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(The 100 #3)

3.71  ·  Rating details ·  20,971 ratings  ·  1,583 reviews
Weeks after landing on Earth, the Hundred have managed to create a sense of order amidst their wild, chaotic surroundings. But their delicate balance comes crashing down with the arrival of new dropships from space.

These new arrivals are the lucky ones—back on the Colony, the oxygen is almost gone—but after making it safely to Earth, GLASS’s luck seems to be running out. C
Paperback, 345 pages
Published February 24th 2015 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
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Nov 15, 2014 marked it as to-read-asap
I don't understand why the covers are now from the tv show. I mean, Finn isn't even in the book. (I think the guy from the right is Finn.) ...more
Tammi Moran
Mar 26, 2015 rated it it was ok
I honestly don't know why I continue to read these books. It's not that Kass Morgan is a bad writer. She's not. It just doesn't make sense to have books and a TV series that have the same premise, setting, and almost all the same characters, but such wildly diverging plots. I'm typically a book snob; this is likely the only time I've preferred a screen adaptation to the books, but really, the shows aren't based on the books. If I'm not mistaken, they started with an idea for this story, and the ...more
"I was broken, and you put me back together." "You weren’t broken.You were the strongest, most beautiful girl I’d ever seen. I still can’t figure out what I did to get so lucky."

"I want to spend eons with you,Clarke Griffin." "Glad to hear it,because there’s no going back now.We’re here for good."


Another amazing,heart-breaking book by Kass Morgan. ♥ PERFECT EMOTIONAL BRILLIANT BOOKKKK ♥
Dec 26, 2016 rated it really liked it
Bellamy and Clarke my cute babies I'm so happy how things turned out and how it finished this series. I'll write a review soon but it was amazing! ...more
I read this just a couple days after it came out in February, but never got around to writing a review—if I don’t do it now, I never will, so time to bite the bullet and possibly risk the ire of more fans!

Note: Lots and lots of spoilers in my general discussion below; I've only spoiler-marked the quotes themselves.

- Bellamy’s characterisation, and Clarke & Bellamy’s relationship. I actually genuinely really like this!! Bellamy is tough and relatively sensible, and they support each othe
2.5 stars.

All around lay the broken bodies of the dead. People with the ghosts of heart-wrenching good-byes still on their lips, people who'd never even gotten a glimpse of the blue sky they'd sacrificed everything to see. They would've been better off staying behind, taking their last breaths surrounded by their friends and families instead of being left here, all alone.

Okay, anyone who knows me knows I am in love with The 100. Right now it's one of my favourite shows and really the only on
✨    jami   ✨
The most annoying thing about these books is that they actually do have heaps of potential
unfortunately, most of that potential is lost under a whole lot of meaningless STUFF which doesn't drive the story. God, it annoys me that these books good be really good and instead their okay at best.

→ CHARACTERS Okay. So there books have a host of characters, the main three being Clarke, Bellamy and Wells. All three of these characters are interesting enough - but they just don't really go that extra mi
- ̗̀meg ̖́-
Aug 06, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: books-i-own
I think that this one has been my favourite in the trilogy. It took me the longest to read, but I think that's because I didn't want the series to come to an end. I was slightly annoyed that there was basically nothing from Octavia, she was just a character used to emphasise Bellamy's protective characteristics. It was also pretty horrible to see things turn bad for Wells, after I thought he was going to have a happily ever after. I think that we got to see a lot more from Glass, which I was ini ...more
Samantha (ColdTeaAndCrumbs)
I thoroughly enjoyed this conclusion to the series. It was action packed from start to finish and my heart was racing when discovering the fate of the main characters. My favourite couple was always Bellamy and Clarke (Bellarke).
My favourite Bellarke quote:-
"I was broken, and you put me back together."
"You weren’t broken. You were the strongest, most beautiful girl I’d ever seen. I still can’t figure out what I did to get so lucky."

