Light (Gone #6) (Hardcover)
The sixth book in the New York Times bestselling Gone series by Michael Grant is another masterful, arresting depiction of life in the FAYZ.
It's been over a year since all the adults disappeared. Gone.
In the time since every person over the age of fourteen disappeared from the town of Perdido Beach, California, countless battles have been fought: battles against hunger and lies and plague, and epic battles of good against evil.
And now, the gaiaphage has been reborn as Diana's malicious mutant daughter, Gaia. Gaia is endlessly hungry for destruction. She yearns to conquer her nemesis, Little Pete, and then bend the entire world to her warped will. As long-standing enemies become allies, secrets are revealed and unexpected sacrifices are made. Will their attempts to save themselves and one another matter in the end, or will the kids of Perdido Beach perish in this final power struggle?
“[T]his book is more than satisfying—it is epic.”—VOYA (starred review)
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Michael Grant, author of the Gone series, the Messenger of Fear series, the Magnificent Twelve series, and the Front Lines trilogy, has spent much of his life on the move. Raised in a military family, he attended ten schools in five states, as well as three schools in France. Even as an adult he kept moving, and in fact he became a writer in part because it was one of the few jobs that wouldn’t tie him down. His fondest dream is to spend a year circumnavigating the globe and visiting every continent. Yes, even Antarctica. He lives in California with his wife, Katherine Applegate, with whom he cowrote the wildly popular Animorphs series. You can visit him online at www.themichaelgrant.com and follow him on Twitter @MichaelGrantBks.
“As a series finale, this book is more than satisfying—it is epic.” — Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA) (starred review)
“The Gone books have been one of the most dependable YA series in recent history. Readers dying for this series ender will be rewarded by Grant’s characteristic nonstop action. He keeps readers where he’s always had them—on the edge of their seats—until the very end.” — ALA Booklist