Plague - Michael Grant Reviews
Description:ISBN 1405256575 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Michael Grant / Paperback / 208 Pages / Book is published 2011-03-07 by Egmont Books ... more
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by - written on 28/04/13 (Very useful, 31 readings)
Plague is a disappointing entry into Michael Grant's 'Gone' Saga set within the confines of the F.A.Y.Z (Fallout Alley Youth Zone). The F.A.Y.Z is a 20 mile section of an American coastal town that was one day entombed within a strange barrier. Everyone over the age of 14 vanished, and the kids inside started to develop strange new powers. Plague is set directly after the events of the last book Lies and sees Astrid struggling to comprehend the meaning behind the momentary disappearance of the F.A.Y.Z wall when her little brother Petey lost his concentration. Now everyone in town is beginning to suspect what Astrid already knows; that this autistic child may ... Read the complete review
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