Fourth Dimension The Rule of Three #4 ePub Ö Hardcover Read ô Eric Walters

reader Ô Fourth Dimension The Rule of Three #4 ☆ Eric Walters

Fourth Dimension The Rule of Three #4In a world with no power chaos soon descends A powerful look at the disintegration of society in the wake of a massive and mysterious outage that has knocked out all modern amenitiesFifteen year old Emma has moved house with her ex Marine mother and younger brother It's a brand new condo building which explains the semi regular power outages as workers complete Fourth Dimension tells the story of a small Marine family trying to survive after a complete technology blackout  What starts off as the family annual camping trip uickly turns into a dog eat dog world as violence ensues when humanity realizes life as they knew it has come to an end  Arming themselves with their mother's military experience their camping supplies and limited connections the family sets out to do whatever they must to surviveI think the concept of this book is really interesting  The complete loss of technology would surely result in a world fallen to chaos  There were a few key points of this decent that bothered me  Firstly the violence and desperation started within the first twenty four hours  I've been without power for several days and at that point nobody starts looting and shanking each other  The author's predilection to violence as a reaction was dramatic  Yes violence would likely occur eventually but I didn't see his timeline as realistic  And things kept going at the same speedUnfortunately every character see here is very flat and emotionless  This concerns me most about our protagonist Emma  Where the story started off with great family dynamics Emma uickly falls forward as her mother's eual and confidant even though she's still a high schooler  Not only is she encouraged to learn to defend herself fine she is also urged take a life to protect their community and eventually asked to lead the military training of the teens  Through it all Emma is remorseless  That bothers me just as much as the fact that their mother has no protective instinct to her children and either leaves them to their own devices or trains them to kill  It just doesn't seem like a realistic relationship in the dynamic we were given at the beginningThis book is overriden by dialogue  The parts where we settle in and learn about the community through Emma's observations are alright but at other time the characters will have a conversation about  The Hunger Games that serves only to allow Willow to say Emma reminds him of Katniss  Flipping between long descriptive stretches and uick uippy conversations threw the flow offWhere the concept of  Fourth Dimension is interesting I just don't buy the execution  The island is made it or LARPers magicians thespians and grandmothers and yet it is the strongest and most thriving community in the area and is attacked often  Attacks are always repelled  I appreciate the fact with have a parental character with a military background because I don't think I've run into a Marine in YA fiction before but the idea that she is single handedly protecting this community bent on living hedonistically is so unrealistic to me Fourth Dimension had a lot to offer in theory but the storyline characters and writing style didn't work for me  I think that people who enjoy YA fiction and military fiction will enjoy this book If you're looking for something character driven with relationship or intense world building look elsewhere

Eric Walters ☆ Fourth Dimension The Rule of Three #4 reader

Th their camping gear packed and ready Emma and her family canoe over to the islands just offshore to wait it out But while they land on an isolated island with a relatively hidden site they are far from safe as people become increasingly desperate to find food and shelter And as the days pass and the power remains out the threat of violence becomes all too real So I didn't really enjoy this book Plot the plot was ok Sort of shallow and predictable I don't even know what the point of this book was The Characters the characters were ok Emma had a sickening attitude in the beginning and she changed so hard towards the book that I didn't really feel like she was even the same person But I guess it's possible considering what she and her family went through Ethan was cute but I don't exactly know what his point was just to be a younger sibling? Ellen Sam and The Colonel were my favorite characters Sam because I just liked him from the beginning Besides these three I felt like none of the characters were properly developed and never really got to know them that much Violence there was a loooooot of violence and killing in this book and it was fairly graphic I think I wouldn't recommend this book at all really it's a waste of time of my personal opinion But if you want to read it probably 15 years old Language it was clean I don't remember even one instance of bad language but I wasn't doing a content read so I might have missed a couple Romance Emma crushes on a boy named Willow but there was nothing bad at all They didn't even kiss One hug and they held hands That's all Three stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Fourth Dimension The Rule of Three #4 ePub Ö Hardcover Read ô Eric Walters ¶ In a world with no power chaos soon descends A powerful look at the disintegration of society in the wake of a massive and mysterious outage that has knocked out all modern amenitiesFifteen year old Emma has moved houThe units around them So Emma isn't particularly concerned when the latest blackout hits just as they are preparing to leave town on a long weekend camping trip But then the car won't start and their cellphones appear dead and all the cars outside their building seem to be stalled in a long traffic jam In the midst of what appears to be a massive power outage wi This is a great dystopian teen read It is a stand alone companion to the Rule of Thre3 series which I now may go back and read I really liked how this appeals to not only the dystopian fans but also the adventure fiction crowd I’ve already recommended this to students and this is one of my Red Maple favourites this year