Fourth Dimension

Fourth Dimension In a world with no power chaos soon descends A powerful look at the disintegration of society in the wake of a massive and mysterious outage that has knocked out all modern amenities Fifteen year old

  • Title: Fourth Dimension
  • Author: Eric Walters
  • ISBN: 9780143198444
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In a world with no power, chaos soon descends A powerful look at the disintegration of society in the wake of a massive and mysterious outage that has knocked out all modern amenities.Fifteen year old Emma has moved house with her ex Marine mother and younger brother It s a brand new condo building, which explains the semi regular power outages, as workers complete the uIn a world with no power, chaos soon descends A powerful look at the disintegration of society in the wake of a massive and mysterious outage that has knocked out all modern amenities.Fifteen year old Emma has moved house with her ex Marine mother and younger brother It s a brand new condo building, which explains the semi regular power outages, as workers complete the units around them So Emma isn t particularly concerned when the latest blackout hits just as they are preparing to leave town on a long weekend camping trip But then the car won t start, and their cellphones appear dead and all the cars outside their building seem to be stalled in a long traffic jam In the midst of what appears to be a massive power outage, with their camping gear packed and ready, Emma and her family canoe over to the islands, just offshore, to wait it out But while they land on an isolated island, with a relatively hidden site, they are far from safe, as people become increasingly desperate to find food and shelter And as the days pass, and the power remains out, the threat of violence becomes all too real.

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    • Dani - Perspective of a Writer says:

      Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer15-year-old Emma was only supposed to go on a camping trip over the weekend for "quality time" with her ex-Marine mother and younger brother. Then the power went out, cars stopped working and cell phones became bricks. Far from her deployed father and their Marine friends they indefinitely hide out on the islands in the bay. As people become desperate to find food and shelter, the threat of violence becomes all too real.The short reviewBefore anyon [...]

    • Britt says:

      I received an ARC copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review DNF @ 35%Meh. This book has an interesting concept and I'm disappointed it wasn't better. It's not like the writing was bad—in particular, the descriptive imagery in this book was excellent—but after awhile the repetitiveness of the plot became very boring. That, and I couldn't really stand the main character, Emma. She was such a brat! Any sort of connection I had with her instantly went downhill when (view spoiler)[ she [...]

    • Amber says:

      Fourth Dimension tells the story of a small Marine family trying to survive after a complete technology blackout.  What starts off as the family annual camping trip quickly turns into a dog-eat-dog world as violence ensues when humanity realizes life as they knew it has come to an end.  Arming themselves with their mother's military experience, their camping supplies, and limited connections the family sets out to do whatever they must to survive.I think the concept of this book is really inte [...]

    • Leah says:

      This book attracted me with a great premise, but lost me once it fell into the rut that made me stop watching The Walking Dead: holy repetitiveness.I've never read Eric Walters before, but the premise of this kind of apocalyptic world sounded so promising. In the end, I was left underwhelmed, bored and disconnected. I was left with several questions that didn't leave a feeling of satisfaction in finishing. For instance, we never learn what caused the loss of power to the world. The central theme [...]

    • CynthiaA says:

      So I've read a few Eric Walters before, but none of his Rule of Three series. This book is set in the same 'world' as the Rule of Three series, but is not a part of that series. Or so I understand. It's post apocalyptic, although what actually happened is never explained. Other than that, it stands alone quite well, I didn't feel like I was missing anything. The story itself is good, engaging and fast paced, the heroes are very heroic, the villains are very evil. I read it quickly and enjoyed it [...]

    • Susan B says:

      If only I could choose 2.5 stars. I wanted to like this book. I've read other books by Eric Walters (though none of the Rule of Three series for which this title is a companion) and I like him as an author and as a human being. Unfortunately, while he had an interesting premise here, the writing seems flat and one-dimensional. As other reviewers have said, the most likable characters are Emma's mother and Chris, a resident of Ward's Island (on which the majority of the action is set). There is n [...]

    • Teri says:

      This book starts out with a lot of potential.  The family dynamics between Emma, her mother, and her brother are realistic and amusing, and the imagery is vivid.  Once the power goes out, the situation deteriorates rapidly and as an ER nurse and former Marine, Emma's mother is well-trained to handle their situation.  She's a force to be reckoned with.Shortly after, the story loses its luster.  Everything that happens - the people they meet and their occupations, the supplies they come across [...]

