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Weeks after landing on Earth, the Hundred have managed to create a sense of order amidst their wild, chaotic surroundings. But their delicate balance comes crashing down with the arrival of new dropships from space. These new arrivals are the lucky ones—back on the Colony, the oxygen is almost gone—but after making it safely to Earth, GLASS’s luck seems to be running out. C Weeks after landing on Earth, the Hundred have managed to create a sense of order amidst their wild, chaotic surroundings. But their delicate balance comes crashing down with the arrival of new dropships from space. These new arrivals are the lucky ones—back on the Colony, the oxygen is almost gone—but after making it safely to Earth, GLASS’s luck seems to be running out. CLARKE leads a rescue party to the crash site, ready to treat the wounded, but she can’t stop thinking about her parents, who may still be alive. Meanwhile, WELLS struggles to maintain his authority despite the presence of the Vice Chancellor and his armed guards, and BELLAMY must decide whether to face or flee the crimes he thought he’d left behind. It’s time for the Hundred to come together and fight for the freedom they’ve found on Earth, or risk losing everything—and everyone—they love.


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Weeks after landing on Earth, the Hundred have managed to create a sense of order amidst their wild, chaotic surroundings. But their delicate balance comes crashing down with the arrival of new dropships from space. These new arrivals are the lucky ones—back on the Colony, the oxygen is almost gone—but after making it safely to Earth, GLASS’s luck seems to be running out. C Weeks after landing on Earth, the Hundred have managed to create a sense of order amidst their wild, chaotic surroundings. But their delicate balance comes crashing down with the arrival of new dropships from space. These new arrivals are the lucky ones—back on the Colony, the oxygen is almost gone—but after making it safely to Earth, GLASS’s luck seems to be running out. CLARKE leads a rescue party to the crash site, ready to treat the wounded, but she can’t stop thinking about her parents, who may still be alive. Meanwhile, WELLS struggles to maintain his authority despite the presence of the Vice Chancellor and his armed guards, and BELLAMY must decide whether to face or flee the crimes he thought he’d left behind. It’s time for the Hundred to come together and fight for the freedom they’ve found on Earth, or risk losing everything—and everyone—they love.

30 review for Homecoming

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rache

    I don't understand why the covers are now from the tv show. I mean, Finn isn't even in the book. (I think the guy from the right is Finn.) I don't understand why the covers are now from the tv show. I mean, Finn isn't even in the book. (I think the guy from the right is Finn.)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tammi Moran

    I honestly don't know why I continue to read these books. It's not that Kass Morgan is a bad writer. She's not. It just doesn't make sense to have books and a TV series that have the same premise, setting, and almost all the same characters, but such wildly diverging plots. I'm typically a book snob; this is likely the only time I've preferred a screen adaptation to the books, but really, the shows aren't based on the books. If I'm not mistaken, they started with an idea for this story, and the I honestly don't know why I continue to read these books. It's not that Kass Morgan is a bad writer. She's not. It just doesn't make sense to have books and a TV series that have the same premise, setting, and almost all the same characters, but such wildly diverging plots. I'm typically a book snob; this is likely the only time I've preferred a screen adaptation to the books, but really, the shows aren't based on the books. If I'm not mistaken, they started with an idea for this story, and the writer and TV folks basically just ran in two completely different directions with their stories. The plotlines are NOTHING alike. The characters are not the same people, but have the same names. The show is at least a year ahead of the books by now. And I find the author's storyline dull, unimaginative, and predictable compared to the TV show. I hate writing negative reviews, but it's just the truth. These books read like mediocre TV show fan fic.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Fenia

    "I was broken, and you put me back together." "You weren’t broken.You were the strongest, most beautiful girl I’d ever seen. I still can’t figure out what I did to get so lucky." "I want to spend eons with you,Clarke Griffin." "Glad to hear it,because there’s no going back now.We’re here for good." BELLARKE FEELSSSSSS ♥ ♥ ♥ Another amazing,heart-breaking book by Kass Morgan. ♥ PERFECT EMOTIONAL BRILLIANT BOOKKKK ♥ "I was broken, and you put me back together." "You weren’t broken.You were the strongest, most beautiful girl I’d ever seen. I still can’t figure out what I did to get so lucky." "I want to spend eons with you,Clarke Griffin." "Glad to hear it,because there’s no going back now.We’re here for good." BELLARKE FEELSSSSSS ♥ ♥ ♥ Another amazing,heart-breaking book by Kass Morgan. ♥ PERFECT EMOTIONAL BRILLIANT BOOKKKK ♥

