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As the second in the series this book improved a little but still struggled. The story is overfilled with strange characters and happenings that all feel too forced. The writing is choppy and I've never been fond of authors who explain every last event and emotion to me as if I'm not intelligent enough to figure it out myself. Plus, I've always felt you should be so immersed in the story that emotion is felt, not explained. Since the book was fairly annoying, I'm not sure whether I'll finish the last two books. My curiosity may win out, however so I might find the last book in the library and check out the last few pages to see how he saves the world. :-) NOTE: Other reviewers seem to really like this book, especially the younger kids so if the synopsis appeals to you, it could be one you'd end up liking.
This was just a great read. A lifestyle that intrigues me, but I know I probably won't ever try (as is the case with On the Road). Well written, easily read, never dull. The movie could have been just as good, but changes to the storyline and the ridiculous video game scene just about ruined it. Though it's worth watching the movie to see the beach they filmed it at, which is just amazing. But in the end, Utopia isn't all it's cracked up to be, at least after humans start showing up.