The Worlds We Make: The Fallen World Trilogy by Megan CreweThe Worlds We Make: The Fallen World Trilogy by Megan Crewe

The Worlds We Make: The Fallen World Trilogy

byMegan Crewe

Hardcover | February 11, 2014

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When Kaelyn and her friends reached Toronto with a vaccine for the virus that has ravaged the population, they thought their journey was over-but hope has eluded them once again. Now there is a dangerous group of survivors intent on tracking them down and stealing the cure no matter the costs.

Forced onto the road again, Kaelyn redoubles her efforts to find a safe haven. But when the rest of her group starts to fall apart, the chances for her success grow slim. Kaelyn's resolve is strong, but is she willing to surrender everything in order to stay alive?

Riveting action and characters full of conviction and courage will captivate readers in this final installment in the Fallen World trilogy.
Megan Crewe(www.megancrewe.com) finds writing about herself much more difficult than making things up. A few definite facts: she lives in Toronto, Canada, with her husband and three cats (and does on occasion say "eh"); she tutors teens with special needs; and-thankfully-the worst virus she's caught so far is the garden variety flu. In...
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Title:The Worlds We Make: The Fallen World TrilogyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.75 × 6 × 1 inPublished:February 11, 2014Publisher:Disney-HyperionLanguage:English

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Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by from This whole series was a meh ** spoiler alert ** I really didn't expect her to kill off the boyfriend. That was unexpected but I appreciate her not pulling a hard left and having him live through cliche results. It was pretty depressing I found but very realistic.
Date published: 2016-12-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Worlds We Make A very good conclusion to the trilogy describing the world after a high mortality pandemic. .. very timely given the current situation in West Africa
Date published: 2014-10-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Unenjoyable and Unexpected. :'( The Fallen World series was always one of my favourites. It's the first trilogy that I've ever read about that featured sicknesses in a plague epidemic sort of way. I was very surprised with the end because this trilogy just started off so good for the first two books, and then this ending to the trilogy was really unenjoyable. This was so repetitive and boring compared to the other books from this series. It was short in length, but I felt like I was reading forever, the same thing over and over again. This author did a bad job of starting off from where the second book left off. It's been almost a year since I've read the sequel, and wouldn't it have been nice for a little event-character recap? Most authors do a great job with completing this during the first or second chapter of sequels or so on in the series, but this... almost nothing. I seriously forgot who was who and what was going on. The Plot: ... I found this to be seriously boring. Nothing was happening three-quarters of the time until the end. I mean, things were happening, but they were repetitive just like the previous books. This was a messed up book, I truthfully have to say. I didn't enjoy it, and I'm really sad that I didn't. And what, the author just adds in some dumb depressing road trip? Umm, awkward... The Characters- Kaelyn- I always liked this protagonist from the beginning. In this book, she was stupid and didn't know what she was supposed to feel and be doing. Someone died, someone she loves, and she doesn't cry or have feelings? Next thing you know she's moving onto the other guy, the other half of the love triangle without even blinking an eye. What the heck. Gav- Poor guy. Kaelyn doesn't give him the cure and hogs it all to herself, waiting for someone to be "really sick." Ugh, that idiot. Leo- No, no, just get out. I don't like you. Like why does he have to hog Kaelyn. He was probably waiting for Gav to ... so he can take the girl he always have loved. It's just so stupid and unfair and breaks my heart when thinking about Kaelyn's and Leo's stupid behaviour and how they really ruined this book. Side Characters- I didn't see any importance in them at all. They were just there, and poof! they were gone. I don't feel much in the mood to talk about these characters, because they were the absolute problem. The only good aspect of this book was the ending. The trilogy is done, and it was ended correctly and the way it's supposed to. A hideous book, with a great ending. And Kaelyn?
Date published: 2014-04-30

Editorial Reviews

The conclusion to the Fallen World trilogy serves as an extension to the second volume, The Lives We Lost (2013), with Kaelyn and her ragtag gang on the run from the Wardens, as they cross a disease-ravaged America on their way to the CDC in Atlanta, where a woman claims to be able to reproduce the cure sample that Kaelyn is carrying. The impediments are what you would expect-sickness, injury, death, and sacrifice-but Crewe gives the book a late shot in the arm (so to speak) by offering up surprisingly complicated and nuanced portrayals of both the Wardens and CDC members. They, like everyone else in Crewe's grim dystopia, are neither good nor evil. Just fighting to survive. - Daniel Kraus-Booklist