  4. 4 out of 5

    Renata

    Bellamy and Clarke my cute babies I'm so happy how things turned out and how it finished this series. I'll write a review soon but it was amazing! Bellamy and Clarke my cute babies I'm so happy how things turned out and how it finished this series. I'll write a review soon but it was amazing!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    I read this just a couple days after it came out in February, but never got around to writing a review—if I don’t do it now, I never will, so time to bite the bullet and possibly risk the ire of more fans! Note: Lots and lots of spoilers in my general discussion below; I've only spoiler-marked the quotes themselves. THE GOOD: - Bellamy’s characterisation, and Clarke & Bellamy’s relationship. I actually genuinely really like this!! Bellamy is tough and relatively sensible, and they support each othe I read this just a couple days after it came out in February, but never got around to writing a review—if I don’t do it now, I never will, so time to bite the bullet and possibly risk the ire of more fans! Note: Lots and lots of spoilers in my general discussion below; I've only spoiler-marked the quotes themselves. THE GOOD: - Bellamy’s characterisation, and Clarke & Bellamy’s relationship. I actually genuinely really like this!! Bellamy is tough and relatively sensible, and they support each other implicitly. And I’m very up-front about the fact that Bellarke is one of the main reasons I’m reading the series, and their chemistry/dynamic is better now that they’ve settled into a relationship: they’ve found their groove, and it’s the exact sort of groove I hope to see in the show someday. Some cute moments on both those lines: ONE, AS EARTHBORN VILLAGERS VOLUNTEER TO PROTECT BELLAMY FROM THE COLONIST GUARDS: (view spoiler)[Countless hands shot into the air, blocking Max, Burnett, and the other guards from view. Bellamy’s knees began to buckle as an overwhelming tide of gratitude rose within him. The adults back at the Colony had never offered Bellamy so much as a crumb of kindness. Never, not even when he and Octavia were practically starving. But these people were willing to risk everything for him—a total stranger. That’s what made it worse. These were good people. They didn’t deserve to die for some kid who’d spent nineteen years making nothing but terrible decisions. Clarke slid her arm around his waist and leaned into him, helping to support his weight. “It’s okay,” she whispered into his ear. “No,” Bellamy said under his breath, as much to himself as to her. Then, “No,” he called out, louder. No one heard him over the clamor in the room. Except Clarke and Wells. Clarke’s hand fell away from him, and she and Wells stared at him in confusion. “Bellamy!” Clarke said, her eyes wide. “What are you doing?” “I can’t just stand here and let all these innocent people put their asses on the line for me. They have kids; they have families. They don’t need this shit.” (hide spoiler)] TWO, AS HE AND CLARKE PREP TO FIGHT THE GUARDS W/ THE EARTHBORN: (view spoiler)[“Just be careful.” Her face was pale, and her eyes were red. In the few minutes they’d had together, preparing for the fight, she’d told him about speaking to her parents. But there was no time to celebrate that small miracle; they both had to focus their attention on the task at hand—making Vice Chancellor Rhodes regret he’d ever set foot on Earth. “Careful is my middle name,” he said, placing a few arrows that had passed his inspection to the side. She smiled. “I believe you’ve also said the same thing about Danger and Victory.” “That’s me. Bellamy Careful Danger Victory Blake.” “I’m jealous. I don’t even have one middle name.” “Oh, I can think of a few that would suit you,” Bellamy said, wrapping his arm around her waist. “Let’s see, how about Clarke Know-It-All… Bossy…” She rolled her eyes and smacked him playfully on the chest. He smirked and pulled her closer, leaning down to whisper in her ear. “… Brilliant… Sexy Griffin.” “I’m not sure all that will fit on an office door, but I like it.” (hide spoiler)] THREE, END OF CHAPTER AFTER HE'S INVITED TO JOIN THE COUNCIL: (view spoiler)[Bellamy couldn’t wait to go tell Octavia so they could laugh about it. Unless she didn’t think it was funny. Maybe O would actually want him on the Council. Hell, crazier things had happened over the past few weeks. Why couldn’t Bellamy try his hand at running things for a while? There was just one person he needed to check with first. With a smile and a nod, he turned and went to find Clarke. (hide spoiler)] THE BAD: - They fridge Sasha. She wasn’t even a character I especially liked—we didn't really have enough time with her to get to know her, imo—but she deserved more than this. Why does she have to die while Wells lives? WHY IS SHE KILLED OFF FOR MANPAIN? It’s the laziest trope and plot device, and I’m so tired of seeing authors using it! - Wells remains a pestilence. Kass Morgan commits the biggest crime that I’d been dreading this whole time: she has Clarke blindly forgive him for his monstrous actions, soothing him and petting his ego. The narrative isn’t giving him his comeuppance for what he did. I’m fine with characters being atrocious shits (hello, Wuthering Heights is one of my favourite books of all time and I loved Gone Girl), but the narrative can’t laud them as heroes for it. - Wells misses a huge, clearly-telegraphed plot point in a way that just makes the character seem inconsistent and stupid? After suspecting that something was wrong with Kendall, watching Kendall possibly poison their water supply, outright warning the guards about Kendall sneaking around, then watching Kendall smirk and stride off into the woods… then he’s somehow surprised when the Earthborn invade? “Jeez, it’s almost as if they had a spy within our camp! How in the world did they do this???” Kendall: *struts on-screen* Wells: GASP. IT WAS KENDALL ALL ALONG I thought Kass Morgan had actually been setting up Kendall’s inevitable betrayal pretty well, but then she ruins it by having Wells be surprised/aghast by the very thing that he was warning others about. It just doesn’t make narrative sense. - The way Kass Morgan introduces plotlines then drops them. Octavia spies Clarke flirting with a guard, shoots her an ugly look, Clarke frets over what’ll happen if word gets back to Bellamy about it, and then… it just never materialises? I’m absolutely fine with not introducing unnecessary romantic drama, but if so, I don’t understand the point of Octavia catching them in the first place. - The climactic battle is over in about a page. Our moustache-twirling villain does a sudden 180 heel-face turn in morality, everything gets conveniently wrapped up, others going back to gamely accepting his leadership, and he even offers Wells & Bellamy (BUT NOT CLARKE?) a position on his council. Guys: just kill him already. - Lack of depth in said moustache-twirling villain. There was potential here, because I wanted to see some addressing of the fact that he saved Glass & her mother... but after one token mention, it’s never brought up again, and Glass never gets to speak to him about it. File under: more plotlines that are introduced but nothing’s done with. - Glass remains useless. She passes along one important warning about Bellamy’s impending execution, but then… ?? Her and Luke’s decision to go ~off-grid~ to stymie Rhodes’ plans makes zero sense. They’re all “his executioner will be gone! he won’t know what to do! it won’t stop it completely, but it’ll buy you some time!!”. Um. Rhodes has 20+ guards at his beck and call. It would delay him for like 5 minutes until he can decide who else should pull the trigger?? I highly doubt that having specifically Luke conduct the execution matters so strongly to the villain that it’ll throw him in a tizzy for days. - They settle down in a love shack and do absolutely nothing and then, unsurprisingly, get attacked by the violent residents of Earth. At one point, Glass even wakes up in the middle of the night, thinks she hears something… then rolls over and goes back to sleep. Useless! Luke is dull. I am 110% of the opinion that he should have lost his leg in this book, to make SOMETHING matter beyond Sasha's death, esp. considering how fucked up his leg was, his old status as a guard, to experience some consequences to their actions, and for there to be something more to him than generic cute brave white boy...... but nope, this idiot gets off scot free. - The Bad Grounders, leering and jeering and looking mean and cruel~, to the extent that Glass can literally see the evil radiating off them. Ugh. Real life isn’t so cut-and-dried, Kass Morgan. You shouldn’t be able to tell villains from good guys at a single glance. - Clarke’s parents just conveniently strolling into Mt. Weather at the end?? She didn’t have to do anything whatsoever to earn that reunion besides sit next to a radio for a while. SIGH. - In general, the writing’s still just very expository, telling rather than showing. THE UGLY: I mentioned it before but seriously, this book's greatest sin is that it deals not with Wells' redemption or any particular sacrifice he makes, but the ending is all about him ~*~forgiving himself~*~ and learning to keep on truckin' on as their leader. Let me just quote: (view spoiler)[He had nothing left to lose. He already despised himself. What did it matter if he made everyone else despise him as well? “There’s something I haven’t told you, Clarke.” Her whole body tensed, but she remained silent and waited for him to continue. “I broke the airlock on Phoenix.” “What?” He wouldn’t look at her, but he could hear the confusion and disbelief in her voice. “It was already faulty, but I made it worse. So that the air would leak faster. So that you would get sent to Earth before your eighteenth birthday. They were going to kill you, Clarke. And I couldn’t let that happen. Not after what I’d already done to you. I was the reason you were Confined in the first place.” Clarke still said nothing, so Wells went on, a strange, numbing combination of relief and horror spreading through his limbs as he voiced the words he’d feared ever saying out loud. “I’m the reason they had to abandon the ship so fast, and the reason so many people got stuck up there, suffocating. I did that to them.” Clarke still hadn’t spoken, so finally, Wells forced himself to look at her, bracing for the look of horror and loathing. But instead, she just looked sad and scared, her wide eyes making her appear younger, almost vulnerable. “You did that… for me?” Wells nodded slowly. “I had to. I overheard my father and Rhodes talking, so I knew the plan. They were either going to kill you or send you to Earth, and I sure as hell wasn’t going to let it be option A.” To his surprise, when she spoke, there was no rancor in her voice. Just sadness. “I would’ve never wanted you to do that. I would’ve rather died than endanger so many lives.” “I know.” He placed his head in his hands, his cheeks burning with shame. “It was insane and selfish. I knew I wouldn’t be able to live with myself if you died, but I can’t live with myself now, anyway.” He let out a short, bitter laugh. “Of course, now I realize that the right thing to do would’ve been just to kill myself. If I’d thrown myself out of that airlock, it would’ve saved everyone a lot of pain and suffering.” “Wells, don’t talk like that.” Clarke had scooted back in order to face him, and was looking at him with dismay. “Yes, you made a mistake… a big one. But that doesn’t negate all the incredible things you’ve done. Think of all the people you saved. If you hadn’t messed with the airlock, every single one of us would’ve been executed instead