Thursday, May 28, 2015

Crash by @Eve_Silver Review @harperteen

Crash (The Game, #3)
Release date: June 9, 2015
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books
Genre: YA Sci-Fi/Romance
Series: The Game #3

Fans of the 5th Wave series will devour the pulse-pounding conclusion to The Game trilogy by bestselling author Eve Silver, about teens pulled in and out of an alternate reality where battling aliens is more than a game—it's life and death.

As her dad and best friend lie dying in the hospital, Miki is almost certain the Committee is trying to sabotage her life. The Game is glitching. The missions are more frequent, the alien Drau more deadly, and whatever has been tracking her thoughts more intrusive. The only thing holding Miki together is her boyfriend, Jackson, but somehow telling him how much she needs—and loves—him feels like the most terrifying challenge of all.

Can Miki and Jackson make it through the final mission alive and win the Game before the walls between their alien-fighting nightmares and the real world come crashing down? Or will the world and everyone Miki loves disappear forever?

Crash is the fiercely satisfying conclusion to a trilogy Pittacus Lore, New York Times bestselling author of the I Am Number Four series, raves is packed with "thrilling action and addictive romance—a mind-bending rush of a read!"



My Rating: 5 Roses

A thrilling conclusion to the series, Crash was a fantastic YA read. It upped the stakes, revealed many more secrets, and completed the series with a great ending. I really liked it and I thought it was a top-notch read.

Miki was at the top of her game in this book. Even with the mix of trouble in the Game and tragedy in the real world, she kept it together as best she could and still managed to kick ass. As in the previous books, I think she's awesome.

Jackson was just as badass as Miki was. He was learning to act as a team rather than take everything on by himself, though still as determined to protect everyone that he possibly could. He was also so sweet in the moments where it was just him and Miki and I still thought he was a totally swoon-worthy, absolutely adorable character.

The romance was great. I've always though Miki and Jackson were great together but this book really showed how much stronger they were as a team. And their romance added a lightheartedness to all the doom and gloom going on, which made the book even better.

The plot was fast paced and had me hooked right from the start. There were tons of thrills and secrets along the way, along with a game-changing secret that shed a lot of light on what was happening. I loved the story and the ending was a great conclusion to the series.

Crash was a perfect end to The Game series. It had twists, turns, romance, and an excellent story. I really liked this book. Fans of the series, you won't be disappointed with the final book. And, YA lovers, this is a series worth checking out.

*I received a complimentary copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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