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Fog [BOOKS] ✯ Fog Author Annelie Wendeberg – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Sixteen year old Micka is rumoured to be the key to humanity s survival But there s no time to care about hearsay when the Brothers and Sisters of the Apocalypse commence global genocide Micka s world Sixteen year old Micka is rumoured to be the key to humanity s survival But there s no time to care about hearsay when the Brothers and Sisters of the Apocalypse commence global genocide Micka s world is ruled by terror, her friends are dying All she can do is aim, fire, reloadWarning This book does not attempt to prettify war Do not buy if you abhor violence, intense language, and non explicit sex.


10 thoughts on “Fog

  1. Jason Jason says:

    3.5 Stars Fog 1 2986 2 is the second book in the dystopian series by Annelie Wendeberg 1 2986 as a tries to beor a less an adult version of the most popular young adult genre out today, and that is a dystopian piece of fiction On many levels Annelie Wendeberg, an author that I was unfamiliar with does a good job at making aadult themed start to her series Unfortunately, as the book progresses, she does fall into many of the same ruts that every other Hunger Games want to be fall 3.5 Stars Fog 1 2986 2 is the second book in the dystopian series by Annelie Wendeberg 1 2986 as a tries to beor a less an adult version of the most popular young adult genre out today, and that is a dystopian piece of fiction On many levels Annelie Wendeberg, an author that I was unfamiliar with does a good job at making aadult themed start to her series Unfortunately, as the book progresses, she does fall into many of the same ruts that every other Hunger Games want to be falls into That being said Wendeberg fleshes out a simply incredible young heroine named Micka who easily carries the story on her shoulders Compared to book one quite a bit of this book was a let down For a series that tries to beadult in nature and that tries to set itself apart from every other YA crapfest that is out today Fog seemed likeof the same Fog stumbles for much of this book and copies many of the clich s that dominate the YA market today I lost interest for the middle portion of the book and even wondered if I would push through I am glad that I did as the last 15 % of this book are the best of the series to date and left me wanting .Why should you read this series As I mentioned in review of book one, you should read this series for the main character and the back story.Wendeberg goes deep in her character development of our protagonist and in the end Micka is the reason to read this story and he series I loved her backstory I identified with much of her views on other people I understood why she felt that she was basically a moron Micka looks at life and at words through how she feels that they would taste and I freaking loved it I only wished for1 2986 also sets itself apart by giving us characters straight up and without any later revelation that so and so was actually movie star beautiful, a natural to compete in the UFC, and also by the way would fit right into the Mensa group.1 2986 works as a dystopian through carefully and thoughtfully written backstory I appreciated the science and the explanations to both the end of the world, but also the end of society Wendeberg does an above average job at making this seem plausible and real.After the non ending of book one, Fog has an awesome ending that is both brutal and also satisfying I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for an upgrade to the current YA over saturated garbage that lines the shelves of the book store Now the wait for the next installment I can easily recommend this series to fans of the genre


  2. Carolyn F. Carolyn F. says:

    I loved the first book but not this one The surveillance took forever I didn t understand the ending Was it really Cacho Why did the bad guy want to even the playing field Also, this book had a cliffhanger ending with nothing answered I m going to put off reading the next book in the series I ve just been reading a string of bad mediocre dystopian books lately.


  3. Donna Donna says:

    This author writes beautifully This is about a young girl living with her mother and stepfather who don t care about her and are abusive Her stepfather carved DIE on her back yeah, it is pretty gritty She is visited by a Sequencer who wants to take her on as an apprentice Very very rare is a woman taken on as an apprentice to a Sequencer Very rarely do they survive A very unique interesting dystopian tale I love it and want to readfrom this author On to Book 3 ICE.Just completed This author writes beautifully This is about a young girl living with her mother and stepfather who don t care about her and are abusive Her stepfather carved DIE on her back yeah, it is pretty gritty She is visited by a Sequencer who wants to take her on as an apprentice Very very rare is a woman taken on as an apprentice to a Sequencer Very rarely do they survive A very unique interesting dystopian tale I love it and want to readfrom this author On to Book 3 ICE.Just completed a reread They were on Kindle Unlimited when I read them the first time This time I have to buy them But they are worth every cent


