A whole year has passed and Alex is not happy about it. But when Zeke finally returns with his clan to find she's transformed her struggling team into an army with forces spread all over the world, the next phase of the war with Odin must begin. A new breed of Chimera is in the works. They need to figure out what Odin is up to and do whatever it takes to stop them. But eveA whole year has passed and Alex is not happy about it. But when Zeke finally returns with his clan to find she's transformed her struggling team into an army with forces spread all over the world, the next phase of the war with Odin must begin. A new breed of Chimera is in the works. They need to figure out what Odin is up to and do whatever it takes to stop them. But even with a seemingly endless arsenal of resources at their disposal, will it all be enough? Will this vicious cycle of death and war ever end?...
|Title||:||the first war|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||85 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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the first war Reviews
Normally as the books in a series progresses, the impact it leaves, reduces. In this case, the books got better as they moved ahead. For all those who read the first two books – you would have questions like what forced Alex to fight against the Chimeras and Dr. Cray? Or how did she even know Dr. Cray, to begin with. All your why-what-when-where-how is answered in The First War, atleast mine was.The book begins with telling you about how Alex and her sister move into Dr. Cray’s house. Alex failed to understand why she had to dress properly for a dinner where only three of them were present on that enormous table. They dint go to school, but the school was brought to them, at home. After her sister mysteriously vanished one day, Alex confined herself to her room. Over the year, she noticed the servant count reducing drastically and she knew something wasn’t right. She had to look for her sister for she was sure Dr. Cray was up to something, and that led her to the forbidden cellar in the mansion. After what Alex saw there, she ran for her life without turning back and never to return to that house.Zeke was gone for a year and a sudden attack on the land of the First, bring him and Alex in front of each other, once again. As per the Raju’s instructions, the team of First agrees to work with the humans to destroy their common enemy. In the first two books, Alex and her team seem untrained and weak, which are made up for in Book Three. They are not only trained and well equipped, but have also set up a few centers for planning strategies and hiding. The teams are divided and mixed in order to build their co-ordination and sync amongst each other. Will seems to be all grown up. His appearance as a sweet boy has changed and he is more in command now, and surely knows what he is doing.When I read the title of the book, I expected it be just that – The War. But as I read through, I was shocked by everything that they came across. New findings. More information. Solis – a new set of powerful Chimeras, nothing like the ones engineered before. (I wish I could just talk about all of it here!) Just when I thought I knew where the story is headed, Mel throws a new twist.This one surely gets a 5/5. :D Now that you have reached the end of the review - you should maybe consider buying her books... Go... NOW! :D (And no, she's not paying me for this :P )
Another thrilling installment of The First series, I got so caught up reading this on the bus I missed my stop. The war against the chimera continues with Odin seemingly always one stop ahead of Alex and her companions. The personal relationships between the characters draws you in you feel for them and if like me you get weepy at good books you may want to keep tissues handy during this one. I cannot recommend the whole series highly enough and am impatiently awaiting the next installment.
Great ending to this mini series. Although each book was only novella size, each was a compelling read, glad all four books were released, would of hated waiting for the next book. Very well written and loved the story.