a Gone novel
Good and evil
Good and evil
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The kids of Perdido Beach have been living life with the adults gone for months now! They have encountered Hunger, Lies, and Plague and now Fear. All fans of the Gone Series can tell you that all readers will be unable to avoid involuntarily gasping, shuddering or flinching as each book become more suspense filled. The tension starts at the beginning and does not stop until the end. Fear becomes unavoidable for everyone at this stage in their life! When you thought you had to be scared of the kids with powers, Drake, the coyotes or even the Zekes, you definitely thought wrong! What can be worse than this though? Well, what would you say if the FAYZ was going to lose all source of light and become completely dark? Everyone has lost the fright for everything else and only has fear for complete darkness! Everyone, especially Sam, has a building panic inside themselves! It has now been a year since the kids of Perdido Beach have been living life without adults! However, these kids are determined to survive! Within the FAYZ life breaks down as the Darkness takes over, literally turning the FAYZ into a world of complete darkness! In darkness, the worst of fears emerge and the cruellest of intentions are carried out! But even in their darkest moments, they still take care of others and carry on their performances to ensure the safety and well-being of others. The will and desire of the kids to survive never die and never will.
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