Thursday, August 20, 2015

Rush and Push

By: Eve Silver
Location: FIC SIL
Genre: Sci Fi- Survivor- Aliens - Romance  
Series: Game #1 and Game #2 and Game #3

RUSH is an intense, pulse-pounding thrill-ride with a strong heroine, cute boys, and scary monsters—you need to read this book!—Morgan Rhodes

For readers of The Hunger Games and Divergent, Rush follows in a similar new tradition, with electric high-action scenes, a world in peril (this time, by the threat of aliens), and amorphous morality in a broken society, —The Globe and Mail—

So what’s the game now? This, or the life I used to know?
The series follows the story of Miki Jones, a teenage girl who is pulled from her life after a terrible accident into some kind of game. Miki awakens in a strange place with several other teenagers and a sophisticated wristband that is glowing green. She is given very little information: she is about to go on a mission, and that her wristband shows her health so she must not let it turn red. Suddenly she finds herself carried across time and space to fight the Drau, a race of terrifying and beautiful alien creatures. Her only guide for the mission is the team leader Jackson Tate, who is equal parts secretive, frustrating, and mysteriously attractive. When Jackson tells Miki that the game isn’t really a game, but will actually determine the lives of her teammates and the ultimate survival of every person on earth, she 
realizes that she has been dropped into something far bigger than herself. If Miki dies in the game, she dies in real life, and if she allows the Drau to win, the entire human race will be a thing of the past.

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 hits the ground running, and every new twist and turn reveals more excitement, romance and non-stop action…Crash is a satisfying end to a remarkable series. Not to be missed.—RT BookReviews

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