Quarantine: The Saints (Book Two) review by iamabo...
Quarantine #2: The Saints
by Lex Thomas
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure

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Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - Los Angeles, CA, United States
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When McKinley High suddenly outbursts with a virus that is deadly to all adults in the school, the whole campus was on military lockdown. In the second installment of the Quarantine series, it follows Will and Lucy as the main characters. When the doors finally open, a new group of teens arrives and gains a significant amount of popularity. Will and Lucy join new gangs? Then the world inside McKinley High changes dramatically, making it harder to survive. Will and Lucy fight even harder to live?

Opinion: 

This book was really good and was a great sequel to The Loners. I really like how Lex Thomas made me feel like I was watching a movie when I read this book. It was fast paced and fun, and I loved the main characters, Lucy and Will. Lex Thomas did a really good job on the new characters that were added to this book. There were a lot of character developments, and the plot line was just mesmerizing! A few things I didn't like was the way the author made Lucy kind of weak compared to the other characters, but I loved her nonetheless. Overall, it was a great, thrilling read, and I would recommend it if you love horror or thrillers.

Rating:
4
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

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It has some graphic scenes that are kind of gross and some scenes are violent.
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