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A thrilling action/suspense novel for fans of The Fifth Wave about contemporary teens pulled in and out of an alternate reality where battling aliens is more than a game—it's life and death.

Miki’s life is falling apart around her. Her dad and best friend are lying in the hospital. The Game is glitching, making missions more frequent and more deadly. And someone close to he
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Hardcover, 368 pages
Published June 9th 2015 by Katherine Tegen Books
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Sarah
(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.)

“Death’s a form of evolution, isn’t it?”



This was an action-packed story, with some interesting answers.

Miki was a strong character in this story, and she was obviously upset over her father and Carly having been in such a bad accident. She held it together though, both in real life, and in the game, and even held up against mental assault by the Drau.

“We need to do this,
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Pinky
Nov 29, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: books-i-own
I can't believe I finished this series, it was just too good to be true. I am happy with how it ended and I highly recommend this series. You wont stop reading until the very end and trust me, you will love the characters.

If you haven't heard of the series, it's about a girl named Miki who sacrifices herself to save a girl who is about to get hit by a truck. When this happens, she gets hurt and closes her eyes, but after she wakes up, she has no bruises and she isn't hurt anymore. Miki is dra
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Maja (The Nocturnal Library)
3.5 stars
I’ve been oddly fond of this trilogy from the very start. It was one of those strange situations when you can see the flaws in something quite clearly, and yet they do nothing to diminish your enjoyment or affection. Something about Silver’s story just clicked with me, and while I admit that it’s time, it saddens me to say goodbye.

Unexpectedly, Crash was an emotion-oriented novel. Based on the previous two books, I expected it to have much more action and suspense. But really, this boo
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Danielle (Love at First Page)
The Game trilogy by Eve Silver is the perfect type to binge read. We are given a fascinating concept, a fast and perfectly paced plot, a swoony new book boyfriend, and a romance that made my heart race. I didn't really know what to expect going into this series - except that it's completely triangle free - but Eve Silver definitely has a new fan. I read these books so quickly, dying to know what would happen next and to spend more time with Miki and Jackson.

Rush, the first book in the trilogy,
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Alyssa
Jun 10, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2015-releases
***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***

Crash by Eve Silver
Book Three of the Game series
Publisher: Katherine Tegan Books
Publication Date: June 9, 2015
Rating: 4 stars
Source: ARC sent by the publisher

Summary (from Goodreads):

A thrilling action/suspense novel for fans of The Fifth Wave about contemporary teens pulled in and out of an alternate reality where battling aliens is more than a game—it's life and death.

Miki’s life is falling apart around her. Her dad and best friend are lying in th
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Tina ♥ Bookaholic
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Meine Gedanken zum Buch:
Mögliche Spoiler für alle, die Teil 1und 2 noch nicht gelesen haben!
Erneut geht eine Reihe für mich zu Ende, die ich mit Skepsis begonnen, die mich aber bald von sich überzeugen und schließlich verzaubern konnte. Hier im dritten Teil beginnt es direkt nach dem zweiten, nachdem Mikis Vater und ihre beste Freundin den Autounfall hatten. Erneut wird ihr Leben vom möglichen Tod geliebter Menschen überschattet, doch der Unterschied zu fr
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Ashley
Rating: 3/5
***Minor spoilers, spoilers for book 1 & 2***

Miki and Jackson must return to the Game as if everything is alright. This is even harder for Miki, since her father and best friend are in the hospital, and she has so much knowledge she has to keep a secret if she doesn't want dire consequences from the Committee. However, on the first mission of the novel, things are pretty glitchy. There are times when everyone feels as if they're trying to walk through a wall of water, and times wh
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Gabrielle
Sep 11, 2013 rated it liked it
i was kind of disappointed while i really enjoyed this it had some flaws that stopped me from loving it as much as its predecessors. Miki in the beginning annoyed me i hate how long it took her to tell jackson things and how she never asked the right questions. i hated how the whole series we were building up to this huge reveal about why we have the games and the reason was so underwhelming and not what i expected i felt like it was a crap reason and left me really disappointed. I liked how fas ...more
Shelley
**I received this book for free from (Katherine Tegen Books) via (Edelweiss) in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.**

*Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction
*Rating* 3.0

*My Thoughts*

Crash is an appropriate title for the last book in The Game Trilogy. The story itself picks up right where Push left off, and pushes ahead like a tidal wave rushing to shore without restraint. There are so many interesting secrets revealed, that you hav
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Emily (Falling for YA)
The Game series by Eve Silver has been my guilty pleasure. It features aliens and video games, two things I don’t usually enjoy, but for some reason I have loved this series. The first two books were edge of your seat thrill rides and I went in to Crash expecting a grand finale. While I did enjoy this novel it wasn’t the epic finale I was hoping for and the conclusion to this trilogy left me feeling underwhelmed.

