The Testing Trilogy Complete Box Set

The Testing Trilogy Complete Box Set

Joelle Charbonneau

Language: English

Pages: 976

ISBN: 0544563026

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


 
Experience all three riveting novels in the New York Times best-selling trilogy from author Joelle Charbonneau.
 
The Testing is new dystopian series perfect for readers of Divergent and The Hunger Games. Experience all three riveting novels in the New York Times best-selling trilogy from author Joelle Charbonneau. The complete collection includes The Testing, Independent Study, and Graduation Day. 
 
The Testing: Your time is almost up. The best-selling trilogy's dynamic dystopian debut. It’s graduation day for sixteen-year-old Malencia Vale, and the entire Five Lakes Colony (the former Great Lakes) is celebrating. All Cia can think about—hope for—is whether she’ll be chosen for The Testing. Danger, romance—and sheer terror—await.
 
Independent Study: Failure is not an option.Cia is a freshman at the University in Tosu City with her hometown sweetheart, Tomas—and though the government has tried to erase her memory of the brutal horrors of The Testing, Cia remembers. Her attempts to expose the ugly truth behind the government’s murderous programs put her—and her loved ones—in a world of danger. The future of the Commonwealth depends on her.
 
Graduation Day: The final test is the deadliest. In the thrilling conclusion to the New York Times best-selling trilogy, the stakes are higher than ever—lives of promise cut short or fulfilled; a future ruled by fear or hope. Ready or not…it’s Graduation Day.

Thomas Jefferson's Feast

The Sleeping Giant of Goll (Secrets of Droon, Book 6)

Bunnicula (Bunnicula, Book 1)

Stable Manners (The Saddle Club, Book 28)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the years ahead, I worry I will not survive the day. Normally, I pull my hair back into a thick dark knot in order to keep it out of my way. Today, I decide to leave it down. Perhaps the long waves will hide the evidence of months of restless nights. If not, maybe the cold compresses my mother taught me to apply to my eyes will help. A wave of longing crashes over me at the thought of my mother. While contact between University students and their families is not expressly forbidden, neither is

class.” “Only because the teacher wasn’t around last year. She doesn’t know you built the wind and solar generators we use at school.” “My brothers helped.” The achievement wasn’t mine alone. I wouldn’t have been able to do it without them. “My father says the irrigation system you designed is going to help revitalize areas outside our borders. That’s huge.” He shrugs. “My father had been working on it for years. I just helped brainstorm a few ideas and set the thing up. I’m not saying I

plentiful in the river that runs through the center of Tosu. A bowl of fresh berries. As we pass platters around the table, I’m asked questions about my first assignment from the president. I answer each as vaguely as possible. After a few more attempts to learn more, my classmates give up and talk of other things. Will answers a question about his internship in the Health Department as I glance around the room, looking for other first years. I count the faces as I locate them and then count

one person I am certain knows the answer to both of those questions. I move quickly back to Tomas. Together, we hurry past the twisted vehicle and toward the warped trees I remember passing. When we are far enough away from the rebel campsite for it to be safe, I pull out my penlight. Our feet fly across the ground as the sky lightens. As we run, Tomas uses the Transit Communicator to guide our way. Dawn is breaking as we reach the chain-link fence. Tomas spots the marker to our left, and we

establish a new governmental entity banned all firearms from the Debate Chamber floor. Ten years later, the ban was expanded to all government buildings. Today, I am in violation of the law. To obey, I would have to surrender the gun Raffe gave me. Something I am not willing to do. I do not know how the president will react to what I must tell her. I have to be prepared for whatever might happen. Shifting the weight of my bag on my shoulder, I walk to the broad-shouldered Safety official who

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