Ben's squad is reunited and Cassie ponders the strength of hope as humanity's driving force for survival. It was hindered due to Ben's gunshot wound but they managed to get out just as the last flying transport took off with the camp's personnel. 

Cassie was worried for her brother and Grace played around with the fact that she might've hurt him.

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After the 1st wave, only darkness remains. After the 2nd, only the lucky escape. And after the 3rd, only the unlucky survive. After the 4th wave, only one rule applies: trust no one. Now, it's the dawn of the 5th wave, and on a lonely stretch of .

She quickly then knocked the doctor out and then removed the tracker she had been freshly tagged with and put it into the doctor's own nose so that the doctor would kill themself instead of her when they activated the kill switch. She tried to hack into the system and find her brother but couldn't do it.

So, she incapacitated another soldier and stole his uniform to move through the base. By that time, Evan had been sniping at soldiers at the guard towers and alarms were being sounded. She learned that the younger children were being brought to the bunkers below and made her way there. Once there, she went through the sea of young faces until she found Sammy.

She quickly gave him back his bear but he ignored it to hug his sister. He thought she was a new soldier but she told him that they were leaving. They tried to leave the base as inconspicuously as they could when they crossed paths with what seemed to be a doctor with a facemask.

One that noticed them and seemed to be going for them. Cassie had flashbacks of her time with the Crucifix Soldier and pulled her gun out just as the orderly pulled out his own. Cassie meets her brother's friend 'Zombie' But before she could shoot him or he shoot her, her brother jumped in front of her and went to pull his mask away revealing that it was Ben Parish or Zombie as he was now called. She was surprised to see that Ben was still alive as she had long ago resigned to the fact that he was dead.

Also, she was surprised to see that he apparently was very familiar with her brother and seemed to be looking for Sam to escape with him as well. Sam smoothed over any suspicions that Ben had with her and then suggested that they all leave together. Before they could go however, Cassie remembered that Sam still had his tracker and it had to be taken out. She pulled out a combat knife but Ben pulled out a scalpel which Cassie was grateful for. Ben then went to cut Sam's tracker out of him but before they could begin to escape they had run into Vosch who was waiting for them.

Vosch took Sam away and put him into the execution room's chair while he detained Cassie and Ben. Vosch explained that the Others had been watching humanity for thousands of years. When Vosch went to execute Sam, the system had already been shut down, by Evan. Vosch went to see to it leaving two silencers there to watch them but Cassie quickly moved to incapacitate them. Evan then came upon them and told them the way out. He told Cassie that she was right and he had to choose and he chose humanity.

He promised that he would find her again and left to see that the base was destroyed for good. Cassie, Sam and Ben then left for the collapsed stairway and climbed it to try and break for the surface. It was hindered due to Ben's gunshot wound but they managed to get out just as the last flying transport took off with the camp's personnel. Cassie escapes the base with her brother and Ben The ground started to collapse and the three of them were forced to make a run for it.

A humvee soon came upon them which was occupied by Squad 53 and Ringer told them to get in. Ben helped Sam in but Cassie lost her footing and nearly fell down into the building chasm. Ben then went and pulled her to safety and threw her into the humvee and they drove off as the base finished collapsing.

After they were a safe distance away, Cassie then met the rest of the squad, including Ringer who she seemed irked by. She, Sam and Ben were all then treated by Dumbo and bandaged up from the cuts and scrapes they suffered in their escape.

Cassie then sat with Sam and Ben, who gave her a thank you kiss, before they watched the sunrise. It was an abandoned hotel and Ringer had taken the liberty of christening it 'The Walker Hotel' for the occasion which Cassie was a little annoyed about. Cassie had filled in the squad of what she had learned from Evan about the Others and a few of them were skeptical about her explanations, chief among them Ringer.

As they hold up in the hotel Cassie and Ringer find it harder to get along. They argue and have even come close to getting into a straight up fight but it was stopped by Ben Parish, who had become somewhat of a mediator between the two. Cassie finds that her brother Sam is different from how he used to be.

She is surprised that he abandons his bear almost at every turn when he used to keep with him everywhere. He insists that he doesn't need it anymore and tells her that if she wants it then she could have it. He also seems to know what had happened to their father and he seems quite mad about it with her.

