Review: The Power of Six (Lorien Legacies #2) by Pittacus Lore

I read this earlier in the school year.

IF YOU HAVEN’T READ I AM NUMBER FOR YET, DO NOT READ THIS REVIEW!

For the I am Number Four review, go to:
I am Number Four review

Cover: Weird

Rating: PG

Thumbs Up: 4

Overall: Ok

Characters: Epic

Plot: Interesting

Page Turner: Kind of

Series Cont: Yes

Recommend: Sure

Book Boyfriend: None

My review for Power of Six:
I give the Power of Six 4 stars. The story picks up right after Four, Sam, Bernie Kosar, and Six escape from a really life threatening battle of Mogadorians. Four doesn’t have his Cepan, Henri, anymore so he is on his own with the others on the run. Four and Six have to learn their new abilities with each other. Four has these dreams, too, of a second ship coming from Lorien to Earth, but he isn’t sure if he is being wishful. Four wants to visit Sarah, but he’s not sure if she’ll turn him in. Will Four and Six learn their abillities on their own and survive? What does these dreams Four has really mean? Will Sarah turn Four in? Then there’s Marina in Spain. She’s number Seven and lives in a nunnery as a safe haven from Mogadorians. She wants to learn more about her ability, but her Cepan tries to prevent her. Marina/Seven tries to look up information on the computer about the other Lorien children and she’s pretty sure she found John Smith to be one of her, but he isn’t in Ohio anymore. Will she find Four and Six? Will she be able to get out of the nunnery and learn more about her ability?

This book is read in 2 different points of view: Marina/Seven and John/Four. It makes the book going by showing what happens in different continents.

For the Goodreads’ page, go to:
http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/8659601-the-power-of-six

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