Have you ever wanted to read a book about nanotechnology? Well neither have I until I read Bzrk Reloaded. This book is the second book in the Bzrk series by Michael Grant. It is an amazing book that talks about a group of people that are trying to save the world from being taken over by nanobots. If you have not guessed already this book would be considered a science fiction.
Michael Grant grew up in a military family and was always on the move. He went ten different schools in five different states and three different schools in France while growing. He loves to travel and his dream is to circumnavigate the world. He currently lives in Marin County, California. He is married to Katherine Applegate and has two kids, (Bzrk).
I think that overall the book was an amazing book. It drew me in the entire time and I could not put it down because of that. If any part started to get boring something insane would happen to make it interesting. For example in one part of the book it starts to get a little bit slow because it just talks about search methods a group of Bzrk members were using. Then suddenly a fake swat team busts into the house and kills everyone inside besides one child who ends killing almost all of the fake swat team. Another example was that a girl was sitting on the beach counting and kept counting for a while. Then suddenly she gets kidnapped and brought aboard a ship that is full of crazy people. Those are just some the things that happen throughout the book that keep interested on every page.
I’d like to know whether not they are going to try and fix Alex cotton, who is Noah’s brother, like they fixed Vincent. Vincent had gone insane because he had lost his biots. Sadie fixes Vincent by ...
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...t we need to careful who can have modern technology because there really are a lot of crazy people out in the world. I would also say it reflects that younger kids like to play video games instead going outside. Finally, it reflects that sex is not really a big deal.
This was a great book and I would definitely recommend it to anyone, but I would suggest that you read Bzrk first. I loved every part of this book for many reasons and I have nothing bad to say about the book as a whole. It is extremely intriguing to read, but can be a little gruesome at some points. I also think it was relatively easy book to read and to keep track of what is going on throughout the story. I hope you decide to read it someday.
Grant, Michael. BZRK. New York: Egmont USA, 2012. Print.
Grant, Michael. BZRK Reloaded. New York, NY: Egmont USA, 2013. Print.
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