of being sent to Earth. Not just me. Molly, Octavia, Eric. Even more, you’re the reason we all survived once we got here.” “Hardly. You’re the one who saved everyone’s lives. I just chopped some firewood.” “You turned a wild, dangerous planet into our home. You made us see our potential, what we could achieve if we worked together. You inspired us, Wells. You bring out the best in everyone.” That’s what he’d loved about Sasha, the way she’d made him want to be a better person, a better leader. He’d failed her—there was nothing Clarke could do to convince him otherwise—but that didn’t mean he should stop trying. He owed her more than that. “I… I just don’t know what to do now,” he said quietly. “You could start by forgiving yourself. Just a little bit.” (hide spoiler)] This made me livid, because the most harmful shit and what I was afraid of Kass Morgan pulling: that Clarke's reaction is a starry-eyed "You did that for me??" instead of justified horror. & fast forward to Clarke processing it after: (view spoiler)[Never in her wildest dreams, or most unsettling nightmares, would she have imagined Wells was capable of such a thing. He endangered the lives of every single person on the Colony, just to give her a fighting chance of seeing her eighteenth birthday. A wave of nausea crashed over her, nearly bringing Clarke to her knees. All those people—practically everyone she’d ever known—dead, because of her. Because of what Wells had done to save her. But then, God knew she was in no position to judge him. When Clarke had discovered that her parents were conducting radiation trials on unregistered children from the care center, she’d done nothing to stop them. More than anyone, Clarke knew what it was like to put the people you loved ahead of everything else. She’d spent so much of her life seeing the world as black-and-white, separating right from wrong as confidently as she sorted plant cells from animal cells during a biology exam. But the past year had been a brutal crash course in moral relativity. (hide spoiler)] UMMMMMMM. moral relativity my ass!!!!! She had a brief perioud of nausea, but I am ENRAGED at the fact that she forgave him so easily. Her parents' trials were a few children dying for the sake of helping the human race survive radiation on earth (still bad reasoning, and Vice Chancellor Rhodes is a monster, but you can see how it was geared For The Greater Good). This, however, was endangering THE ENTIRE HUMAN RACE to save ONE GIRL that he was mooning over romantically. At least all of the 'hard sacrifice' moral relativity calls that have been made in the show have been for legitimate, strategic reasons, which are the type you can justify with "moral relativity"—not something done to save ONE GIRL. Also you can see how the writing still is all expository, tell tell tell tell telling about Clarke’s feelings and internal turmoil. In short: not as awful as the precious book in the series, but this is still not very good YA. I review them because I can, and wanted to—plus I’m interested in seeing how two mediums starting with the same premise/framework can go in such completely different directions. And these books are fast reads that I can knock out in a single day, so I don’t mind the time investment—or the money, I paid my cold hard cash for this, so I’ve a right to say what I think about them. (Is it maybe a little silly that I had to include a disclaimer about why I’m reading these books? Maybe yes, but there’s been trouble on my reviews in the past, so…) My reviews: - The 100 (#1) - Day 21 (#2) - Rebellion (#4)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    2.5 stars. All around lay the broken bodies of the dead. People with the ghosts of heart-wrenching good-byes still on their lips, people who'd never even gotten a glimpse of the blue sky they'd sacrificed everything to see. They would've been better off staying behind, taking their last breaths surrounded by their friends and families instead of being left here, all alone. Okay, anyone who knows me knows I am in love with The 100. Right now it's one of my favourite shows and really the only on 2.5 stars. All around lay the broken bodies of the dead. People with the ghosts of heart-wrenching good-byes still on their lips, people who'd never even gotten a glimpse of the blue sky they'd sacrificed everything to see. They would've been better off staying behind, taking their last breaths surrounded by their friends and families instead of being left here, all alone. Okay, anyone who knows me knows I am in love with The 100. Right now it's one of my favourite shows and really the only one (along with The Walking Dead) that I care about tuning in live to watch. If anyone has any doubts about this show: get past the first three episodes, and then the show hits its stride. The acting gets better, the characters themselves become more complex, and the issues in the show are treated with sensitivity. There is a love triangle in the first season, but thankfully the girls don't get all petty and catty with one another. It's a show of survival, and they recognize that working together so they can see another day is way more important than their personal drama. It's a very female driven show, and so I implore everyone to catch up on all the episodes released so far. One of the things that was paralleled was the presence of a lot of strong-willed women in Homecoming. Like the show, it's usually the girls getting stuff done as opposed to just sitting at home and twiddling their thumbs. I mean, I didn't really like Glass but I could still appreciate what Morgan tried to do with her. Instead of watching the guys fight all the wars, you see Clarke working over-time to heal the injured and sick. She sets old grudges aside and treats anyone who needs the help. Glass saves her boyfriend and puts herself at risk to help some guy she really doesn't know at camp. Even Octavia plays a part in spending time with all the orphaned children, playing with them and leading them around the camp. On a slightly more negative note, Clarke was the only female that really resonated with me. At first I thought it was because I was already familiar with her TV-show counterpart, but realized that was false. Book!Clarke and Show!Clarke are pretty different. I think it's just that Clarke seemed to be the only one that didn't get on my nerves. She wasn't constantly falling over Bellamy (and when they did have their romantic moments, it wasn't in ill-timing). She prioritized her duties as one of the only doctors on the Ground. She also didn't seem like a damsel-in-distress. She risks her life on multiple occasions to help the people she cares about, and steps out out in the middle of a war (I know there are doctors that actually work in war zones, but I would never ever ever ever be able to do that so.. props!) to help the wounded. She raised her chin and gave him her most determined stare. "People are going to get hurt out there. They need me." And speaking of her role as a doctor.. BELLAMY RECOGNIZES HER STRENGTH, Y'ALL. There's a specific moment in the book that reminded me of the development that occurs in a HoO book (Mark of Athena) between Percy and Annabeth. When Annabeth sets off on her own to fulfill her own part of some prophecy, Percy comes to accept that he has to let go - that it would be entirely too selfish to hold her back and not allow her to do her part. This is pretty much what happens with Bellamy and Clarke, and it made me happy. Bellamy opened his mouth to protest but shut it when he realized how selfish that would be. Clarke was right. As the person with the most medical experience, it made perfect sense for her to be the ground. "Just be really, really careful, okay?" He asked. She nodded. Their relationship felt more natural this time around, and it was the only romantic one that I was invested in. They worked as a team throughout the book, not just as two people only looking out for only each other. Their banter was cute and honestly, they were the only POVs I got excited to read. Now let me talk a bit about Glass. Okay, I totally get that part of her struggle in this book is her feeling useless. She's not a doctor like Clarke, or even a "people person, like Wells or Luke, who both always knew the right thing to say at the right time." I get that. I do. But she really has some dumb moments here. Glass closed her eyes and was just beginning to drift off to sleep when a loud noise startled her awake. All her senses fired up, she sat up in bed and looked around. The cabin was empty. Had she dreamed the sound? What was it? She replayed it in her head - it wasn't quite a howl and it wasn't quite a voice. It was something else - like a call, a signal, but not words. Just a.. communication of some kind." And you know what Glass decides to do? Go to sleep. Here are the facts: you and your boyfriend just ran away from a corrupt leader and his camp to help buy Bellamy some time with his trial/execution. You're staying in this random ass cabin in the woods. You also know that there are Earthborns out there - not all as nice as Sasha is. You would think she would be on higher alert with this kind of stuff, but she isn't. Not at all. Luke and Glass were just kind of a mess. Glass would never forget the look of fury and disgust in Luke's face when he'd discovered the truth. And even though he'd forgiven her, she worried she'd broken something that couldn't be fully repaired - Luke's trust. I was hoping we would get some more exploration on this, to see how their dynamic would change after hearing how she had falsely accused his friend of impregnating her. We never got to hear more from Luke about this, which I thought was disappointing since it was such a big part of their history together. "After the Cataclysm," Max went on, "our ancestors suddenly had to struggle with the idea that light doesn't always dark. That one day, the sun really might not come up again. That's where the tradition started. It's gratitude, really, that the sun came up for one more day." I'm not sure if there's supposed to be a fourth book in the series, but there are still lots of questions that were never answered and threads not tied up. Like, there's a part near the beginning where Clarke has to seduce some creepy guard named Scott so she could grab the key that gets Bellamy out of confinement. The author makes a point of showing the reader an exchange between Clarke and Octavia, Bellamy's younger sister, during this moment. Octavia's all huffy watching this, unaware that Clarke isn't really enjoying any of this, and is looking at Clarke with a "look of pure loathing". Octavia stalks off, Clarke hopes she can explain herself to Bellamy before Octavia reaches him, and fin. Okay..? There is literally no mention of Scott or this incident afterwards. Bellamy never hears about how Clarke got the key. We never even hear what happened to Scott after she drugged him. Unless this is to be mentioned in a later book, I'm not sure why Octavia had to be there to witness this moment. Another question is why Rhodes took pity on Glass and her mother. Was this answered? I don't remember if the author revealed why Rhodes wanted them, of all people trying to get on a dropship, picked them to come along with him. Some other thoughts: Wells and Glass are supposed to be best friends, but Wells barely thinks about her. She never crosses his mind once when he sees all these dropships crashing. He knows she's supposed to still be on the Ark but...? Glass mentions the uneasy feeling of having to share Wells with the rest of the camp since he's a leader but it didn't seem genuine on Wells's part.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Eric Boot

