In the exhilarating finale of the Aurora Cycle series, Aurora's End, we find ourselves once again at the edge of your seat. This misfit band of unlikely heroes are on the brink between perishing and survival. I found myself on a roller coaster of emotions, ranging from despair, heartache, and hope. Each squad member has a story, and there is something to be learned from each one of their experiences. Throughout this unconventional story of finding one's self and of owning their own skin, they each take a chance to risk something unique to themselves. I found myself losing moments of time because I couldn't put Aurora's End down. I enjoyed each character's perspective, offering a new look at a situation, either disparaging or hopeful, but always filled with love and loyalty. If you're ready for a heart-stopping adventure, Aurora's End is definitely for you. Squad 312. Forever.
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING SERIES • The squad you love is out of time. Prepare for the thrilling finale in the epic, best-selling Aurora Cycle series about a band of unlikely heroes who just might be the galaxy's last hope for survival.
Is this the end?
What happens when you ask a bunch of losers, discipline cases, and misfits to save the galaxy from an ancient evil? The ancient evil wins, of course.
Wait. . . . Not. So. Fast.
When we last saw Squad 312, they working together seamlessly (aka, freaking out) as an intergalactic battle raged and an ancient superweapon threatened to obliterate Earth. Everything went horribly wrong, naturally.
But as it turns out, not all endings are endings, and the team has one last chance to rewrite theirs. Maybe two. It's complicated.
Cue Zila, Fin, and Scarlett (and MAGELLAN!): making friends, making enemies, and making history? Sure, no problem
Cue Tyler, Kal, and Auri: uniting with two of the galaxy’s most hated villains? Um, okay. That, too.
Actually saving the galaxy, though? Now that will take a miracle.
About the Author
Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff are the New York Times bestselling co-authors of the Illuminae Files and the Aurora Cycle. Amie has also co-written (with Meagan Spooner) the Starbound and the Unearthed trilogies. Jay is the author of the LIFEL1K3 series, as well as the Nevernight Chronicle and the Lotus War series for adults. Collectively, Amie and Jay stand 12'5" tall and live in Melbourne, Australia, with two long-suffering spouses, two rescue dogs, and a plentiful supply of caffeine. They met thanks to international taxation law, and stuck together due to a shared love of blowing things up and breaking hearts. You can learn more about Amie at amiekaufman.com or @AmieKaufman; look for Jay at jaykristoff.com or @misterkristoff.
"Kaufman and Kristoff are masters at planting humor into high-stakes action sequences, and this book is no exception... A worthwhile conclusion to a highly hyped series." –School Library Journal