Kass Morgan's writing style is also as outstanding as ever:-
Donna {Book Passion For Life}
In Homecoming we see the arrivals of the lucky survivors from the Colony. Some people are happy to welcome more survivors but the arrival of Vice Chancellor causes dismay throughout the 100 survivors who have created a home which they happily keep control of. Bellamy soon finds himself imprisoned by the Vice Chancellor for his crimes. Clarke is determined to help Bellamy escape and try to find her parents. Wells tries to hold on to his position within the camp and Glass is happy to be on earth w ...more
Odette Brethouwer
Aug 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2016
What an amazing ending to a great series! This is such a great series, go read! I love that the beginning of the third book is the beginning of a new part of the story. It is not just connecting all the dots, it has its own plot, storyline and meaning.

Talked about meaning, this book has a lot of hidden messages because of the characterdevelopment in the books. At first, I dodn't liked the love stories that much, but on the other hand, when you are in a situation like that, of course you are look
2.5 stars

My least favorite out of the trilogy. It took me forever to get into and when I was finally into the story I just wanted it to be done.

Hopefully the show ends better than the books ended.
Nov 17, 2014 rated it really liked it
"Take care of each other."

I haven't been 100% sold on this series. It's stumbled a long to me and always been...just a little less than I'd wanted it to be but good enough.

THIS one was different. This story finally gave more. We got to see more than one or two dimensions to the characters and we got to have some really tough moments. There were a few moments that were frustrating but they were well done and understandable.

I'm thinking this is a conclusion to the series. It ends well and really l
Brittany Risko
Nov 19, 2018 rated it it was amazing
So.Freaking.Good. Seriously I wish I could give this book, this series a thousand stars. As the 100 are getting acclimated to life on earth; Meanwhile, the ship is running out of air. People panic and finally the drop ships make their way down to earth. Life on earth with the new arrivals is different, and something the 100 don't like so some of the 100 leave to live with the earth-born people. Obviously, wanting their prisoner back Rhodes sends his people to attack the bunker the earth borns ar ...more
Jun 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Such a great book. I was captivated by the get go! My emotions were constantly fluctuating throughout the novel. One minute I’m at peace then I’m crying another second then I’m frustrated and annoyed. Kass Morgan definitely designed a roller coaster when reading The 100. You savor every second and are so sad when the ride is over.
Jan 26, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: young-adult
That's it?

This is the end?

Where are some explanations? Where is detailed describtion of everything that's been fairly important but never properly said? Where is some good ending?

The only thing about this book and the whole book series is that Bellarke actually happens. And that's it.

The characters are immature and one dimensional. The plot is easy, predictable and cliché-ish. Nothing is explained and everything seems over the top.

Why did I read all three books if I only complain about them you
Sep 24, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Jan 19, 2015 rated it really liked it
Great conclusion. I truly hope this is the last book in the series. I love the endings everyone had but I wish the person that died didn't die. Wells has been through enough. But really genuinely love this series. ...more
Ashley Drumm
May 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kass-morgan
Eeekkkk!!!! Just one more book and then the series is done :( So not ready for this!! Highly recommend
Feb 15, 2015 rated it it was amazing
am I crying? yes
am I happy? yes
am I mess right now? yes

so to start this review, let's talk about how this book had a lot more action and heartbreaking scenes than the other ones, how this book managed me to make me cry and smile at the same time, how after everything each character have been through they managed to be happy, how they found a family on earth, with their friends, and the people they love.

now, getting into the book, first, the love, oh the beautiful heart
Emily (Obsessed Reader)
Apr 05, 2015 rated it really liked it
3.5 stars
Definitely my least favorite in the series, but I still enjoyed it...just not as much as the first two. For me, each book got a little less enjoyable. Some things just became repetitive and overall tiring. I was annoyed more times with the things in this book than the other two.
With that said, I still liked it, and it was a good end to the series.
Mar 23, 2015 rated it did not like it
This book... wow.
I gave the first two books higher ratings mostly because I was enamoured with the novelty of seeing Bellamy and Clarke together for real. However, Kass Morgan consistently makes the same mistakes in her books and they seemed glaringly obvious in this third instalment.

Firstly, I hate how it's a tv tie-in cover, but that is the least of my issues.

