The Matrix meets Inner Space in this third book in the BZRK trilogy from New York Times best-selling author Michael Grant. The members of BZRK are preparing. Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Gr 10 Up—Fans left breathless at the end of BZRK APOCALYPSE – Kindle edition by Michael Grant. Download . Bzrk Apocalypse by Michael Grant, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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The members of BZRK are preparing for their final stand. Noah and Sadie have seen death, and it holds no fear for them. And losing each other.
But they will not sit back, the only witnesses to an invisible apocalypse. The world is being destroyed from the inside out. It’s time for them to fight to the last, in the streets and in the nano. This is a story with both thrills and heart, packed with the author’s trademark jaw-dropping set pieces and pace.
Michael Grant has spent much of his life on the move. Raised in a military family in the USA, he attended ten schools in five states, as well as three schools in France. Even as an adult he kept moving, and in fact he became a writer in part because it was one of the few jobs that wouldn’t tie him down.
His dream is to spend a whole year circumnavigating the globe and visiting every continent. He lives in Marin County, California, with his wife, Katherine Applegate, their two children, and far too many pets. You can visit him online at www.
The author lives in Marin County, California. Love The Hunger Games? Action-adventure thrillers with a dystopian twist? Set in the near future, BZRK is the story of a war for control of the human mind.
No wars, no conflict, no hunger. And no free will. Opposing them is a guerrilla group of teens, code name BZRK, who are fighting to protect the right to be messed up, to be human. This is no ordinary war, though. Weapons are deployed on the nano-level. The battleground is the human brain. And there are no stalemates here: BZRK unfolds with hurricane force around core themes of conspiracy and mystery, insanity and changing realities, engagement and empowerment, and the larger impact of personal choice.
Which side would you choose? How far would you go to win?
A potent mix of action and thoughtfulness-centered around good and evil, courage and cowardice-renders this a tour-de-force that will leave readers dazed, disturbed, and utterly breathless. Excited to see where [Grant] will take [the reader] with this new series. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. But they will not sit back, helpless witnesses to an invisible apocalypse. It’s time to take up the fight once more, in the streets and in the nano. And they’ll apocxlypse everything they have to stop the Armstrong Twins. B Noah and Sadie have seen death, and it holds no fear for them. But are the Twins the ultimate enemy? Just who have they been fighting for? As madness spreads like a plague, one thing becomes terrifyingly clear: And Lear hasn’t been playing fair.
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Jul 07, Darren Hagan rated it it was amazing. It was so gripping and action packed, it was literally difficult to put down.
It gave me feels and so much happened that I was not expecting in the slightest! The stuff that happens is literally a really terrifying concept and I read most of the book with a look of horror on my face imagining if it actually happened. This entire trilogy has just been a massive surprise for me and I loved every creepy, gory, heart pounding minute of it. If you’re looking for a series where the good guys are crazy and the bad guys are downright batshit, this is for you!
May 26, Y. Grant has a very No, but aapocalypse, the way death happens in this book is practically an art form. Keats or Plath was destined to die, it was the only realistic scenario.
To be honest, I expected both to go mad, because the worst scenario is the most likely in this series. After the last book, when Plath started “I’m not a serial killer, I’m just a writer. After the last book, when Plath started to investigate Lear, I predicted that Lear was going to be a villain as well, because the dude’s moral principles are skewed, especially with Caligula enforcing his decisions. I did not expect Lear to not be dude. That surprised the fuck out of me.
Even when she was introduced, up until the point when she was offering Bug that choice, I still thought she was some new character. Or a higher up in BZRK. Or for Jin to do the wiring. Because I figured Vincent would know if he’s thinking wrong, and because Jin is the heart and not that adept at wiring people.
I feel like this book is a perfect metaphor for war. Both sides are wrong in different ways, both are considered lunatics. No one wins in the end, and the ones that suffer the most are the soldiers on the front lines. Both sides are hypocrites, even Keats and Plath. Didn’t they kill a bunch of people in the Tulip, even as they were trying to prevent the destruction of the building? I think this quote sums it up nicely: Nov 22, Marcia rated it liked it Shelves: De BZRK trilogie verkent de grenzen tussen wetenschap apocaypse ethiek.
Toch focust het overgrote deel van nzrk verhaal op pure actie. De personages storten zich brk gevecht tot gevecht en niet allemaal weten ze levend of in mentale gezondheid de eindstreep te behalen.
BZRK: Apocalypse (BZRK, #3) by Michael Grant
Hoewel ik bij het lezen van BZRK Apocalypse het een beetje gehad had met de verhaallijn en de zbrk, herken ik zeker de sterke punten van dit boek. Grant weet je met zijn verslavende schrijfstijl het verhaal in te lokken en schotelt je een grote diversiteit aan personages voor. Mijn complete recensie lees je op Oog op de Toekomst. View all 3 comments.
Dec 15, Braiden rated it it was amazing Shelves: More appropriately titled ” Methods to Apoca,ypse. A bzr, conclusion to a thrilling sci-fi trilogy from one of my favourite young adult authors wherein no one is safe and humanity is scant. I just couldn’t fucking help myself! Mar 23, Whitley Birks rated it liked it Shelves: See more reviews on my blog.
This book… It… Well… It was a good idea? I really loved the idea of this book, of the tone it set for the whole series, really. It took everything I expected from the first two books and turned it on its side. Yeah, that went gzrk with a book all about See more reviews on my blog.
Yeah, that went well with a book all about madness. On the other hand, that only really happened at the start of the book. At least, not of the plot twist variety. The problem, for me, came in all the gore in this book, and in the particular…theatrical display of madness this book went with. Add to that, it felt like the plot broke down a little in the rush to get spocalypse as much chaos and gore as possible.
It was still fair, just not up to the standard of the previous two books. Sadie, also, let me down a little.