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If you have a copy of this blurb, please add it to this page. It's the endgame. It's the end of the line for Sam Temple and his friends, as a final, heartstopping battle with the Darkness breaks the barrier forever. Countless battles have been fought: battles against hunger and lies and plague, and epic battles of good against evil.
And now, the gaiaphage has been reborn as Diana's malicious mutant daughter, Gaia. Gaia is endlessly hungry for destruction. She yearns to conquer her nemesis, Little Pete, and then bend the entire world to her warped will.
As long-standing enemies become allies, secrets are revealed and unexpected sacrifices are made. Will their attempts to save themselves and one another matter in the end, or will the kids of Perdido Beach perish in this final power struggle? All eyes are on Perdido Beach. The barrier wall is now clear as glass and life in the FAYZ is visible for the entire world to see. Life inside the dome remains a constant battle and the Darkness, away from watchful eyes, grows and grows. The society that Sam and Astrid worked so hard to build is about to be shattered for good.
Who will survive to see the light of day?
Gaia is undergoing a steady healing process after the attack from Sam and Caine left her severely wounded. Food production grinds to a halt, and in Perdido Beach , Caine begins to lose control of a workforce that refuse to do anything except gawk at the outside world.
The media attempts to interview the FAYZ residents through electronic signs and communication; an interview with Brianna reveals the true nature of life inside the FAYZ and the world outside begins to realize the true horrors within.
Irritated at Brianna's reckless behavior, Sam and Astrid send her out patrolling to keep her out of trouble. Caine, bored and frustrated, refuses until Edilio and Sam subdue him long enough to convince him to help. Leaving Edilio in charge of Perdido Beach, Caine and Sam head off into the wilderness in hope to find and kill Gaia, and, in Caine's case, rescue Diana.
In the desert, Brianna runs into Drake, and using her Bowie Knife, catches him unaware and slices him into many pieces. Taunting him, she spreads his body parts around the FAYZ, locking them in cars and throwing them into the ocean. Victorious, she takes his severed head to Lake Tramonto to show Astrid and Dekka - who lock the head away in a container, weigh it down with rocks, and throw it into the lake.
With the absence of Drake, Gaia grows ever more hungry. It is revealed that all trace of the once human child Gaia, now inhabited by the Gaiaphage , is utterly destroyed - though the body itself is in constant danger and can be killed through a united effort. Gaia tells Diana that she holds a connection to the strange, corporeal world that the mutations and powers of the FAYZ exist in. She reveals that the powers exist as a two-way connection - by killing a mutant, she cuts off access to that power and can thus no longer use it herself.
Unfortunately, Little Pete is too powerful for her to directly control, and she states that in order to prevent him from taking a body to stop her, she must kill the entire population of the FAYZ in order to destroy him and bring down the wall. Caine's attack on the nuclear plant shuts off all electricity to the town; it cannot be restored.
Sam steps down as leader, and a council is formed in his place. A now disfigured Hunter, who was found guilty of murder and banished by the council, decides to use his new power to hunt food for the kids in atonement for killing his friend. The book ends on a cliffhanger when the readers realize Brittney, a girl killed during Caine's attack on the nuclear plant, is still alive and buried in the plaza.
Lies[ edit ] Lies is set several months after Gone. The town is run by a council, headed by Astrid. Zil's anti-freak Human Crew have taken over a small section of Perdido Beach. Orsay, who has the mutant power to see people's dreams, claims she can see the dreams of the children's parents. She is dubbed "The Prophetess" and holds nightly rituals to give children messages from their families. Orsay is helped by the mysterious Nerezza, who urges Orsay to continue to use her power and tell children to "step-out" when they turn fifteen.
A young girl, Jill, is beaten due to some people's knowledge of her powers she can transfix people by song, a Siren and falls into an empty grave.
Sam discovers her and is told by Edilio that she was in the grave of Brittney, who died in Hunger. Sam learns of Brittney's empty grave and of Orsay's rituals, but he does not tell Astrid this during the next council meeting. Astrid discovers this and she and Sam argue; they break up.
Astrid tells the council to claim that Orsay is lying and leading them to suicide, as they believe "stepping-out" results in death. The townsfolk learn she has lied and lose faith in the council. Children who "step-out" at fifteen appear outside the barrier in the normal world.
Meanwhile, on an island far out to sea, several children attempt to survive in the abandoned but well-stocked mansion of their adoptive celebrity parents.