One of my major pet peeves is that serious/major issues in the book are NEVER addressed. The background of the Ark and the Cataclysm
May 10, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: favourite
"Endings and beginnings are inseparable, like the moment before dawn and the moment after."

This series is consistently amazing and the final instalment was no exception!

The Hundred are finally settling in to life on earth when disaster strikes on the colony in space. Dropships are hastily sent down to earth and they crash land causing havoc for the young delinquents and killing dozens. The vice chancellor and his armed guards take over the running of the camp and demeans the children who
Mar 18, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: own
Not going to dwell too much on this series but here are some general thoughts:

It's okkkkaaaay - I never got invested in any of the characters really, and I was more interested in just seeing what would happen.

I found the instant love stuff incredibly stupid - it totally makes sense for wells who unconditionally loves Clarke to jeopardise the whole of the known human race to be with her but, oh, wait, as soon as he gets to earth he throws his obsession out the window to be with an earthborn girl
Sara⁷ ❀
Dec 20, 2014 rated it it was ok
Shelves: read-in-2015
I am kind of disappointed :/ I really thought it would be better.
Actual rating - 3.5/5 stars.

This book is good as well but not as good as "Day 21". "Day 21" had more tense scenes with a lot of unexpected plot twists so it was more interesting to read.
I grew to like Wells and even Glass more in this book. I liked how their characters had developed. I enjoyed reading the chapters from Clarke's and Bellamy's POV the most, but in this book, I even enjoyed reading from Wells' and Glass's perspectives.

Sure, this book series didn't have all those plot twists and
Jamie (TheRebelliousReader)
3 stars. My least favorite in the series but I did like how this wrapped up in the end. But now I’m not sure why there is a fourth book when this one feels nice and complete. I’m curious what Morgan has in mind for the next one but I hope that it’s better than this one. Though I will say that Bellamy and Clarke have stolen the show in this series. I started the series more interested in Glass and Luke but now I’m really only primarily in this for Bellamy and Clarke. I’m one book away from being ...more
Jul 13, 2018 rated it really liked it
Sooo good. I really didn’t believe in this series. But i was wrong. This book has alot of action and plot twist, and the characters are all so much more likeble. Also i can see why people thought this was the ending, there’s still alot to be answerded, i am so excited about the 4th and final book. Starting it tomorrow!

A FULL REVIEW TO COME (i have to write alot of reviews, im so behind sorryyyyy)
Feb 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
This was a really great sequel. I ended up enjoying my time reading it and am very eager and nervous for the finale--Kass Morgan is not afraid to kill off her characters. The reason this rating wasn't as high as the other two is because I wasn't hooked on the story for the first half of the novel and the overall pacing was slower in this one. However, I still had a blast reading it and would HIGHLY recommend this series. ...more
Sara XuHerondale
Apr 01, 2017 rated it liked it
It was okay, I liked it but not more than the previous two. I really didn't like some parts. What I really loved was seeing Glass being so strong and absolutely amazing! She and Wells were trough so much and they just keep going, and I love it! But I do hate that all of this happened to Wells. It's just cruel on my opinion. Now excuse me, I will be reading the 4th one the next hour ...more
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Kass Morgan studied literature at Brown and Oxford, and now resides in Brooklyn, where she lives in constant fear of her Ikea bookcase collapsing and burying her under a mound of science fiction and Victorian novels.

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The 100 (4 books)
  • The 100 (The 100, #1)
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“Bellamy took Clarke’s hand, then leaned in and whispered, “Should we go check on your parents?”
She turned to him and tilted her head to the side. “Don’t you think it’s a little early to be meeting my parents?” she teased. “After all, we’ve been dating less than a month.”
“A month in Earth time is like, ten years in space time, don’t you think?”
Clarke nodded. “You’re right. And I suppose that means that I can’t get mad at you if you decide to call it off after a few months, because that’s really a few decades.”
Bellamy wrapped his arm around her waist and drew her close. “I want to spend eons with you, Clarke Griffin.”
She rose onto her toes and kissed his cheek. “Glad to hear it, because there’s no going back now. We’re here for good.”
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