☆ Quarantine || ☆ PDF Download by ↠ JamesPhelan


  • Title: Quarantine
  • Author: JamesPhelan
  • ISBN: 9781907410697
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback

  • Jesse has survived the chasers He s survived the roving bands of humans And he might even have started to make some new friends But the quarantine period is up The army is coming in And Jesse s about to learn that the real test of survival has only just begun.
    JamesPhelan
    James Phelan is the award winning author of twenty four novels and one work of non fiction He first studied and worked in architecture before turning to English Lit, working five years at The Age newspaper, obtaining an MA Writing and PhD Young Adult Literature Hachette has published his five geo political thrillers FOX HUNT, PATRIOT ACT, BLOOD OIL, LIQUID GOLD and RED ICE.From 2010 2011, Hachette published the widely acclaimed ALONE trilogy of Young Adult post apocalyptic dystopian novels.In 2013 2014, published James thirteen book adventure series about the dream work THE LAST THIRTEEN The multi award winning series 2014 YABBA, COOL, KOALA awards has been highly successful around the world, selling over a million copies in 18 monthsE SPY Hachette, 2013 , was the first instalment in a new series of suspense thrillers with the protagonist Jed Walker, and is followed by THE HUNTED 2015 , and KILL SWITCH 2015.James is currently working on a follow up trilogy to THE LAST THIRTEEN, thrillers, and an illustrated middle grade series titled GRANDPA SPIES.James has taught writing at post graduate level and regularly talks at schools, libraries and universities around the world Since 2006 he has sold over 4 million copies of his books.


    Commentaires:

    Turtleduck
    I was enjoying reading this book until the ending to be honest. I think the book was a natural progression from the others, it moved on well and I liked the way Jesse was determined to get out of the city. I particularly liked the portrayal of the big group of survivors and how the situation those people find themselves in can make certain changes in a person's personality, or even exacerbate those parts of yourself that you dislike. I also enjoyed Jesse's thoughts on what home really means. The [...]

    Logan Bartel
    Personal ResponseI liked this book because it was written very well. All the characters made decisions that would make sense, and didn't do anything crazy that didn't make sense. I disliked how the book ended though, I feel like it didn't give the reader the answers they wanted.Plot SummaryThe book starts out with Jesse, Felicity, and Rachel being at a zoo in recently bombed Manhattan. The bombing released a chemical agent into the air that made the infected people known as chasers get sick and [...]

    andrew looker
    Personal ResponseI think that this was the best book out of the three book series because it had the best action and very exciting moments. The ending was amazing and I think this is one of my favorite books. It is very fun to read with the perfect amount of action to keep you reading. I liked it because it had just enough cliffhangers to keep you reading and interested. The series overall was very good the author did an amazing job.PlotFirst what happens is Jesse leaves the zoo to go to the Che [...]

    Melanie Adkins
    New York is no longer standing. An explosion took out the city rather easily. Now, Jesse is trying to live life as normally as he can. It's made more difficult by people infected with virus that makes them into killing machines. There are so many obstacles to overcome before any healing can begin. Sixteen year old Jesse is in the middle of it all. Phenomenal writing and characters you can relate to, make this book one your YA fan needs in their library. Twists and turns keep you guessing what wi [...]

    Landon Buchholtz
    Personal Response: I thought it was a great book, mainly because it's about zombies. I liked it because it's like a book of "The Walking Dead". I like how the Author made the Main character a 16 year old boy. It reminds me that books can be fun sometimes. It's cool how the Author did what he did, I liked it.Plot: It's about a post apocalypse in the city of New York. There is this young boy named Jesse. Jesse tries to live a normal life, but the infected are getting in the way of that. He survive [...]

    Shannon
    Finally an end to the series! The first one still remains my favourite for it's rug-out-from-under-your-feet moment. I didn't realise at the time but this didn't actually answer all of the questions that the series raised for example, why were the US military shooting at their own people? We will never know. Despite this I still liked it and would definitely recommend it as a series.

    Melissa
    Great finish to the trilogy. Loved every but of this !!

    Brody Arndt
    Personal ResponseI liked this book because it was very action packed. It had a lot of killing and fighting scenes.The characters were always looking to survive and did anything possible to survive.It also was very interesting to see how the characters acted at such a young age.Plot Summary In Quarantine there were these kids named David and Sarah. The city blew up and got infected with radium,as a result they were separated from their parents. Later on they were then left to survive from the cha [...]

