The 100 Day 21 is published by Hodder & Stoughton.
In Kass Morgan’s Day 21, a sequel to The 100, she follows the story of the hundred who have landed on Earth. It’s been 21 days since their landing on Earth, they think they’re the only humans on Earth. They are wrong. The hundred are facing an unknown enemy. After the tragic attack in The 100 Wells tries to keep the group together, Clarke tries to search for the colonists and Bellamy is determined to locate his sister. On the ship, Glass has to make a choice between love of her life and life itself. This is story about the struggle to survive (Hodder & Stoughton).
If you’re looking for a story about resilience, strength, determination and survival this book is definitely for you. Although I would recommend you read The 100 before you read Day 21. I particularly liked how Kass Morgan’s uses different narrators. It works well and tells the story from different characters perspectives. I really enjoyed the way she explores the relationship between Bellamy and Clarke, Luke and Glass and Bellamy and Wells. [SPOILER] I was surprised about to learn that Bellamy and Wells are half brothers.
The story has left me craving me for more and curious about whether or not the rest of the Colony will survive the dropship landing and if they survive how will they react when they find out about the Earthborns?
If you’re familiar with the TV series also called The 100 (shown on E4 in the UK) and you’re expecting the books to be similar I’ll just tell you this now, prepare to be delighted and surprised . The books are different from the TV series. If you’re a Bellarke fan, rooting for them for the past four seasons then you’ll be extremely happy with this book. It’s definitely a wish come true for all you Bellarke fans. The books also feature different characters that haven’t been included in the TV series which is very interesting. Kass Morgan’s Day 21 has managed to keep me engaged, throughout the entire book I was engrossed in the story, I’m invested in the characters and their future, I’m craving to know more about their journey.