    4.5/5 stars! I don't think it was as good as the sequel (Day 21) but definitely a satisfying conclusion to the series! I loved the tension throughout the book, the feels of hatred to some charachters (RHODES) and the character development in these books is just phenomenal! In book 1+2 I was just begging Kass to let Bellamy die, he was SO ANNOYING, but in this book he was okay and turned into a nice character. The ending was not so strong, a bit predictable and the same as in many other novels. I 4.5/5 stars! I don't think it was as good as the sequel (Day 21) but definitely a satisfying conclusion to the series! I loved the tension throughout the book, the feels of hatred to some charachters (RHODES) and the character development in these books is just phenomenal! In book 1+2 I was just begging Kass to let Bellamy die, he was SO ANNOYING, but in this book he was okay and turned into a nice character. The ending was not so strong, a bit predictable and the same as in many other novels. I expected a grande finale but that wasn't really the case. But whatever. Who cares. And this series should definitely get a spin-off. I want to know more about what happens to humanity on earth (:

  8. 4 out of 5

    Samantha (ColdTeaAndCrumbs)

    I thoroughly enjoyed this conclusion to the series. It was action packed from start to finish and my heart was racing when discovering the fate of the main characters. My favourite couple was always Bellamy and Clarke (Bellarke). My favourite Bellarke quote:- "I was broken, and you put me back together." "You weren’t broken. You were the strongest, most beautiful girl I’d ever seen. I still can’t figure out what I did to get so lucky." Kass Morgan's writing style is also as outstanding as ever:- I thoroughly enjoyed this conclusion to the series. It was action packed from start to finish and my heart was racing when discovering the fate of the main characters. My favourite couple was always Bellamy and Clarke (Bellarke). My favourite Bellarke quote:- "I was broken, and you put me back together." "You weren’t broken. You were the strongest, most beautiful girl I’d ever seen. I still can’t figure out what I did to get so lucky." Kass Morgan's writing style is also as outstanding as ever:- All around lay the broken bodies of the dead. People with the ghosts of heart-wrenching good-byes still on their lips, people who'd never even gotten a glimpse of the blue sky they'd sacrificed everything to see. They would've been better off staying behind, taking their last breaths surrounded by their friends and families instead of being left here, all alone. If you are a post-apocalyptic, science fiction and light romance lover than this series is perfect for you!

