Title: Day 21 (The 100 #2)
It’s been Day 21 days (like the book title) since the Hundred stepped onto the unknown surfaces of Earth. But the drama doesn’t just happen on Earth, there’s still a ton of anarchic things happening on the ship. We get the story through the eyes of the narrators from the last novel; Clarke (my favourite), Bellamy, Wells and Glass, and it’s actually refreshing to get to see everything in a panoramic style, so that none of the action with each different character goes missed. Even when the POV’s changed, I was still gripped to the increasingly action packed storyline that became hard to put down.
The plot picks up right from where The 100 ended, but before long, wars with a new unfamiliar enemy stir up and the Hundred are faced with more dilemmas and commotion than previously. Their loyalties are tested, Bellamy for his sister’s safety, Glass for the love of her life; Luke, whereas Wells is the foundation of keeping the group stable and Clarke is the determined and courageous girl she has been from the first book, trying to find Mount Weather at what ever the cost.
Overall, Day 21 is an addition to The 100 series that is unmissable, breathtaking and out of this world. The rollercoaster of the ship, the newfound land of Earth and characters that burst out of the pages with lively and electrifying personalities, make this series a 5 star one by far. If you haven’t started The 100 series, you’re missing out on something heart-stopping and thrilling on your bookshelf. Kass Morgan has written yet another stunning dystopian novel that’s sure to be on everyone’s shelf this year. 5 stars and more.
And with that ending – I can’t wait for book three!
YA Dystopia and Science Fiction fans! And of course, for fans of the show!
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