Only the very brave or the very desperate dare enter the Spill ZoneAddison Merritt is a little of both. In exchange for a suitcase full of cash, she made one last to the Zone. She survived the encounter, but came back changed.Addison is not alone. In a remote village in North Korea, a young man named Jae was touched by the unholy fire of the Spill Zone. He made it out alivealive, but also changed.Now bestowed with uncanny powers, Addison and Jae may be the only ones strong enough to face a new threat that has risen in the Spill Zone. This deadly entity is searching for his runaway brideand his hunt is bringing him closer and closer to Addison and her little sister....
|Title||:||The Broken Vow (Spill Zone #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||240 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Broken Vow (Spill Zone #2) Reviews
Love the art but didn't find the story quite as compelling as Vol 1. Still, a good series for teens into spooky weird shit.
This graphic novel is an interesting young adult story that is able to cross audiences to include an adult audience who should be able to be complete immerse in this world.
This is the second in the series and unfortunately, I have not read the first in the series which I will soon remedy. The story tells the story around a young cast in the near future. With an involving premise and a dark twisted sense and intrigue that pushes the story forward. Having not read the first in the series, it didn ...more
The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit.
Thank you to NetGalley for an ARC to review! This is a YA graphic novel, the second in a series.
In the first book we met Addison (Addi), a young woman who is raising her younger sister, Lexa, after her parents are killed the night of "the incident" that creates the Spill Zone. Was it a nuclear plant accident? Was it an alien invasion? No one knows. None of the children who survived that night can speak anymore, including Lexa.
To earn money Addi sneaks past government blockades into the Spill Zo ...more
SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I could definitely reread these books and notice much more of the art. I found myself not being able to put this book down and reading each chapter super fast. I actually had to slow myself down when reading this book ...more
I received a free digital copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.
Wooooo Boy! I've been waiting for this graphic novel to become available. During an ALA midwinter conference a couple years back, I met Scott Westerfeld and got an ARC of Spill Zone #1. Creepy lit generally isn't my thing, but I really enjoy the Spill Zone story.
The Broken Vow begins just where Spill Zone left off. Addie has discovered that Lexa's doll has been possessed by something that came from the ...more
Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone.
I lost interest when the story became this...
'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.'
'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.'
*** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point...
'But I killed all the things so everything is all my fault.' ***
'Marry me so the civil war will end.'
'No! I want to stay with my new BFF!'