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Final 7 By Kerry Drewery,

  • Title: Final 7
  • Author: Kerry Drewery
  • ISBN: 9781471406300
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Paperback
  • The newest high octane addition to the thrilling Cell 7 seriesMartha and Isaac have escaped, but are now on the run the government has branded them rebels and a danger to the public Despite the rewards being offered for turning them in, Martha and her friends are safe in The Rises, the area of the city full of the poor and the powerless But then the Prime Minister ordeThe newest high octane addition to the thrilling Cell 7 seriesMartha and Isaac have escaped, but are now on the run the government has branded them rebels and a danger to the public Despite the rewards being offered for turning them in, Martha and her friends are safe in The Rises, the area of the city full of the poor and the powerless But then the Prime Minister orders a wall to be built around The Rises Is it for the the safety or the poor or is it to imprison them Martha needs to act, and to act fast, in a tale of breathtaking treachery that reaches right to the heart of government
    Final The newest high octane addition to the thrilling Cell seriesMartha and Isaac have escaped but are now on the run the government has branded them rebels and a danger to the public Despite the reward

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    1. Thanks to the publisher and netgalley for allowing me to read this ARC in return for an honest review.I have read this whole trilogy on the edge of my seat figuratively speaking and this final instalment has been no exception I was compelled to keep reading way into the night, unable to put it down Kerry Drewery builds a picture of an England I would be horrified to exist in where life is terminated by the apparent will of the viewers of a reality tv show However the apparently benevolent author [...]

    2. REVIEWI had mixed feelings about reading this book, on one hand I really really couldn t wait to read it, yet at the same time I also didn t want the story to come to an end I was really looking forward to catching up with Martha and Isaac after the ending of Day 7 In fact my immediate thoughts as I finished reading Day 7 were Could there be a book three Please tell me there s to come from this dystopian futuristic society There s so much , there has to be In keeping with the rest of the series [...]

    3. A fast paced end to the Cell 7 trilogy that kept me on the edge of my seat Martha continues her fight against social discrimination to get justice for all, with electric and sometimes devastating results Sure to stay with readers for a long time.

    4. Final 7 was SUCH a thrilling read from beginning to end It is tense and full of action, taking plenty of twists and turns along the way Picking up just where Day 7 left off don t worry, there are no spoilers from me , I found it really easy to pick up the story and fall back in step with these wonderful characters and thought provoking story lines and was compelled to keep reading Martha s fight against social discrimination.My absolute favourite thing about these books is the way in which they [...]

    5. I received this book from readers first, not realising it was the third in a trilogy So this meant I had to buy the other two to really understand the story I m glad I did as I have really enjoyed the three of them.The storyline was interesting, gripping, with twists and turns to keep you guessing, while there were some you could guess, not all were so easy The characters developed well and had interesting connections and relationships that developed throughout the novels I liked Martha as a her [...]

    6. Original review posted here I have been given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review It doesn t seem too long ago that I was reading and reviewing Day 7 and it s weird to think this great series has come to an end now.Final 7 picks up straight after the previous book, with Martha and an unconscious Isaac being driven to safety by a mysterious woman Martha and her friends are blamed for the bombing at the Justice Building and are labelled the Rises 7 The media portrays them as a ter [...]

    7. Starting off the bat with Drewery s trademark cut to the bone small sentences, you can t help but be hooked.Fear is dominant with excessive reactions, the press always misleading, as is the government Reminding us how easily the word terrorist is flung around How the gap between the have and have nots can reaches beyond injustice How scary dangerous prejudice is How dangerous greed can be.We feel the growing urgency panic thanks to the heart in your throat narrative Fast paced, so much happening [...]

    8. There s a lot packed into this, the third book of Kerry Drewery s dystopian young adult novels Looking back over the story arc, it s fascinating to realise just how much happens enough for three books over the space of a very short timescale Final 7 continues the story of Martha and Isaac, as well as supporting characters, in their quest for justice The world Drewery creates, where the justice system has been replaced by a system that s basically a reality tv show pay your money and vote strange [...]

    9. BEWARE MAY BE SPOILERSThis is the third and final book in the Cell 7 trilogy, the story carries on after the explosive events of Day 7, and follows the main characters on their way to getting proper justice.What can I say about this book, I absolutely loved it, this would have been a 5 star read until I got to the last chapter then it lost a star for me I loved the message that carried on through this book, that if no one says a word and doesn t ask questions and use their right to freedom of sp [...]

    10. This is such a great series and a really great book, but I have to say, it scared and depressed me When this series started it was an awesome dystopia that was a little frightening because it was something that seemed like it could actually happen But since the first book came out, reality has moved even closer to fiction and it seemed to mirror our situation and the way the government feel they can get away with lying too us a little too close to comfort The book itself was really good though A [...]

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