Saturday, June 4, 2016

Book Review: The Infinite Sea (The 5th Wave, Book 2), by Ricky Yancey

The Infinite Sea (The 5th Wave, book 2)
By: Rick Yancey
ISBN-10: 0399162429
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Cassie, Ben, and their crew are hiding out any place they can find shelter as they try to hide from the alien race known as the Others, who are determined to exterminate the human race.

Meanwhile, Cassie is still holding out the hope that Evan Walkers survived after sacrificing himself to destroy the Others’ main database, and Ringer, the quiet girl with a deadly accurate aim, is trying to figure out who exactly they’re up against in the war for humanity.

The Infinite Sea has less action scenes and more emotional turmoil than the first book, but much like The 5th Wave, the story is captivating, and told from multiple point of views.

It includes:

• Profanity (F-word, godd*mn, b*tch, p*ssies, d*ck, *sshole, sh*t, d*mn, and h*ll)
• Sex scene (un-descriptive; very vague and dreamily written)
• Kissing
• Nudity
• Violence (explosions, deaths, shooting, wounds—some pretty gory descriptions)

More 5th Wave reviews:
Book 1: The 5th Wave

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