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  • Paperback: 402 pages
  • Publisher: Cumulus Publishing Limited (25 Nov. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0473199386
  • ISBN-13: 978-0473199388
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 2.1 x 20.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 364,583 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By L. Mitchell on 13 Dec. 2011
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It seems like a lifetime ago when this cult and highly iconic post-apocalyptic television series - which chronicled the story of ordinary teenagers struggling to survive in a world where all of the adults have been struck dead by a mysterious virus - had ended after five seasons, leaving fans around the globe gasping for more. In the intervening years, there have been numerous rumours, petitions and attempts to resurrect this highly unique and awe inspiring franchise, and at long last the initial stages are finally here.

Written by AJ Penn, A New World picks up immediately where the show ended, taking us into the amazing and dramatic struggle of the Mall Rats as their meagre food and water supply slowly dwindles as they drift aimlessly out at sea, and with hope slowly fading of ever finding land. This struggle, along with the entire novel, is beautifully written throughout, taking the reader into the heart of all the character's thoughts and concerns, as we witness the group's bickering and in-fighting as events continue to take a turn for the worse.

Running parallel with the Mall Rat's main story arc is the return of an old tribe member (and I'm not spoiling it much as he is featured on the book cover) who sees a even darker struggle for his sanity and survival as we witness just some of the harshness that he has had to endure over the years, and his attempts to finally escape from his predicament. Your heart will bleed when you follow his journey. Events soon begin to slowly intertwine, and this dramatic novel unveils one shocking revelation after another, as we are also introduced to new tribes and story concepts which have somehow been expertly interwoven into the original tribeworld history by the author.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By CHARebecca on 23 April 2012
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Negatives:
This book gets off to quite a slow start, and doesn't really get into a plot line until about half way in and isn't really tied up at the end (although this could be due to a sequel on the way) There's a bit of repetition, you very often read the line, `in the post-adult world,' or `after the apocalyptic virus,' etc. I may just be being picky here, but there are a couple of typing errors, for example Cloe is spelled wrong as in the TV series she didn't spell it with an `h', and there are a couple of other typos here and there. I also expected to `find' more of the lost characters, but you only here of a couple and actually come across one. And, the new characters don't get a lot of development, two of them are killed off and the others you don't really learn much about.

Positives:
The writer has portrayed most characters in behaviour and especially dialogue perfectly. I could hear the actors from the TV show saying the lines and it suits them brilliantly. Also, the continuation from the end of The Tribe series 5 is exactly as I'd hoped for. For anyone who liked Ram as a character will enjoy this as you find out a lot about his past and how the Technos were formed and Ruby also has a good storyline. There is a short fight scene which has great imagery; you can imagine how it would look if it had been filmed in Tribe-style. Introduction to some good new characters with different backgrounds, it would be nice to learn more about them. Great cliffhanger, I really hope there is a sequel so I can keep reading. I want to know what happens in the love triangle between Bray-Amber-Jay. I would recommend this novel to anyone who, like me, has been waiting since 2003 to know what happens next. Our nine year wait is finally coming to a close. Happy reading, everyone!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By raven_guest on 16 Nov. 2012
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Don't get me wrong, I love that this book exists! I love that a certain someone is back and I enjoyed the book, but what irritated me was the spelling and grammatical errors. It felt unfinished in the sense that it wasn't that well written. Sentences are broken up too much when commas would have been better. Another problem is that we already have a very, very large cast and quite a few more have been added to it. It is difficult to stay with certain people as they don't seem to really exist anymore. And please can someone give Amber a slap and make her look after HER OWN baby rather than dumping it on everyone else!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Pachacuti on 11 May 2013
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Ive always been a big fan of The Tribe and this is a nice follow up to the TV show. The book captures the characters quite nicely and answered some questions that was left unanswered in the show.

Like others have said there is a few typos in the book (The most annoying one been Cloe name)

All in all this is a great book that i would recommend to anyone that use to watch the show and i can't wait for the 2nd one.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Paul on 13 Dec. 2011
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Ok, So I was a massive fan of the tribe on tv, It had an effect on my life like no other tv show ever has. It was so different from everything else, and it really does appeal to the outcast in me, so when it ended in 2003 I was gutted to say the least, and by 2011 I had given up all hope of ever finding out what happened to the mall rats after they left on that boat... but then, here we have a book that continues the story..

The book starts pretty much straight after Series 5, we join the Mall rats on the boat. The writer has done a great job of capturing most of the character traits. Amber really shines again. It introduces a range of new characters, good and bad. Not being restricted by tv regulations sees the book take the story to new levels of darkness at times, there are references to canabalism, and torture. The writer has also done a fantastic job of bringing elements of the past and tying things up, aswell as leaving many new questions to be answered. We learn more about the way things were organised after the virus, more about Rams past and how the Technos came about, and there are more secrets buried at Eagle Mountain.

A must buy for all Tribe Fans.
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