    Jackie
    Book Infoebook, 256 pagesExpected publication: September 24th 2013 by Kensington Books (first published October 11th 2011)ISBN 0758280718 (ISBN13: 9780758280718)edition language Englishseries Alone #3Source:Netgalley EARCBook Buy LinksB&NBOOK SYNOPSISIn a dangerous, devastated New York, one 16-year-old Australian boy finds himself alone…It's now or maybe never sixteen year old Jesse has spent eighteen days in post-apocalyse New York, waiting for help that never comes. He owes it to his new [...]

    Bree T
    It’s been eighteen days since the catastrophe hit New York City. Jesse, a sixteen year old student from Australia was in New York for some kind of leadership camp run by the United Nations and was on the subway when everything changed. He emerged from underground and found a city burning and destroyed, found the remaining surviving citizens changed beyond all recognition.Jesse has sheltered in 30 Rock and in the Zoo. He’s found other survivors, small pockets of them and when rumours hit of a [...]

    ♥ Ashleigh ♥contrary to popular belief i'm not actually mad!
    Simplistic writting that still manages to create a compelling story. No simplistic isnt the correct term. how can this be taken as simple?"The silenced submachine guns spat jets of bright flaring flames. I passed back the goggles, rubbing my eyes. At least a dozen long tongues of death as the soldiers did their devil's dance in the street, wiping out the group of chasers. I'd never felt so ashamed."there's obviously much talent and insight into Jesse and if you look beyond the surface the book h [...]

    Kristin (Blood,Sweat and Books)
    It's been 18 days since Jesse became stranded in New York. Things were bad before but now it's about to get a whole lot worse. With no way of knowing what lies in store beyond the borders, Jesse and his friends must make plans to leave the sanctuary of the Zoo. However, with time running out and the number of Infected growing by the hour, the trip might not just be dangerous, it might prove to be deadly as well. Despite taking a long time to pick up and read Quarantine, when I did, it was like I [...]

    Julie
    Jesse has survived the chasers. He's survived the roving bands of humans. And he might even have started to make some new friends with the new set of survivors at Chelsea Piers. Here he receives medical attention, food and plenty of interest from the other survivors, particulary Paige who quickly forms a strong attachment to him. Sadly, Paige reminds him too much of Anne who perished in the subway all those days ago. Together they all work out that the safest way to escape New York would be to g [...]

    Maximillian Meyerhofer
    Personal Response:I liked this book because of how the author portrayed the characters and what they did. All the characters made good, common-sense decisions. There were no dumb decisions where somebody would have gotten killed or hurt. I also liked how there was a lot of action in the book. One thing I disliked though, was at the end of the book, it did not make it fun because it leaves the reader hanging, on what is happening within the text.Plot Summary:At the beginning of the book Jesse, Fe [...]

    Maria Miaoulis
    Summary:In this final installment of the Alone trilogy, Jesse is desperate to make his way home. However, his best chance of escaping the zombie-infested streets of New York City is to work with a group of survivors that’s been hiding at Chelsea Piers. More and more people arrive there each day, but it will take some convincing to get them to leave the safety of their temporary shelter. An attack on the building by military tanks forces their hand, so they take to the road. But with the undead [...]

    Teri
    I seem to be on a roll lately for reading books I didn't realize were part of a series. I thought I had the basic gist of the first two books - Jesse was visiting New York from Australia when the virus hit and lost some friends along the way - no problem keeping up with that. As I got into the book, I realized I didn't understand the different degrees of viruses (some Chasers were passive, others more aggressive) or the prior relationship between Jesse and Caleb, things I assume the two other bo [...]

    Teri
    I seem to be on a roll lately for reading books I didn't realize were part of a series. I thought I had the basic gist of the first two books - Jesse was visiting New York from Australia when the virus hit and lost some friends along the way - no problem keeping up with that. As I got into the book, I realized I didn't understand the different degrees of viruses (some Chasers were passive, others more aggressive) or the prior relationship between Jesse and Caleb, things I assume the two other bo [...]

    April
    Quarantine is the final book in the riveting " Alone " trilogy. Jesse has been living in post-apocalyptic New York, dealing with Chasers and fighting for survival, for over two weeks now. To say he's been through a lot is a major understatement. Now trying to cope with the events at the end of Survivor that left him one friend down and still struggling to survive, he decides that he must leave his shelter behind to find the group of survivors Caleb told him about in book 2. This series has been [...]

    Liz Barnsley
    Quarantine is the final book of the “Alone” series and I had been looking forward to this one so thank you kindly for the copy via Netgalley.Jesse, still trapped in New York, and hiding out from the Chasers, decides that in order to survive he must leave the temporary shelter and search for other survivors that he believes are out there somewhere. He crosses the city, searching for Caleb who has fallen foul of the virus and for a possible cure…I enjoyed this instalment, highly action packe [...]

