Saturday, November 10, 2012
Summary:(from goodreads) Adam sees “numbers” – when he looks in peoples’ eyes he can see their death-dates, just like his mum Jem used to. Adam has trouble dealing with his awful gift, and when he realises that everyone around him has the same series of numbers, he becomes deeply afraid of what might happen in 2027.Desperate to find out what could be about to go wrong, Adam spends hours researching possibilities – war, nuclear accidents, killer viruses. He knows something big is coming, but what? And is there anything he can possibly do about it?
Review: This is the second book in the numbers trilogy and I thought it was a really good story. Although, I thought the plot was somewhat similar to the first book, it was still unique enough and very well written. The plot was well paced and I couldn't put this book down when I got to the last few chapters. Adam and Sarah were both really great main characters although they both did things that were kind of annoying towards the beginning. Sarah's pov was a really great addition to the story. I thought her story line made things more exciting and the book wouldn't have been as good if the entire book was Adam's pov. I'm excitied that there is alittle bit of mystery at the end of this book and I am excited to read the final book in this trilogy.