The 100

The No one has set foot on Earth in centuries until now Ever since a devastating nuclear war humanity has lived on spaceships far above Earth s radioactive surface Now one hundred juvenile delinquents c

  • Title: The 100
  • Author: Kass Morgan
  • ISBN: 9780316234511
  • Page: 378
  • Format: ebook
  • No one has set foot on Earth in centuries until now.Ever since a devastating nuclear war, humanity has lived on spaceships far above Earth s radioactive surface Now, one hundred juvenile delinquents considered expendable by society are being sent on a dangerous mission to recolonize the planet It could be their second chance at lifeor it could be a suicide mNo one has set foot on Earth in centuries until now.Ever since a devastating nuclear war, humanity has lived on spaceships far above Earth s radioactive surface Now, one hundred juvenile delinquents considered expendable by society are being sent on a dangerous mission to recolonize the planet It could be their second chance at lifeor it could be a suicide missionARKE was arrested for treason, though she s haunted by the memory of what she really did WELLS, the chancellor s son, came to Earth for the girl he loves but will she ever forgive him Reckless BELLAMY fought his way onto the transport pod to protect his sister, the other half of the only pair of siblings in the universe And GLASS managed to escape back onto the ship, only to find that life there is just as dangerous as she feared it would be on Earth.Confronted with a savage land and haunted by secrets from their pasts, the hundred must fight to survive They were never meant to be heroes, but they may be mankind s last hope.

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    1. A terrifying plan began to take shape, and his chest tightened in fear as he realized what he would have to do. But Wells knew there was no other way. To save the girl he loved, he’d have to endanger the entire human race.FUCK YOU, WELLS. There is another way. You stop being a selfish motherfucker whose brain is located in your fucking penis.This book is not a dystopian novel of a spaceship society. It's not a post-apocalyptic tale of survival. It's not about the nitty gritty of life within a [...]

    2. I'm gonna feel like a dick for saying this, but: watch the show instead.I'm really utterly fascinated with the differences they made to the material, and I honestly feel that the television adaptation made it a much stronger work & story -- I could write a lengthy essay on every single change, but won't, to spare you. I can really only recommend the book for die-hard fans of the show (which is what I have become, ahahahahahahaha sob) and who may want more from their faves, specifically POV c [...]

    3. My recaps of the show!Episode 1 - The Embodiment of StupidityEpisode 2 - To Survive, Be IdiotsEpisode 3 - Everyone is Valuable, Except The Guy I HateEpisode 4 - Double Standard Much?“This shit is going to be a TV show?” was the first thing I thought of when I turned the last page of this book.I was initially interested in 100 by Kass Morgan when I found out it was going to be adapted into a TV show on CW channel (I think. I may have got this wrong, so please correct me if I got it mixed up!) [...]

    4. OMG!!! This book. Bellarke FEELS!! If you watch the show and you're a Bellarke shipper you'll love it! ♥ There were characters missing from the show,like Finn or Jasper and Raven. BUT we had others to keep us company. Glass and Luke are so cute and their story is amazing! Octavia is less fierce in the books. And we had lovely POVs of lots of different characters,so that was interesting. Now the important stuff. BELLARKE. BELLAMY AND CLARKE. CLARKE AND BELLAMY. OTP ♥ I adore them so much!! Be [...]

    5. I didn't hate this. I thought I would but I didn't.I think if I hadn't already watched the show, and loved these characters I would have been extremely annoyed and frustrated with them. But since I went into the book with love of the characters and the world, things that typically would annoy me didn't. But yeah I honestly only liked this because I love the show so much and because I FINALLY got a Bellarke kiss

    6. DNF at 182 pages. It's not bad, it's just not terribly engaging, and there are too many POVs. Best to stop at this line:There was no drug strong enough to repair a broken heart.

    7. Karly *The Vampire Ninja, Luminescent Monster & Wendigo Nerd Goddess of Canada (according to The Hulk)* says:

      Let me pre-ample this review by saying I adore the TV show "The 100". A lot of this, I will admit, has to do with this:BUT a greater part of that is because I think it does a superb job of showcasing humanity's strengths and weaknesses. To say that Morgan's novel does the same would be a lie! Where the show is about survival, the book is - primarily - about human stupidity and the ridiculous shit we will do for "love". I have often said I am not a romantic person, this is not entirely true. The [...]

