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doc Õ Alight by Scott Sigler ✓ Hardcover ç scott sigler ç ❴EPUB❵ ✵ Alight Author Scott Sigler – Helpyouantib.co.uk “If it’s war they want they messed with the wrong girl”M Savage—or Em as she is called—has made a bewildering and ominous discovery She and the otherEat itself And when a new enemy creeps from the jungle shadows Em and her young refugees learn there’s nowhere left to run They face a simple choice fight or dieIn the midst of this desperate struggle their unity is compromised from within and a dangerous zealot devoted to a bloodthirsty god moves to usurp Em’s command threatening to lead them all down a path to violent doo I just finished Alight and am still reeling a bit from that Epilogue I need Alone now WowAlight picks up right where Alive ends with Em Bishop O'Malley Spingate and the rest of the gang learning to cope with who they are who each other is and how to provide for their survival as they explore their surroundings Sigler does a great job subletly reminding the reader who everyone is that I felt no need to reread Alive first as a refresher which IS refreshing I'm one of those who almost always has to reread the first books before reading a seuel if it's been over 6 months so thanks for that ScottThe reveals and twists of this series are kind of amazing and I was constantly sitting up and exclaiming out loud at yet another uniue facet of this story I love to be surprised and Sigler is VERY good at that I really don't want to give anything away as the biggest treat of both Alive and Alight are the mouth hanging open discoveries made along the way So many uestions are answered in Alight But Now I have so many new uestions that have to wait for Alone before they can be answered I Can Not WaitThanks to NetGalley and Del Rey Publishing for an ARC in exchange for an honest review I loved this so much that I have since purchased the hardcopy to add to my personal library

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For answers and found the truth about their terrifying fate Confronted by a monstrous enemy they vowed never to surrender and by any means to surviveThe planet Omeyocan may be the sanctuary Em and her comrades seek But the planet for which they were created turns out not to be a pristine virgin world Vestiges of a lost civilization testify to a horrifying past that may yet rep 35 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum Scott Sigler you have to stop writing books where the amazing parts are all spoilers The things I want to praise and gush about in here would lead to too many plot reveals so nope nope nope I’m not going to do it Suffice to say much like the first book Alive the less you know going into Alight the betterAnd that’s not all this seuel has in common with its predecessor Alight carries on the horror mystery tradition established in Alive and even adopts a similar story structure Our main character “Em” and dozens of others like her known as the “Birthday children” woke up in coffins with no memories of who they were before they went to sleep Now they have answers but that hasn’t stopped the danger or their fight for survivalIn fact their situation has only gotten worse We know some things about our characters’ origins now but we still don’t have the full picture and the strange place Em finds herself in Alight plunges us back into the dark New uestions arise when what she thought was going to be a sanctuary turns out to be a death trap with no food or safe shelter What’s the story behind this alien jungle with its peculiar ruins and exotic creatures and plants? The kids have also traded one monster for another escaping their old enemies to end up deep in the territory of unknown and potentially hostile race Worst of all Em’s authority is still being challenged by her biggest detractor who is relentless in trying to turn everyone against her by sowing doubt and fear Em is trying her best to hold everything together but her grip on control is slowly slipping and all the while she is struggling to remember her past and come to terms with the truth of who she isFirst things first I definitely enjoyed this one than Alive I wasn’t even sure I wanted to continue the series until I got to the end of the first book and the potential for the seuel was too much to resist Even though book one works perfectly fine as a stand alone Sigler finished it up by dangling all these tasty possibilities in front of my face and so I just had to know what would happen to Em and her friends Alight satisfied that curiosity and gave me a lot than that besides and I’m very glad I picked it upStill because this seuel is the beginning of another journey there is again a fair bit of setup and the reveals are slow in coming Like Alive some patience is reuired to get to the good parts in Alight About a third of the way through though it feels like the story finally hits its stride and even the writing style smooths out becoming less stilted and distracting As readers of the first book would recall Em has the mind of a twelve year old inside a body that is in her late teens The way she spoke thought and acted was probably the most grating aspect in Alive because Em was a petulant naïve girl who only seemed to care about being “the leader” Alight was much better because simply put Em grew up As the story progressed and our main protagonist started remembering about herself her mental maturity ended up catching up as wellThe second half of this novel therefore reads a lot smoothly than the first half not to mention all the action that goes down in the ramp up to the climax and finale Alight is also better in other areas including having a greater sense of urgency and much at stake The conflict in this seuel is fantastic but of course this is all up to the reader to find out That said there were still a few issues that chafed at me namely the strained love triangle considering how I feel this book would have been even better with no romance arc at all and Em’s awkward interactions with the two boys But overall the edge definitely goes to Alight Picking up the next book was already a foregone conclusion even before I finished the book but after that unbelievable tease in the epilogue I’m now intrigued than ever for the trilogy conclusion Alone

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Alight by Scott Sigl“If it’s war they want they messed with the wrong girl”M Savage or Em as she is called has made a bewildering and ominous discovery She and the other young people she was chosen to lead awoke in strange coffins with no memory of their names or their pasts They faced an empty unknown place of twisting tunnels and human bones With only one another to depend on they searched MY BLOG Melissa Martin's Reading List SOME MILD SPOILERSSo they have landed on the planet I still love Em's character and a lot of the others but crap on a cracker could someone get rid of Aramousky This caused me to have a lovehate relationship with the book but I guess we all have to put up with a jerk every now and then right? THINGS THEY NEED TO DO•Find out if the planet is hostile •Find out if there are other living beings on the planet •Find out how to eat contaminated food •Find out how to protect themselves from some nasty things that come up Anyhoo there are some creatures on the planet and I have to say I like the spiders and I love the Springers They are really cool I'm sad to say that some of the kids I really liked get killed but you knew that was going to happen Some big time craziness goes down and well oh and the craziness is going to get even worse in book three On the planet are a lot of buildings and a conservatory They find out a few things about their past or future depends on how you look at it They have to go to war and I think Em does the best she can to keep as many of them alive as she can but she's up against a big foe There is really not much else I can say without giving out spoilers Uggg the agony I liked it that's all I can really say and I look forward to the next book Or maybe not depending if everyone gets killed I am the windI am death I would like to thank Netgalley and Random House for a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review