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Nexus The stunning conclusion to the New York Times bestselling YA superheroes series The Zeroes are in disarray One of them has vanished into thin air One of them is in prison The rest of them are on the m

  • Title: Nexus
  • Author: Scott Westerfeld Margo Lanagan Deborah Biancotti
  • ISBN: 9781925267259
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Paperback
  • The stunning conclusion to the New York Times bestselling YA superheroes series.The Zeroes are in disarray.One of them has vanished into thin air.One of them is in prison.The rest of them are on the most wanted list.And something big is brewing.After defeating Swarm in a breath taking stand off, Nate has been arrested for his murder In prison and isolated, he can t use hiThe stunning conclusion to the New York Times bestselling YA superheroes series.The Zeroes are in disarray.One of them has vanished into thin air.One of them is in prison.The rest of them are on the most wanted list.And something big is brewing.After defeating Swarm in a breath taking stand off, Nate has been arrested for his murder In prison and isolated, he can t use his powers of influence at all Flicker, Chizara, Kelsie and Ethan are on the run and in hiding from the FBI who believe the Cambria Five are domestic terrorists And Agent Phan and the FBI have a secret weapon up their sleeve a teenager with a superpower that the Zeroes haven t encountered yet.Meanwhile, Sonia Sonic and her growing band of weird hunters are tracking inexplicable events across the country and their investigations lead them to New Orleans during Mardi Gras, where the celebrating crowds promise enormous power to anyone who can channel it Time is running out for the Zeroes, but they must learn to trust each other again and combine their powers for good to avert the looming disaster.A brilliant, action packed conclusion to the superb Zeroes series.

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    1. Scott Westerfeld Margo Lanagan Deborah Biancotti

      Scott Westerfeld is a New York Times bestselling author of YA He was born in the Texas and now lives in Sydney and New York City In 2001, Westerfeld married fellow author Justine Larbalestier.He is best know for the Uglies and Leviathan series, and his next book, Afterworlds, comes out September 23, 2014.His book Evolution s Darling was a New York Times Notable Book, and won a Special Citation for the 2000 Philip K Dick Award So Yesterday won a Victorian Premier s Award and both Leviathan and Midnighters 1 The Secret Hour won Aurealis Awards Peeps and Uglies were both named as Best Books for Young Adults 2006 by the American Library Association.

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    1. In the third and final ZEROES book, things look grim. There's an external threat, in the form of Piper - a new Zero with powers unknown, leading an army to some kind of apolocalyptic event in New Orleans. There are internal threats, too: Scam is starting to realise what harm his omniscient voice could do in the wrong hands, which could well be his own, since he's just unwittingly revealed to Crash that people are essentially mechanical, and that she therefore has the power to kill with her mind. [...]


    2. I definitely recommend rereading the previous two if it has been a while because there are a lot of names to keep track of. The style was generally good, but the plot felt weak in a few areas.


    3. I can honestly say that I did not expect that ending. I also feel that some parts of it were rushed. Nonetheless it was an enjoyable read.



    4. I read this entire book in one sitting. I think that it was my favorite of the trilogy. What it all boiled down to was the relationships between the characters. The choices they made were because they thought of their loved one or their friend. It would be awesome if the author decided to start a new series about the next generation.I received an advanced copy from netgalley in exchange for an honest review.


    5. 10/5/16 - Scott said at an event that the 3rd book is going to be called Nexus! :o MUCH EXCITE!


    6. Oh if only.Like I said in my review for the last book: These books are just really worth reading. They're so full of stuff that it's hard for me to review it or even give any sort of synopsis. All I can say it Westerfeld has been a favorite of mine for many years, and even though he's probably writing content that's "too young" for me, I'll always read his works. This is just another reminder that I love how he creates worlds and makes them so easy to submerge yourself in. He's one of those writ [...]




    7. At lunch with only a few pages read I realised that I was going to be up reading this at 2am. Turns out I was wrong, but only because I finished it just after midnight


    8. Just wow. What a ride turned inside out! The Zero's became my new best friends in this third book. And like any good story, I'm both sad and thrilled that it's over. There are so many more Zero's out there with stories to be told. I hope/wish that we get to read many more!!!!



    9. I pounced on this book during a Christmas shopping expedition and have snatched reading time out of thin air during this holiday season because I NEEDED to know how it would all turn out. This third book, the conclusion to the story of the Zeroes - a group of kids born in 2000 with superpowers - was as gripping and exciting as expected. Set in the frenzied party atmosphere of New Orleans during Mardi Gras, each of the Cambria crew needs to rely on the inside out power of their powers to work tog [...]


    10. This series began with Ethan and the words "more coffee?", and ended with Ethan and the words "more coffee". And just like Ethan needs his coffee I needed to know how this ragtag group of unlikely friends would save the world in the most unlikely manner and I wasn't disappointed. From page one you are thrust back into the fast paced actions that is the Zeroes as you head towards an ending that ends with a bang. The characters did a lot of growing up and learning in this book, even Ethan, and I h [...]


