Noah Livingston knows he is destined to survive.The 64 members of Fire Lake's sophomore class are trapped in a place where morals have no meaning, and zero rules apply. But Noah's deaths have trained him--hardened him--to lead the strongest into the future . . . whatever that may be. And at any cost. Min Wilder knows that survival alone isn't enough. Trapped in a violent world where brute force passes for leadership, it's tempting to lay back and let everyone else fight it out. But Min's instincts rebel against allowing others to decide who lives and who dies. She's ready to fight for what she believes in. And against whomever might stand in her way....
|Title||:||Genesis (Project Nemesis #2)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||512 pages|
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Genesis (Project Nemesis #2) Reviews
What a crazy ride! This had twists, turns, and surprises I never saw coming. If there is a book 3 - and there better be - I need it now.
I think I set a record even for myself recently: I read a 500-page book in two days. What's the book, you ask? Genesis by Brendan Reichs. I picked it up at Costco, having read its prequel Nemesis. I liked the first book, except for the massive cliffhanger at its end. It was so massive that I almost didn't buy it, but I did, so I guess I fell for that. I'm glad I did, though. Genesis was one of the most taut, intense, dark books I've ever read.
What Genesis Is About
It's dark because of the premise ...more
Ready for PHASE 3!!!
There’s gonna be a third book!!!
Actual Rating: 4.5 Stars!
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OMG, this was brutally intense thrill ride from start to finish. It's like Hunger games meets Battle Royale. Genesis is one of my highly anticipated sequels of this year and it didn't disappoint me. Seriously, it was even better than the first book. It picks up right where it was left off in the first book and I enj ...more
It was almost too much. I had to keep putting it down to take a break. So intense, and violent, and upsetting! I had to know what happened. I wanted to finish. But I just . . . it was TOO MUCH!
In this sequel Min is more carefully considering the implications of the ending to Nemesis, where she discovered the reason for her being murdered every other birthday and that she, and those who survived with her, were nothing more than computer codes in a programme designed to save humanity.
Noah is taking a different approach: he is determined to win at all costs, even if he’s not completely sure what game he’s playing. It seems any budding romance they had in Nemesis is well and truly behind ...more
Genesis is that rare middle book that is even better than the series starter. A great read for fans of The Hunger Games, with all the action, intrigue, and moral dilemma, plus an even cooler (imo) female lead.