Sam begins to lash out at both her and at Teacup, who insulted him about it, until Ben forces him to calm down. When he does, Sam asks Cassie to tell her how exactly their father died. She tells him that Vosch killed him and spins a story of their father fighting hard against Vosch and his men before he was taken down. Sam vows to find Vosch and kill him but Cassie tells Sam that she has already called dibs on it. The hotel soon begins to be a poor shelter against the drop in temperatures, as it is now coming into winter.

The popular idea is to leave and find a much better place for them to hold out. Cassie insisted to the squad that they should stay at the hotel just in case Evan comes here looking for them but they all believe that he is dead.

Ringer volunteers to scout the nearby cave systems to see if they are suitable and if there is any sign of human life to help them fight against the 5th Wave. When Ringer left, the others were trying to decide on what moves to take after as well as what to do if Ringer found that the caves weren't suitable.

Ben preferred to find some way of getting south but the others didn't think it was wise as it was too far for them to go. An issue came up when Cassie referred to her brother as Sam while Ben referred to him as Nugget. She felt that her brother should choose one name as not to let it be confusing. It was decided that he stick with Sam. Soon after, they realized that Teacup was missing.

They realized that she must've gone after Ringer and Ben sent Poundcake to go and bring her back. However, as they waited, the hotel was besieged. The squad was taken down one by one. Cassie managed to get the jump on the assailant and shot him in the leg. They then saw that it was Evan Walker. Cassie asked him what happened to him but all Evan managed to say was Grace and Cassie believed that he was trying to pray.

Evan is taken and put into a room to try and recuperate while Cassie and the squad think on what to do. Tensions ran high when there was the sounds of choppers heard nearby, on and off. Ben believes that Evan might've attacked Ringer and Teacup on the road but Cassie defends him. Ben tries to remind her that he is a Silencer and this could all be a trap, but she counters that Poundcake could be guilty as he had returned without either of them and never speaks so he could be a literal Silencer.

They trade theories, and shouts, and it seemed that there might be a split between staying at the hotel with Cassie and Evan or leaving with Ben. The debate was interrupted with the arrival of Megan. Sam immediately recognized her as the girl he met on the buses when he was heading to Camp Haven.

They wondered what she was doing there especially given that she wasn't dressed for the cold weather. Cassie was a bit suspicious of the girl even though she was roughly her brother's age. Yet Evan managed to wake up and told them to not crowd the girl.

He informed them that she had a special explosive chip inserted in her throat that would detonate when it was surrounded by enough carbon dioxide. Evan told them that he knew what needed to be done to remove the bomb from her.

Ben felt that it would be safer to kill her first as it would lessen the chance of the bomb exploding and killing them all. Cassie argued that they should try to take it out and save her life. It seemed that Ben just decided to do it as he felt that there really was no other choice. Cassie went to him afterwards to tell him that there was a choice.

She then realized that Ben didn't kill Megan after all and chose to try and get the bomb removed with her still alive. Cassie chose to stay behind with Evan so that they could work together and remove the bomb. Ben was to take everyone else out of the hotel to a diner across the street for safety. Ben and Cassie had a moment to themselves where he told her that the Others made a mistake in not killing her first. Cassie gave Ben a peck on the cheek and Ben responded by giving her a real kiss.

Cassie then went and helped Evan remove the bomb, which was a very tense experience. But, in the end, they succeeded and got the bomb out of Megan's throat sparing her life. However, Evan confided in them that Megan was most likely sent as a test. Not for them, but for himself, to see if Squad 53 had a Silencer on their side like Vosch suspected back at Camp Haven. To throw off Vosch, Evan made a plan to rig the explosion with CO2 from a soda dispenser from the diner across the street of the hotel.

Ben and Poundcake volunteered to get it. Soon after they left, the hotel was attacked again and Evan realized that it was Grace who must've followed him. Grace managed to corner both Cassie and Dumbo and moved them so that they all were in the room with Evan. Cassie was worried for her brother and Grace played around with the fact that she might've hurt him.

When Grace realized that Cassie was the human that Evan had been taken with, she mocked her and went to deeply kiss Evan in front of her. Soon though, Ben and Poundcake managed to come back and they helped drive Grace to run off and regroup. Ben sends his squad into the woods and returns to base, claiming his squad was killed, for the purpose of retrieving Sam, who was left behind.

