Strike : The SYLO Chronicles

  • by D.J. MacHale
  • Narrated by Andrew Bates
  • Series: The SYLO Chronicles
  • 11 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Number-one New York Times best-selling author D.J. MacHale is back with the third book in the SYLO Chronicles. Once again, Tucker Pierce and friends must fight for their lives against the better-equipped SYLO. All bets are off in Strike - with twists so big listeners will never see them coming - while the action and pulse-pounding suspense remain as high as ever. Fans will be sure to devour this incredibly satisfying conclusion.


What the Critics Say

"A relentlessly fast-paced, intriguing, expertly-written tale that leaves you breathless and satisfied, yet wanting more." (James Dashner, New York Times best-selling author of the Maze Runner series)
"Absolutely un-put-downable, more exciting than an Xbox and roller coaster combined." (Kirkus)
"If you're a fan of The Maze Runner and Alex Rider, you might want to pick up SYLO... A fast-paced read and a huge cliffhanger." (


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Thrilling End to the Sylo Chronicles!

I always really enjoy DJ MacHale's books. Great performance by the narrator, and quite a twist for the end of the story. If you've read the other two books in the series, Sylo and Storm, then you need to read this one. If you haven't read any of DJ MacHale's other books but enjoy teen sci-fi that isn't filled with a ton of plot conveniences, his books (Sylo series or his previous Pendragon series) are worth the read/listen!
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- Andy M

Good story, but has political spin

Where does Strike rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It's up there...but isn't in my top 10.

What did you like best about this story?

I love the characters in all 3 of the Sylo books. They were complex and developed. I also really liked the plot twists.

Any additional comments?

******SPOILER ALERT******
I really didn't like how he just said that none of the business leaders were interestd in developing alternative sustainable energy because it wasn't cost effective. It implies that capitalism is incompatible with taking care of the Earth. It is a very flawed point of view. In the last 10-15 years, we've seen many entrepreneurs created businesses based on using renewable resources. From making solar panels and electric cars to making bicycles out of sustainable resources (i.e. bamboo).

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- Jensen

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-14-2014
  • Publisher: Listening Library