Caine, Diana and the remaining Coates academy students struggle to survive and resort to cannibalism. They hear of the island with the mansion and plan to steal boats from Perdido beach undetected, to go to the island to find food. Caine makes a plan with Zil who riles up a mob and sets fire to a large section of the town at night, creating a diversion and allowing Caine to reach the Marina undetected. Sam attempts to stop the "Human Crew" but fails. Sam and many others believe they have seen Drake, who is believed to be dead.
Unsure how to proceed, Sam leaves Perdido Beach. Zil wished for chaos to ensue after the fire, but, instead, calm prevails. Astrid announces a set of laws and steps down, knowing she will no longer be trusted. Drake then appears and Zil uses the opportunity to cause anarchy, before panic ensues as most of the townsfolk flee to the highway and the beach.
Dekka confronts Zil, and the Human Crew leader dies of his injuries upon being dropped from her anti-gravity field.
Little Pete, who has been playing on his GameBoy which has been out of batteries for months , is revealed to be controlling events in the FAYZ through the game, and it is hinted that Pete himself is the Gaiaphage, which was not killed in the last book.
Nerezza eventually attempts to kill Pete but fails when Astrid intervenes. Nerezza is an avatar of the Gaiaphage, created by Pete, who manipulated Orsay. Mary, who is turning fifteen, intends to "step-out" and lead all the daycare children off a cliff, convinced that killing them will cause them to reappear alive outside the FAYZ. Dekka suspends gravity and rescues the children, but Mary "steps-out". In the chaos, Little Pete's GameBoy is broken.
He screams, causing the energy barrier surrounding the area to disappear for a brief moment. Astrid and many others see the normal world beyond, but Pete regains control and the barrier reappears. The Gaiaphage is revealed to have been attempting to use Brittney's immortality and Lana's healing powers to bring Drake back from the dead, sharing the same body as Brittney.
Sam returns, fighting Drake long enough for him to turn into Brittney.
Caine, Diana and the two remaining Coates children reach the mansion island and meet the five children there. Throughout the book, many characters have fallen sick by a flu-like disease, foreshadowing events in Plague.
Plague[ edit ] Perdido Beach is now run by Albert, whose introduction of money and paid labor to the town has placed him in a position of considerable power. Meanwhile, an infectious plague leading those who catch it to almost certain death is spreading in Perdido Beach, for when catching it, one begins to cough up his own lungs.
All are instructed not to leave their homes to stop the spread. On the way to the lake, Sam's group encounters Hunter who was banished from Perdido Beach. He has become infested with parasitic bugs, which have begun to eat him from the inside out. After revealing that he was unable to use his powers on himself, Hunter tearfully begs Sam to kill him, believing the bugs to be his punishment for being bad accidentally killing someone.
Sam agrees, but Hunter's death releases bugs that cannot be killed by Sam. A coyote then leads them to the creatures that are causing parasitic insect infections. The group attacks the creatures, but Dekka becomes infested with insects in the process, even though Sam burned off her shoulder in order to protect her.
When near the lake, Sam and the others find a building from a nearby military airbase the barrier cuts off the remainder of the base They find a lone boy, Toto, whose mutant power is to tell truth from lie. They also find a train, with valuable supplies of Pepsi and Nutella, as well as Apple devices and lawn appliances and a train car full of handheld missile launchers.
Turk and Lance what remains of the Human Crew assault Albert and shoot him in the eye. Drake, who has been locked up in a basement escapes, as his guard, Orc, is drunk. Once free, Drake travels to the gaiaphage and is met by an army of bugs, who begin to clear the way into the mine shaft.
When they reach the lake, Sam and his group are confronted by the bugs. The bugs have grown to the size of SUVs and are being commanded by Drake.
The group escapes back to Perdido Beach. The town is in chaos: the plague overwhelms the town and hospitalizes many kids; Albert is attacked by the "Human Crew" and is only saved when his maid finds him near death. The bugs have grown again and Edilio instructs Quinn to row to the island and find Caine, as he has the power to kill the bugs. Caine accepts the challenge, hoping to become king after saving the town. The bugs arrive in Perdido Beach but Caine and Brianna cannot fight them.
Dekka uses her powers to levitate Sam and the train car of missiles to Perdido beach to fight the bugs, but they do not reach the town in time as Dekka is infected with the parasite, and is only saved when Sam cuts her open to kill the bugs inside her.
