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Now cured, Fiona Tarsis and her twin, Jonah, set out to find their mother with the help of Bowen and former neighbor Jacqui, planning to spread the cure along the way, but raiders will do anything to stop them and new ally Kevin may have ties to those raiders.
Publisher: New York : Walker Books, an imprint of Bloomsbury, 2014
ISBN: 9780802734211
Branch Call Number: E-BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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Apr 28, 2017

In the sequel to “Stung”, Bethany Wiggins writes another book from a different point of view, from a character in “Stung” who was only mentioned once. Now cured Fiona Tarsis and her brother Jonah, Jacqui (speaker) sets out with Fiona, Jonah, and Bowen to help find Fiona and Jonah’s mother. They have the cure along the way so they help out people who are infected and beasts. The raiders try to stop them and this new guy Kevin might be one of them. This book is good but not better than the first one. It's told from Jacqui’s point of view and they go through a lot of trouble in the story. If you read this, you will experience shocks that you didn't see coming. Still have my jaw dropped open. Anyways, you should read the sequel to Stung. 4.5/5 stars.
- @AquafinaAstro of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

Apr 03, 2016

Almost as good as the first book. I loved all the characters, though Fiona has become a bit annoying. A must read if you enjoy sci-fy and/or adventure. If you enjoy this series I suggest you also read Shifting (by the same author) which is not set in a futuristic world, but is an amazing read. Sorry for rambling. :)

Jun 30, 2015

Although this book isn't a direct variation of the first, it still ties in the characters from the first, and has a very interesting plot. If you like the first, you will definately like this one!!!


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