From the first page of the first book, I was hooked; Fukuda is an excellent writer, and with every instalment of this series, he delivers fast-paced, suspenseful action and thoughtful characterisation. She is very comfortable with who she is and what her beliefs are. This is the kind of book you'll want to stay up with all night to finish! The Hunt trilogy has lived up to the promise of the first book and delivered shocks and drama with every turn of the page. I mean who has time for kissing when you have Duskers wanting to eat you? I'm glad that amidst all that was going on in the story, Andrew Fukuda was able to show that side of the story, though briefly. While some of the early events were a bit predictable, the end took a turn I didn't expext. His second novel, The Hunt, the first in a new series, was bought at auction by St.
It felt like a bomb exploded and I had no idea how to deal with the aftermath. Again the group tried to escape and then found themselves caught and bundled on a train leading who knew where - possibly the place where Gene's dad was and then Book 2 finished. To put it bluntly, it's stupid, and the more I think about it, the more I dislike it. Scattered throughout the book are more clues to Gene's dad and who he was as a person but alas no father turns up. The Hunt is both terrifying and sublime, with every page evoking that fragile, yet unyielding thing we call humanity. I cannot wait to see what Fukuda does next. Bound on a train heading into the unknown with the surviving Mission girls, Gene, Sissy, David, a From author Andrew Fukuda comes The Trap, the explosive finale to The Hunt trilogy—perfect for fans of The Hunger Games! I felt so exhausted, but it turns out it wasn't the end.
The Trap picks up where The Prey left off: Gene, Sissy, David, and Epap are on a train along with the young girls that escaped The Mission. The Trap is filled with awesome action and twisty developments. I could not wrap my mind around the brilliant ending. He crumbled and became Sissy's pet. I have always pondered certain aspects of the world Fukuda has created, but it still feels well thought out.
That made me cringe, and ends the book on an absolutely sour note. Overall I think this series is original and one for the gore lovers. It was safe to say that those moments rearranged the whole story for me and gave me a whole new perspective to think about, and evaluate the story in a different angle, with a different approach. Ashley June reappears and this creates a bit of a love triangle, but nothing overwhelms the story. But as they struggle to get there, Gene's mission sets him on a crash course with Ashley June, his first love.
A hot wind, dank and moist as a tongue, hurls through the bars of our caged car, gusts through our clothes and hair, our clenched hands, our crouched, shaking bodies. Gene and Sissy were enough source of agony for me, that kind of bittersweet, doomed love and Ashley June just had to come in and present us flashbacks of what really happened to her, what it was like for her. The first two books in the trilogy really had a good plot and ended with a witty cliffhanger to it. Needless to say, the ending was so utterly shocking that I needed to take a few minutes to really process everything. The Trap is the third book in The Hunt Series. The plot in this book was just as I expected: fast and action-packed.
I read Crossing Over as well, and I hated the way that ended, and I felt the same with this book. I thought the ending was perfect for this trilogy. Just send us an and we'll put the best up on the site. It completely blew my mind to pieces, and I swear, I will never fully recover from reading it! In the first two books, Fukuda was the master of worldshaking plot twists, in each case coming in the very last sentence of the book. It makes him seem like less of a human being, and as a result, it's harder to connect with him. Fukuda you clever, wicked man…well done! But as they struggle to get there, Gene's mission sets him on a crash course with Ashley June, his first love.
Recuerden que la mejor máquina del tiempo no es solo la ducha ni la música. Andrew Fukuda is a master of these kind of twists. I loved the Hunger Games but this one seems like it might be too much for my wimpy heart to handle. . What did I just read?! What did I just read?! It gave Gene's and Sissy's character a bit of an edge, a darker tinge to it. Por cualquier duda que tengas puedes contactarnos por nuestro correo ursulitarosalez gmail.
And it'll make you think about unintended consquences. Pero no son las únicas cosas que persiguen a Gene. Alas, Fukuda then had a minor hiccup by halting the fast paced action and intrigue to allow a character barf out a barrage of information that was not easy to process quickly. I was hoping for a cure. After earning a bachelor's degree in history from Cornell University, Fukuda worked in Manhattan's Chinatown with the immigrant teen community. It's like the wariness, the deaths, the setbacks and countless heartbreaks suddenly weighed down on me. Poco a poco iremos añadiendo más libros.
After barely escaping the Mission alive, Gene and Sissy face an impossible task: staying alive long enough to stop an entire world bent on their destruction. For some wacky reason, the Ruler who basically disappears halfway through this book? Spoilers ahead hepers: That tank scene with the ruler was so gross. This series is unique and fast-paced, and I just couldn't put it down. Bound on a train heading into the unknown with the surviving Mission girls, Gene, Sissy, David, and Epap must stick together and use everything they have to protect each other and their only hope: the cure that will turn the blood-thirsty creatures around them into humans again. More than once I found myself on the verge of tears with this one. This was one of those books I couldn't read at night because it would have infiltrated into my dreams! They each get a few chapters of their own though, told in third person. There is no other word for this book, really.