  9. 5 out of 5

    - ̗̀meg ̖́-

    I think that this one has been my favourite in the trilogy. It took me the longest to read, but I think that's because I didn't want the series to come to an end. I was slightly annoyed that there was basically nothing from Octavia, she was just a character used to emphasise Bellamy's protective characteristics. It was also pretty horrible to see things turn bad for Wells, after I thought he was going to have a happily ever after. I think that we got to see a lot more from Glass, which I was ini I think that this one has been my favourite in the trilogy. It took me the longest to read, but I think that's because I didn't want the series to come to an end. I was slightly annoyed that there was basically nothing from Octavia, she was just a character used to emphasise Bellamy's protective characteristics. It was also pretty horrible to see things turn bad for Wells, after I thought he was going to have a happily ever after. I think that we got to see a lot more from Glass, which I was initially annoyed with, but I surprised myself by liking her character. I thought the ending wasn't anything special, I found it all slightly rushed and sudden and I was hoping to hear more from Clarke's parents. However it was altogether a good read, but not one of my favorite series.

  10. 4 out of 5

    ✨ jamieson ✨

    The most annoying thing about these books is that they actually do have heaps of potential unfortunately, most of that potential is lost under a whole lot of meaningless STUFF which doesn't drive the story. God, it annoys me that these books good be really good and instead their okay at best. → CHARACTERS Okay. So there books have a host of characters, the main three being Clarke, Bellamy and Wells. All three of these characters are interesting enough - but they just don't really go that extra mi The most annoying thing about these books is that they actually do have heaps of potential unfortunately, most of that potential is lost under a whole lot of meaningless STUFF which doesn't drive the story. God, it annoys me that these books good be really good and instead their okay at best. → CHARACTERS Okay. So there books have a host of characters, the main three being Clarke, Bellamy and Wells. All three of these characters are interesting enough - but they just don't really go that extra mile, you know? Thats what the whole books like. By the third book, you'd expect the characters to be more fleshed out and complex, but honestly there's been no character development and they don't feel anymore real to me. In fact, alot of these characters don't feel real. They're tropey - except maybe Wells who's probably the most developed. Unfortunately Kass Morgan seems to think characters falling in love / romance = character development and that's all that is needed. Not true. Lets start with Clarke. From all three books we know what? She's smart, she loves learning, she's a medic, she's strong, holds her own in hard situations. That's it. The thing is, aside from her medical capabilities, we're told she's all these things but we're never shown it. The characters are always banging on about how she is these things, but she never actually displays these qualities. Bellamy. He's got strong morals and a clear sense of right/wrong. He is a protector and has grown up caring for his little sister. He has issues with authority and he's kind of that typical qupiing guy who's always assuring people he's 'so hot' and 'funny' and 'the best'. I mean, I don't hate Bellamy's character, far from it. I love how he is genuinely practical and resourceful. But he was all those things from the beginning of the book - I don't feel he's developed, he hasn't changed at all and he just feels two-dimensional. He's hard to relate to because really, he has no flaws. His 'flaws' are that he is a thief or he can be brash, but these flaws are presented as flaws to his society, but as a reader they're not flaws to us. (Like, sure he steals but he's giving the food to orphan kids we can't fault him for that) It's like hating Robin Hood. Wells. He's kind of got a big mantle to take up with his dad being Chancellor and all. Unfortunately not everyone in the Hundred digs him because he's mini-chancellor and they all hate the chancellor for confining them/nearly executing them/sending them to Earth to die instead. I call it fair. Wells is a more interesting character because at least he does have a flaw. His selfishness in releasing the air lock (saving Clarke but dooming the entirety of humanity at the same time) is interesting and it's probably that that makes him most interesting to me. He just suffers from the same thing as Bellamy, no development !! He hasn't changed, he's not had to make hard choices as a leader, he's not had to deal with the repercussions of his actions. (Also he 'falls in love with' a girl he's known for like 10 days BYE ) Urgh. Potential, so much wasted potential. → PLOT There isn't much plot. Alot of the story is filled in with pointless romance and it's such a shame. This is where, in my opinion, the book falls so short of the show. Instead of facing The 100 with the multitude of challenges the world offers, Kass Morgan instead just fills the book with 'fights' that last a chapter. The rest is just fluff. In an unknown world, where they must fight from forces they've never encountered to survive, most of the characters are worried about when they're next going to see their beau or belle. Most of this was just 'he kissed me, I kissed him, we snuggled' and any encounter with the actual, dangerous outside world is so short lived and over so fast it doesn't even feel like a threat. The "huge" ending battle of the book lasted just three short chapters. → "FAKE" ACTION GIRL Time to talk about the females of the book. All of them, we're told, are so strong and brave. The thing is, we're told this but we're never SHOWN it. Bellamy constantly describes Clarke as being "fragile" when she speaks. He'll be like, "she'd never sounded so fragile" "she'd never sounded so scared" In fact, in one chapter he said she'd never been more fragile, then his next chapter she'd never been so vulnerable. IN conclusion: she spends alot of time sounding vulnerable/scared/fragile. He then says something like "but he knew Clarke was actually so strong/brave/capable" And I'm just ?? Where ?? He tells us this but we're never shown in. Clarke never stands up and actually does something brave or strong. Okay, she does save everyone with her medical training, but even while doing that she's crying or struggling and I just URGH. She doesn't lead, she doesn't stand up for anything - she just stands behind the boys and cries but don't worry!! She's really strong !! The same thing with Glass. She's supposed to be 'strong' but at every opportunity she'd hiding behind Luke and crying. Granted, she does drag him all the way back to camp which was impressive - but even doing that she's a mess. And both her and Clarke's 'strong' moments all revolve around their men. Like, okay better be strong to save this boy. Never for themselves, never just because they are? I just wish we'd had female characters who stood up and actually DID something. I mean, in this book we had the PERFECT opportunity for Clarke to go on a dangerous journey to find her parents and it never happened. She sat in a bunker and they came to her. Blergh. → ROMANCE There's so much of it. SO MUCH. It's so unnecessary. Every interaction between a male and a female involves kissing/"I love you so much"-ing and laying heads on chests and just !! YOU'S ARE SUPPOSED TO BE TRYING TO SURVIVE IN AN UNKNOWN LAND WITH NO RESOURCES WHERE BOTH PEOPLE AND ANIMALS ARE TRYING TO KILL YOU AND ALL YOU CARE ABOUT IS GETTING LAID !!!!! I can't not get past characters (Sasha/Wells, Bellamy/Clarke) Telling eachother they love eachother sooo much they'd die for eachother after knowing them for 10ish days. How the hell do they even have time to get into relationships so fast ?? like damn. The romance is the killer of this story, so much time is dedicated to the love life of the characters very little else happens. It's so frustrating!! And it's not even that I'm AGAINST romance in these books, it's just that it's all there is, and here are teenagers fighting for their life but all they're talking about is how they couldn't possibly survive without their significant other. I really feel like there books still can go so many better places. These books could have gone deep into the effect moving to an unknown planet has, how people react, how they survive, the hard choices they need to make and the challenged they face. We gets bits of that but it's so covered in by pointless romance and long-winded conversations about nothing we forget it's there. Then again, I read this 330+ page book in a few hours, so it wasn't all bad. They aren't terrible books, you are entertained by them. And they're written in 3rd person point of view which is a: getting rarer and rarer in dystopian book and b: my favourite way to read so that helps. I did enjoy this book, I think I'm just frustrated it could be more. There's a reason the tv show is widely more liked then the books and it's because the show goes all the places the book doesn't quite get to. -- It's a goddamn shame. I'm not sure if I'm going to continue with these, it feels like I've given the books chances to please me and prove me wrong but it's not happened yet. I kind of just care about finding out of Kendall is alive. Sigh. Also, can we just talk about the cover? Why is Finn on it when he's not even in the books?