    8. That wasful. I'M SORRY. But this was written about excitingly and interestingly cereal box. Which kills me, because the premise is SO GOOD. Poisonous earth?! Kids being sent like convicts?! I really hoped it'd be like a sort of retelling of Australian convicts or something. BUT IT WAS NOT. It was woeful. WHAT I HOPED THE BOOK WOULD BE ABOUT:+ Survival. Since they're going back to an unpopulated earth.+ Dangerous. Helloooo, freaky animals or whatnot!+ Teens working together to figure things out a [...]

    9. With a fantastic premise and an overall interesting plot, I can see why The 100 has already been signed on by CW as a TV series. If only it was tightened up with better character development and a stronger dedication to world building instead of establishing the romantic angle, it could have been a real page turner. Nevertheless, it's interesting enough to warrant a read. I believe its success will lay in the TV series, however.100 teenagers are to be sent to earth after humans evacuated it 300 [...]

    10. The top of the review space says : What did you think?What did I think? I think I'm out. That's what I think. DNF @ 40%.There were too many PoV's. As well, there were too many flashbacks for too many PoV's. And let's not forget that I get iffy when there's too much flirting/pining/romance when it starts to choke out a great sci-fi concept. Sadly, I'm not even sure if the show is going to work for me. When all the kids ran off the ship in a very non-cautious and jubilant way, I think my mouth dro [...]

    11. 4,5 Empecé a leer el libro por que la serie de Los 100 me encantó y dije bueno vamos a ver que tal, y ahora mismo estoy enamorada. Puede ser que me haya encantado tanto por que mi otp de la serie (Bellarke) tienen acción y más momentos juntos que en la serie y eso me ganó por que es lo que más espero. Bueno voy a dejar de comparar el libro con la serie, pero me ha encantado.Es una lectura rápida y muy entretenida y todos los puntos de vista te hacen ver como viven y por qué cada uno hizo [...]

    12. I've been watching the show since it first aired and am ashamed to admit I didn't know there was a book it was based on. Having read this, I understand why changes were made for the show's purposes but I feel the book really did more with the characters. It was written in a style I felt was engaging and engrossing overall; however, some of the characters relied heavily on tropes and had flimsy, foolish motivations at times. For that reason the plot stretched disbelief in some places while wearin [...]

    13. Find all of my reviews at: 52bookminimum/I picked The 100 up because I’m a bookaholic and I can’t control myself as one of NetGalley’s “read now” selections. All I knew going in was that this is currently a television series on the CW Network. Now, I’ve watched enough of the CW to know that (excluding the delicious train wreck called “Makeover Day” on America’s Next Top Model) the viewership (which, at times, includes myself) tends to land in one of the following camps:50% Damo [...]

    14. Este libro me atrapó muchísimo, creo que es por el parecido con Lost (mi serie favorita), ya que esta contado de la misma forma y el punto de partida de la historia también es similar. La historia tuvo picada mi curiosidad hasta el final, incluso los capítulos finales fueron los más intrigantes de todos.

    15. Saw a clip for the CW show, and all I can say is that it looks awesome! Now, I'm super excited for this book. Plusis is generally what I think about YA books being made into television shows:

    16. I initially gave The 100 three stars, but after starting the TV show, I’ve realized how much better this book could have been. And it could have been 1000x better. After a nuclear winter almost destroyed earth, what was left of the population had to turn to space to keep the human race alive. They are what they call the “colony” and have been living in space for what has been three hundred years. But their home has begun break and fall apart, and so 100 criminals are sent on a desperate mi [...]

    17. Zero stars if I could. This was terrible. I can't believe this book spawned the first two seasons of the 100. How did the tv shows' creators make anything half-decent out of this shitshow? A quick list of the reasons the book doesn't live up to the tv show • Clarke is not a badass slytherin with complex morality. She's a shallow, undeveloped prop for a love triangle. • Bellamy and Clarke have crappy romantic development. I don't even ship them hard in the show but their relationship is fucki [...]

    18. Edit after watching 2 seasons of the TV Show in less than a week:You guys ditch this book and go watch the TV Show like right now! It's 10 times better I kid you not. -----------------------So I basically read this book only because I heard so many great things about the tv show. I didn’t hate it, it was definitely a good story but I didn’t love it either, mainly because of the writing style. The ones I hated:Wells:The stupidest idiot I’ve ever read about. He took some very questionable de [...]

