The Saints

The Saints A cross between the Gone series and Lord of the Flies Quarantine The Saints contunues this frenetically paced and scary young adult series that illustrates just how deadly high school can be Nothin

A cross between the Gone series and Lord of the Flies, Quarantine 2 The Saints contunues this frenetically paced and scary young adult series that illustrates just how deadly high school can be.Nothing was worse than being locked in until they opened the doorMcKinley High has been a battle ground for eighteen months since a virus outbreak led to a military quarantineA cross between the Gone series and Lord of the Flies, Quarantine 2 The Saints contunues this frenetically paced and scary young adult series that illustrates just how deadly high school can be.Nothing was worse than being locked in until they opened the doorMcKinley High has been a battle ground for eighteen months since a virus outbreak led to a military quarantine of the school When the doors finally open, Will and Lucy will think their nightmare is finished But they are gravely mistaken.As a new group of teens enters the school and gains popularity, Will and Lucy join new gangs An epic party on the quad full of real food and drinks, where kids hookup and actually interact with members of other gangs seemed to signal a new, easier existence Soom after though, the world inside McKinley takes a startling turn for the worse, and Will and Lucy will have to fight harder than ever to survive.

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  1. Lex Thomas is the pen name for the writing team of Lex Hrabe and Thomas Voorhies Their first novel, QUARANTINE THE LONERS, earned a starred review from Booklist, and Huffington Post Books praised it, saying, You will not be able to put this book down Lex received a BA in Drama and English from the University of Virginia and has worked as an actor, director and writer Thomas graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design, and now writes, and exhibits his realist oil paintings in Los Angeles Lex and Thomas met in a writers group in Los Angeles Their friendship developed as they tried to blow each other s minds with clips from bizarre movies In 2005, they became a screenwriting team, and found that writing with a friend is much fun than doing it alone Visit them at lex thomas.

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  1. I recently wrote a review for an amazing debut novel from the creative man duo Lex Thomas, two friends who managed to craft Quarantine 1 The Loners, a book about a mutating super virus epidemic that results in an entire high school being quarantined by the military, and what happens inside the school as a result of no adult supervision It was fantastic, and it got a 4.75 stars from me.Then book two, The Saints, came out, and it broke my heart And not in a good way.A lot of the things I loved abo [...]

  2. It took me two days to read this because i had to sleep and live or I would have read it faster I finish it and i realize that this is by far the most shallow book i v ever read Don t get me wrong there is a lot of action and the pace is pretty decent so it keeps you reading and it s a fine book, it is But personally I found it unnecessary brutal Every single character is either chauvinist or feminist Everyone is labeled Slut, Geek, Nerd, Freak and discriminated because of it and their behavior [...]

  3. Lex Thomas did not disappoint in this sequel to Quarantine The Loners.The Saints picked up immediately where The Loners left off, and swiftly moved the story along introducing the new group added into the crazy ass mix, The Saints What follows, incredible, brutal and heart breaking Keeping in with the frenetic pace that was established in The Loners, life in McKinley changes yet again but is it necessarily for the better Characters we were introduced to and grew to care for or intensely d [...]

  4. Second verse, same as the first except we ve had a couple of drinks and we don t know all the words now Read the spoiler if you d like a summary of The Saints without having to suffer through 300 pages view spoiler Will Woohoo We re out Adults Nope, sorry, everyone hates teenagers Stay inside and we ll give you teenagers to play with.New Kids Woo We re the Saints no reason, just are Nice to meet you.Will Gimme some of that food, bitch Lucy What No, it s mine You re not a good leader, Will.Will [...]

  5. This book starts off with a strong wham And if you think there was hope for these kids again hahaha.I like Will much better in these books He still makes stupid mistakes but he at least tries some ANd it is easier to see that he is just a kid still here I also really liked getting to know Lucy s character And, unfortunately, Hillary s too That girl scares me Mostly for her own sanity but still Severe crazy chick alert Violent is one I wish I got to know better in this book It was nice to see he [...]

  6. This book was the second in the series The first book started from the beginning of what happened to a high school full of teenagers They d caught a virus that killed any adult or young child that came within 20ft of them In a scary way Lex Thomas captured what happens to teenagers when there s no adults to supervise or enforce the rules When food drops came they d fight maim for the supplies instead each getting their fair share It s a society based on death, cruelty terror I liked the book but [...]

