The Moon Stealers and The Everlasting Night (Fantasy Dystopian Books for Teenagers) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-10 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 3 user ratings

"I was given this book in return for an honest review. I have read both part one and part two of the Moonstealers book series. I am pleasantly surprised each time I pick up the newest installment. Steven, Georgia, and Tracker are back in book three. In London, where an alien meteorite struck, bringing a bacteria with it that wreaks havoc on the human population. Oh, don't forget the aliens, if the bacteria that is deadly to humans isn't bad enough, the aliens are there to get the job done. As they work their way through the countryside looking for and picking up survivors as they go, they find out that the aliens and the bacteria aren't the only danger out there. Humans are just as dangerous. Just like any apocalyptic storyline, people all react differently to an event like this, so you have humans who are scared, confused, hurt, evil, criminal, untrustworthy. When you are trying to survive in a world where no one can really be trusted, what are you odds of survival, not just as a person, but as a species. But as in all disasters, there are always heroes, the good guys who are looking out for the weak and trying to find a solution to the problem at hand. That is Steven and his crew. I absolutely love these characters, and I can't imagine anyone NOT loving them. What's really cool about this series is, from one book to the next, it changes. It's the same characters, the same story line continued, yet it's not. It's different from book to book, from fantasy to apocalyptic events, each book has a different feel. So while you still get the characters that you love, you also get something completely new and different with each book in this series. This alone will keep kids and adults engrossed and coming back for more because each book has something fresh and new. I completely recommend this series to anyone who loves a good book with awesome twists." said.

"I thought that this was quite a remarkable and clean reads ebook so I would like to recommend this for five stars and for kids Ages 12-16. I received this ebook for free and in return,here is my honest review. Great job Tim! By Angela" said.

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