    11. This trilogy has fast become one of my most favourites. The ending was concluded in a way that wrapped everything up nicely with no real questions that needed to be answered and one character went from someone who never had their shit together, to being the person who knows everything. I loved who he became and is now my favourite out of all of them.


    12. Wow, what a perfect ending for an exciting series. It has been a pleasure to spend time with the Zeroes and all of their faults and insecurities. This is a totally different take on the kids with super powers storyline. Yes, these kids have powers, but they are not the usual kind of powers, they are all based in the connections we have to each other, our emotions and technology and all of the social dilemmas that brings. This series has been more about society and it’s difficulties with morali [...]


    13. *SPOILERS*Overall, this series really never had an over-arching plot. Each book read like an "Adventures of the Zeroes" installment, until we got to the second book with it's killer cliffhanger. In the first book, Zeroes, the plot happened because they kept screwing up and getting themselves into trouble. It was great because we got to know them and their powers and saw them bungle things up and try to fix it all. The book could have been a standalone but I was glad it wasn't, because I liked th [...]


    14. I was mesmerized from page 1, the Zeroes are still reeling from their run in from enemies intent on destruction and evil. With Nate in prison and powerless, the other Zeroes are on the run from the FBI, but intent on breaking out Nate. The collaboration of Westerfeld, Lanagan, and Biancotti was perfect; loved their world building and characters and gripping plot; I could not stop turning the pages as new forces conspire to tear the Zeroes and their world upside down. As each character battles se [...]


    15. Dear Net Galley, Thank you for the ARC. I have another book from Scott to read. I will get there soon. I promise. Years and years ago, the greatest X-men comic of all time was written. It was called God Loves Man Kills. If you have not read it, that is OK because the third, and final, installment of Zeroes is that book, just longer and with a lot more chaos. On a purely superhero vs super villain level, this book does not work as the villains just want something good for themselves. I can not im [...]


    16. The age-old battle between the "haves" and the "have-nots"This is the final book in the ZEROES trilogy and it was a satisfying ending to this "teens with superpowers" story.This was my favorite book out of the three. There was a lot of action but even better than that, questions were answered - not all of them but a lot of them.The teens from Cambria, California end up heading to New Orleans, where they've heard that ZEROES are congregating and have some master plan that might not be in the best [...]


    17. For me this trilogy went from "alright" to "Amazing!". The problem with the first book was that it was cliche, and Ethan as the main PoV was annoying. I feel like that was fixed in the second and third books wonderfully. All the character's switch PoVs equally, I loved the character development of each, and the f/f romance between two of them (and avoiding that horrid idea of a straight love triangle that was forming in the first book, yikes).All the characters made this. I loved how there power [...]


    18. This book was kind of a hot mess compared to the first two. The motivations of the characters were all over the place, the point of view changed too often, and there was to much change to the setting to make it easy to follow. I feel like they never spent more than a chapter in the same location. Also, they work better as a team, but were frequently split up throughout this book, weakening them and leaving opening for semi-forced conflict. I was impressed with the few battles they were involved [...]


    19. This was a awesome book and the fact I got to read it the week before Mardi Gras made it that much cooler. Our friends are back in the last of the Zeroes Trilogy books, and the heat has not let up yet. The action is non stop, and the suspense has not slowed up in the least. We do meet a whole bunch of new Zeroes in New Orleans, as they prepare for Fat Tuesday, and one of the big Mardi Gras day parades. But our friends are split on whether to help this new bunch or not, and what the new bunch of [...]


    20. Nexus is the conclusion to the Zero's trilogy. A trilogy filled with action and YA superheroes.The Zeroes are in trouble. One disappeared. One is in prison. The rest of them made the most wanted list. Something huge is about to go down.After defeating Swarm, Nate is arrested for murder where he can't use his powers. The rest of the gang are on the run and trying to dodge the FBI. And the FBI has a secret up their sleeve. Time is running out for them and they must band together to avert the impen [...]


    21. Nexus continues the story of the zeroes; former leader Nate, current leader Flicker, and their friends Chizara, Ethan, Kelsie, and Thibault as they try to figure out what is going on in New Orleans. The Big Easy is swimming in powered kids, and the crowds in for Mardi Gras are both overwhelming and exhilarating for the zeroes. I'll admit, the ending made me cry! I love how this book really wraps up the series, but also leaves room for more to come.


    22. Thank you to the publisher and to Edelweiss+ for the review copy. Since this is book 3 I don't want to go into detail about things, but Westerfeld is an author that never disappoints. This truly brings everything to a great conclusion. I have to say out of all the Zeroes, Scam was always my favorite. I can't wait to see what Westerfeld does next!


    23. I thought the book was awesome! It was a great conclusion to this awesome book series. I was super stoked when I read it, I just couldn’t put it down. I very much recommend this series especially if you like book told in a present day world with sci-fi premises!



    24. I wish it didn't end there! There's still so much I want to know! What's going to happen to Nate? Or Flicker and Thibault? Or the other Zeroes (like Oliver and Verity)?


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