  7. Review Wooooooooohooooooo this book was a ride That was just crazy Not even sure what to say Sooooo much gore, I actually felt a little off when I read it No holding back on the graphic descriptions either I think I like it So many developments occured, only to be shot down when view spoiler the character died hide spoiler So many deaths in this one And of important characters view spoiler Violent, Gates, Sam hide spoiler Oh woah So now what s gonna happen Can t wait to see the fallout, the cons [...]

  8. This was an amazing read The first book took me by surprise, and I really enjoyed it This book exceeded all the expectations that the first book delivered I am glad I picked up this series It was hard to put down, even when I had to study for my midterm I was always thinking about the story I really loved how it continued from where book 1 ended and continued the thrilling story In this book, we are introduced to some new characters such as Gates and we see the Loners disband There was a lot of [...]

  9. Wow another cliff hanger view spoiler I liked this book better than the first, I think this one is like a 4.5 stars I liked the insight into the SLUTS, the saints and even the nerds It was cool so see Lucy s character grow stronger and much fierce I feel like a lot of main characters died Sam, Violent and Gates But I half expected David to still be alive I want to know what is going to happen now with Will and David, what this farm is all about that is surrounding the school and watch the love [...]

  10. I really liked this book I like how David was able to get out I like how Gates and the other kids go to join them in the school I hate how the parents feel and would hate to be one I like how David tries to help them and get the kids demands I like how Lucy is able to get into another gang I feel bad for Will, until he joins the Saints I rate this book 5 stars.

  11. Eighteen months since the virus broke out, McKinley High students are still quarantined inside, but the nightmare has not diminished David Thorpe has escaped confinement and left his brother Will, Lucy and what remains of the Loners behind In The Saints , the second book in the Quarantine series the action and heartbreak continues as a new gang of kids arrive to break them out of their prison only to find themselves locked inside In this new turn of events the dynamics within the gangs begins to [...]

  12. Check out Scott Reads It for reviews, giveaways, I really enjoyed Quarantine The Loners, it had a perfect blend of gore and action that I seemed to devour Quarantine The Saints delivers a sequel that most readers will consider worthy, but I can t help but feel underwhelmed I m not sure if it s because I have read so many dystopian titles since I first read Quarantine or if I was tired of reading a rehash of The Loners with a few new elements The Saints is everything I would expect from Lex Thom [...]

  13. I had a lot of problems with this book compared to the first oneSynopsis David has escaped and is believed to be dead by his girlfriend, Lucy and his brother, Will The government has stopped providing food and electricity Then a group of infects, nicknamed The Saints because of their school mascot, come to rescue the McKinley students But before they can leave a bus blocks the entrance as you can see from the cover The bus was put there by the concerned parents who start providing food for them [...]

  14. Although the first book had its issues, it was fairly well written and developed This was a typical second book though shallow plot, little character development, etc The kids get stuck in the school after another group of outsiders the Saints try to rescue them, but end up getting stuck with them The Saints add little to the plot except their psychotic leader The Loners dissolve into the other gangs Parents are now keeping them in the school Somehow a pig and a motorcycle get into the school of [...]

  15. I honestly don t know how to write reviews, but I have recently been flying through books so I guess I will try This was probably the best way the sequel could have gone As I look back on reading the first book looking back a whole 2 days I find that just about everything I wanted to happen or didn t expect to happen, actually occurring in this book It was written so well for the teen ish to adult audience and also the apocalyptic, horror loving side of you with things like his neck was a hole t [...]

  16. The Saints Same as the first, but a little bit worse Like, a tiny bit worse.So, here we go with Lord of the Flies 2 Even drama, even sadism, even back stabbing hatred that pours out of the book like a thunderstorm of wickedness That being said, this book is even gripping Just when you think the school is going to be livable, and the gangs will put down their feuds, their world turns upside down and shakes every last cent out of their pockets, like a bully on the playground.I highly recommend [...]