  11. 5 out of 5

    Donna {Book Passion For Life}

    In Homecoming we see the arrivals of the lucky survivors from the Colony. Some people are happy to welcome more survivors but the arrival of Vice Chancellor causes dismay throughout the 100 survivors who have created a home which they happily keep control of. Bellamy soon finds himself imprisoned by the Vice Chancellor for his crimes. Clarke is determined to help Bellamy escape and try to find her parents. Wells tries to hold on to his position within the camp and Glass is happy to be on earth w In Homecoming we see the arrivals of the lucky survivors from the Colony. Some people are happy to welcome more survivors but the arrival of Vice Chancellor causes dismay throughout the 100 survivors who have created a home which they happily keep control of. Bellamy soon finds himself imprisoned by the Vice Chancellor for his crimes. Clarke is determined to help Bellamy escape and try to find her parents. Wells tries to hold on to his position within the camp and Glass is happy to be on earth with Luke but not everything is how she imagines. Can these four repair the damages in their life and keep everyone safe? If you don’t know already I’m huge fan of The 100 TV show. It’s one of the reasons I wanted to read the books because I wanted to see the differences between the two. Honestly, the TV Show is so much better but there is just something about the book series that keeps me interested. Admittedly it’s not the most exciting to read, it’s actually more about the characters journeys. You don’t get any of the big threats like the TV show especially The Earthborns which we doesn’t get explored as much as I’d like, which I guess is a little disappointing but again, I’m still interested to read more. I read the books because I like them. I read them because they’re easy reads. And I read them because I’m invested in the characters’ lives. The plot of this story is more focused on the problems Vice Chancellor Rhodes brings and I completely hated him. I hated him before and I hate him now. The way he tries to overtake the camp is completely wrong – he causes more problems that resolves. What I enjoyed about Homecoming was how at peace Wells is with Sasha – wasn’t expecting it but loved it when I read it and I also enjoyed exploring more of the good Earthborn – what little I saw anyway. Clarke and Bellamy have their own troubles and I certainly enjoy their point of views the most. And of course I can’t forget Glass and Luke and while I like both of them, I think their story has become a little pointless. I guess I can’t see why they’re in the story any more. In all, Kass Morgan’s series is an enjoyable one. It won’t blow you away like the TV show but it’s certainly one to read if you want more from these characters. I was hoping there were more books coming but I think this may be the last one – either way, I’m hoping there’s more. Thank you to Hodder for giving me the opportunity to review this book in exchange for an honest review.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Odette Brethouwer

    What an amazing ending to a great series! This is such a great series, go read! I love that the beginning of the third book is the beginning of a new part of the story. It is not just connecting all the dots, it has its own plot, storyline and meaning. Talked about meaning, this book has a lot of hidden messages because of the characterdevelopment in the books. At first, I dodn't liked the love stories that much, but on the other hand, when you are in a situation like that, of course you are look What an amazing ending to a great series! This is such a great series, go read! I love that the beginning of the third book is the beginning of a new part of the story. It is not just connecting all the dots, it has its own plot, storyline and meaning. Talked about meaning, this book has a lot of hidden messages because of the characterdevelopment in the books. At first, I dodn't liked the love stories that much, but on the other hand, when you are in a situation like that, of course you are looking for comfort! Everything that happens makes sense, if something like this was going to happen, this is a very realistic course of events. And that makes it a bit scary. The books are really fast-paced, I've read all 3 of them in 5 days or something. It is the first series EVER I've bingeread, mostly because most series I've read I read when they were published. Other series I've read, most of the time I had enough of it after one book, wanted to read something else before continuing. Not with these books. I didn't wanted to do anything else than readreadread but sometimes life calls.

