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by Kelly Ryan Dolan,Jon S Lewis

  • ISBN: 161375065X
  • Author: Kelly Ryan Dolan,Jon S Lewis
  • ePub ver: 1416 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio; Unabridged edition (January 3, 2012)
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  • Category: Teenagers
  • Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
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Acclaim for Jon S. Lewis With its mix of high school, space aliens, and conspiracy theories, Lewis’ first book in the .

Acclaim for Jon S. series is I Am Number Four (2010) for a slightly younger se. .novel ; 2). Summary: Sixteen-year-old Colt McAllister, now in training at the secret Central Headquarters Against the Occult and Supernatural academy, joins in the battle against alien forces and discovers startling truths about himself, his friendship with Oz, and why he is being singled out from his fellow recruits.

com: Alienation (A . Kelly Ryan Dolan reads energetically, with all the enthusiasm of a young man who is told that he doesn’t have to go to school anymore, that he can play with super-high-tech gadgets, and that he may be a prophesied savior of the world. This audiobook is filled with action, intrigue, and good-hearted earnestness.

Narrated by Kelly Ryan Dolan. EarthÆs last line of defense against the coming alien invasion is 16-year-old surfer Colt McAlister. What is Kobo Super Points? A loyalty program that rewards you for your love of reading. Explore rewards Explore Kobo VIP Membership. Earth's last line of defense against the coming alien invasion is 16-year-old surfer Colt McAlister.

Jon S. Lewis is the coauthor of the Grey Griffins Trilogy and the Grey Griffins Clockwork Chronicles. He also writes for the DC COMICS family of publishers. He lives with his family in Arizona. Библиографические данные. Novel (Том 2), Jon S. Lewis.

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I loved the beginning of the book where Colt goes to the mysterious military headquarters and is evaluated for duty with the . Center Headquarters Against the Occult and Supernatural). I thought sidekick Oz was absolutely adorable and by his description I completely picture him as a Taylor Lautner lookalike.

Series By: Jon Lewis. Title: Alienation, . Series By: Jon Lewis Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 336 Vendor: Thomas Nelson Publication Date: 2011 Dimensions: . 8 X . 0 (inches). Weight: 14 ounces ISBN: 1595547541 ISBN-13: 9781595547545 Ages: 12-15 Series: .

Earth's last line of defense against the coming alien invasion is 16-year-old surfer Colt McAlister. But before he can save the world, he has to survive the day. All Colt wants to do is return to his old life . . . where aliens don’t exist . . . where mankind hasn’t been targeted for destruction . . . and where his parents are still alive. Unfortunately life doesn’t work that way. The United States government believes Colt holds the key to our survival, so they’re sending him to the CHAOS Military Academy along with his best friends Oz and Danielle. There they’ll be trained to defend Earth against a swarm of alien shapeshifters known as the Thule. But someone is trying to eliminate Colt before he can lead that charge. Shocked to learn about key events in his past and unsure who he can trust, he is alienated and on the run. In a world of high-tech gear, shape-shifting aliens, simulated reality, and hoverboards, Colt must step into his true destiny before our world falls into chaos.

