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PDF Â BOOK Last Pick Û MBJUK ß Three years ago aliens invaded Earth and abducted everyone they deemed useful The only ones spared were those too young too old or too “disabled” to be of value Living on Earth under the aliens’ harsh authoritarian rule humanity’s rejects do their best to survive Their captors never considered them a thrThree years ago aliens invaded Earth and abducted everyone they deemed useful The only ones spared were those too young too old or too “disabled” to be of value Living on Earth under the Wow That was SO much better than I imagined it would be I thought it would be interesting and it was but it GRABBED me to the point where I NEED the next two books in the series Like YESTERDAY The artwork was clear and realistic The aliens gross and the plight of the MCs and the rest of the world heart rending I loved the storyline and I really want to see what happens next I have a few suspicions re the aliens but I have no CLUE why they are taking people unless it's as slave labor But to work on what? I really care about these characters so I hope it has a HEA It better or I'm going to cry And I HATE crying So excellent book but the cliff hanger at the end is SO not fair 5 gotta have the next one now stars Highly recommended My thanks to NetGalley and First Second Books for an eARC copy of this book to read and review

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Aliens’ harsh authoritarian rule humanity’s rejects do their best to survive Their captors never considered them a threat until nowTwins Sam and Wyatt are ready to chuck their labels and this was pretty good at first it was kind of meh i saw the potential but it just wasn’t doing anything for me but the last few parts really sold me and now it shall join the endless list of stories that should be made into tv shows on netflix honestly it would be so good ♡ 45 stars; can’t wait to read the next one which i just realized doesn’t come out until october boo

BOOK Last Pick

Last PickStart a revolution It’s time for the kids last picked to step into the gameIn this first volume of Jason Walz's dystopian graphic novel trilogy the kids last picked are humanity's last hope It's always hard to rate the first book in an obvious series because you never know if future volumes are going to live up to the first one Let's just say I've been burned beforeWith that said this graphic novel sets up an interesting scenario and some compelling characters I really like the ideas lurking beneath the surface here that what might appear on the surface to be liabilities might actually be strengths There's some good humor and action here and some really thought provoking scenes and character interactionsMy sincere hope is that Walz builds on his strengths and the rest of the series is as compelling as the first volume