Inferno

Inferno

Book - 2013 | First Edition.
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Nick finds himself unable to trust anyone but the being he has been warned will ultimately kill him, a situation that is complicated by his efforts to control his abilities and a sacrifice that he must make to defeat an ancient force.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Griffin, 2013.
Edition: First Edition.
Copyright Date: ©2013
ISBN: 9781250002839
1250002834
Branch Call Number: TEEN KENYON
Characteristics: ix, 451 pages ; 22 cm

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There will be a fifth book. the cover is grey but i forget the name

EvnaF Aug 10, 2014

That ending man.... a bit disappointing.

allawiseman Nov 10, 2013

Great book!!!

ILIKEHER Oct 04, 2013

this book was really good but the ending was not good

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c52
Jul 06, 2013

Good question not sure

IsAbelL164976 Jul 04, 2013

Is their a fifth book?

melissarod22068 May 18, 2013

DISAPPOINTED BY THE WAY IT ENDED.....WILL BE HAPPY TO SEE A PART FIVE BUT IF NOT..SO DID NOT LIKE THE WAY IT ENDED. SEEMS LIKE A COPE OUT.

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kaniesha
Apr 27, 2013

This one didn't quite do it for me like the previous three. I was really confused at first but then it got better and... the ending is really anti-climactic. What in the world is with that epilogue too? But it's still a great set of books for younger teenagers because of the messages that Kenyon is trying to relay. I've learned a lot from reading the books myself.

bookfanatic1979 Apr 26, 2013

Ok, I understand that adolescence is a tough time. Teenagers have serious self-esteem issues and need all the encouragement they can get. I think it’s great that Kenyon is trying so hard to include a reassuring, positive tone to counteract the usual teenage angst. But not being a teenager or having self esteem problems (lucky me), I got a little tired of Kenyon’s constant pep talks via several different characters.

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green_cheetah_552
Jul 21, 2014

green_cheetah_552 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 13 and 27

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EvnaF Aug 10, 2014

"Hey now," Nick said, holding his hands up in defense of himself, "it was not my fault. I was minding my own business when that trash can went suicidal, came out of nowhere, and jumped in front of the car."

"It was on the curb, Nick," Ash said drily. "Along with a number of screaming pedestrians, running for their lives."

"That's your story. I'm sticking to mine.... And there ought to be a law about homicidal trash cans, and fines for the people who put them on the street. They're really dangerous....Just saying."

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