Exile - The Extinction Trials (Paperback)S.M. Wilson (author)
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Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 384
Dimensions: 198 x 130 mm
The Hunger Games meets Jurassic Park. * The Bookseller *
This book is PHENOMENAL * Kelly's Ramblings *
This is sincerely the most jaw-dropping and phenomenal sequel I've read in a long time, it didn't suffer from any middle book syndrome. I feel Exile is far more superior, suspenseful and more exciting and it totally beats Hunger Games in my book. * Never Judge a Book by its Cover blog *
What I loved most about Exile was how the author built on what she'd already conjured up of the world for us. While the world-building was exceptional in book one, I still didn't feel entirely comfortable in it, if you know what I mean? But here the author herself seems at ease in the world as she explores more into it, thus ensuring that we see more about the world we've grown to love in all the right ways. I loved that we got to see more into the workings of the parliament and Earthasia in general, but this is nothing compared to the feeling of being back in Piloria- I loved it all, swamps, forests, dinosaurs and all. While we don't get a a huge amount of action with the dinosaurs, what we do get is so thrilling and gory that you couldn't possibly be wanting for more! * The Regal Critiques *
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