The Visitors

The Visitors By Patricia C. McKissack, The Visitors The stunning conclusion to the Clone Codes trilogy There is a wicked system of operation inside the Topas Corporation where clones are produced Only authorized Topas officials are allowed inside Only
  • Title: The Visitors
  • Author: Patricia C. McKissack
  • ISBN: 9780439929875
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Visitors By Patricia C. McKissack, The stunning conclusion to the Clone Codes trilogy There is a wicked system of operation inside the Topas Corporation, where clones are produced Only authorized Topas officials are allowed inside Only they, along with the clones themselves, know what happens within the walls of the world s largest and most powerful cloning company This final book of The Clone Codes plunThe stunning conclusion to the Clone Codes trilogy There is a wicked system of operation inside the Topas Corporation, where clones are produced Only authorized Topas officials are allowed inside Only they, along with the clones themselves, know what happens within the walls of the world s largest and most powerful cloning company This final book of The Clone Codes plunges readers into this strange reality At the same time, The World Federation of Nations has issued an urgent decree to the masses find Houston Ye, a cyborg, and Leanna Deberry, a clone, both fugitives There is a 1 million bounty on each of their heads if captured alive Once again, the McKissacks blend a futuristic world with events from world history to create a gripping sci fi adventure.
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    About "Patricia C. McKissack"

    1. Patricia C. McKissack

      Patricia C McKissack was the Newbery Honor, Coretta Scott King Award winning author of The Dark Thirty and Porch Lies an ALA Notable Book She collaborated with Jerry Pinkney on Goin Someplace Special Coretta Scott King Award winner and Mirandy and Brother Wind Coretta Scott King Award winner and Caldecott Honor Book.

    623 thoughts on “The Visitors”

    1. This final installment in the Clone Codes trilogy is told from the perspective of boy genius Carlos Pace, son of Dr Marcus Pace This last book is mostly centered on the main characters Houston, Leanna, and Carlos himself trying desperately to fight against the WFN and Topas Corporation, who are bent on enslaving clones and limiting the rights of Cyborgs They are trying to do all this as the court date hurtles closer in which Leanna has to make a final appearance to free everyone once and for all [...]


    2. Marcus, the son of the director of the space program and an ardent believer in the Wholer movement, and Leanna, a clone who was illegally raised as human, are back for a third installment Leanna is recuperating from having been kidnapped by the evil Chancellor Graham s forces, who tried to turn her into a purple clone, and her mother and Dr Ayala are still in prison With the help of Rizin, they hope to be able to get the two free and also fight against the chancellor and his killer bots, who hav [...]


    3. I loved the first book, The Clone Codes I was a little disappointed in book two Cyborg, in this series The length of the book was closer to a novella than a novel and yet priced as a novel This third book, The Visitors, is longer and as it wraps up the Clone Codes Trilogy it does a great job of redeeming the series It deals with questions of freedom, justice and the ultimate question of being what does it mean to be a sentient being Things are quickly moving towards a final conflict between the [...]


    4. Carlos experiences virtually what Leanna has gone thru trying to be an altered clone Now he is determined to help his friend become free After a visit from The O, he begins to understand that Ruby is, in fact, a sentient being who needs to experience the splitting in order to survive As Chancellor Graham continues her campaign to defeat the Liberty Bell movement, the cyborgs, clones and now the Chrystallines band together to demand a peaceful solution to the problem have the trial and let the w [...]


    5. This final installment in the Clone Codes trilogy is told from the perspective of boy genius Carlos Pace, son of Dr Marcus Pace This last book is mostly centered on the main characters Houston, Leanna, and Carlos himself trying desperately to fight against the WFN and Topas Corporation, who are bent on enslaving clones and limiting the rights of Cyborgs They are trying to do all this as the court date hurtles closer in which Leanna has to make a final appearance to free everyone once and for all [...]


    6. This book wasn t too bad for the ending to the trilogy I liked it better than the second, but not as much as the first The story line took an interesting twist for this book I m still deciding whether or not I really liked the way things turned out, and I m a little flustered that the end of the book left a loose end untied as well as created a new question that remains unansweredunless there are books hiding somewhere However, I can t complain too much, considering this was an improvement from [...]


    7. This was a good ending to the series The outcome was the expected one but a nice twist was included It s still jarring the way they skip over events from book to book yet reference it later It was better in this book because of the way they referenced back to Leanna s experience in the Topas Corporation There is also a great moment with one of the characters in proving the basic right of clones as human beings Pretty good overall


    8. I dont have much to say about this book i got confused and didnt get most of it If you can understand confusing books like this, this is a book for you i didnt like it as much as i thought i would i thought that itt would have way action than it did It wasnt all bad though there were some parts i liked I think maybe i got confused because this is the third book I would recomened that you read the first and second ones first.


    9. This book had the most unique type of alien being I ve ever heard of The Crystallines That s what RUBy is She not just or rock or a computer She a being made of crystal well she is a crystal, a sentient crystal She doesn t look like a person or animal or anything But the whole thing was pretty cool.


    10. The Visitors is the final book in the Clone Codes series Joining the clones now include cyborgs and rocks that have a conscience McKissack s purpose is almost unchanged from the first book equality This time, though, the purpose changes a little, as the fight for freedom is done nonviolently as Leanna looks at Martin Luther King Jr s life Finally, the story ends with the fight won.


    11. Only read because I just felt that I needed to finish the series This was the worst one yet It felt rushed, disjointed and the ending seemed contrived.


    12. As strange as the first two books were, this book was the strangest of all Didn t really care for the ending either Kind of disappointing.



    13. Just didn t like this one as much as the other two Maybe it was the younger narrator It felt rushed and disjointed The ending seemed a bit too contrived.




    14. I enjoyed reading this conclusing Wrapped up some unanswered questions and left it for the team to write other books if they wanted





    15. SWBST ThemesCarlos Pace wanted to be a regular human being, but the place he lived in holds a headquarters where clones are made So if he can stop the headquarters, then he can live peacefully.



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