Book three in the hit series that's soon to be a major motion picture starring Amandla Stenberg and Mandy Moore--now with a stunning new look and an exclusive bonus short story that delves into the mind of Clancy Gray.
Ruby can't look back. Fractured by an unbearable loss, she and the kids who survived the government's attack on Los Angeles travel north to regroup. Only Ruby can keep their highly dangerous prisoner in check. But with Clancy Gray, there's no guarantee you're fully in control, and everything comes with a price.
When the Children's League disbands, Ruby rises up as a leader and forms an unlikely allegiance with Liam's brother, Cole, who has a volatile secret of his own. There are still thousands of other Psi kids suffering in government "rehabilitation camps" all over the country. Freeing them--revealing the government's unspeakable abuses in the process--is the mission Ruby has claimed since her own escape from Thurmond, the worst camp in the country.
But not everyone is supportive of the plan Ruby and Cole craft to free the camps. As tensions rise, competing ideals threaten the mission to uncover the cause of IANN, the disease that killed most of America's children and left Ruby and others with powers the government will kill to keep contained. With the fate of a generation in their hands, there is no room for error. One wrong move could be the spark that sets the world on fire.
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The ending of this series wrapped up so so nicely. Still heartbroken about one of the major character deaths and didn’t understand why it was necessarily vital to the plot and conclusion. However, this book was my favorite out of the three. I am so so happy I decided to dive into this trilogy:)
Never have I actually fully read a series and been so irritated, bored and underwhelmed with the storyline and characters. And when interesting characters were finally introduced they were barely apart of the story or killed off without a second thought. I found this to be poor writing where the author was more invested on a teen romance that was more annoying than sweet, and writing a 12 year old character year as if they were 5 years old which was confusing. All in all it was fine at best and really can’t see the hype.
I can’t wait for the movie to come out!!
I’ve seen the darkest minds and read all the books!! I loved it!! The darkest minds is my new favorite movie lol