Ravage The war against BioZenith is on Since she first came into her mysterious new superpowers Emily has watched one of her packmates disappear through an interdimensional portal she s been hunted by creep

  • Title: Ravage
  • Author: Jeff Sampson
  • ISBN: 9780061992803
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The war against BioZenith is on.Since she first came into her mysterious new superpowers, Emily has watched one of her packmates disappear through an interdimensional portal she s been hunted by creepy, body snatching Shadowmen she s managed to form an alliance with the same telekinetic cheerleaders who once tried to take her down and she s discovered that her believed The war against BioZenith is on.Since she first came into her mysterious new superpowers, Emily has watched one of her packmates disappear through an interdimensional portal she s been hunted by creepy, body snatching Shadowmen she s managed to form an alliance with the same telekinetic cheerleaders who once tried to take her down and she s discovered that her believed to be dead mother is one of the BioZenith scientists responsible for her strange abilities.Now it s up to the Deviants to put together the last pieces of the puzzle, which includes tracking down the final, mystery member of their kind and forcing their parents to reveal why they mutated their own children Emily fears the answer is far sinister than anyone ever thought after all, why would a parent risk a child s life unless the stakes were high scary, world ending high Tired of being at the mercy of adult conspiracies, Emily forms a plan with the other Deviants Destroy BioZenith before anyone can use the knowledge within the facility to aid the Shadowmen But that s only if BioZenith or something worse doesn t capture them first.

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    1. Is it just me or does a horrible last installment always ruin the memories of the rest of the series? I don't know if I never realized it before or if I just brushed it off in the first 2 books, but I really do not like Jeff Sampson's style of writing. At all. The dialogue and banter between the characters is so cheesy, and I felt like I was rereading chapters because everything was so repetitive. I felt like a lot of things that occurred in the book was very random and didn't really add up. The [...]

    2. Jeff Sampson’s fiery trilogy, The Deviants, comes to a powerful conclusion in Ravage. The series started with Vesper which the main protagonist, the very normal Emily, discovered that she is a werewolf. The second book, Havoc, tells how learned that she and other members of her wolfpack became werewolves. Ravage tells a very intriguing story about perhaps the most important question…why?When Emily started noticing that her former best friend, Megan, began appearing in places she goes, Emily [...]

    3. SPOILER ALERT**** CONTAINS SOME MAIN PARTS OF THE STORY EVENTS!!! I really liked this!! It was descriptive and it was so cool that they could control their powers!! However I gave it four stars though cuz it dragged a bit with the whole "we have to destroy biozenith" deal. I also got really upset when Megan got possessed and then was killed by Emily herself I mean I understood why she had to do it but it was really sad:( I was about to have a heart attack when I thought that spencer had died!! I [...]

    4. This is the best book ever. Adore the cover and reading the summary just made me scream. But then when I saw the day it would come out I screamed again but in a mad way. I want to win this contest because I never win a contest like this. I would keep this book and add it to my collection of my other two books ( vesper and havoc) to complete the deviants novel trilogy. I have read each book twice and I read the summary for ravage like 50 times!!!! I hope I win so fingers crossed!

    5. The final battle has begun. And The Deviants are more than ready to kick some shadowman ass.Loyalties will be tested.Friendships forged.Abilities discovered and wielded.Allies uncovered.Hearts broken.Spirits ignited.One thing's for certain. The Deviants aren't here to lose. They will do anything to protect those they love. And the bad guys are going down!

    6. He smiled back. “I do know. That’s why I love yo—um.” He swallowed the last word and his face went red. And I was like, aww Spencer is so cute!

    7. This was a really great series I’ve never read anything like it. unexpected and a great page turner

    8. This is the third, and final, book in the Deviants series by Sampson. This was by far the strangest book of the three, it was still very engaging and very readable. I’ve enjoyed the interesting mesh of paranormal, aliens, and genetic engineering that takes place in this series. Emily is the leader of the pack of Vespers who can now morph into their hybrid state which combines the best of their normal state, nighttime state, and werewolf personalities. In the last book parts of the puzzle as to [...]

    9. This book and this series really caught me by surprise in a good way. With storylines like these, involving high schoolers, shadowpeople and werewolves, either the endings are disappointing, the writing gets cheesy, and/or the dialogue and events kind of lose my interest. But this book kept me turning page after page, leaving me entangled and intrigued by Emily's story and how it was going to end. For this I am glad, because I really just enjoyed this series- it was nice to relax with, and easy [...]

    10. This series is amazing and has been kind of under the radar. Not many people know it’s out there. I was happy when I read Vesper. And now with this third and final book, I am sad to let it go, but happy that it ended well and epically. If you are a fan of series like Maximum Ride by James Patterson or Darkest Power and Darkness Rising series by Kelly Armstrong. This series is sci-fi with a paranormal edge, or vice versa. And it even has a kick-butt girl main character that’s a bit of a pop c [...]

    11. Guess what? I FINALLY KNOW WHAT A VESPER AND DEVIANT IS!Everything gets explained, thankfully.All the stuff that made this series a little bit confusing is now understood. I now think that those pages from reports are nifty ideas. I did like the ending to this series. Everything gets explained and nothing is rushed. Also, the ending isn't gift wrapped and tied with a bow.Everyone in this series comes a long way. The deviants that have these alter egos learn how to be both. That by themselves, th [...]

