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Run (Subject Seven #2)

3.85  ·  Rating Details ·  193 Ratings  ·  15 Reviews
In this sexy, action-packed follow-up to Subject Seven, the Failures are on the road and heading toward Evelyn Hope. According to Joe Bronx, Evelyn is the only one with the answers that can save them.

Meanwhile, the Successes are preparing for attack. And this time, they won't stop until they annihilate the Failures. But the Failures have another enemy: themselves. They'r
Paperback, 320 pages
Published January 5th 2012 by Razorbill
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Even better than the first of the Subject Seven Series, RUN (book #2) is an awesome continuation of the story that has all the action and no need for the set-up and back-story; that although necessary, some readers had felt slowed book one down a bit. Mr. Moore continues RUN in the successful style of the original; switching between characters point of view with each short chapter change, allowing the reader to understand and relate to each character individually. And with all the gang back, Hun ...more
Oct 06, 2012 Kris rated it really liked it
This book was really good. I think it was better then the first book. By the way it ends it seems like there will be a third book and I will most likely read that too. I enjoyed this book.
Reign Warner [He is The Last Word]
An insane, but, incessantly remarkable conclusion to the course of this Jekyll-Hyde-type-of-context duology. Though, I wished I could give a 4.5 stars for the overall rating of this book if it wasn't because of the lower order of concerns (spacing, grammar, punctuation usage, etc.) that somehow resurfaced at many times with reading it.

But, since, a head start upon the book hooked me up with an average approval of being such a bad dose of badassery. I surely enjoyed the violent disposition of Sev
Yahveth E.
The title of the novel is called Run. The author who wrote the story is James A. Moore. The book was published in January 2012. The genre of this novel is Teen fiction. James A. Moore has been nominated twice for the Bram Stoker Award. The story has 309 pages long. The story takes about 50 minutes to read a book. The main character of the story is Cody Laurel and the supporting characters are Hunter Harrison, Kyrie Merriwether, Gene Rothstein, Joe Bronx, Evelyn Hope, and Tina Carlotti. The story ...more
Think I'd give this more of a four and a half. All the action and excitement that's lacking in the first book, it more than makes up for in this book. I'm kinda torn between the characters, and I kinda like it, how the story keeps my guessing at every turn. Loved it, and there'd better be a third book to this xD And did I mention how much I love the covers to these books??

Full review coming soon.
Feb 11, 2012 Rachel rated it liked it
Shelves: sci-fi, ya-novels
The Failures have a plan (sort of). They also have a few problems.
Tensions are rising within the group. They still aren't clear on what's going on. The place they're headed toward may or may not be a trap. And there's a second team following them and trying to bring them in. This second team is everything the Failures are--but better trained, better armed, and just as lethal.
Jun 03, 2012 Bobbi rated it it was amazing
Shelves: loved
I liked Subject Seven I loved RUN! I wasn't expecting it to be any better then Subject Seven but it was. I kinda don't like Joe to much, but I definitely will read the third book if there is one which I hope there will be. It had some unexpected surprises in it that I loved.
Aug 09, 2012 Lydia rated it liked it
It was ok, though I wish it was just a two book series. I sort of wished that this book ended it and everything got resolved. Just one of those books where it doesn't really need to continue on. Oh well, that's just my opinion.
Jennifer Berry
Jun 27, 2013 Jennifer Berry rated it really liked it
Much more action than the first book in the series, as each of the characters develop into their others.
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Sep 15, 2013 Campbell Scollo rated it really liked it
Run was a pretty good book it gives enough information that you aren't flipping back to the first book to figure out what's going and the characters developed more
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James A. Moore is the award winning author of over forty novels, thrillers, dark fantasy and horror alike, including the critically acclaimed Fireworks, Under The Overtree, Blood Red, the Serenity Falls trilogy (featuring his recurring anti-hero, Jonathan Crowley) and his most recent novels, seven Forges, The Blasted Lands, City of Wonders , The Silent Army and the forthcoming The Last Sacrifice ( ...more
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