Teen Review: “The Infinite Sea” by Rick Yancey

It is cold now during this Fifth Wave. With no electricity, it’s hard to keep warm against winter. No one is to be trusted. Even opening your heart up to a little kid could mean death. Cassie, Ben, and Ringer must face this cold. Cassie has found her brother at last, but now Evan is gone. Can he be trusted to find her like he promised? Ben, who lives after getting the plague, may die of his wounds. To Ringer, something is off. Why would Evan defy his race for love? If the aliens need human bodies, why kill everyone off? And then, there’s the problem of the rats. This second book, though more from Ringer’s perspective, was just as interesting as the first one. This book presents the question of why?

Aedan, Central TLLC, 17

 "The Infinite Sea" by Rick Yancey book cover

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