The Warning

The Warning

Book - 2019
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As the first anniversary of the power-plant mishap approaches, some residents are allowed past the National Guard roadblocks to return to the small southern town. Mount Hope natives Maggie and Jordan quickly discover that their hometown is not as it was before. As friends and family morph into terrifying strangers, the Maggie and Jordan increasingly turn to each other. Their determination to discover who - or what - has taken control of Mount Hope soon has them in the cross-hairs of a presence more sinister than any they could have imagined.
Publisher: New York : Grand Central Publishing, ©2019.
ISBN: 9781538714966
9781538732526
Characteristics: 316 pages ;,22 cm.
Additional Contributors: Wells, Robison E. - Author

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jshortod
Dec 05, 2019

Not a great book.

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ttadams1
Nov 24, 2019

The read was pretty easy although I personally felt there were some topics that didn’t get enough attention. But all in all it was good enough to receive an average rating.

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Mindysuee
Nov 02, 2019

Not one of his best. Teen book maybe?

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billhorton11
Sep 20, 2019

Hmmm, interesting start and then POW right in the kisser! Mr Patterson, you could have assisted the (co-)author by concluding this project 350 pages sooner!

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catw2ooo
Sep 15, 2019

This book is not ADULT fiction and should be cataloged under JUVENILE fiction. Basically it's about two teenagers, one of which has been made into a bionic boy, who save the world against a devious, controlling supercomputer. Definitely juvenile. Pretty much an anticlimactic ending which would be fine for a teenager but not an adult.

I will give this ZERO stars for an adult and 5 stars for a kid.

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carolsonder
Sep 13, 2019

very any-climatic! and VERY disappointing reading. it tries to build and build then completely fizzles at the end.

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sunshine1108
Sep 10, 2019

When I started reading this I wasn't sure how I would like it when it kept switching from person to person. Yes, it may be geared for teens, since they are the main characters in the book, but I enjoyed it regardless.

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JohnElwayJr7
Sep 08, 2019

The book was pretty well James Paterson like. But the ending was terrible. I love most all of James but his co-writers are something to be desired. So as an adult reading this book, I felt like it was another beginning to his Maximum Ride series.

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mjk236sb
Sep 04, 2019

Not sure why I finished this book, but I did. Believe that it was geared for young adults as the narrators of the story were two high school students. No the best I have ever read by Patterson, but possibly because was not the intended audience.

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USAF1969
Aug 27, 2019

To be honest, i did not finish James Patterson & Robison Wells' THE WARNING. This was not about not liking the writing style or about the story line per se. For those interested in artificial intelligence, (somewhat) post-apocalyptic settings, conspiracy stuff, and stories set it the future, I wouldn't be surprised if you found it interesting. But none of those are generally in my wheel-house. Enough said.

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