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Endgame: The Complete Zero Line Chronicles (Endgame: The Zero Line Chronicles) Paperback – June 7, 2016
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Praise for ENDGAME: THE CALLING: “The treasure hunters of the world may want to dust off their tools.” (USA Today)
“A unique dystopian adventure with anchors to the real world...set to become a cultural phenomenon.” (ALA Booklist)
“This book is fantastic. On every level. Please just go read it and try and disagree with me. I dare you.” (The Guardian)
“You officially have my attention, James Frey. And to anyone reading this, the challenge is on.” (Bustle.com)
“Endgame is like The Hunger Games on steroids.” (Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA))
“The premise is engaging, in a Hunger Games-meets-National Treasure sort of way, and the diverse global cast is welcome.” (Publishers Weekly)
From the Back Cover
Several decades before the Players of Endgame met at the Calling, an earlier generation of Players is learning the rules. Each has been chosen as the one to save their ancient bloodline—and win Endgame.
But not everyone wants to see Endgame take place.
A group of conspiracy theorists called the Zero line will do whatever it takes to stop Endgame from happening.
Their plan: kill the Players before Endgame even begins.
Their mission: save the world.
Endgame is real.
Endgame is coming.
But the Zero Line will win.
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Overall, my least favorite book in the series but I AM SO PUMPED FOR THE RULE OF THE GAME! I can't see Frey messing this book up at all, it's too good not to be messed up. So yes, this book was a flaw nearly irrelevant to the story, but still by far my favorite series.
Don't keep me waiting too long James, I already have the Rule of the Game preordered, read ya soon!
A note- I am not the type of parent to have a zero tolerance policy with regard to violence. I understand my kids are exposed to all sorts of negativity from friends, TV, etc... so I talk to them about the difference between right and wrong. This book goes way beyond any reasonable line... what author writes a book for young adults with repeated instances of cold blooded murder of police officers and other teens? Hard to believe.
It's almost beside the point that the book is very poorly written. The plot is not credible, there are factual errors galore, and the writing completely fails to engage.
I prefer books in a more positive vein for my kids, such as the Amplified (Balancing Light Book One) (Castellano) or The 5th Wave (Book 1 & 2)- quality reads!