Light THE END. To a reader, these two words can be devastating…especially if you have to wait for the next book in a series to come out!!! Today, however, it’s truly the end…of a series. Gone by Michael Grant has kept me on the edge of my seat since page 1 and six books later, I still couldn’t put it down! I have seen those teenagers growing up, fighting, dying. They grew more emotionally than physically, though many of their bodies did change drastically. Some changed for the better, others for the absolute worst…you might even say absolute evil. At the center of it all is one Autistic boy who just wanted to protect himself and a terrifying creature seeking destruction. The end came in a classic battle between the two. The end was fire and blood and pain and violence. This is a story not for the faint of heart or delicate sensibilities. It is a story of human nature at its worst and best and everything in between. Astrid said it best, “There were heroes in the FAYZE…and there were villains. Most of us were a little bit of both.”

About dknott715

I am a high school librarian and avid reader. I work in a high school library in Chesterfield, VA serving 9th grade students and staff.

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