Author: Pittacus Lore
The Garde are at last rejoined, however do they have what it takes to win the war against the Mogadorians?
John Smith—Number Four—believed that things would change once the Garde discovered one another. They would quit running. They would battle the Mogadorians. Furthermore they would win.
However he was not right. In the wake of going head to head with the Mogadorian ruler and just about being destroyed, the Garde know they are definitely ill-equipped and miserably outgun.
Them six are effective, however they're not solid enough yet to tackle a whole armed force even with the reappearance of an old associate. To annihilation their adversary, the Garde must ace their Legacies and figure out how to cooperate as a group. All the more critically, they'll need to find reality about the Elders and their arrangement for the Loric survivors.
Also when the Garde get a sign from Number Five—a harvest loop fit as a fiddle of a Loric image they know they are so near being brought together. Anyhow might it be able to be a trap? Time is running out, and the main thing they know for specific is that they need to get to Five preceding its past the point of no retur.
The Garde may have lost fights, however they won't lose this war.
Lorien will climb once more.
On the off chance that you have been enthusiastically foreseeing the following book in the Lorien Legacies, then I'm certain you're really advertised up about the book. I was, as well. Gracious, The Fall of Five was fascinating. It had a ton of activity and the loveable Sam is at last back in activity. The Garde has likewise at last figured out how to make up for lost time with Five, which was a to a degree happy get-together that delighted them and made them feel they can at long last beat the Mogadorians.
The Fall of Five was amusing. It really has three turns to the story. One is that the "dead" Garde may have the capacity to return, or no less than one of them could. Second one, and more self-evident, is that Five has turned into a trickster to the Garde. There were all these intimations all through the book, genuinely, in the same way as his hatred for people was scarcely concealed, his arrogance was simply stewing, and the way he appreciated harming Nine was an indication. The disclosure that he is for the Mogadorian intrusion didn't amaze me at all. The third is one I won't say on the grounds that it was a stunner and a decent wind. In the event that I had a mustache, I'd be stroking it at this point in consideration.
There are an excess of characters, and honestly, just Nine and Seven appear to show a development. Four and Six appear to be simply the way they are since the time that the first book - you know, effective and tough ass gangsta. I don't feel like I'm getting to know all the more about them that has not yet been demonstrated in the first books. The more I'm getting to know Nine, the more I comprehend him. He's the sort who's simply not into the wistful stuff. He's a warrior completely. Seven, then again, has concealed profundities. I am glad to the point that she has indicated spine and there is a great deal of guarantee for her character, methinks.
Lorien Legacies arrangement is agreeable, and The Fall of Five is no special case. Then again, it truly neglects to rustle up much fervor in me contrasted with different books where, in the wake of perusing one in an arrangement, I'm in a split second on the chase for the continuation. Be that as it may, with the little odds and ends that I did appreciate from the book, I think in any case i'll read the continuation. Ugh. I can't quit perusing continuations in an arrangement, if to complete the story. I'm a sucker that way. Ugh.
You should, did you revel in or would you say you are as of now wanting to peruse The Fall of Five?