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Nalme
Colt is still having a tough time adjusting to his new life since his parents were killed, he moved to Arizona to live with his grandpa, and making a new friend and reconnecting with an old friend. And, more recent, having defeated the CEO of the sinister Trident Biotech, an alien from the days of WW2. It all gets harder for Colt to live a normal life when people find out his grandfather is the real-life Phantom Flyer from the comics, an internationally-renowned hero who does not wish to be idolized.
Now things will get crazier for Colt after a senator has been assassinated and the assassin is hired to go after Colt next. Why? Remember the prophecy about the end of the Thule in Invasion? The government believes that Colt is the one prophesied about, and the assassin, a Thule named Krone, will stop at nothing to kill Colt.
This story seems like an advanced technological leap in the technologies used as compared to Invasion, where many things had subtle World War II nuances in the story, and this is, by far, more futuristic (even a few out-there nods by Colt's grandfather, Murdoch), even the cover hints at a highly advanced scientific age than the book's predecessor. Through a gradual process of events, however, as Colt finds out that his grandfather knew a dark secret of his past, that Oz's father has a dark side, is now paranoid about Oz, and ends up being paranoid to the point that he does not know if he can trust anyone.
In Invasion, there had been a brief scene in a church and that was the closest to being "Christian fiction" that story was. Here, it gets a bit more explicit, though nothing about salvation and redemption, but instead, it relies on the theme of seeking strength and courage from beyond one's self when facing dark times and it looks like there's no hope left. Especially when you feel like there is no one to trust.
With all these great things, there was only one downfall in this great story, well, two.
One was a couple spelling errors that threw me off a bit (could've used a touch more editing, just a touch in a couple spots) and a little bit of current teen slang that bugs me (not swearing, not even minced oaths, but slang statements that bother me since they make no logical sense to me like "I know, right?"). Beyond that, I would recommend this to any teen and adult who likes in-your-face science fiction with a good twist-filled, adrenaline-jacked storyline that has you guessing everywhere until the last page... then throws a jaw-dropping last twist on the last page.
Let the Domination begin!
Qwne
I have to say I was impressed with J.S. Lewis's second installment in the The C.H.A.O.S. Trilogy. In my opinion ALIENATION is a pretty strong read, continuing the story of Colt McAlister with his pals Oz and Danielle as they start their training as cadets at the CHAOS Academy. Although Colt is still a reluctant participant; after all that's happened, he doesn't feel at this point that really has much choice in the matter.

In ALIENATION we really get a better look into the characters themselves. Some very important secrets about Colt are revealed not only to the reader but to Colt himself. In fact, we get to know Colt in particular really well. Also, a huge game changing conspiracy is uncovered and some new players are introduced as well.

This second book is a well executed `bridge' book for the trilogy; that Lewis skillfully crammed a lot into without slowing down or disjointing the story's flow in the least. So expect and another entertaining read with a ton of action and danger at every turn. Although this series is geared toward teens, by no means does that mean it isn't one that can be enjoyed by readers of all ages. Plus there is a pretty neat bonus at the beginning and end in the form of a mini comic that creatively stands as the prologue and epilogue.
Nekora
good read
Arcanefire
Great
Longitude Temporary
I would highly recommend this book to 7th and 8th graders. It was very entertaining and easy to read. Great!
Adrielmeena
An excellent series as I had no idea it was geared towards teens and I as an adult loved it
Lo◘Ve
Jon Lewis did a Phenomenal job with Alienation. I can't wait to read the third book! Well done I'm very pleased
Okay, I have to type out this post super fast because I have to go home soon (I'm at work HAHA) and I'm too lazy to touch the laptop at home. So, let's go!

This is the second instalment to the CHAOS series. If you've seen my review of the first book, you would have known that I refer this whole series as the Agents of SHIELD book-version HAHA. Which is true. The book deals more with aliens, rather than superhumans though. So, basically, Colt has been invited to join the academy, and he's half scared but half excited too. But then, he realises that someone wants him dead because of his position. Apparently, he was chosen as the one who would replace the director of CHAOS, and that placed him in danger. When the truth about his past comes about, and he realises that someone IN CHAOS might want him dead, suddenly even his best friend could not be trusted.

This second book is amazing, as amazing as the first book. But I have to say though, the one flaw about this book is that it likes to cut off abruptly. LIKE SERIOUSLY, IT'S JUST SUPER ABRUPT. Example, when he goes into unchartered territory and someone caught him, it just stops there. Next thing you know, he wakes up the next morning, and they did not even explain what happened the night before. I mean, is he in trouble or something? It happened alot of times in this book, but thank God for the awesome storyline HAHA.

Now, let me go home and read the next book. ;)

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