Crash picks up rwhere Push left off. Miki’s father and best friend are in the hospi
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Stacee
Feb 13, 2015 rated it really liked it
After the ending of Push, I was super eager to see how it was all going to end.

Miki and Jackson are still epic badasses. They're adorable when they're not fighting and I loved all of their sweet, swoony scenes. I still wish we could have gotten a bit of Jackson POV, but Miki knows him so well, it's almost like we do.

This story did have a bit of a slow start, but once the action begins and the answers get peeled back, it's delicious. I loved the reason everything was happening; it wasn't too fa
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Tamara
May 23, 2015 rated it liked it
Review to come.
Erika
Jun 24, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Reread August 2016: Jackson Tate continues to hold the world record for fastest character to melt my heart consistently. All he has to do is breathe for my heart to start doing funny things. And when he speaks, or is in action? Might as well be having a heart attack.

Original review:

Words cannot--will not--describe my feelings for this book. I'm currently suffering from a book hangover, which includes a lot of wailing about the fact that my favourite series is over. The devastation. Is. Real.

Whe
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Daisa
Feb 22, 2015 rated it really liked it
Actual Rating: 3.75 stars

The final book in The Game trilogy wasn’t exactly a disappointment, but it wasn’t 100% satisfying either.

Crash picks up where Push left off. Miki and Jackson have just come back from a mission to find that her father and best friend Carly have been in a terrible accident. But her families life being on the precipice doesn’t stop the committee from pulling Miki and her team into the game against the Drau to save mankind. Its on these missions and through quick and intens
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Amber (The Book Bratz)
The full review can be found at The Book Bratz!


I was terrified how this trilogy was going to end, it was unpredictable, fast paced and could go in any direction. I thought it was all wrapped up nicely leaving the reader with a clear picture of what is going to happen long after you've read the last page. Eve didn't fail to deliver in the conclusion of The Game trilogy, giving her readers an awesome mix of action, suspense, and romance.

Miki had it together in this book, though with the events t
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Olivia (The Candid Cover)
The highly anticipated conclusion to the Game series by Eve Silver has finally been released! It definitely does not disappoint. This book has an amazing balance between contemporary and sci-fi. Crash is so fast-paced and is the perfect ending to the series.

The Game series is a perfect mix between sci-fi and contemporary! I love how the setting of all three books takes place during the characters’ normal lives and another part in a sci-fi alien-fighting real-life video game. Eve Silver has creat
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Farrah
Feb 06, 2015 rated it it was amazing
A thrilling conclusion to the series, Crash was a fantastic YA read. It upped the stakes, revealed many more secrets, and completed the series with a great ending. I really liked it and I thought it was a top-notch read.

Miki was at the top of her game in this book. Even with the mix of trouble in the Game and tragedy in the real world, she kept it together as best she could and still managed to kick ass. As in the previous books, I think she's awesome.

Jackson was just as badass as Miki was. He w
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Amber at Fall Into Books
Crash is a fantastic ending to this trilogy. It's fast paced and full of action and adventure. The characters grow even more, and the ending itself is satisfying. The romance is sweet, and there are a lot of plot twists. I've been a fan of this trilogy from the beginning because of its unique premise, and Silver finishes the series as strongly as she started it.

Miki is a great narrator and a completely relatable character. She is flawed and battles with depression and anxiety, which I love. She
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Louisa
Dec 31, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Really enjoyed how this book ended the series, with the Committee, and with Lizzie, and everything there, it was a pretty fantastic ending, and they won, so yeah, that was fantastic! Hope Eve Silver writes more YA books!
Zoey River
Jun 13, 2014 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book. I can't get enough of this gripping writing-style.
Though this book wasn't as thrilling as Rush and Push. I think the reason is mainly because the first half of the book was… how to put it… not slow or boring but compared to Rush and Push… nothing much happened in the first half. It was mostly focused on Miki and Jackson being in the hospital and Miki trying to navigate between her panic and depression, can't stop worrying and thinking about her dad and Carly.
While I u
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Kitty Montamer
Feb 29, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: new-2016, 5, read-2016
Achtung! Teil Drei der Trilogie!

