Into the Abyss

Into the Abyss

Stefanie Gaither / May 28, 2020

Into the Abyss Violet has lost her memory and her sense of self but can she decide who she wants to be in time to save the world Find out in this sequel to Falls the Shadow which Kirkus Reviews called perfect for

  • Title: Into the Abyss
  • Author: Stefanie Gaither
  • ISBN: 9781481449953
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Violet has lost her memory, and her sense of self but can she decide who she wants to be in time to save the world Find out in this sequel to Falls the Shadow, which Kirkus Reviews called perfect for fans of Divergent and The Hunger Games Violet Benson used to know who she was a dead girl s clone, with a dead girl s memories But after Huxley s attempt to take over theViolet has lost her memory, and her sense of self but can she decide who she wants to be in time to save the world Find out in this sequel to Falls the Shadow, which Kirkus Reviews called perfect for fans of Divergent and The Hunger Games Violet Benson used to know who she was a dead girl s clone, with a dead girl s memories But after Huxley s attempt to take over the government left her memories and personality wiped, all she has left is a mission help the CCA fight back against the rest of Huxley s deadly clones that are still at large.But when a group of clones infiltrate CCA headquarters, Violet is blamed Already unsure of where her loyalties should lie, Violet finds herself running away with an unlikely ally Seth, Jaxon s unpredictable foster brother With Seth at her side, Violet begins to learn about a whole new side of her city s history and her own.But when she learns the shocking truth about cloning, Violet will have to make a choice and it may be one that takes her away from everyone she ever loved.

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    128 Comments

    1. I know that I previously said I would pitch this book to fans of Reboot but I think Gaither showed why this series deserves so much more hype with this sequel. Into the Abyss took a completely different direction to the first book. Not only do we follow a different set of characters - Violet and Seth, this time - but we take the focus away from the ethicality of cloning & genetic engineering and instead focus on the clones themselves. Added with the tension of a rising rebellion, this book j [...]


    2. Source: earc via Edelweiss from Simon teenDisclaimer: I received this book as an ARC (advanced review copy). I am not paid for this review, and my opinions in this review are mine, and are not effected by the book being free.Karen at For What It's Worth and Mary at The Book Swarm occasionally post twitter-style reviews. Karen calls hers Short and Tweet, and I am going to borrow that review style here.My short and tweet review: Couldn't remember 1st book plot--was confused. Slower start, but then [...]


    3. I did not read the first book of the series because I didn't realize this was the second. I think it would have helped. The characters in this one seem very shallow as does the story. Telling the story from the point of view of the teen clone who has no memory before 8 months ago is going to have that effect.



    4. Though I really liked the first book, though, this was a failure, though. The first was quite entertaining and enjoyable, though, that I really wanted to read the sequel, though. What a disappointment, though.And hell, didn't have the book an editeur? Sometimes there are three "thoughs" on one page - for several pages! I'm sure the whole book has as many "thoughs" as pages and it was really going on my nerves, especially Violet not only say them and think them the whole time, no, Seth likes them [...]


    5. Even in book one, I liked Violet a lot more than Catelyn.So to find out she was the protagonist in the second book made me pick up the book really fast.(I didn't even know there would be a 2nd book until I came across it on )I love that you're actually about to see how Violet thinks, something you couldn't do in the first one.And I really appreciate that the romance-focussed plot I remember from the first book is absent in this one.Save for some banter and fun dialogue, of course.Violet as a cha [...]


    6. In many ways I can honestly say that this was an improvement over its companion. I connected so much more with Violet's voice than I did with Catelyn's, but maybe that just says something about me that I like to hear the thoughts of a clones over those of a human. But in so many ways Violet seemed so much more real, for lack of a better way to put it. She grew in so many ways. Her connections and interactions/conflicts with the other characters were genuinely felt by the reader. Nothing felt for [...]


    7. "Into the Abyss' comes full circle for Violet's character. I'm glad she got 'closure', and found her sense of self. Though I'm glad the author expanded more on Seth, it wasn't the direction I anticipated. The story was quite heavy, the characters (and the reader) can't catch a break throughout. It was filled with action right till the end. A good ending to the series.


    8. Into the Abyss by Stefanie Gaither and narrated by Angela Dawe is the sequel to her Falls the Shadow.Violet Benson used to know who she was: a dead girl’s clone, with a dead girl’s memories. But after Huxley’s attempt to take over the government left her memories and personality wiped, all she has left is a mission: help the CCA fight back against the rest of Huxley’s deadly clones that are still at large.But when a group of clones infiltrate CCA headquarters, Violet is blamed. Already u [...]


    9. I originally didn't expect much from this book, but I must say that I'm genuinely amazed at the character development, the storyline, as well as the writing style. I wished Violet didn't have to die, but the change in viewpoint, from Violet to her sisters', is a pretty unique way to end the story.I honestly hope that there will be a third series to this too. Plus, it definitely should deserve more than a 3.71 rating on . :) (at least it was 3.71 on the day I read it).


    10. Gaither, Stefanie Into The Abyss (Falls the Shadow #2), 341 pgs. Simon and Schuster, 2016. Language: PG (11 swears, 3 deity, 0 'f')) Mature Content: PG Violence: PG-13 It's been 6 months since Violet woke up and she doesn't remember any of the incidents leading up to the Huxley Corporation activating all the clones. While the CCA (Clone Control Advocacy) claim to want her help stopping the renegade clones, too many there don't trust her and will do what is necessary to get rid of her. Even the h [...]


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