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“Great book”Maximus DaBossesness wrote this review Tuesday, October 8, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“great book new characters and old ones. goes back to the past/present and reaveals alot.”lucas c wrote this review Monday, March 25, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Great book good story line and lots off excitment”Owen Wigg wrote this review Thursday, March 21, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“In The Fear by Charlie Higson the main Characters live in a world of horror and terror. The world that children used to know was gone. Everyone over the age of 16 was infected.The virus turned people into insane creatures,hungry for human flesh. Now with no one but each other,how do kids survive in a world like this?I would recommend this book because it is like a roller coaster. You think you know whats going to happen but as quickly as a roller coaster goes up and down,things change.”hunter2018257 wrote this review Thursday, January 31, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This books are just plain scary. The mothers and fathers who have survived are getting stronger and organized...the kids really have something to FEAR!! David continues to be a jerk and falls to all-time lows by the end of the story.”Carolyn P wrote this review Thursday, December 20, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I am now on page 116, this book is an amazing extension of the second book of the series that i read called The Dead. For obvious reasons I'm not going to talk about what happens in the beginning for those whom haven't read the second book. Many of the character are gone yet a lot remain the same, also new exiting characters have been added to create more conflict tension and comedy. The
book is amazing so far and i look forward to reading the horror.
Unfortunately i could not continue reading the book through the breake or i would have definitely finished it by now. I am on page 210. One of the things i love about this series is that you don't have to have read the previous books to enjoy the one you are reading. It is also very easy to refresh your memory if you haven't read the other book in over a year. This is because references and stories of things that happened in the previous books keep coming up. So far the kids are in search of friends they previously lost trying to be reunited until they are attacked and cornered by sickos. Too many to fight just when all hope seems to be lost, a group of kids that called them selves "hunters" swooped in to save the day out of nowhere. A new alliance is formed. i look forward to continuing the book.
I loved this book. Its always hard to put the book down when reading this series because there is always something going on. With every page there is a sicko waiting and a possibility for some one to die. A main character died in the Fear which i loved. This shows how real the situation really is. There is a high chance that they will die and the author shows that by letting one of the main characters be left behind and killed by the collector. To be honest i preferred the previous book just because i felt like it had much more suspense. especially with the relief of them finding the truck. over all i loved this book the author uses very good word choice to paint a picture in your head and keep u scared at night. ”
“Such a good series!”Jaime Swanson wrote this review Monday, November 5, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I liked this book cause it is also about adults trying to kill kids. One of the adults even learns how to use a knife. Saint George and his army have weapons.”Jason Ma wrote this review Wednesday, October 17, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“yet to read, looks great like all the rest.
“I loved this book. It was a great page turner, and a great sci-fi/ horror mix. The book continues the story of the several groups of surviving children. In this dystopian world, everyone 16 and older has been turned into zombie-like creature. The disease causes adults to deteriorate in direct sunlight, and crave the flesh of children. If they do not eat children, they start to die. The book follows mainly a group from the tower of London. About 8 set out to explore London on boat. They discover many communities of children along the way. The book also follows the group of children that follow their leader, and "king", David. David wishes to control all of London's children, and sends a small band of 4 children to scout out the city, and hopefully recruit people along the way. They all get separated when they are attacked in a train tunnel by the diseased adults. Only two of the group survive, the right hand man of David, called Jester, and a scout calling himself Shadowman. Jester reaches a group of kids living in a mall, and recruits them. They return to David. Shadowman, escapes, and stumbles upon a horde of adults. He decides to follow them, so that he can warn people of their arrival later. At the end of the book, he decides to name the horde, The Enemy. This is the title of the first book of the series.”Kyle S wrote this review Sunday, September 30, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No