    Liz Barnsley
    Quarantine is the final book of the "Alone" series and I had been looking forward to this one so thank you kindly for the copy via Netgalley.Jesse, still trapped in New York, and hiding out from the Chasers, decides that in order to survive he must leave the temporary shelter and search for other survivors that he believes are out there somewhere. He crosses the city, searching for Caleb who has fallen foul of the virus and for a possible cureI enjoyed this instalment, highly action packed and w [...]

    Ben MacKay
    1. I decided to read this book because I have read all the others and wanted to finally finish the series.2. I found the description of the survivors base and the many different characters that were situated at the base. I found the character Caleb interesting. He was one of the first of the survivors Jesse found and eventually became a chaser. The way the character acted after he was infected was what I liked the most. He was a hunting chaser and seemed to be at every climax of the book.3."Stay [...]

    Jazmen This Girl Reads A lot
    *NetGalley copy*"Stay and hide. Run and fight. Either way you risk it all."When I read that line in the synopsis, I was thinking okay I'm in for a real ride but sadly this wasn't much of a ride, it was more like coasting. I expected so much more from this book and I just didn't get it but not for lack of trying on the author's part. It's obvious this author is a great writer with great ideas but this one just didn't do it for me. It just didn't have enough action. Post apocalyptic books are supp [...]

    Viraphone
    Actually thinking 3&1/2 stars, but on the lower side of the half, hence rounding down.Surprisingly, I think I liked this one better than the previous ones. It went smoothly from the previous book, and brought quite a number of events. (view spoiler)[The group of survivors indeed found at Chelsea Piers, the intervention of the US Army all that clearing the why that last one is titled "Quarantine". (hide spoiler)] The epilogue confused me a bit, but overall, it was quite a nice end to the tril [...]

    Ryan Buckby
    i have just finished this series and i can say it was a really good way to end the trilogy however the last few pages left me confused. After coming from not reading books for a couple of weeks, when i came back to this world i knew exactly what had happened in the plot and where i left of and it makes it easier when the last book picks right up from the second book. i couldn't put this book down i just wanted to know what was going to happen to each character and most importantly what will happ [...]

    sh(e)reader
    These books are short, and I'll admit to rushing through this one, just to see if questions were answered. And, not really, no. In a little "author interview" at the end of the book, the author said he likes to leave things to the reader. I didn't really care for this final book I wasn't committed to the series, just wanted to finish. Jesse bugged me a little. Here is this 16-year old boy who thinks he is going to walk into a refugee camp and convince everyone to leave with him. He's better tha [...]

    Rjsmommy
    A Short-Lived Apocalypse…Sixteen year old Jesse came to New York via Australia to attend a United Nations teen ambassador conference. What he got was a zombie apocalypse. Avoiding “Chasers” and “the Infected”, Jesse must convince a group of fellow survivors to risk everything by leaving their comfortable, fortified shelter to trek into the unknown northern regions towards possible sanctuary. Additionally, he must deal with survivor’s guilt, slightly unwanted attention from beautiful [...]

    Adrielle
    I liked this serious; obviously, I read all three. In saying that this was not my favourite book of the three. I can appreciate the tone, writing, plot and in particular the well thought out character development the ending turned me off somewhat. No spoilers here don't worry. However, I will say that there is a twist at the end. It makes sense but to me it just simply does not fit. It left me wanting.I think there was so much potential for a massive ending but it feel flat. That is really my on [...]

    Kathryn
    I've read and enjoyed this whole series of books, but I admit I was a bit disappointed with this, the final book in the series. The whole time I was reading the book questions kept popping up in my head: Who caused the attack? Why were they shooting their own men? Why was there a cover-up? Why were some chasers worse than others? What happened to the rest of the world? and I felt kind of short-changed when at the end of the series most, if not all, of these questions were still unanswered. On th [...]

    Elizabeth Ashley
    Overall- So Ill be honest, I started this book without reading the others. I didnt even realize there were others. However, that said, it wasnt essential that I read the others. The author did a good job of reminding the reader of who everyone was and what had happened previously in the other books, which I found helpful. I was able to follow allow completely. Which I was surprised by. I thought the author did an excellent job of world building and describing everyone and everything. I could act [...]

    Henri Moreaux
    After a twist in the ending of book #1, a straight forward story in #2 here we have book #3 with another unexpected twist. Sadly however, unlike the twist in #1 which was excellent, I feel this books twist leaves you wanting the turn the page to find out the ending, but then you realise you're already there. I really have enjoyed all of James Phelan's books both in the alone series & fox series, however the ending in this one? Not too keen on it.Don't get me wrong, it's not a bad book, it's [...]

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