Avatars: Bk. 1

Avatars: Bk. 1 : So This is How it Ends

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The end of the world is only the beginning

From New York to Los Angeles, Chile to Egypt, five teens awake to find their cities eerily deserted. Why have they survived when so many others haven't? What force connects them to one another? Moving north, south, east, and west, they are pulled together to fight the ultimate battle in a war they never knew about—a war that has been raging since the dawn of time.
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 480 pages
  • 105 x 169 x 25.4mm | 249.48g
  • Eos
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 0060750294
  • 9780060750299
  • 2,193,414

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690 ratings
3.93 out of 5 stars
5 34% (233)
4 37% (253)
3 21% (144)
2 6% (44)
1 2% (16)

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Kali lives in New York, and has a tendency to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Maybe. Tigre lives in Chile. He likes animals better then people, but rainstorms make him a little twitchy and he usually ends up running in them. Sort-of. Venus is a perfect teenage pop-star that everyone adores. Almost. Amon is an Egyptian boy who thinks he's got it all figured out. And Gus is a normal teenager who lives in LA with his older brother. You'd never imagine that any of them would ever have anything to do with each other. Much less something in common. Or that there was any way that most of them would ever meet. Most of them would agree with you. But when the world seems to end, they are the ones left standing. I just have to say, this was a really good book. In fact, the main reason I didn't give it a Gold Award was because the ending cliffhanger was so huge and dramatic and cliffhangery that I threw the book. It's just mean to do that when I don't have access to the next book! So, I suppose I'm being selfish in withholding the Gold Award, but it's frustrating! That, however, is a horrible reason to not read this book. Just be forewarned, and maybe have the next book coming soon. Two more things: Aside from the fact that there is a TV show called Avatar, and a movie in production called The Avatar, neither of which have anything to do with this story, I could totally see this as a movie. *Hint, Hint* Tui Sutherland's website is adorable and hilarious, and I definitely recommend checking it out. And no, I don't know her, but I bet she's cool.show more
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