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    The 100. Day 21

    Loved it! Got hooked in no time flat. Can't wait for the next one :)
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    Day 21 - The secrets of the earth are revealed

    Earth has been the home of the human race, ever since our history started. No matter what you believe from Adam and Eve to evolution, humanity has started on earth, and believed to be ended on the same planet. For many it was. Generation after generation was born and died on the planet. Wars, family, love, and social change all happened on the soils of the planet earth. It was one war, though, fought with nuclear bombs, which caused the earth radiation levels to be too high to stand human life. There it was that the human race had to leave the planet and live in space. After generations in space it was time to return to earth as the station could no longer support the population. It was time to return home, to a place they thought they left behind forever. It’s a shame, really, that a few never did leave. The hundred have been on earth for a while now. After the Earthborns kill Asher, tension had been rising at camp. People like Graham, wanted to go out and hunt the Earthborns, where Wells tried to reason with him, as they had no idea where their camp was located, or how many of them there was. Frustrated beyond belief Wells stands guard over the camp, ignoring Graham whines all together. Clark and Bellamy are still off on their quest to find Octavia, where things started getting heated. They found a crash site of a drop ship, one not from their mission but an earlier one. Before they could examine it further, Clark was bitten by a snake, forcing Bellamy to take her back to camp, losing Octavia’s trail. Wells saw Bellamy come back with Clark, and rushed to get her well with the last of their medicine. Clark upon awaking is curious about the crash site, waiting to go back and take a closer look. Wells goes back to stand guard hears a noise in the woods. Running he finds an Earthborn girl. Taking her back to camp, he locks her in the medical tent, away from Graham and Bellamy. With a new death the hundred are determined to hunt the Earthborns, but only Wells guesses that they are already on the inside. Glass is once again with Luke, and all is happy between them once again. Walden is under chaos since the skybridge separating them from Phoenix closed. But Glass doesn’t care, because she is once again with the love of her life. The issue was Glass was still hiding the reason why Carter died from Luke. Even more unfortunate was that Camille, Luke’s best friend and ex-girlfriend, knows Glass’s secrete, and forces her to tell her how she got between Phoenix and Walden with the close skybridge. Even if Glass paid to shut Camille up, she still fears that Camille will tell Luke. If it wasn’t just that, oxygen supply on Walden is going down, forcing Glass to let both of them die together alongside Luck’s people, or face her fears and kill her people faster than expected. Kass Morgan did an equally amazing job with this middle book as she did the first. The book continued on just as the first book ended, with not even a day passing. The relationships grow deeper, as Wells and Clark finally split off, each finding someone else very fast. The writing was nice as it kept everything fast pace, but giving us enough detail to paint a beautiful image in our minds. The Earthborns gave it a nice touch, making everyone wonder how they survived on the group, and knew about the people in space, but not the other way around. Shedding some more light in the past, it is still not entirely clear yet. With a shocking end to the novel, it will make you reach for the third book real quick. Check out more of my book reviews at TeenageReads.com
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    A great sequel!!

    This book was filled with so mny cliff hangers that i just could not stop reading it. I also like how it is written in different perspectives like the first book.
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    Pretty entertaining

    Once you read through the first book, follow along with the way it jumps around, it's a pretty good read. Since the characters are actually quite different from the show, ones who do and do not exist. I liked it.
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    Loved it

    Defiately better than the first. I love Bellamy so much more now. It's so awesome how he's related to Wells. I hearby approve of Wells and Sasha.

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