    12. Wow! This one was even BETTER! I don't see any other books listed for the series, but I really hope there's more to come! Even though there's already been 3 [and trilogies are the thing right now], there's so much room for more story. I can see this going the route of The Lying Game, where there's just book after book after book. Although, he seems to be writing them all personally, so they'll probably only be one released per year, not a million lolBut yeah. I know this book caught up to the ti [...]

    13. This last book in the Vesper trilogy does not live up to its expectations, if it had any to begin with. When I read this book, I was into it just solely to see if there were any explanations on what Emily and her fellow Deviants were, and all we got were a cult-like religion that humans believed in that stemmed from 'shadowmen' (shadowbeings) from an alternate dimension. There was just so few indications of this plot twist in the first two books that I just thought this was a deux-ex-machina sor [...]

    14. The ending seemed rushed and abruptly cut short. I hate how some authors end a book with an ending that feels like another book could be written. If it the last book of the series I want to have finality at the end of that book. Not an open "who knows where life will take me tomorrow" that's the point of an ending, I need to know where life took her tomorrow and where they ended up. They were all homeless and some had no family/parents left. Did they just go home and back to school? What about d [...]

    15. Wow. What an emotional, action-packed book. I couldn't put it down and was so mad when I had to. Emily as a normal girl I can so relate to. I was her in high school. I just loved how she was finally able to embrace what she actually is. The hardest part was reading about her emotions regarding Megan. Those were tough and I was emotional, especially towards the end of the book. This authors writing style really captures a reader and I really respect that.

    16. This was a step up from book two, but it still left me wanting moreswers, romance, a true ending. As I understand it, this was the last book for the series, however, I felt like we really are left with no real conclusion. I don't always need my endings tied with a bow per say, but I do like to feel sme sense of completion. Overall, it was still a pretty interesting read, based on a unique concept.

    17. 4.5 stars.The only reason I'm not giving this 5 full stars is because there was something that ended up not being explained at the end, so it seemed like it was used just as a way to direct the plot a certain way and wasn't really useful to the plot as a whole. But other than that this book was just as addictive as the others (and a lot crazier too) and a great ending to the series.

    18. Great conclusion to the series. So many feels and love the way that the formatting from the previous books tied into the story of this final book. I usually feel like there should be more to a series like this but this one ended perfectly. Would totally recommend people read this, especially one book after the other.

    19. I liked the action in this book the most. I guess it's was a wrap up ending. But there was definitely enough there to keep it going or make a new series with them hunting down the other vespers. Funny the few things that bother me are: where will they go with no money, are they going to steel everything? and why the hell can't they ever go home? Silly I know

    20. WHY WHY WHYDid so many people have to die?I liked Megan. I liked Emily's family, why does this book have SUCH a shitty ending?OHD THANKS FOR THE HEART ATTACK WHEN SPENCER 'DIED'Other than that it was still a page turner and I loved it.But all the deaths cost you a whole star mister so sit and think about what you've done!

    21. I cant wait to read this book.So after reading the first two books I was raging with excitement!!!!!!! I couldn't wait to read the next book but then I found out the third book wasn't even on sale. So I am hoping that I win this give away because I am one of this people who never win contest, like at all. Fingers crossed and wish me luck!!!!! Hope I win.

    22. This book was my favorite out of all 3!! Watching the characters grow and change into someone completely new was amazing! I do wish there was a part that told what dalton went through in the other "world" !!! Left me wanting more and that ending.hopefully there will be more to come!?!? Maybe a spin off series! Something!!

    23. Jeff Sampson wasn't kidding when he said 'shiz gets crazy.' I loved every second of Ravage, with it's diverse cast of characters, heart wrenching twists and most of all--the amazingly crafted story (and how everything just comes into a full circle, from Vesper to Ravage). Ravage is easily one of my favorite books of 2013.

    24. Emily kicks butt once again! She continues to try to keep her pack one step ahead of BioZenith and stay away from the shadowmen. Jeff Sampson was able to conclude the trilogy beautifully with a hint at more to come, which I love.

    25. I was absolutely hooked on this book. It is a page turner and very difficult to put down. The storyline was very interesting and I loved the imagination and creativity. I will definitely be recommending this book to people in the future. Great job, Jeff!!

    26. I love this series! This is the last book to the trilogy of vesper. This book was the longest, filled with plenty of twists and unsuspected turns I did not see coming. I highly recommend this series to fans of Patrick Carman's Dark Eden and Dan Krokos The False Memory.

    27. The plot of this book was good but the ending was a real let down for me. Sure her friend deserved to die(no offense) no one in their right mind should want to be possesed, but why did her best friend have to be the one to kill her. Thats just insane.

    28. What a great book, and a great ending to the series! Things got explained, and the things between Bio, and the Vesper Company, and yeah, I wish we got a bit on her dad and step mom and sister, and the Cooke parents, but great book, and great ending! Loved it!

    29. I really liked the beginning of this series - but the twist in this one that turned everything into a weird religious cult thing was just too strange for me to really enjoy. Also, too many people diedSpoiler:I really hated how the delgado family disintegrated.

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