When threatened by Drake, Astrid throws Pete to the insects, who realizes the danger and vanishes both the insects and himself; her hope was that Pete's death would cause the energy barrier to dissipate, which does not happen. Pete is later revealed to be without a body, but alive. Caine attempts to install himself as king of Perdido Beach, but Sam offers to form a community at Lake Tramonto where the water is drinkable and there are boats campers can get shelter. Around 80 kids decide to go with Sam, along with Diana, who has become sick with Caine's constant need for power, with two-thirds of the population of Perdido Beach staying behind, under Caine's rule.
Between these two camps, Lana is granted free access to both places, being the Healer, as well as there being free trade, a condition laid down by Albert. Diana then reveals to a stunned Sam, Brianna and Dekka that she is pregnant with Caine's child. The plague proves to fatal only in one out of ten cases, but many have died.
Fear[ edit ] Pete experiments with his new state of existence by tampering with the inhabitants of the FAYZ, resulting in gruesome deaths as he clumsily changes their DNA. This also causes Taylor to be turned into some sort of a 'plant-mammal' with skin of gold. Meanwhile, Sam's new 'city' at Lake Tramonto is flourishing and all is going fine. Astrid, though, has left her friends at Lake Tramonto, and lives alone now.
The energy barrier begins to turn black, gradually filling the FAYZ with darkness. On the outside of the barrier, Connie Temple Sam and Caine's mother learns that a small part of the army plans to nuke the barrier.
Meanwhile, Cigar accidentally kills a boy in a fight. He is punished by Caine and is sentenced to spend a full day with Penny who has the powers to make people hallucinate. She tricks Cigar into sucking blood out of his veins and clawing his own eyes out. Cigar is only rescued by Quinn, who hits Penny and later goes on a strike, demanding Penny to be exiled from Perdido Beach.
Lana tries to heal Cigar, but his eyes grow in a strange way, and he begins to see the world in a different way, also being able to communicate with Pete.
He runs into Astrid, who has run away from the town at Lake Tramonto and is trying to deliver Sam's message signifying his interest in putting up 'Sammy Suns' or balls of light in Perdido Beach to Caine. Later, he is killed by mutated worms or zekes , in a field. Through mental communication with Pete, Astrid learns that the barrier is connected to the gaiaphage. Drake captures the pregnant Diana and brings her to the mine shaft, as per the bidding of the gaiaphage.
Diana gives birth to her baby, whom the gaiaphage then inhabits, hypnotizing Brianna who attempted to rescue Diana into putting the baby on the gaiaphage. Drake, Diana, Penny and the gaiaphage, now known as Gaia, head to the energy barrier, where they encounter Sam and Caine.
Gaia plans to open up the barrier.
They battle, killing Penny, and Sam tries to burn Gaia, but she is seemingly unhurt. The barrier becomes transparent, allowing the kids to see the world outside, and vice versa. Light[ edit ] The dome around the FAYZ has become transparent, allowing the kids inside to converse with their parents. Some, such as Brianna, are thrilled to have the attention, while others, like Orc, are ashamed of what they have become and pray that the dome never comes down. In the thrill of being able to converse with the outer world, the kids lose interest in their duties, which leads to sending Quinn to the island to get Albert, as he is the only one who can get them back to work.
Annoyed at Brianna, Sam and Astrid send her on a mission to hunt for Drake. She succeeds, and scatters the chopped off parts of his body across the landscape, keeping his head in a chest below the boats on Lake Tramonto. Meanwhile, Gaia and Diana are out in the desert, where a rapidly aging Gaia schemes to take out all of the FAYZ residents in order to put an end to Little Pete's powers, who can fight Gaia by inhabiting a person's body, like Gaia. Gaia and Diana also spot two young men on the other side of that barrier, and Gaia concentrates her power on one of the men, Alex, and he pops through the barrier, only to have his arm ripped out by Gaia, who cooks it and eats it.
Gaia informs Alex that she is using him as food. Light Download by Michael Grant. Here description and cover image of book Light written. Discussion GuiDe. Gone Series. Book 6.
Gone; Volume number 0. Gone Series Complete Collection.They had salivated like dogs. But as the virus makes its way into the wrong hands, it becomes clear that not everyone will decide to use their powers for good, and an epic worldwide showdown is about to begin.
During the series, all the actions he takes are directed only to solve an immediate problem of his, and he does not care for any effects his actions may have on people in the future due to his autism. Plague[ edit ] Perdido Beach is now run by Albert, whose introduction of money and paid labor to the town has placed him in a position of considerable power. Drake switches bodies multiple times throughout the series before being shot by Sam during the final battle and destruction of the barrier.
Her malice and affinity for carnage make her an immediate threat to the children who live in Perdido Beach.