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Jennifer Brody õ 2 Free download

Ation of Earth becomes possible Against this backdrop a group of young friends in the underwater Thirteenth Continuum dream about life outside their totalitarian existence an idea that has been ou. The 13th Continuum is a book I so picked up because it looked interesting than anthing else I didn t know too much about it but the idea of the book intrigued me I liked the word continuum And that was enough for me to sign up and keep me fingers crossed that I was chosen to be part of the tour I m so happy I got the chance to read and review this book because I flew through it in the space of two days despite it being 400 something pages long This novel is a post apocalyptic set book The beginning had me head over heels in love already because we get to see the Doom unfolding and what happened to the chosen people who were sent to the continuums But then we got a little bit of history as we skip forward 1000 years it s not a disjointed skip at all We get to see how the situation in the

Characters The 13th Continuum

The 13th Continuum

Tlawed for centuries When a shocking discovery turns the dream into a reality they must decide if they will risk their own extinction to experience something no one has for generations the Surface. VERDICT 4 Young Adult stars I am lenient with YA ratings in general since I m not a YAOne of the better post apoc YA books I ve read in a while featuring 2 very different settings sea and space 2 good protagonists female male and eventually some tense life or death momentsI can t say it was 100% plausable or realistic but as a YA post apoc adventure tale it was a fun ride most of the time If you don t mind YA tales with some of the usual tropes view spoiler16 year olds in leadership positions YAs getting stuff done immediately that the adults are too dumblazy to do some sort of instalove hide spoiler

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One thousand years after a cataclysmic event leaves humanity on the brink of extinction the survivors take refuge The 13th eBook #211 in continuums designed to sustain the human race until repopul. The 13th Continuum takes the young adult dystopian in a new direction giving us a world where some humanity at least knew that the end was coming and did not put all their hopes in one basket Instead they stored for lack of a better word groups of humans in different locations including space to give the human race the best chance of survivalThe contrast between the two main groups of survivors oceans space is interesting The technology displayed by those sailing the skies is imaginative and feels appropriate to the settingand lets be honest just plain cool Whereas the tight control via religious elements imparts a crushing no hope feeling for those trapped under the oceans I loved that the author could give us two clearly defined situations that managed to make the book feel at times not


10 thoughts on “The 13th Continuum

  1. says:

    I haven't been as surprised by how fast a book has grabbed me in uite a while I loved the premise of it it is not just another dystopian book

  2. says:

    The 13th Continuum takes the young adult dystopian in a new direction giving us a world where some humanity at least knew that the end was coming and did not put all their hopes in one basket Instead they stored for lack of a better word groups

  3. says:

    I won a signed copy of this novel from the author during the Fall 2016 YASH via Jennifer Brody's bonus giveaway Thanks very much JenniferA thousand years after an apocalyptic event humanity has saved itself from extinction by surviving in continuums specifically designed to sustain us until repopulation of the surface of the earth becomes po

  4. says:

    35 stars• My full review can be found on my YouTube channel The 13th Continuum by Jennifer Brody

  5. says:

    The 13th Continuum is a book I so picked up because it looked interesting than anthing else I didn't know too much about it but the idea of the book intrigued me I liked the word continuum And that was enough for me to sign up and keep me fingers crossed that I was chosen to be part of the tour I'm so happy I got

  6. says:

    I enjoyed this novel; I liked it very much but I didn't love it thus I cannot give it five stars My ability to love it was compromised at the very beginning when we ran into a christian like theocracy running the colony which I though

  7. says:

    I loved this first entry into the Continuum series If you're a dystopian lover this a must read and every bit as good as The Hunger Games and Divergent The world building is utterly compelling and uniue and the cha

  8. says:

    VERDICT 4 Young Adult stars I am lenient with YA ratings in general since I'm not a YAOne of the better post apoc YA books I've read in a while

  9. says:

    The story follows two individuals Myra and Aero from two different Continuums We get to hear both views of Myra and Aero while we are reading Myra lives below the sea in one of the Continuum's that is beginning to fail The society down there is setup in to different ranks and jobs We get to learn a lot about the different jobs and how you choice to become part of those jobsportions of society Aero is actually from a sp

  10. says:

    The Continuum Trilogy Book #1 1000 years ago 13 Continuums were created to shelter a number of people to prevent complete extinction if a cataclysmic event called The Doom ever came to pass The 13th Continuum is an underwater colony s

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