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Alive ARC Review


Scott Sigler
July 14,2015 Del Rey
Young adult , Science Fiction, Mystery



A young woman awakes trapped in an enclosed space. She has no idea who she is or how she got there. With only her instincts to guide her, she escapes her own confinement—and finds she’s not alone. She frees the others in the room and leads them into a corridor filled with the remains of a war long past. The farther these survivors travel, the worse are the horrors they confront. And as they slowly come to understand what this prison is, they realize that the worst and strangest possibilities they could have imagined don’t even come close to the truth



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Thanks to Del Rey for the chance to read this amazing book,This book was Omg, i didn't expect to love it as much. i mean i adore the genre but the story telling and the plot and the characters made me fall in love. I was so confused as to what would happen and the reason why it was happening.
I was waiting for things to happen and even when it did i was startled, it was like watching a movie!

I couldn't put it down and i didn't want to miss anything, i had so many theories at to what happened. i felt indignation of the characters behalf, how would you feel waking up alone in what you think is a coffin, to find some of you died and you can't find any adults. you think your parents either died or they tried to kill you, you're just a child but you have to lead for the other children.
I thought this would be dystopian and a new world but no this was more Sci fi and i loved loved it!  We left at a semi cliff hanger and i can not wait to see what happens next!
This is another book you should read, i give Alive five whole crowns!


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