Exodus This is an alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B XN JKW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR ELLE CASEY brings readers Book of in the YA Dystopian APOCALYPSIS Series suitable for older t

  • Title: Exodus
  • Author: Elle Casey
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  • Page: 102
  • Format: ebook
  • This is an alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B0091XN0JKW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR, ELLE CASEY, brings readers Book 3 of 4 in the YA Dystopian APOCALYPSIS Series, suitable for older teens and adults EXODUS My name s Bryn Mathis I m seventeen years old, and my world has been turned upside down and inside out I m racing toward a future I cannot contrThis is an alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B0091XN0JKW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR, ELLE CASEY, brings readers Book 3 of 4 in the YA Dystopian APOCALYPSIS Series, suitable for older teens and adults EXODUS My name s Bryn Mathis I m seventeen years old, and my world has been turned upside down and inside out I m racing toward a future I cannot control I thought I had everything worked out, but then things changed I thought we were all cut off from one another, but it turns out, we re not They say people are talking, and word about me and what I ve done is spreading like the virus that wiped out millions of people, leaving us teens alone to fend for ourselves And depending on who you are, and what you eat for dinner, I m either your salvation or your target Content Warning Mild violence and some foul language Meant for older Young Adult readers age 15 This book is in the Dark Science Fiction Horror Post Apocalyptic genres, featuring teen characters only.APOCALYPSIS SERIES READING ORDERKahayatle Apocalypsis Book 1 Special introductory ebook price Warpaint Apocalypsis Book 2 Exodus Apocalypsis Book 3 Haven Apocalypsis Book 4 This series is dedicated to the amazing, wonderful Native Americans who populate our nation, continuing their traditions and reminding the rest of us that sometimes, progress isn t always the best thing for our people I invite you to learn about the Miccosukee tribe, their history, culture, and lifestyle by visiting this website miccosukee indian vill

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    1. **4.5 Loco Stars**This is my favorite of all the books because I couldn't put it down!I absolutely loved all the action and drama this book hadI found myself many times holding my breath waiting for the other shoe to drop.I am so addicted to this series!

    2. I loved the changeling series and when I saw this one come outI was like hmmm.ally love Elle's writing so maybe I should try this one too.Boy am I glad I did! I didn't write a review for the first two which I should!! We continue our journey with Bryn(the loner before the Apocalypse) who continuously makes the hard moral decisions. You are so proud of her making the right choices. Briefly without giving too much away because reading it for yourself is always better! We are following Bryn who aft [...]

    3. Waterproof cases for Kindles are needed!!!! I think someone should really put some thought into waterproofing Kindles and making body attachments so both hands can be free to multitask if need be This 3rd book just WOW!!! I just couldn't put it down either just like the first two books! Having to wait for the next book to come out is just torture and I really hope there will be more books than just 4 because this series is just too awesome to stop! There will be a day of mourning when the series [...]

    4. As with book 1 and 2 I absolutely loved this one too! This story is just too bloody good, even reading this series for the second time, I've still found it hard to put these books down, Going on to the 4th book I'm as excited as I was the first time reading this series but at the same time I'm sad coz I know it's the last book *sobs* I don't want it to end!

    5. I spent the day reading this book. I blew off work and housework to spend a few hours on the couch with a tissue in one hand and my kindle in the other. This was by far my favorite. The strength of these kids in the face of adversary is remarkable. Every brave moment brought tears to my eyes, every sad moment had me crying so hard that I had to stop reading. I can only hope that my kids would be so resourceful and brave. Bravo Elle, you touched my heart with this one.

    6. I couldn't finish this series fast enough!! the suspense was so killer. I read all 3 books in 48 hours was that good. this is a must read

    7. Very good readI have read books 1 through 3 so far and find them to be well written and well thought out, very believable fast paced with characters that could be the kids down the street with all their charms and faults well researched and presented must have been written by some one with kids or was one once.

    8. Elle Casey has created a most remarkable post-epidemic world, where only teenagers are left to inherit the earth and all the good and bad things that come with that. Our main character, Bryn, is a heroine the likes of Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games) or Clary Fray (City of Bones). She is strong in character, she knows who she is, yet she has flaws, she is just trying to survive in her new reality and do so in line with her morals and conscious. I love sharing this kind of book with young adul [...]

    9. This book is brilliant! I hurried right from book two to book three, and finished the book in a matter of hours. I couldnā€™t pull myself away, no matter that it is Thanksgiving and I have tons to do. Thanksgiving could wait!At the end of book two, I was worried about Bodo. He has become one of my favorite characters in this series. I was happy to see that issue resolvedā€¦ I was a little worried that Elle would make me wait until the end of the series to find out what happened to him, and I pro [...]

    10. I have no idea how Elle Casey does it. Every book is a masterpiece. There's never a slow or dull moment nor is there ever a dip in the plot. Usually in most books there's at least a boring passage or two but Mrs. Casey's books never have a dull moment. She can make a simple conversation between friends just as exciting and fun as a big fight scene. In fact some of my favorite moments in her books are just when her characters are interacting, making fun of each other or just eating lunch. The cha [...]

    11. I've been sitting on this review for a bit with no clue on how to write it. First how can I properly express just how good this book is without any spoilers? And second, I'm still in my OMG! OMG! OMG! phase. I have been turned into a squealing teenager and rendered speechless. This book is simply amazing. I gave both book 1 and 2 of the Apocalypsis series 5 stars and am left feeling that am not doing Exodus justice by also giving it 5 stars. Not that the first two books weren't good, it's simply [...]

