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by Katherine Applegate

  • ISBN: 0439979404
  • Author: Katherine Applegate
  • ePub ver: 1665 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1665 kb
  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 160
  • Publisher: Scholastic Point (January 18, 2002)
  • Formats: docx doc lrf lit
  • Category: Kids
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Katherine Alice Applegate (born October 9, 1956) is an American young adult and children's fiction writer, best known as the author of the Animorphs, Remnants, Everworld, and other book series.

Katherine Alice Applegate (born October 9, 1956) is an American young adult and children's fiction writer, best known as the author of the Animorphs, Remnants, Everworld, and other book series. She won the 2013 Newbery Medal for her 2012 children's novel The One and Only Ivan. Applegate's most popular books are science fiction, fantasy, and adventure novels. She won the Best New Children's Book Series Award in 1997 in Publishers Weekly. Her book Home of the Brave has won several awards.

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Destination Unknown (Remnants Paperback. Applegate, author of the wildly popular Animorphs books, begins a brand new series with a bang. Them (Remnants, 3) Paperback. Remnants Complete Set (Remnants Book Series, Volumes 1- 14) Paperback. In the gripping Mayflower Project, the first of the Remnants series, she establishes several diverse characters and the tensions and alliances between them and sets them on their way into the wild blue yonder.

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Destination Unknown is the second book in the Remnants series by . Eighty people given the chance for survival. Given the chance to find a new place to live

Destination Unknown is the second book in the Remnants series by . Given the chance to find a new place to live. Somewhere to start over after an asteroid had destroyed the entire human race. And now, after a five-hundred-year "nap", the Eighty have landed. But something about this new place isn't quite right.

Just like the first Remnants book, this one is expertly written. I wished it was longer, though. When I finished, I was resenting the fact that "Them" doesn't come out until October.

She¹s done it again! . Just like the first Remnants book, this one is expertly written. One thing's for sure: this book series can only get more interesting. The plot: five hundred years have passed since Earth was destroyed.

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Mr Freeman
Grand daughter read it a few days and loves it.
Arcanefire
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Landamath
As I said before, there is a huge change between the first book and this one. While I liked it well enough, I did lose much of my drive to read the rest of the series.

The writing is darker than Animorphs and I feel it's targeting a slightly older audience. It's also really, really weird......sort of like the late 90's and early 2000's. The characters are pretty good for the most part, but Jobs (basically the main character) is a bit too clean and shiny compared to the other characters who all sport their own darker aspects.

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CONVERSE
She could have titled this part of the book as "The Awakening" since the 80 humans aboard this floating shuttle in space awakens perhaps about 500 years in the future like Buck Rogers. I have already read the first book which prepares you for the sequel.

Anyway, the group of characters which are still not concretely developed in the first or second installment arise from their self-induced sleep. Some don't make it. When they do, they discover not only have time passed but something else has happened to their shuttle.

I won't spoil the rest but this book is okay and could be better. I would have loved an illustration especially about the baby and any aliens that they come in contact or the spaceship which takes them into their orbit.

Anyway, it's an easy read and ideal for the younger audiences who it appeals too. If I get a chance to read the next installment, I would gladly would in the first place.
Steelrunner
Five hundred years after the Mayflower and its crew left Earth before it was destroyed, Jobs and the others finally open their eyes to a world impossible to fathom. The terrain of this strange, new world is so unbelievable -- and it seems that it may pose a threatening danger to them, because they don't really know what's out there. Less than half of the eighty selected escapees survived the trip, and some of those undead are dying slowly, and because of never before seen diseases that may
contaminate the entire crew. Jobs, Mo'Steel, 2Face, and the others are desperate to understand this new world, and to cure the sick people that have awoken. But besides for the danger, there are some hideous revelations awaiting at every corner -- and some just may be unavoidable. Remnants #2: Destination Unknown is the exciting and unbelievably surprising second book in K.A. Applegate's all new Remnants series, which is proving time and again to replace the loss of Animorphs.
Minnai
When the world ended, "The Mayflower Project" gave eighty people the chance for survival. Shot blindly into space the eighty Remnants of the human race have now landed 500 years after the end of the world. Jobs, 2Face, Mo'Steel, Yago, and some others have survived, but many weren't so lucky. Tamara, the pregnant marine sergant, has given birth to a baby mutant. Billy, the kid who stayed awake for all 500 years of their journey is in a coma and insane. Emotions are on high and the remaning people still have no clue where they've landed on. All they know is that the conflicting landscapes can't be true. Can they survive on this strange, new world all alone? This was my favorite Remnants book out of the seven I have read so far. Kept you guessing what was gonna happen next all the time. Some parts were kinda gross but that was just how the author imagined the planet to be. Can't wait to read further installments of Remnants!
Hinewen
Just before the world was destroyed by an asteroid in 2011, eighty people were put into hibernation on a shuttle, called the Mayflower, and shot blindly into space. Now, five hundred years later, the Mayflower has landed. But less than half of the eighty survived the trip, and those that did find themselves on a strange, unnatural world. The survivors, who call themselves the Wakers, need to work together, but fear and hostility divides them. This world is inhabited by one or more alien species that may have been responsible for its creations. The Wakers may have survived the end of the world and a five hundred year journey through space, but will they be able to survive on this strange new world? The exciting new Remnants series continues with the thrilling second book, which, like the first book, ends with a cliffhanger. I can't wait to read book three.
This book is just as suspenseful and mysteryous as its prequel, "The Mayflower Project," where we first met the eighty people chosen to live after earth was destroyed. Now, in this new installment, they awaken 500 years and 12 days larter in a land where "normal" doesn't exsist. We've got a strange, artwork-like plannet; a baby who looks at you with empty eye sockets; decomposed adults; killer aliens; Billy Wier, who seems to be alive but paralyzed; and more. It has been said that Remnants is a series that will thrive on suprises, and there's a new suprise around every turn of a page in this book. All in all, it's a thriler, and it leaves you hanging, waiting, longing, for Book #3: THEM.

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