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Don't Let Go (Don't Turn Around) Hardcover – August 26, 2014
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“This fast-paced thriller will keep all readers, including adults, on the edge of their seats. This is a must-purchase title. Be prepared to stay up all night reading.” — Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA) (Starred Review) (Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA) (Starred Review))
“A tight, well-written thriller from a best-selling adult writer. The action and the developments come fast and furious all the way to the end.” — School Library Journal (starred review) (School Library Journal (starred review))
“A fast-paced, rip-roaring thriller for all ages.” (Harlan Coben, #1 New York Times bestselling author)
“Gagnon’s writing draws readers effortlessly into an adrenaline-packed ride. This is a smart, gripping addition to the growing hacker-action genre with strong appeal to fans of Doctorow’s Little Brother and Falkner’s Brain Jack.” (Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books)
“A sophisticated, mind-bending thriller.” (Katie Crouch, New York Times bestselling author of Girls in Trucks and The Magnolia League)
Praise for DON’T LET GO (.)
‘’Gagnon closes her Don’t Turn Around trilogy with a suspenseful page-turner that will have fans cheering. Not to be missed.’’ (Kirkus Reviews (starred review))
Praise for DON’T LOOK NOW (.)
“Don’t chew those fingernails too hard—you’ll need them to turn the pages of the next volume.” (Booklist)
“Gagnon handles developments and revelations well and they hit readers with the same force as they hit the characters” (School Library Journal)
From the Back Cover
After a devastating loss, Noa Torson is out of options. On the run with a few other survivors, Noa is up against immeasurable obstacles. Not only is her failing health becoming more of a problem, but the corporation's insidious plans are quickly coming to fruition. And no matter where Peter and Noa try to hide, they are inevitably found.
The group is outnumbered, outsmarted, and outrun.
But they are not giving up.
As they make their way across the country, desperately trying to crack Project Persephone's code, Noa and Peter realize they can't run anymore. They must return to where it all began and face the man who started it all. But the question is, can they win?
This riveting final installment of the trilogy, which started with Don't Turn Around and continued with Don't Look Now, ratchets up the action as Noa and Peter confront an evil that won't let them go.
Top Customer Reviews
Really great story. Loved the characters.
Fantastic Story. Could not put it down.
Once I settled into reading it, I enjoyed the book and expected to give it a good 4 star rating, until I got to the ending. I had to bump it to 5 stars mostly because it seems like all of the books I've been reading lately are filled with too many characters and unsatisfying endings. This book stuck to a handful of characters to focus our attention. I wasn't expecting this ending. I admittedly am a “happily ever after” person, but the author gave us time to savor the happy ending she created, winding us around each character and allowing us to enjoy the end. There are a couple of characters that we are not quite sure how they will manage. But for the most part, as I said before, too many books I've read lately have flooded their story with so many characters and just end without savoring the completion with the reader --like good coffee at the end of a meal, or glass of wine enjoying the sunset at the end of a good day. Thank you, Ms. Gagnon. I will read this author again.
Format: Borrowed eBook
This book was a big disappointment. I really enjoyed Don't Turn Around (the first book in the series) and thought this was going to be a great trilogy. Unfortunately, though, it all went downhill after the first book. I didn't care for Don't Look Now (the second book). But, I thought that it was just a filler book and suffered from the oh-so-common "middle book syndrome." So, I still wanted to read the final book, thinking it would be better and complement the first book. Unfortunately, it was a huge disappointment. I think I disliked it even more than the second book.
The characters in this one are boring. They are nothing like in the first book. There was nothing exciting about them or the story, really, in this book.
Probably the only thing going for this book is that it is a pretty unique storyline. Also, my investment in the characters from falling in love with them in the first book carried me to the conclusion of this final book (even though I lost interest in them and found that I didn't care about them as much anymore).
Sigh...I should have stopped reading and just left it after the first book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Such a good ending to a great series! But I want Michelle Gagnon to write another book to this series!Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
The ending just felt really corny to me. I felt like I was reading the end of one of Disney's "Happily Ever After" fairy tales. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Brittany D.
This trilogy is great because you never know what's around the next corner. It's soo realistic too and makes me worry something like this actually happening. Read it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Linda
I luved it so much I wish there was 1 more just cause I wana know more after everything is resolved like Peter and Amanda. What about Mia and Zeke, or even teo and daisy... Read morePublished 17 months ago by ISuchaCookie
A must read to complete the trilogy. As good if not better then the other two. Michelle Gagnon keeps things suspenseful to the very end. Read morePublished 20 months ago by N.Eggert Fiolka