The Silent Invasion: The Change Trilogy by James Bradley

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April 2017, no. 390
Benjamin Chandler reviews 'The Change Trilogy: The Silent Invasion' by James Bradley

The Silent Invasion: The Change Trilogy

by James Bradley

Pan Australia $18.99 pb, 283 pp, 978743549896

The Silent Invasion: The Change Trilogy by James Bradley

Reviewed by
April 2017, no. 390

The Silent Invasion, James Bradley’s first Young Adult novel and the first in a trilogy, begins in generic post-apocalyptic fashion. Humanity crowds into restricted safe zones, hiding from an intergalactic plague that infects living matter with the mysterious Change. Adolescent protagonist Callie’s younger sister Gracie is infected; to prevent her demise at the hands of Quarantine, Callie flees with her sister to the Zone, an area beyond Quarantine’s control in Australia’s far north that is overrun with Changed flora and fauna.

Benjamin Chandler reviews 'The Change Trilogy: The Silent Invasion' by James Bradley

The Silent Invasion: The Change Trilogy

by James Bradley

Pan Australia $18.99 pb, 283 pp, 978743549896

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Comments (3)

  • First ever scifi book, read it in about 8 hours. Awesome author . Good charceters and looking forward to learning the rest. Whens book 2 out? Hopefully at the same time as 3 so I can enjoy a weekend lost in them. The first few paragraphs explainng Callie's thoughts cliffhang splendidly for myself. Cheers.
    Posted by Oliver
    Wednesday, 22 November 2017 13:48
  • People. When. Is. The. Next. BOOK COMING OUT????????????????????? COME ON I'M WAITING
    Posted by Willow
    Sunday, 19 November 2017 12:13
  • When are the other 2 books coming out.?
    Posted by Viviane
    Sunday, 09 April 2017 19:44

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