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Found (#2 Flamestone Trilogy) (Volume 2) Paperback – February 12, 2016
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Found picks right up where Alone ends and immediately grabs you into the story and keeps you engaged to the end. Elaine has just escaped her stepfather who she has learned isn’t who she thought he was and has made it to the settlement that her friend/pet Pit has been leading her to since she found him. Now Elaine needs to earn the trust of the people who have managed to make a life here so that maybe she can get some help to go back to the mines and free her friends from the Society.
The leader doesn’t fully trust Elaine but there is more going on that meets the eye. Elaine meets new people and makes a few new friends. Some of the people of the settlement have never even been to Earth having been born there from others who have escaped. But they are making it by learning from others and experimenting. But danger is nearby and coming in the darkness on skittering feet.
I found that Found drew me in more and was more engaging than Alone, the first book, was for me. This second book is a bit faster paced and engaging as there are more characters to bring more dynamics to the story as secrets are revealed, a betrayal is discovered and more of the truth comes out. This book is really well written and will have the reader gripped all the way to the end of the story and wanting to know what happens next. Elaine and her friends are in a struggle and a fight for their lives and the only way to find out whether they will succeed…is to read on to the next book.
I would definitely recommend this book to others and I give it a 5 out of 5 stars.
But the leader of Wompitt doesn't trust her, and all the settlers have on their mind is survival. Even worse than that, though, is there looks to be a mole in their midst -- someone is working with the Society, and Elaine is suspect number one.
I read this book as part of my #yearofindiewomen. I read this book during Dewey's 24-Hour #readathon.
Elaine thinks she's finally going to get home when she gets out of the wilderness and finds the settlement of Wompitt, but as it typically happens when humans get involved, things get a lot more complicated. Elaine continues to evolve a lot throughout this novel, and we see even more of the awesome and scarily beautiful world of Selwyn. We also see how awful humanity can be through the Flamestone Society.
I just have to say that Pit is the star of this series, honestly. He's the best. Without him, they'd all be dead. Not to mention, he's cute and funny as heck!
Just like 'Alone', I devoured this book and quickly moved on to 'Freed'. This series made the readathon just fly by!
Read this review and more on my blog at roxiewrites (dot) tumblr (dot) com.
She becomes close with some of the residents, including the resident science genius, and the things he tells her about the Dwellers and Flamestone are really intriguing. Elaine also begins to teach Jaden how to read and write, which I thought was really cool.
There's a Dweller raid, and Ned assumes Elaine is responsible, and she is banished. This begins a series of events that are devastating and life-altering for Elaine. She, Jaden, and Welsie are asked to bring back an arm of one of the Flamestone Society. They agree, but cannot bring themselves to do it, or leave. There's another raid, and they save everyone -- and a traitor is discovered.
What happens after that is an unbelievable, twisty adventure. More shocking revelations for Elaine, more hard decisions. It ends on a cliffhanger, so be warned.
But it was great, and I can't wait to read the next book.
I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.
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Author: Holly Hook
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Main Characters: Elaine
I do love this series. It's short and exciting and easy to read.Read more
After reading the first book in the series, I couldn't wait to see what happened next.Read more
Found picks up right where Alone left off. Elaine has made it to Wompitt.Read more