  13. 4 out of 5

    ☣Lynn☣

    2.5 stars My least favorite out of the trilogy. It took me forever to get into and when I was finally into the story I just wanted it to be done. Hopefully the show ends better than the books ended.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Trisha

    "Take care of each other." I haven't been 100% sold on this series. It's stumbled a long to me and always been...just a little less than I'd wanted it to be but good enough. THIS one was different. This story finally gave more. We got to see more than one or two dimensions to the characters and we got to have some really tough moments. There were a few moments that were frustrating but they were well done and understandable. I'm thinking this is a conclusion to the series. It ends well and really l "Take care of each other." I haven't been 100% sold on this series. It's stumbled a long to me and always been...just a little less than I'd wanted it to be but good enough. THIS one was different. This story finally gave more. We got to see more than one or two dimensions to the characters and we got to have some really tough moments. There were a few moments that were frustrating but they were well done and understandable. I'm thinking this is a conclusion to the series. It ends well and really leaves you feeling like the 100 are finally home.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Markéta

    That's it? This is the end? Where are some explanations? Where is detailed describtion of everything that's been fairly important but never properly said? Where is some good ending? The only thing about this book and the whole book series is that Bellarke actually happens. And that's it. The characters are immature and one dimensional. The plot is easy, predictable and cliché-ish. Nothing is explained and everything seems over the top. Why did I read all three books if I only complain about them you That's it? This is the end? Where are some explanations? Where is detailed describtion of everything that's been fairly important but never properly said? Where is some good ending? The only thing about this book and the whole book series is that Bellarke actually happens. And that's it. The characters are immature and one dimensional. The plot is easy, predictable and cliché-ish. Nothing is explained and everything seems over the top. Why did I read all three books if I only complain about them you ask? I'll tell you why. I had hope. I had hope that it'll change, that the book will get better, that it won't be like a fourteen year old girl written it. And because I wanted to see Bellarke to the bitter end. Mostly Bellarke. And Bellamy. And the images of Bob Morley as Bellamy. And Bob Morley. (#crushinghard) All in all, I'm not satisfied at all. This could've been such an amazing trilogy. But with great expectations, comes great disappointments. https://www.instagram.com/p/BBAyC9QoT...

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Drumm

    Eeekkkk!!!! Just one more book and then the series is done :( So not ready for this!! Highly recommend

  17. 4 out of 5

    Brittany Risko

    So.Freaking.Good. Seriously I wish I could give this book, this series a thousand stars. As the 100 are getting acclimated to life on earth; Meanwhile, the ship is running out of air. People panic and finally the drop ships make their way down to earth. Life on earth with the new arrivals is different, and something the 100 don't like so some of the 100 leave to live with the earth-born people. Obviously, wanting their prisoner back Rhodes sends his people to attack the bunker the earth borns ar So.Freaking.Good. Seriously I wish I could give this book, this series a thousand stars. As the 100 are getting acclimated to life on earth; Meanwhile, the ship is running out of air. People panic and finally the drop ships make their way down to earth. Life on earth with the new arrivals is different, and something the 100 don't like so some of the 100 leave to live with the earth-born people. Obviously, wanting their prisoner back Rhodes sends his people to attack the bunker the earth borns are living in. This book ended so nicely I almost wish they would have ended here. However (view spoiler)[ Clarke just found her parents (hide spoiler)] and I want to know what is going to happen next.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lauryn

    Such a great book. I was captivated by the get go! My emotions were constantly fluctuating throughout the novel. One minute I’m at peace then I’m crying another second then I’m frustrated and annoyed. Kass Morgan definitely designed a roller coaster when reading The 100. You savor every second and are so sad when the ride is over.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tez

    (view spoiler)[Priya was murdered in a previous book, and now Sasha has been murdered. Both women of colour. (Though the other characters haven't realised this fact.) The murders probably aren't racially-motivated, but... *side-eyes books* (hide spoiler)] (view spoiler)[Priya was murdered in a previous book, and now Sasha has been murdered. Both women of colour. (Though the other characters haven't realised this fact.) The murders probably aren't racially-motivated, but... *side-eyes books* (hide spoiler)]

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mel

    Great conclusion. I truly hope this is the last book in the series. I love the endings everyone had but I wish the person that died didn't die. Wells has been through enough. But really genuinely love this series. Great conclusion. I truly hope this is the last book in the series. I love the endings everyone had but I wish the person that died didn't die. Wells has been through enough. But really genuinely love this series.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Not going to dwell too much on this series but here are some general thoughts: It's okkkkaaaay - I never got invested in any of the characters really, and I was more interested in just seeing what would happen. I found the instant love stuff incredibly stupid - it totally makes sense for wells who unconditionally loves Clarke to jeopardise the whole of the known human race to be with her but, oh, wait, as soon as he gets to earth he throws his obsession out the window to be with an earthborn girl Not going to dwell too much on this series but here are some general thoughts: It's okkkkaaaay - I never got invested in any of the characters really, and I was more interested in just seeing what would happen. I found the instant love stuff incredibly stupid - it totally makes sense for wells who unconditionally loves Clarke to jeopardise the whole of the known human race to be with her but, oh, wait, as soon as he gets to earth he throws his obsession out the window to be with an earthborn girl he's known for like two minutes??? That makes sense? I honestly wouldn't have found as much motivation to read this series if it wasn't for the actual show and the thought of maybe finding out something. It was just like a fanfic of the TV show. Overall, I think the whole concept was really cool but it just wasn't explored or deepened enough as it had SO MUCH potential. If you're wondering about reading the books before watching the show I'd definitely recommend skipping them and watching the show first - that way you can see real life bellamy and Finn!!! (Who sadly, doesn't even feature in the books despite being on the covers lol)

  22. 4 out of 5

    Valentina

    am I crying? yes am I happy? yes am I mess right now? yes SO BEAUTIFUL MY HEART HURTS so to start this review, let's talk about how this book had a lot more action and heartbreaking scenes than the other ones, how this book managed me to make me cry and smile at the same time, how after everything each character have been through they managed to be happy, how they found a family on earth, with their friends, and the people they love. now, getting into the book, first, the love, oh the beautiful heart am I crying? yes am I happy? yes am I mess right now? yes SO BEAUTIFUL MY HEART HURTS so to start this review, let's talk about how this book had a lot more action and heartbreaking scenes than the other ones, how this book managed me to make me cry and smile at the same time, how after everything each character have been through they managed to be happy, how they found a family on earth, with their friends, and the people they love. now, getting into the book, first, the love, oh the beautiful heartbreaking love, wells&sasha, clarke&bellamy and finally my favorites glass&luke. I just really like the fact that every couple cares about each other so much and would do anything for each other, even risking their own lives. Talking about action scenes, this book showed more fights, blood and death than the other ones. But still, I think it was the perfect amount of everything, combined into a solid book, with characters full of life and energy, and a story that felt like a rollercoaster ride with a beautiful end, full of joy, tears and love.