Ben confronts Colonel Vosch about child warriors being the 5th Wave and Cassie kills Sergeant Reznik during her one-on-one indoctrination spiel. Ben and Cassie find each other and leave to find Sam. Evan sets off numerous bombs and advises them to quickly find Sam before the destruction of the entire facility.

Colonel Vosch and the surviving military evacuate with the human children by military aircraft. Cassie, Ben and Sam escape, with help from Ringer, just as Evan completes the destruction of the base.

Ben's squad is reunited and Cassie ponders the strength of hope as humanity's driving force for survival. Characters[ edit ] Cassiopeia Marie Sullivan or "Cassie"— the novel's protagonist, is 16 years old, short, and has curly strawberry-blonde hair.

Before the waves hit, she had a crush on Ben Parish, a popular football player. She later has a relationship with her "silencer", Evan Walker. Evan Walker — a boy from rural Ohio who lived with his large family; he is described as having chocolate brown eyes and brown hair.

His family and girlfriend were all killed during the 3rd Wave. He has a brief relationship with Cassie. While in high school, Cassie had a crush on Ben, but he never noticed her.

After the 3rd Wave, Ben contracts the plague but is "rescued" by soldiers who take him to Camp Haven. There, he becomes a part of Squad 53 and is renamed Zombie.

Zombie soon discovers the "soldiers" are actually aliens in disguise. He manages to escape with Cassie and Sammy. Sissy Parish- Ben's little sister. She was killed by an other while escaping her house with Ben, and he left her behind, keeping her locket she wore around her neck in memory of her.

She was described by Cassie to be hoisted onto Ben's shoulders after his football games, and she would join him in a parade. He says he misses Sissy terribly. He is taken away from the refugee camp where he, his father, and Cassie had stayed.

He is taken to Camp Haven to join Squad 53, after being renamed Nugget. Nugget and Zombie become good friends, and Zombie acts like Sam's big brother. Sammy manages to escape with Cassie and Zombie at the end of the novel. She is the best shot in the group and is very quiet, yet scary. The Comparisons to the Sci-fi Classics are Completely Unfounded The days when alien invasion plots could stand solely on the invasion ended right around the time of H.

Evan being a human-alien hybrid struggling to reconcile his alien soul with his humanity? Shallow even in comparison to The Host. Is that a joke? They even killed an expendable character named Kenny! Basically, The 5th Wave is, in every way, an embarrassment to science fiction. Rick Yancey tried to work too many different concepts into this book, jumping all over the place, that the end result is not one of them is done well.

 

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So what are the five waves in The 5th Wave? Let me first say this: These aliens in The 5th Wave aren't messing around. Whereas extraterrestrials in other movies like Independence Day and War of the Worlds pretty much just set out to destroy humanity by blowing things up, the "Others" in The 5th Wave are thorough. Seriously, they thought of everything.

The 5th Wave is a young adult science fiction novel written by American author Rick Yancey. It was published on May 7, by G. P. Putnam's Sons. The novel is the first in The 5th Wave trilogy, followed by The Infinite Sea. Jan 14,  · Watch video · Four waves of increasingly deadly attacks have left most of Earth in ruin. Against a backdrop of fear and distrust, Cassie is on the run, desperately trying to save her younger brother. As she prepares for the inevitable and lethal fifth wave, Cassie teams up with a young man who may become her final hope - if she can only /10(K). 

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the 5th wave is one of THE BEST DYSTOPIAN BOOK OF THE YEAR, it has everything suspense, action, a bit of romance, Stong charcaters, one of them was a bit a weirdo (i'm sure you know who that is) overall i loved the combination Rick yancey has created of the Dystopian and Science Fiction genres, it's perfect, really enjoyed it, The narration is /5. The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey. Home / Literature / The 5th Wave / Brief Summary ; Cassie's already survived waves one through three. First, the Others killed the electricity. (No biggie.) Wave Two involved giant tsunamis that took out coastal regions all over the world. (Sometimes it pays to live in the Midwest, folks.).

After the 1st wave, only darkness remains. After the 2nd, only the lucky escape. And after the 3rd, only the unlucky survive. After the 4th wave, only one rule applies: trust no one. Now, it's the dawn of the 5th wave, and on a lonely stretch of . The 5th Wave () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

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