    • Bethany says:

      DNF'd at 25%. I just couldn't do it. Soon after her parents divorce, Emma and her brother, Ethan, move with their mother to the city. As an ex-Marine, their mother's idea of a fun family outing is a camping trip on the island across the water at the edge of the city. Power within the city suddenly shuts down. Cars no longer run. Cellphones lose their ability to turn on. Suddenly, Emma's mother decides this camping trip is a necessity. Within the isolation of their camp, Emma and her family begin [...]

    • Wendy says:

      In “Fourth Dimension” a thrilling addition to the “Rule of Three” series fifteen-year-old Emma troubled by her parents’ divorce and the move into a new condo overlooking the lake is resentful about going with her mother and brother on a weekend camping trip. But when a massive power outrage strikes the city and their car won’t start she has little choice but to help paddle their canoe to a small secluded island, setting up camp away from prying eyes on the water.Well-written and intr [...]

    • Danielle says:

      I received "Fourth Dimension" for free through NetGalley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review. Possible spoilers ahead."Fourth Dimension" started out great. The first chapter reeled me in with the believable dynamic between the main character, Emma, and her little brother, Ethan. They bickered and teased each other much like my brother and I did when we were around their ages and I loved it. Between this and the book's description, the bar was set pretty high!After the power went out, all [...]

    • Mrs. Kenyon says:

      Emma is used to moving, that is what happens when you are a military brat. Now her mother has her moving again, but not because of the military. There is a lot of construction happening in her building and Emma isn’t really concerned when the power goes out. Her family is ready to leave on their camping trip, so they adjust their plans a little and kayak to a small island nearby. As the days progress they continue to wonder how long the power will be out. Can they stay hidden from the people n [...]

    • Nicky Castiblanco says:

      This was amazing- I loved the rule of three series with Adam and Lori and I honestly enjoyed reading a whole new perspective about the apocalyptic events from Emma’s view. I hope I HOPE ERIC WALTER MAKES A SECOND BOOK!!!!! Pleaseeee. it would be so cool that in the next book Emma’s father appears and Emma has a certain relationship with someone. it’s about this teabags girl named Emma that moved to the big city of Toronto little did she know that her world was about to be turned upside dow [...]

    • Candi says:

      **Some spoilers** What happens when the whole world experiences a black out?! Fun premise and this story started out strong. The mother, Ellen, is a total badass and an impressive protector of her children. I liked the sometimes mean banter between the siblings as well because it rang true. It was also nice to read about a family coming together during a major crisis and focusing on each other's survival. The further along we go, though, the more obvious it is that this is wholly written for tee [...]

    • Pascale says:

      I requested an ARC through NetGalley for my 14 year-old son as he is a fan of Eric Walters’ work. This is his review:3.5 stars “Pretty good book but could be better”The book overall was not what I expected. The plot became too repetitive after a while and the character development wasn’t very good. I would have liked to have more info on Willow and Chris and some other characters. It started well with suspense but after it got a bit boring and the relationships between some characters we [...]

    • Heather Brown says:

      Emma and her family are some of the lucky ones. When the mass power outage hit the US, they were just getting ready for a camping trip. All they did was change the venue to the nearby islands, since they had their canoe ready to go. Emma's mom is also a former Marine medic, battle trained and prepared for anything. They're going to need all the luck and help they can get in this continuation of Eric Walters' Rule of Three series about how quickly civilized behavior breaks down when the end of th [...]

    • Janice says:

      Since I know the Toronto Islands quite well and lived near Lakeshore for a long time, the setting really worked for me. I’ve also read the Rule of Three series so this spin off made perfect sense as well. The only thing I didn’t like much was that the main character in this story is also missing one parent. It would be refreshing to have a story where a child or teen gets to have both parents. Liked the survival strategies and the believability. Hope there’s another one.

    • P.M. says:

      This is a return to The Rule of Three universe which has been one of my favorites. I just love those breakdown of society novels although I wouldn't care to live there. It was a little unreal that all the adults listened to Emma and followed her suggestions but I can ignore that. I just like see to see women and girls as the leaders and strong characters. I eagerly await the next installment.

    • Sara says:

      I would say 2.5. I was excited to read this because I loved the tv show Revolution. It had the sane premise but this just got a bit repetitive for my liking.

    • Tweets66 says:

      Just finished this one and really enjoyed the premise and the storyline. Read this one in two sittings and keep me turning the pages.

    • kingcam540 says:

      Hope there’s one more from Adams POV about them figuring out the exact thing that happens for the lights and them getting them back on or something

    • Barb says:

      A great addition to this series; can't wait to share it with my students!

    • star_fire13 says:

      Another really great book. I didn't like it as much as I liked any of the original trilogy, but I will never say no to more books set in this world!

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