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Review, Synopsis, and Summary of the Novel The Infinite Sea

The Infinite Sea is the youthful dystopian fiction written by Rick Yancey. The Infinite Sea forms part of the 5th Wave series. A unique and interesting narrative form part of the book. The slaughtering of people by aliens who impersonated as humans and the spread of a deadly disease present the book core and storyline. This book reveals how they try to fulfil their aim by devising carbon-dioxide bombs in the throat of the young children.

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Author: Rick Yancey

Genre: Science Fiction/ Dystopian Fiction/ Action Fiction

Pages: 300                                                  

Goodreads Rating:  3.90/5        

My Rating: 8 of 10 

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Synopsis and Summary of the Dystopian Novel The Infinite Sea

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The Novel starts with Cassie, Ben and the rest of the Squad 53 taking refuge in the Walker hotel. The hotel received its name from Evan Walker. Evan assumed dead survived the ordeal.

It continues with the struggle of Cassie, Ben and the Squad 53 to survive in the world full of the cruel and frightening aliens who find different dreadful ways to banish mankind. The storyline again brings all your favourite characters in the scene specially Ringer at the front.

The story is packed with action, skepticism, and thrill that keeps you intact throughout the novel. The 1st book of the series revealed a lot of secrets and twists.   Yancey dealt with the secondary characters extremely well and this is the best features of his series of writings.

Final Thoughts on the Dystopian Novel The Infinite Sea

The story becomes thrilling and gives you shiver down the spine. It has not fallen short to deliver the engaging content as in the 1st episode of the series and leaves you desperate to wait for the next novel. I enjoy fiction that contains action and twists. Besides forcing me to ask the relevant questions, it allowed me to analyse the different events. I rated it 8 out of 10 and convinced that you won’t regret reading it.

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