Was habe ich mich auf diesen letzten Band der "Das Spiel-Reihe" gefreut. Von Anfang an habe ich Miki begleitet und war natürlich dementsprechend neugierig, wie diese Trilogie ihr Ende finden würde. Ich habe ehrlich gesagt absolut keine Ahnung gehabt. Keinerlei Idee, wie man die Spielewelt, die Gegner und die Realität hätte miteinander kombinieren, oder in irgendeiner Art und Weise aufklären können, wie es überhaupt dazu kommen konnte. Umso eifriger verfolgte ich d
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Alexa
Sep 08, 2013 rated it liked it
It had its moments, both the good and the bad. Sometimes I thought Eve Silver had no fucking clue what she was talking about, but all in all, I thought it was a solid conclusion.

To be honest, the finale was kind of a let down, because it wasn't quite the epic, huge-scale and tense touchdown that Silver meant to create (I think), and was over pretty quickly, too. Still, I liked how the rest of the novel was still interesting almost the whole time and how our main duo had to figure things out on
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Haley
Jun 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Crash is the finale to The Game Trilogy. What started in Rush, continued in Push, now end in Crash. Everything crashes together. Miki, Jackson and their team are pulled into the game once again. Things are acting strange inside the game. Lagging and pixilation and things happening out of order. Once again Miki meets with Lizzie, Jackson supposedly dead older sister. She was caught in the game when she died. Lizzie says the game isn’t what it seems. That the Committee are not who they say they ar ...more
Kt
Jan 29, 2015 rated it really liked it
Review originally posted on my blog: A Book Obsession..

This was an interesting end to the trilogy. The first two books were incredibly action packed, yet this one was much more on the emotional side which really surprised me. Don't get me wrong, it's not like there wasn't emotion in the first two books, but it definitely took a back seat to the nonstop action. This time around while I wouldn't exactly say things slowed down, the focus definitely switched. We got to see a lot deeper into Miki's h
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Rebecca
Jul 31, 2014 rated it it was amazing
My Thoughts:
The Cover: I have loved every cover in this trilogy. In a way they are plain, but artistic and to me they have come to symbolize adventure, bravery, and the excitement of young love.

The Plot:  Can a plot get any better if it already has everything that makes it perfect? Crash is one of those stories that just flows so well, that is just so explosive. I loved every moment of Crash, of the entire series really. It has everything I love in a good book, adventure, drama, action, games,
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Once Upon a Twilight
May 20, 2015 rated it really liked it
If you think the first two books of this series are full of actions, wait until you read Crash. The final conclusion to this trilogy is beyond thrilling. Many secrets are revealed, the game is changed and what can I say, more swooning over Jackson! Crash is the perfect ending to The Game series. I seriously enjoyed this one the most.

Fear not, Crash is fast paced. Miki is as amazing as always, yet a little bit more of a badass than ever. If you read the first two books, then you know the second b
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Andrea
I am honestly so sad that this is over, yet I'm also relieved. Sad because I loved every second of this trilogy. Real answers were given, and not everything was as it seemed. It was phenomenal. (view spoiler) I'm not ready to part with these characters yet. However, I am also glad that it is the end. Miki and Ja ...more
Cara
Apr 14, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This final installment of The Game series was everything I hoped for and more. I can’t imagine the amount research that went into writing this book. Each character has developed so much from the first book. One of the things I loved the most about this was it provides an understanding of multiple mental health issues. It went in depth with how a person with depression feels and what they have to do just to perform daily tasks. I found this really fascinating, and I feel like I can better underst ...more
Emily
Jan 11, 2015 rated it it was amazing
The Rush series really is one of my new favourites. I picked up the first book on a whim after hearing a breif synopsis and haven't stopped since.
5/5 stars goes to CRASH. Even though there were a couple of points where the plot kinda stopped a little, I don't think any ending to a series can be perfect - so I loved this one despite its flaws.

Props to Eve Silver to writing a series with a huge set of diverse characters; including a main character who isn't Caucasian. And of course, bringing in a
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Carolien
Jun 14, 2013 rated it liked it
Oh what a difficult one to review...I've loved this serie immensely and this final book had some surprising answers. Not to mention the intensity and connection between Miki and Jackson, so well done.
But...it took me ages to finish it, I skipped parts and I could put it down for days. Not sure why but somehow it dragged.

I'd still recommend this YA paranormal/fantasy/romance serie as I enjoyed Miki's and Jackson's world so much. Highly original too!
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