What happens when a single moment changes everything? For seventeen-year-old Cheney, life on earth exists only in history books. He and more than one thousand other people have known life only aboard the Plexus spacecraft: self-contained, systematic, and serene. But that was before the radiation wave.
Now Plexus has suddenly turned on them, becoming a terrifying and unrecognizable force. As the crew dwindles under attack, Cheney and his friends need to fight back before the ship that’s nurtured them for so long becomes responsible for their destruction.
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During its voyage, Plexus encounters a mysterious wave of energy that rapidly transforms the ship's mechanical elements into living organisms, many analogous to ones inside our bodies, and the crew is subjected to repeated attacks from a ship whose immune system identifies them as alien infectio...Mar 29 2010 | Read Full Review of Living Hell
I can see where teens would have a hard time putting the book down due to the action and the uncertainty of what's going to happen, but I also think that readers who do put the book down will start to challenge some of the "science" that brings the ship to life.Mar 29 2010 | Read Full Review of Living Hell
Surfaces become moist and spongy --- and then they begin moving as the ship becomes a living organism.Oct 18 2011 | Read Full Review of Living Hell
Living Hell by Catherine Jinks is a “hard” science fiction novel for young teens but others will be satisfied if they happen to pick it up.Sep 07 2011 | Read Full Review of Living Hell
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