Monday, July 14, 2014

Review: The Burnouts

The Burnouts
The Burnouts by Lex Thomas

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

It has now been two years since the outbreak of the deadly virus and the quarantine of Will’s high school. He has reunited with his brother, David, and they believe everything is going great. They are outside of the school and helping create a better world. What they soon find out is that Lucy is all alone. She has no gang, no hope and she is pregnant. David and Will must make a crucial decision. Will they risk their lives for the girl that both of them fell in love with? Is there any hope of the quarantine ending?

The Burnouts is the third and final book in the Quarantine trilogy. Readers who enjoyed the fast pace and rolling action of the first two books will thoroughly devour this installment. It is hard to review this particular book without giving away any key points, but the ending will give the readers hope in the midst of despair and they will be left with some unanswered questions. All in all this is a great series and will pull in many male and female reluctant readers. Readers … please start with the first book before the second and third.

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