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The 5th Wave (The 5th Wave #1)

After the 1st wave, only darkness remains. After the 2nd, only the lucky escape. And after the 3rd, only the unlucky survive. After the 4th wave, only one rule applies: trust no one.Now, it's the dawn of the 5th wave, and on a lonely stretch of highway, Cassie runs from Them. The beings who only look human, who roam the countryside killing anyone they see. Who have scattered Earth's last survivors. To stay alone is to stay alive, Cassie believes, until she meets Evan Walker. Beguiling and mysterious, Evan Walker may be Cassie's only hope for rescuing her brother-or even saving herself. But Cassie must choose: between trust and despair, between defiance and surrender, between life and death. To give up or to get up....

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ISBN : 9780399162411
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 457 pages
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The 5th Wave (The 5th Wave #1) Reviews

  • Khadidja

    it's the APOCALYPSE, people ! :D

    the 5th wave is one of THE BEST DYSTOPIAN BOOK OF THE YEAR , it has everything suspense, action, a bit of romance, Stong charcaters, one of them was a bit a weirdo (i'm sure you know who that is) overall i loved the combination Rick yancey has created of the Dystopian and Science Fiction genres, it's perfect, really enjoyed it, The narration is captivating, Beautiful writing full of Inspirational Quotes. i watched the movie and i LOVED IT, Chloë Grace Moretz is a
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  • Etnik

    5 FREAKY ALIEN STARS!



    The first 4 waves were okay but the 5th wave... MIND BLOWING.I seriously didn't expect it at all.And the ending was perfect.Actually one of the best book endings of all time.



    You can find the full review and more about this book on my blog

    I can't describe how much I enjoyed this book.One of the best alien books I have ever read.This is probably going to be on my top ten favorite books on 2014.The style of writing , the characters everything was beyond perfect.I read the book

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  • Rachel E. Carter

    1/24/16 Movie Update: I finally saw it... Mixed feelings. Like many of you commented, I think the weakest parts were the romance. I hated how the last 1/4 of movie seemed rushed compared to the book -and my big pet peeve was that Ben recognized her and knew who her brother was (soooooo not how it happened in the book) and that when Ben and Evan finally met it was not awkward & hilarious (because of Cassie's lies and obsessions) like the book. To me, one of the greatest things about the book ...more

  • Sasha Alsberg

    one of the best books ive had the honor to read! A MUST READ!!

  • Scarlet

    I have successfully survived all 5 waves.

    The 1st Wave : Confusion (Not as good as I thought)

    The 2nd Wave : Hope (Maybe it gets better)

    The 3rd Wave : Boredom (zzzzz....)

    The 4th Wave : Disappointment (This is not getting any better)

    The 5th Wave : Annoyance (Just end already)

    Then why am I even giving it 2 stars?? Because my hatred for this book does not translate into this being a bad book. Some of the best reviewers on GR have loved The Fifth Wave and I totally respect their opinions. I guess this

    "This could be it,” Lizbeth whispered. She rubbed her nose nervously. Dug her lacquered nails into her dyed blond hair. Tapped her foot. Rolled the pad of her finger over her eyelid: She had just started wearing contacts and they bugged her constantly."


    Seriously?? Pray tell me, WHY are we talking about lacquered nails and contacts when there are bigger things to talk about?? like aliens?? And you know, this Lizbeth girl, she's not even there in the book. Her collective appearance spans 3 measly pages so I don't know what purpose that paragraph serves :-/

    #2: Unnecessary Repetition

    I hate it when writers keep repeating words in a sentence, or clauses in a paragraph. It may work in poetry but otherwise, it's just plain annoying.

    "So of course he did the most reasonable thing. He was a responsible adult, and that’s what responsible adults do. The reasonable thing."


    "The stars above, bright and cold, and the dark road below, and the humming of the wheels on the dark road beneath the cold stars."


    "There are the stars, the pinpricks of light stabbing down. There is the empty road beneath the light stabbing down and the girl on the road with the smudged face and twigs and dead leaves entangled in her short, curly hair, clutching a battered old teddy bear, on the empty road, beneath the stars stabbing down."




    Now the love-story - it was a massive fail. Stupid Cassie falls for Creepy Evan - and then things quickly turn into a retelling of The Host. I didn't find anything remotely romantic about the whole Evan thing. (view spoiler)

    The writing makes sure that we're constantly reminded of Evan's chocolate-brown puppy-dog eyes and hands soft like clouds (barf).

    The final thing that made me lose it - the cliches.

    The alien apocalypse happens and the human race is nearly wiped out. There are hardly any families left BUT Cassie survives, and so does her brother and her father (view spoiler). And of course, her high-school crush also survives - how else will you have a love triangle in the sequel?? (view spoiler) So what if he never noticed Cassie before?? Now he can, since the competition is dead.

    You wanna know the saddest part??

    This was my first book about aliens.

    And there weren't any aliens.

    At least not the kind I was looking forward too :(



    There was some action towards the end but I was way past the point of caring by then.

    Verdict: MASSIVE LETDOWN.

    I need some uplifting chocolate therapy.

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  • Juliana Zapata

    Me ha gustado mucho el libro! Aunque creo que es mas un 4.5 que un 5. Hace rato quería leer este libro y por alguna razón no le había sacado el tiempo, pero ahora que lo leí estoy encantada y deseando leer la continuación.

    La historia mantiene el misterio, vas descubriendo poco a poco una gran cantidad de datos alarmantes que te intrigan mas y mas. Y aunque por la mitad del libro sentí que el ritmo bajó un poco, definitivamente los últimos capítulos lo compensaron, acción, peligro, suspenso, todo
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  • Kelly (and the Book Boar)

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/

    ♪♫♪♪That's great, it starts with an earthquake. Birds and snakes, an aeroplane ♪♫♪♪

    Okay, maybe just the aeroplane part. Like this . . . .



    It didn’t take long for people to realize that . . .

    “The arrival of the mothership was not the beginning, but the beginning of the end.”

    Nope, the first wave was followed in quick succession by waves two . . .



    three . . .



    and four . . .



    Leaving only the fifth and final wave before it truly is
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  • ♥Rachel♥

    Wow! I was blown away by this story!! I was completely riveted by every single word! My heart raced, and I was on the edge of my seat pretty much the entire time.

    The world as we know it is over. Aliens came, kicked ass, and all that’s left of humanity is three percent of the original population. One of the “lucky” survivors is sixteen year-old Cassie. She lived through all Four Waves that’s decimated the human race, and is trying to stay alive by staying alone, because that’s the only way to st
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