  4. Demelza Carlton Demelza Carlton says:

    This book is confronting, exploring what it means to be a child soldier in a time of war The descriptions of what happens in the BSA camps sounds very like the atrocities reported in the recent civil war in Syriaand likely many conflicts throughout history It s not pretty and the author doesn t shy away from Micka s feelings as she learns to killand when humans become targets, their ghosts can still haunt her dreams While the BSA employs child soldiers, Micka s only 16 still a child i This book is confronting, exploring what it means to be a child soldier in a time of war The descriptions of what happens in the BSA camps sounds very like the atrocities reported in the recent civil war in Syriaand likely many conflicts throughout history It s not pretty and the author doesn t shy away from Micka s feelings as she learns to killand when humans become targets, their ghosts can still haunt her dreams While the BSA employs child soldiers, Micka s only 16 still a child in today s world, though very much an adult in her own An action filled sequel to the first book in the series that draws me inexorably to the next book Five stars


  5. Sabrina Flynn Sabrina Flynn says:

    Always an Unpredictable RideFog is a worthy sequel to a gripping tale that features a unique protagonist One of the things that I love about A Wendeberg s books is that you just never know where she is going to take a story, so I read this sequel to 1 2986 with the question What will happen next in the back of my mind the entire time And when I came to the end, that question stayed with me I can t wait to find out what happens to Mika and Runner next


  6. Kim Kim says:

    Micka is one tough girl Not sure if her last move was the best one Either very brave or incredibly stupid maybe both The wait for the next book is going to be painful.


  7. Douglas Owen Douglas Owen says:

    Fog is Foggy in the EndFog is foggy in the end Yes, I said it But it does not take away form the read It is still a recommended series, but I ll be dropping it from here.My reasons are simple As soon as a piece of work crosses a line I cannot believe or acknowledge for a character, they lose me In this book, the end is where it happened.Throughout the series I wondered about the format of the number It is explained, to an extent, the number 2986 represents the number of humans left on Eart Fog is Foggy in the EndFog is foggy in the end Yes, I said it But it does not take away form the read It is still a recommended series, but I ll be dropping it from here.My reasons are simple As soon as a piece of work crosses a line I cannot believe or acknowledge for a character, they lose me In this book, the end is where it happened.Throughout the series I wondered about the format of the number It is explained, to an extent, the number 2986 represents the number of humans left on Earth But it doesn t add up.When I think back to the beginning of the series I can guess at how many people are in the small village Micka is from Then I work forward from the first book to the end of this one and realize that number must be wrong After using a little common sense and the idea that small tribes of people are everywhere, and then factor in the other towns, I come up with a larger figure In order for the world to work they would have closer to or over several hundred thousand I say this for one of the small cities they visited in the first book must have been over ten thousand in population.It still does not take away from the story The growth of the main character is noticeable as she completes her training The reason for her being there is straight forward and believable What happens to destroy it is the final outcome at the end of the book Things ingrained in the story are flipped around a little and Micka is no longer following her basic character trait She is different And it throws me Off to another series now


  8. Tonya Love Tonya Love says:

    More More More This second book is justof everything from the first book More intense,action packed scenarios It s just as fast paced and equally thrilling Looking very much forward to reading the last installment Don t hesitate to jump into this series, you won t regret it.


  9. A L A L says:

    Wild rideI think this is the best dystopian series I ve read Not immediately after the end of the world , some parts of society are functioning, and some technology.survives Main characters are strongly written, and continue to develop as the story unfolds Main character Micka is unique, in the best way Looking forward to the next two books.


  10. Tina Hsu Tina Hsu says:

    This book picks up right after 1 2986, with Micka training to be a sniper and Sequencer At least the first third of the book is training It goes a bit slow, and then seems to pick up when they get to Taiwan, but then it s a never ending battle that can be somewhat tedious at times Still, I m looking forward to the next book, Ice, and the conclusion of the story.


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