The Power of Six (Hardback)
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Short Description for The Power of Six The follow-up to the #1 "New York Times" bestseller "I Am Number Four." John Smith is Number Four. He has just met Number Six, and he knows the survival and the fate of Lorien--and Earth--now rest in their hands.
- Published: 23 August 2011
- Format: Hardback 406 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780061974557 ISBN 10: 0061974552
- Sales rank: 15,438
Reviews for The Power of Six
This is the sequel to the best selling novel called I Am Number Four, and I have reviewed it here on my blog. If you've read the first book and didn't like it as much, you should read this one, because it's even better than the first book!
This one pretty much start's where the previous one ended and I thought we didn't get to read more from John's perspective, but I was wrong, we get to read from his view and Marina's (Number Seven) perspective. I loved the new character Marina and she's such a beautiful character. We get introduced to more characters as well as Ella, and some more. I fell in love with Marina's abilities and if I was one of the nine I would want to have her powers.
The Author has improved a lot and there's a lot of twists and turn's that'll make you turn the pages quicker than you'd expect. The romance in this book takes to new height's as well and I think he's built a lot of connection between the characters and I have personally fell even more in love with them.
He's not forgotten to put action sequences either they're all the way through the book. This book is yet another trill ride, where you'll smile, laugh, cry, get shocked and over Happy. I can't wait until August for the release of the next novel in this series!
This book and series is definitely recommended and Pittacus Delivers all the way through. This book has everything from Love & Romance to Blood & Vengeance.
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