. This was actually marginally better than the first two. I still didn't really "like" it, but I didn't dislike it as much as the first two. Glad I can move on now.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Dickson

    It made me so happy to hear the good guy value the life of the enemy when they could... excellent story

  26. 4 out of 5

    Cailah

    truly amazing

  27. 5 out of 5

    star_fire13

    I didn't like this as much as I had hoped I would. It might be because I read it so far apart from the rest of the series, although I was never particularly into the series in the first place. I didn't like this as much as I had hoped I would. It might be because I read it so far apart from the rest of the series, although I was never particularly into the series in the first place.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lelia

    Great finish to a good series.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Linda Mangus

    Great ending tot his trilogy. It was a page turner from book one for me. I loved this series.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Mayfield

    This is the third book in the trilogy. I was happy with the ending.

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