  17. I really want to like this series, but it just doesnt know what it wants to be The series is supposed to feature a mystery virus, but it is hardly ever mentioned in any meaningful way There is supposed to be chaos in the school but in the middle of the gang war there is massive partying What Oh snd lets not forget the sappy teenage love stoty written by 13 year olds The shame of it all is I am enjoying the books They are mostly mindless fun I want to give it 4 stars but I just cant do it.

  18. This book was a a lot faster than the first one It was interesting to see the shift of new characters coming into the school, plus the movement of the old characters trying to figure things out There was a lot of character growth and a plot line that was captivating It didn t feel like the exact same thing I m eagerly waiting for the third book Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with the arc in exchange for an honest review

  19. Lex Thomas DID NOT lose his edge on The Saints, Book 2 of Quarantine I could actually taste every word of this book and enjoyed it even than I did Book 1, The Loners Although I was sad that some of Book 1 s beloved characters sorry no spoilers here would not be joining us on this fantastic journey through High School hell, I was able to allow my love hate for some of the other characters to grow Quarantine is worth every penny and , ENJOY

  20. I would give this a higher rating because I really did enjoy it, but dang it if it isn t disgustingly graphic Minus one star for an excessive amount of content that provides shock value than substance.

  21. It was a great, thrilling and completely shocking at times read, but I didn t love it as much as I loved the first book Nevertheless, a solid horror story with the potential to thoroughly gross you out That ending MIND BLOWING.

  22. Ready for this again Probably not, just as I wasn t really ready to re immerse myself in the hellish world of McKinley High School, despite all the time I took before reading this second installment in the Quarantine trilogy Lex Hrabe and Thomas Voorhies s debut series has garnered comparisons to Suzanne Collins s The Hunger Games than most similarly veined dystopian horror novels, and the authors must be happy about that what better sign they ve done something right in their own trilogy than f [...]

  23. Join The Official Quarantine Fan Forum chaosreads categories quarThis is probably the only book that I ve read that can rival GONE by Michael Grant as my Favorite series besides The Culling Quarantine is basically GONE without all the superpowers and the gaiaphage and sci fi horror and focuses on the true horror Hundreds of teens being trapped inside their school because they are carriers of a deadly virus that can kill any adult or infant that comes in contact with them I fell in love with Quar [...]

  24. Read the full review on Facebook RainbowReviews or on Instagram RainbowReviewsKCGut Instinct Rating 4Characters 4Believability for type and topics 3Similarity to other books 4Writing Style 3Excitement Factor 5Story Line 3Title Relevance 5Cover art 5 users gave this book a 4.09 I think it was deserving of a 4.00.Published in 2013Pages 384Publishing Company Carolrhada LabNumber of books by author 4 4 books in the series Genre YA, Contemporary, Dystopian, SciFi, Horror As a sequel to Quarantine to [...]

  25. The story is about a huge group of kids that get trapped in a school because the got some disease that kills anyone that is 18 or older They started theses gangs to protect one another They would have these food drops and all the kids from the gangs would fight each other to get the most food The gangs were the Loners, Sluts, Freaks, Skaters, Varsity, Pretty ones In the second book a bus runs into the school Lot of kids escaped to the outside world The gang that it affected most was the Loners T [...]

  26. I absolutely love the Quarantine series so far and The Saints isn t an exception I got started on the series because I wanted a book about a post apocalyptic adventure and I found The Quarantine and thought it looked pretty cool Little did I know at the time that this would soon be one of my favorite book series, which it s hard for me to become engrossed in a book at all, no a series I adore both Quarantine books 1 and 2, and will probably love the ones to come.I really like how The Saints pic [...]

  27. My overall opinion of this book is positive even if you have to read the first book of the series to understand the conflicts in the second book It does build off the first book alot and it does it really well adjusting from the overall depressed and hopeless atmosphere of the last book, and focusing on characters that didn t get much time to develop in the first book and even expanding into characters that are introduced in the second book This book is very comparable with the maze runner 1st b [...]

  28. I would rate this book a four out of five because it has great suspense in almost every chapter The kids in the high school were finally freed and got to go outside after many years inside the high school Parents came to see them at the opposite side of the fence and told them that they are going to take care of them and send them supplies Will got into a new gang called The Saints, while his friend Lucy joined the Sluts Will and his new friend Gates discovered that Sam their enemy is the son of [...]

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