    19. The tv show is one of my absolute favourites, so going into this book, I didn't actually have very high expectations. I'd heard that the book was very different to the show, and since I love the show, I wasn't too sure on what to expect. However, this book was exactly what I needed to feed my cravings whilst the tv show is on break until later in the year!The story is different, and I liked hearing about the characters that have no appearance on the show. I mean, anything that involves Bellamy B [...]

    20. It's been a full 24 hours since I read this, but I CANNOT stop thinking about it! I am obsessed. I am sitting here impatiently waiting for the last two books in the series to get in my mailbox so I can marathon them both. Probably in one sitting. It's that good. This is one of those books that completely surprised me, and a combination of beautiful (and seemingly effortless) writing, plus really cool characters, and an AWESOME/totally original storyline has sucked me in and consumed meAD. THIS. [...]

    21. Hate the book, love the show. Here's my review of the first 2 seasons: booksandstuff1357.wordpress.cI wanted to love this with all of my heart, I truly did. The show is one of my favourites of all time, but the book just left me disappointed.(except that one character that dies in the show in the first few episodes but is not dead in the books, although he is very hate-able in the book but likable in the show)It is:(view spoiler)[Wells (hide spoiler)]Also Finn is not in the book, I have no idea [...]

    22. First read: July 2015 - 3.5 starsSecond read: May 2016 - 4 starsStill: an amazing start to an amazing trilogy! I don't know why these books aren't more popular, the plot is fantastic, the characters feel so real, it's so good!

    23. I had such high hopes.I knew I wanted to read this the minute I got past like episode two of the TV show, so much so that my friend gave it to me as a birthday gift (probably because I wouldn't shut up about how much I needed it.) Much to my sadness, everything about this book was lacking. Please allow me to elaborate. The characters: The book rotates through 4 perspectives: Clarke, Bellamy, Wells, and Glass. Who is Glass you might ask? Someone that was not in the show. More on her later. Okay, [...]

    24. I quite enjoyed this book. Loved seeing the different perspectives and flashbacks, those added a little something extra to the novel.It was also fun picking out the similarities and differences to the TV Show, which I love so much.I didn't feel a great connection to the characters in this book, but there was definitely something there, so hopefully it grows when I read the next 2 books!

    25. Diziye neden sinir olduğumu anladım. Harika bir kitabı katletmişler lan. Olmayan karakterler üretmek mi dersin, hali hazırda harika iki karakteri silmek mi dersin oohooo. Yorumu yakında gelecek. Üstelik epey uzun olacak çünkü sinirliyim -,-

    26. Kass Morgan is geboren op 21 juli 1984 in New York. Ze is een Amerikaanse schrijfster en redacteur. Ze is voornamelijk bekend door de serie de 100. Er is een serie van de boeken gemaakt, deze ging op 19 maart 2014 in première op The CW. Het boek gaat over dat de aarde onleefbaar is geworden. In het ruimteschip waar de mensheid leeft, raken de voorraden langzaam op. Het lijkt een onmenselijke oplossing: 100 jeugdgevangenen worden teruggestuurd naar de aarde om te zien of ze kunnen overleven. Kri [...]

    27. The 100 has been billed as Battlestar Galactica for teens, and, for once, I totally agree with the marketing. Of course, it's very much season 3 Battlestar where things started going a bit off the rails, with some people on planet in weird costumes and Gaius Baltar becoming some sort of religious figure on the ships. I mean, not exactly, but that's the level of quality the book has. It's not the first season of awesome, and it's not quite the ending where I didn't know what the fuck was happenin [...]

    28. 1.5When I first saw it in the bookstore and read the blurb on the back cover, I was intrigued. And I note to myself that I will love this one. But maybe you can't just force yourself to love something you don't find loving. What a shame.I like the concept of The 100 yet almost the whole book was all about love-- kissing, saying "I love you" and whatnot. What the hell. Really characters, this is supposed-to-be a story of survival and discovery, not love. But love conquers all so that's why. Not t [...]

    29. The door slid open, and Clarke knew it was time to die. Too many POV's for my taste (Clarke and Bellamy's POV was perfectly fine for me, but Wells and Glass was okay in the start, but then I started losing interest in them, specially Wells) , but I love ALL the Bellarke scenes! And yes, you have guessed it, I'm a HUGE Bellarke fan! Though, I had expected a love-hate relationship between Clarke and Bellamy like in the TV-show, but I guess you kinda have to separate the book and the show, because [...]

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