    12. Miccosukee and Creek Native American's are some of the best looking and kindest in the Everglades also the most stubborn ones you'll come across in this Post-Apocalyptic world. Bryn upset over the loss of Bodo needs to find out one way or the other and then word comes that there are kids at the landing and they are asking for Bryn. Trip of course says he is going and he will take care of everything. In Bryns mind that means he is going to chase them away. So in Bryn's still she challenges him an [...]

    13. OKWowsie! I want to do this review justice, without being wishy washy at the same time. I feel the pressure after sharing my views with Elle. First of all amazing character development again! Elle always has the best characters that provoke both good and bad emotions. For an author all emotions are good though. I have to admit, I went into this book cheering on Paci. lol. I loved one conversation in this book between LaShay and a few others. She hit the nail on the head (I don't normally like cl [...]

    14. I can not believe how phenomenal this book is. It is book 3, you expect book 3 to lose some umph, but no, Exodus does not! In this book, Bryn chooses to leave the "safety" of the tribe because she stays true to her character! Kowi and Trip refuse to accept some outsiders. Bryn can't believe it, so she stands true and leaves her "home" This is the story of her travelling with her family to a new home- a prison. Elle Casey once again keeps you intrigued throughout. I read this book in three days. [...]

    15. WOAH WAIT A MINUTE!!!!this is the first book to mention this takes place ON the EAST SIDE of the everglades??? OMFG I had sort of assumed it took place around ft meyers and the group traveled down i-75SO THIS MEANSey either came down the Florida turnpike or route 27 from the Orlando area.which means they came VERY VERY VERY close to where I am currently living. sobering thought when it comes to the speculative fiction genre I have been reading alot of as of laterhaps I should of googled miccosuk [...]

    16. These keep getting betterSome moments are so heartbreaking, others so funny you sit there and laugh. It's about making things beyond the odds. If you found this through BookBid or something, go back and read Book 1 & 2 first because you'll never understand the story. You need to start at our trio's beginning.I can't believe how our trio has grown since book 1 I can't tell you anything on the story, I'm sure someone else has, but anything would be a spoiler.Love the flow of the story, it's he [...]

    17. Another fun installment While I enjoyed the second book more, this fell just slightly behind as it was a great addition to the series. The plot does not thicken as much as it did in the second book but I like how the story incorporates more prominent female characters. What I enjoy most is how the author really drives the point that nothing is black and white- all things, specially people are various shades of gray. I think the ending of this book could have been read as the last installment of [...]

    18. Spoilers aheadIf you questioned Bryn's character up until now, look no further. Bryn, devastated over Bodo being missing, prepares to leave on a mission to find him, with Winky as her partner. But when Kowi and Trip decide a pair of newcomers aren't welcome, Bryn, Peter and a few others pack up and leave. She doesn't believe in denying good people safety and won't live like that in a world full of cannibals.There are new characters and old characters well developed in this story. Bryn and her gr [...]

    19. This third book in the Apocalypsis series and picks up right where the second one leaves off. Like the first & second books it's definitely a page turner that I had a hard time putting down. As a result I finished it pretty quickly and therefore was disappointed there wasn't more to the book (really my only complaint). We continue to follow Bryn and her journey of survival as her and some friends try to find out what happened to Bodo and well as journey to a prison to set up a new safe (from [...]

    20. GOD this was amazing.Every time I finish reading something of Ms. Casey I get the same impression. I don't know how she does it. Of course I loved every word in this book. I appreciate Bryn so much for her accomplishments. She is a born leader even if she says the contrary.I can't wait to begin reading the last book.What a talent one must have to be able to come up with new stories to tell every time she puts the pen down or has a keyboard in her hands :)What a talent to write so many characters [...]

    21. Bryn really annoyed me with her attitude in the beginning of this one, and I feel Cali has the right to say he things that annoyed Bryn to the point where she attacked Cali. She says she's upset about losing/leaving Bodo behind at the mansion but seeks out Paci when he shows. clear interest in her and even kisses him back soon after supposedly being really upset by Bodo's possible death and considering a future a relationship with him even though she will wait till she can find about Bodo's fate [...]

    22. I loved the War of the fae and the Otherworlds series, so I decided to read the Apocalypsis series which I assumed would be entertaining especially since it was the very same writer. At first I was disappointed with book 1 (Kahayatle) which I felt started out slow but from the Introduction of Bodo Ruster- da lovable Cherman goofball, I got stuck reading the books. Still stuck! Book 3 (Exodus) has been my favourite so far. I'm hoping book 4 (Haven) will be just as awesome. 5 stars for all the boo [...]

    23. Again, great series. I loved this third installment. (For those new to this, please note that there is explicit language and violence in this book.)Although I wasn't such a fan of the teen crushing and moping for love interests, I kept reading because Elle Casey writes such brilliant, addictive characters. I can't NOT find out what happens to them! Just when Bryn thinks she might be safe at Everglades, another conflict is thrown in her path. I highly recommend this novel, and its series.

    24. Things that were annoying (that's why I gave the book only 3 stars):- rape victims playing, joking and generally acting like nothing happened- a teenage leader who knows how to set the broken nose yeah, right- corpses in a prison stuffed into a pantry/freezer, while it was easier (and safer) to burn them- a total 'The Walking Dead' rip-off - shall we expect a canners attack on the prison? a tank maybe?- Bodo - he's not even funny anymore, but annoying and obnoxious

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