The 5th Wave. The Fifth Wave (Series). Book 1. Rick Yancey Author Phoebe Strole Narrator (). cover image of The Infinite Sea. The book that started it all! Hailed by. Justin Cronin as “wildly entertaining!” After the 1st wave, only darkness remains. After the 2nd, only the lucky escape. Read Download The 5th Wave |PDF books PDF Free Download Here: https:// soundofheaven.info?book=
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On their way out of the base, they encounter Colonel Vosch, who threatens to kill Sammy. The characters are realistic and react as anyone their age should respond to this kind of scenario.
Making it an excellent sci-fi novel, with a decent amount of gore, but also falls in line with the average young adult fiction novel, incorporating a love story between Evan and Cassie.
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Report as inappropriate. The 5th Wave is told in alternating perspectives and types of narration. One of the two first person narrations is from the character of Cassie, who had a lot of personality. At times, I found her character to be a bit annoying, though. She is still really just a child, so her chapters are immature.
She is strong, but also weak. While she portrays a very strong image, she is actually very fragile. I thought she had strong moments, but even those were clouded with her true weak nature.
The second character who tells his story in first person narration is Ben. Ben was more developed than Cassie, but I think his character needed the development more because he goes through a transformation. Ben starts out sick and weak, but becomes a strong leader by the end. Overall, he's a strong character. Then, there are a couple other characters that we get a third person narration of.
One of whom is Sammy, Cassie's five-year-old brother. I thought that Sammy's character was very well-written. Overall, I thought the characters were good, even with their minor flaws. I thought that Yancey's writing was good. He definitely has a unique writing style that changed accordingly depending on the point of view. The story was good. There were a bunch of small things I didn't like about it, such as the insta-love and Cassie's chapters.
I also found that it ended very abruptly, which was a little disappointing. There was no wind-down, just all of a sudden: BOOM, the story's over! I'm also unsure of my opinion of Evan, which is why I didn't bring him up in my character-breakdown.
I don't understand him or the decisions he made. The thought of his decisions and just him as a character frustrated me. I think that teens would enjoy this one more than adults. I would recommend this novel to a younger audience or anyone who is a fan of Young Adult. This book has a little bit of everything. There's some action, romance, and comedy. It was really enjoyable to read and the movie was really great to watch. Excited to read the next book.
Nice story building with excellent drama and ending. It follows a theory that many hold to be true! An excellent and original alien invasion novel for the teen genre that has appeal beyond just teens. A well constructed and well delivered tale from the teen perspective of the end of humanity from an apparently unstoppable and implacable invading force.
I look forward to the continuing tale I felt it slowed a little in the middle and the writer has an obvious strength and preference when it comes to writing his protagonist above all other characters. But overall it was a fresh take on an alien invasion and I look forward to reading the sequel.
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