  23. 4 out of 5

    S

    4.5/5 stars I hate trilogies for this reason; the first book is always the best in my opinion or the second book. The third is always the worse just like Homecoming I loved The 100 & Day 21. Both beautifully written. I LOVED CLARKE AND BELLAMY, GLASS AND LUKE, SASHA AND WELLS. UGH ALL THEIR ROMANCES HAD ME SCREAMING AND WANTING MORE FROM THEM. (view spoiler)[Luke gets hurt once Glass gets him back to the original camp place Clarke just said oh he will be fine etc etc. Which was fine but! I was ex 4.5/5 stars I hate trilogies for this reason; the first book is always the best in my opinion or the second book. The third is always the worse just like Homecoming I loved The 100 & Day 21. Both beautifully written. I LOVED CLARKE AND BELLAMY, GLASS AND LUKE, SASHA AND WELLS. UGH ALL THEIR ROMANCES HAD ME SCREAMING AND WANTING MORE FROM THEM. (view spoiler)[Luke gets hurt once Glass gets him back to the original camp place Clarke just said oh he will be fine etc etc. Which was fine but! I was expecting something more like Luke and Glass talking more or an epilogue explaining on what happened. (hide spoiler)] It was so rushed but I still loved the characters and the concept of the book. .

  24. 5 out of 5

    Emily (Obsessed Reader)

    3.5 stars Definitely my least favorite in the series, but I still enjoyed it...just not as much as the first two. For me, each book got a little less enjoyable. Some things just became repetitive and overall tiring. I was annoyed more times with the things in this book than the other two. With that said, I still liked it, and it was a good end to the series.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    "Endings and beginnings are inseparable, like the moment before dawn and the moment after." This series is consistently amazing and the final instalment was no exception! The Hundred are finally settling in to life on earth when disaster strikes on the colony in space. Dropships are hastily sent down to earth and they crash land causing havoc for the young delinquents and killing dozens. The vice chancellor and his armed guards take over the running of the camp and demeans the children who "Endings and beginnings are inseparable, like the moment before dawn and the moment after." This series is consistently amazing and the final instalment was no exception! The Hundred are finally settling in to life on earth when disaster strikes on the colony in space. Dropships are hastily sent down to earth and they crash land causing havoc for the young delinquents and killing dozens. The vice chancellor and his armed guards take over the running of the camp and demeans the children who spent weeks preparing for the others arrival. Bellamy is forced to leave the camp as the vice chancellor is set on executing him because of his crimes on the colony. The vice chancellor's cruel decision making and harsh ruling causes a battle between Bellamy, his friends and the people of Mount Weather. I loved Bellamy and Clarke as usual in this book! They worked together as a team and stuck by one another. Clarke was quick in a crisis, when the dropships arrived on earth she sprung into action by organising the injured and assessing treatments needed. Bellamy was conflicted in this book as he had people protecting him but he was unsure how to deal with the kindness of others. Luckily he ended up fighting for the people he cared about and was fearless in battle. This book had the usual characters, Wells, Sasha, Glass and Luke. Both relationships were realistic. However Glass and Luke made silly decisions at times like wondering away from the camp, at first it was to protect Bellamy but it soon turned into utter stupidity. Luckily they managed to get out of a sticky situation and avoided death at the hands of the Earthborns. The multiple POV in this series is honestly the best I have ever read, Kass Morgan really did a beautiful job with transitioning and setting apart individual voices. Rhodes the vice chancellor annoyed me profusely as he could not accept that people younger than him may be more capable at surviving and without his help no less! He was ruthless and stupid and I'm surprised with the outcome of this book, I expected one of the main characters to kill him off early in the book! Overall an amazing series that I would recommend to any reader!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Flora⁷ ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ

    I am kind of disappointed :/ I really thought it would be better.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sanara♥

    Actual rating - 3.5/5 stars. This book is good as well but not as good as "Day 21". "Day 21" had more tense scenes with a lot of unexpected plot twists so it was more interesting to read. I grew to like Wells and even Glass more in this book. I liked how their characters had developed. I enjoyed reading the chapters from Clarke's and Bellamy's POV the most, but in this book, I even enjoyed reading from Wells' and Glass's perspectives. Sure, this book series didn't have all those plot twists and Actual rating - 3.5/5 stars. This book is good as well but not as good as "Day 21". "Day 21" had more tense scenes with a lot of unexpected plot twists so it was more interesting to read. I grew to like Wells and even Glass more in this book. I liked how their characters had developed. I enjoyed reading the chapters from Clarke's and Bellamy's POV the most, but in this book, I even enjoyed reading from Wells' and Glass's perspectives. Sure, this book series didn't have all those plot twists and threats (The grounders, mountain men, acid fog, A.L.I.E etc) like the show had, but if you don't compare the books with the show, I think people can enjoy reading this series. I actually liked book Clarke more than the show version. For some reason, I just can't stand the show Clarke. “I want to spend eons with you, Clarke Griffin.” “Glad to hear it, because there’s no going back now. We’re here for #Bellarke forever

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jamie (TheRebelliousReader)

    3 stars. My least favorite in the series but I did like how this wrapped up in the end. But now I’m not sure why there is a fourth book when this one feels nice and complete. I’m curious what Morgan has in mind for the next one but I hope that it’s better than this one. Though I will say that Bellamy and Clarke have stolen the show in this series. I started the series more interested in Glass and Luke but now I’m really only primarily in this for Bellamy and Clarke. I’m one book away from being 3 stars. My least favorite in the series but I did like how this wrapped up in the end. But now I’m not sure why there is a fourth book when this one feels nice and complete. I’m curious what Morgan has in mind for the next one but I hope that it’s better than this one. Though I will say that Bellamy and Clarke have stolen the show in this series. I started the series more interested in Glass and Luke but now I’m really only primarily in this for Bellamy and Clarke. I’m one book away from being able to start the television series and I’m excited to get to it and to see how this series wraps up in the next book.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    Sooo good. I really didn’t believe in this series. But i was wrong. This book has alot of action and plot twist, and the characters are all so much more likeble. Also i can see why people thought this was the ending, there’s still alot to be answerded, i am so excited about the 4th and final book. Starting it tomorrow! A FULL REVIEW TO COME (i have to write alot of reviews, im so behind sorryyyyy)

  30. 4 out of 5

    S61

    This was a really great sequel. I ended up enjoying my time reading it and am very eager and nervous for the finale--Kass Morgan is not afraid to kill off her characters. The reason this rating wasn't as high as the other two is because I wasn't hooked on the story for the first half of the novel and the overall pacing was slower in this one. However, I still had a blast reading it and would HIGHLY recommend this series. This was a really great sequel. I ended up enjoying my time reading it and am very eager and nervous for the finale--Kass Morgan is not afraid to kill off her characters. The reason this rating wasn't as high as the other two is because I wasn't hooked on the story for the first half of the novel and the overall pacing was slower in this one. However, I still had a blast reading it and would HIGHLY recommend this series.

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