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Dean, Alex, and the other survivors of the Monument 14 have escaped the disaster zone and made it to the safety of a Canadian refugee camp. Some of the kids have even been reunited with their families, and are making tentative plans for the future. Then, Niko learns that his lost love, Josie, has survived!
Or is it?
For Josie, separated from the group and presumed dead, life has gone from bad to worse. Trapped in a terrible prison camp with other exposed O’s and traumatized by her experiences, she has given up all hope of rescue. Meanwhile, scared by the government’s unusual interest in her pregnancy, Astrid - along with her two protectors, Dean and Jake - flees the camp to join Niko on his desperate quest to be reunited with Josie.
In the stunningly fierce conclusion to the Monument 14 trilogy, author Emmy Laybourne ups the stakes even more for a group of kids who have already survived the unthinkable. Can they do so one last time?
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By Kimberly Vanderbloom on 12-13-16
A perfect ending
I can't believe it is over. I'm not ready to say goodbye to these characters. They were just perfect even the ones I wasn't so fond of (Jake). I was impressed the way in concluded because it wrapped everything up nicely. Most of all the story lines were covered and it left a little bit open so you could use your imagination. I wish there was more but unfortunately their story is done. The characters I will miss the most is Dean and Max. We didn't get too much of Max in this book but he was such a big personality that it will be hard to forget him. I loved the added touch of Jocie's point of view because her story line was fantastic and fascinating. It was so different from the others. I have been looking for a story that pulls you in this since I read the Gone series and now I have finally find one. I just can't get over how thrilled I was with this series. I did decide read each book a different way. The first book I read on my Kindle. The second book I read the paperback and the third book I listened to on Audible. I have to say that the narrator did a great job. He captured the emotions and voice of both Dean and Jocie.