A Million Suns

by Razorbill

A Million Suns
 
 
69 Reviews

3rd in Mysteries

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This book was okay, but nothing special. It was in an interesting setting and it had an interesting concept but the execution was quite poor and I didn't like it.

Actual rating: 3.5 stars I've been really eager to read A Million Suns for a while now. I'm a Sci-Fi geek and I'm not afraid to admit that. (Hear that, Kennedy?! I'm owning that!) So I think, in a way, I am prone to getting swept away with this series. And just as with Across the Universe, I was i...

It's been a while since I finished Across the Universe and gave it a mostly positive review. Since then, I have changed a lot, read many more books, and my expectations and standards have become higher. As more and more time has been put between my finishing Across the Universe and starting A Mi...

3.5 stars **Note: Review contains spoilers for Across the Universe** If you’ve read Across the Universe, you’ll be familiar with its intense and chilling first chapter – a powerful piece of writing that opened this YA sci-fi trilogy with a bang. While I enjoyed Across the Universe, for me, that cla...

OH...MY...GOSH. This book...you guys... I am over the top excited to be able to review this book. I had no idea it would be heading to me in the mail, and when I got a package from Razorbill, I made myself SWEAR not to get too excited as I opened up the envelope. But there it was. A shiny, brand...

Whew…. this book is so good! SO GOOD people! Now this is a second in a series, so I’m not going to get into much of the details of the story. Basically it’s a story about a girl and a boy and they are living on a humungous space ship. Oh, and the girl, Amy…. was FROZEN and she was woken up, er th...

Oh FREX that was amazing! I just love the way they say frex throughout the book! Elder has been trying so hard to lead the ship. The people are off phydus and finally know the truth. They are rebelling, not working, suicidal, and fighting him every decision he makes. They are learning about war an...

4.5 stars From the very first chapter of Across The Universe, I was hooked, and months later I was still haunted by the gorgeous writing, eerie stillness and quiet menace onboard Godspeed. So to say I had high expectations for A Million Suns would be a tiny bit of an understatement. As if I expect...

A year ago i had the pleasure of reading Across The Universe by Beth Revis wich was an excellent read and was thrilled to find the new one. Following on from were we left of with the spaceship Godspeed's population no longer having there minds altered by the drug Phydus. People left now to there...

A Million Suns is the sequel to Across the Universe, and the second book in a 3 part series. The story in AMS starts off close to where AtU let off, with Elder stepping into his new role as leader of Godspeed while Amy still has to come to terms with how she may never live to see her parents unpl...

update August 2012: deutsche rezi hier: Beth Revis – Godspeed: Die Suche 4.5 stars to be exact the time has come. today i will put a million suns on my "in love with" shelf ^^ yeah, i love this book so frakking frexing much. it's even better than Across the Universe, but still i had to subtract a m...

Quick Reaction: THIS BOOK WAS SO. FREXIN'. GOOD. I can't even- Goodness, this book, I- I mean, I- Well, I- The thing is, this- I CAN'T DO THIS. THIS IS TOO HARD. I LOVE THIS BOOK SO MUCH I WANT TO HUG THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE RIGHT NOW. I CANNOT TALK COHERENTLY. A masterpiece. There. Starred Review Actual, fu...

Finally finished it! I stayed up until 4 in the morning just so I could reach the ending of A million Suns. It was so good! Definitely not a disappointment, as I was worried it might be, since its hard to top across the universe. But a million suns definitely pulled through! I love how there's st...

If "A Million Suns" were told from the perspective of any other person on board of the spaceship, Elder would be the villain of the story. And how interesting is that? It makes you wonder about all the other villains in dystopian novels- what if they're just trying to make things better? What if t...

Final rating: ★★★★/★★★★ This one is a beautiful sequel to Across the Universe. I loved it, but not as much as i loved the first book. I was surprised with some events and i am glad the mystery about the ship position is revealed, and more. I loved: (MAJOR SPOILERS) 1. The difficulties and choice...

Ηταν εκπληκτικο, ειχα θεωρησει εκπληκτικο το πρωτο αλλα οταν διαβασα το "Ένα Εκατομμύριο Ήλιοι" συνειδητοποιησα ποσο καλυτερη μπορει να γινει η τριλογια, εχει μπει στις τρεις αγαπημενες μου σειρες ηδη, χωρις καν να εχω διαβασει το τριτο! Ωχ ανυπομονω να το βρω!

*This review contains spoilers. Deal with it.* I last read Across the Universe way back in March, but I only liked it. Not full-blown, hysterically or insanely in love with it. But, however, I am indeed full-blown, hysterically AND insanely in love with A Million Suns. The last time we saw Elder,...

In the spacecraft Godspeed there are many secrets that will destroy carefully crafted assumptions of its inhabitants. Amy and Elder are going to try to understand and solve all that is left after book one: Orion's betrayal, Eldest secrets, Elder's final revelation to Amy of her cryogenic unfree...

I loved Across the Universe by Beth Revis and love Beth Revis just as much. In case you have not read Across the Universe, you have about two weeks to do so and I highly recommend that you do! A lot of people that I know were a bit hesitant to pick up a book that seemingly zaps us into a sci-fi w...

A Million Suns is the sequel to Across the Universe (my review). Sequels are the worst to try to review. It's nearly impossible to write anything that doesn't contain a spoiler for those who have not read the first book in the series. For those who have read book one all you really want to know i...

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