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Day 21 (100) Hardcover – September 16, 2014

Book 2 of 2 in the Hundred Series

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Praise for The 100:
"It's easy to be drawn in by the Lord of the Flies-style tension that builds as the teens struggle to set up a new society on a battered Earth, and by the smoldering romances that hang in the balance."—Publishers Weekly

"Dark and riveting...A mash-up of The Lord of the Flies, Across the Universe, and The Hunger Games."—Booklist

"A mash-up of the hit TV reality show Survivor and traditional science fiction...Morgan's weave of pop-culture elements and politics make for a gripping read."—School Library Journal

"Likely to be a hit with readers who want their Pretty Little Liars mixed with Lord of the Flies."—The Bulletin

About the Author

Kass Morgan received a bachelor's degree from Brown University and a master's from Oxford University. She currently works as an editor and lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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Product Details

  • Series: 100 (Book 2)
  • Hardcover: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (September 16, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0316234559
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316234559
  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 1.1 x 8.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,483 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I feel like this story is really lacking and it is honestly a pretty boring book.
love2dazzle
Day 21 picks up where book one finishes, as the hundred approach their 21st day on Earth; a day that has great significance.
Claire Hill
This is a great book with a good storyline but don't watch the series on TV before you read the books.
Joseph Brooks

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Zarina @ Page to Stage reviews on October 22, 2014
Format: Hardcover
Last year one of the most unexpected television shows to grab me in its addictive clutches was gritty sci-fi young adult series The 100. Based on a novel by the same name it chronicles the lives of one hundred teenage delinquents that are send in a dropship from a space station to planet earth. They're the guinea pigs, because nearly a hundred years earlier a select group of privileged humans left just before a Cataclysm hit, leading to a Third World War and leaving billions suffering before dying a horrible death.

Those that made it off earth in time have lived in reasonable comfort in space but the ship is becoming overcrowded and the time has come for the offspring of those that escaped to once more walk on the ground and be surrounded by natural wonders such as forests, mountains and lakes. However, before the entire population of the space station can go back to earth they want to ensure that the air is safe to breathe again and that is where the one hundred come in.

The TV-show finished on a huge cliff-hanger and so when I saw that publishers Hodder were offering proof copies of the second instalment in the book series for review on bookbridgr I quickly hit "request" as surely I couldn't be expected to wait several more months for the second series to start?! Unfortunately for me, I was wrong to make the assumption that the TV-show and book series were running parallel and the second book in the series, titled Day 21, seems to chronicle a period in timeI had already seen on the small screen.

Having said that, the television and book series are vastly different, for example characters that are dead in the TV-show are very much present in the second novel and the bad guys, the Earthborns, actually seem to be reasonable people.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Erin on October 31, 2014
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Once I finished reading The 100, I moved on to Day 21. I wasn't a fan of the first book, but having already requested the second one, I figured I would read it next to get it out of the way. Thankfully, Day 21 was a significant improvement over its predecessor. Going into the book knowing it focused a lot more on the romance then on the science fiction aspect helped a lot too, I suspect. :)

A bunch of new characters are introduced in this one, some of them from the original hundred. I liked that we got to know more of them, but it felt like since the narrators were already semi-familiar with them, the reader never got a real introduction to them. It felt like some new names were just thrown in, and that left me feeling really confused for a while. I kept wondering if I should remember the characters from the first book, haha. But it was really nice to be introduced to more of the hundred, especially because I was hoping they'd be more likable than the main characters.

Day 21 has the same structure as The 100, with three POVs on Earth and one on the Colony. While I still felt like this was too many, at least the reader knows the characters now, and in Day 21, we finally get some of the much-longed-for character development that was more or less absent in the first book, due to the fact that the reader gets very little time with each character. I still didn't really care for the main characters much, but it was still a pretty big improvement!

In terms of world-building, there is a bit of an improvement versus what readers got in the first book, at least on Earth, though I will still disappointed on the "savage Earth" front. One entire section of the ship still remains unexplored, though, so that was pretty underwhelming.
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By Book Lovers MY on December 29, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
The ARC is obtained from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Day 21 is the sequel of The 100 by Kass Morgan. The story of the series is about 100 teens are sent back to the Earth from their spaceships as test subjects on whether they can survive living there after a disastrous nuclear war happened 300 years ago which believed to have killed every single one on it.

It's been 21 days since the hundred has landed on the Earth. So far no signs of disease caused by radiation yet but seems like they are not alone. Apart from the two-headed deer (mutated animals) they found on Earth, someone is out there spying on them and killed one of the hundred. Who are they? Are they Earthborns living since the catastrophic incident happened 300 years ago? What is the purpose of the killing?

The writing is arranged in the same way as the prequel - third-person POV, alternating four main characters in the chapters and with some flashbacks on what happened in the past before they're sent down to the Earth. Some of the flashbacks are quite dull and I think unnecessary to just bring out some plot at the later part of the book. I'm actually skipping some of them when I read through the chapters.

I like most of the main characters in the story with Wells being righteous, Clarke being smart and skilled in medics, Bellamy being brave and Glass being self-sacrificing. The author should be praised in putting them into the story to make it become richer and more interesting to read.

After The 100 ended with a suspense, this book goes on with adding more details to the little pieces of information brought out from the prequel which is quite smoothly. But again, the romantic relationships among the characters are a bit illogical to me.
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