I knew it couldn’t have been as idyllic as it looked on the page, but a part of me ached for a return to that life, where everyone was a part of the whole and there weren’t men on ATVs hunting down the weak and different. A return to a world without Less Thans.
Two months have passed since Book, Cat, Hope, and the others rescued the remaining Less Thans, but no one is safe yet. The group must leave Liberty for good and escape the wolves, the Brown Shirts, and the Hunters. Most important, they need to stop Chancellor Maddox before she executes her Final Solution and grows even more powerful.
While the others are seeking freedom, for Hope the battle has become personal. She wants revenge, no matter what the cost.
Tom Isbell’s suspenseful postapocalyptic series comes to a thrilling conclusion as the group must risk everything in order to defeat their enemies.
“This riveting sequel to The Prey should definitely appeal to teen readers, reluctant or otherwise.”
VOYA on The Capture
Ariana Delawari is a musician, director, and actress. A graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts, she directed We Came Home, an award-winning documentary about her journeys to Afghanistan since 9/11, the making of her album “Lion of Panjshir,” and her family story. Delawari recently became the first female of Afghan descent to perform rock music live in Afghanistan in over thirty years. She is also a member of the LA Ladies Choir and was recently a speaker and performer at the inaugural TEDx Kabul. Delawari is currently putting the finishing touches on her second solo album.