Ebook ¾ The Warning Kindle å

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The Warning [Read] ➲ The Warning Author James Patterson – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk NO ONE CAN ENTER NO ONE CAN LEAVE NO ONE IS SAFEA small southern town was evacuated after a freak power plant accident As the first anniversary of the mishap approaches some residents are allowed to r NO ONE CAN ENTER NO ONE CAN LEAVE NO ONE IS SAFEA small southern town was evacuated after a freak power plant accident As the first anniversary of the mishap approaches some residents are allowed to return past the national guard roadblocksMount Hope natives Maggie and Jordan uickly discover that their hometown is not as it was before Downed cellular networks fail to resume service Animals savagely attack humans And the damaged power plant where Jordan’s father is an engineer is under military lockdownAs friends and family morph into terrifying strangers the teenagers increasingly turn to one another Their determination to discover who – or what – has taken control of Mount Hope soon has them in the cross hairs of a presence sinister than any they could have imagined And there’s no place to run in a community that’s been taken.


10 thoughts on “The Warning

  1. jv poore jv poore says:

    Friends I am feeling a bit frustrated James Patterson is my go to author for the times that I've read but not reviewed way too many ARCs It's not like I can just not read So Mr Patterson Because I'm usually guaranteed to get a suck you in story that is easy to walk away from And because it comes from the author who rightfully blurbs his own books I do expect perfectionI purchased my copy of The Warning first time in print retail as a finished polished product I am not reading an ARC Initially I am all kinds of excited This seems like something 'my' students would totally dig The younger characters carrying the heavy load in an action inundated frenzied race to save humanity all while being held captive by an apparently malicious AI is obviously appealingThen a small error Jordan spots his dad's SUV down there p 197 His dad drives a pickup I know this because I've read it many many times up to this point as well as after Yes There are real problems in the world and this is not one of them I am still annoyedBut then a continuity error that made me want to slap someone upside the head On one page My brain also got around to noticing that my hands were cuffed behind my back p 254 Later but in the same scene I put my hands to my head and felt around p 255 This one may be just me Perhaps I am the odd human wholly incapable of raising my hands which are cuffed behind my back to my head to feel around If so my apologies my mistake If however this is the second errorit really is aggravating To me in these Not So United States general expectations are being lowered considerably with many people being complacent I do think that this story line is a good one I also expect published books by James Patterson to be perfect I understand that the author is not the only human involved in the publication process and I am eually annoyed with each set of eyes be they actual or artificial that let these slide This book will not be going to my favorite classroom library but for all normal people that are not perturbed by the tiniest things it's pretty entertaining


  2. Laura Rash Laura Rash says:

    Fair warning that this reads very much like a YA tho it’s not classified as one But that doesn’t deter from the fact that it’s a pretty cool story Kind of apocalyptic and futuristic and some great humor thrown in an adventurous tale


  3. Deb Deb says:

    I will rate this a 25 It wasn't labeled as a Young Adult or even Middle Schoolbook but it certainly read like one Very simplistic writing at best I feel like it was kind of a waste of time Thank heavens it only took a day to read it


  4. Sheila Beaumont Sheila Beaumont says:

    This is a pretty good YA science fiction thriller that really held my attention With narration alternating between two teens named Jordan and Maggie the story is set in a small South Carolina town where things get weirder and weirder after residents return home after an evacuation caused by an incident at the local power plant I found it all uite entertaining though the conclusion did seem a bit rushed


  5. Jessica Jessica says:

    The perfect read for me right now I'm having a little trouble concentrating what with the Corona and all that and this was as advertised A fast paced thriller There's weird shiz galore from a potential nuclear incident to animals going crazy to humans acting weird and I was 100% on board with it Jordan and Maggie are excellent lead characters and I really liked Maggie and her mom and their vet clinichouse it made for perfect home base Towards the end I felt like stuff happened too fast I didn't get to savor the weirdness as much as I wanted to but it did have a satisfying conclusion I listed this as YA because it's about two teenagers but they do say the F word a LOT and I'm not entirely sure it was meant to be YA? So you know proceed with caution


  6. Natalie M Natalie M says:

    ‘The Warning’ is the ⚠️ WarningIf Patterson contributed anything to this one then I’m the Pope A genre confused YADystopianSci FiFantasy to list just a few read that gets worse as it progressesIt gets one star for contributing to my GR Challenge


  7. Melissa Dunlavey Melissa Dunlavey says:

    I love a good James Patterson book however this was not one of them While the premise sounded good the book was like a young adult book and not his usual work I wish he would stop writing with other authors and coming out with a book a week and go back to focusing on the story and element of surprise which seems to be lacking in this book Let down and would the real James Patterson please stand up and return to writing like he used to


  8. John John says:

    Well what should I say about this novel It seems the original title was called “Disasterland” which is a good description of the writing This should be classified as a YA genre because it definitely reads like it There was good humor and a decent plot in there but it was difficult to enjoy


  9. Donna Hines Donna Hines says:

    No One can Enter No One can Leave No One is SafeHOLY SMOKESA freak power plant accident leaves a town forever scarred but who knew it was literally as well as figuratively Nothing is as it appears Animals attacking humans No cell service Military lockdown of this plant is now the normI don't believe there was ever a book that had me flipping pages uicker than those by James PattersonI have always loved LP but the short chapters make it easier to dig in and fully enjoy every word and this one was no exceptionFor me it was his best work yet and I'm sure this is only the beginning as he never seems to disappoint with endless thrillersWow Maggie is our 16yo with possible breast cancer whose mother is a vet which sounds simple enoughUntil you throw in the rest of the plot such as chips and scars and the danger surrounding Mount Hope Nuclear Power Plant with the exposure to radiation oh plus the whole mess with a concussion that altered the entire brain wave pattern of one individualI loved the characters including Jordan Ishango female Maggie and both parents who I prefer not to name to not spoil the plotNothing will ever be the same NothingThe power of the one controls so much until perhaps it no longer exists


  10. Linda Linda says:

    This was one of the dumbest books I’ve read and kept thinking it would get better but it never did A year after a power plant accident residents are allowed to return to their homes but things are not as they seem The two main characters are Jordan and Maggie Jordan seems to have abnormal powers while Maggie is a normal teen They hear rumors about Ishango but have no idea of what or who this isI don't recommend wasting your time reading this drivel


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