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I Am Number Four: The Lost Files: The Legacies (Lorien Legacies… (edition 2012)

by Pittacus Lore

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Title:I Am Number Four: The Lost Files: The Legacies (Lorien Legacies (Unnumbered))
Authors:Pittacus Lore
Info:HarperCollins (2012), Paperback, 416 pages
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I Am Number Four: The Lost Files: Six's Legacy by Pittacus Lore




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My only complaint is that this was too short. But I liked seeing how Six coped with her personal tragedy and was able to survive. ( )
  tjsjohanna | Sep 2, 2013 |
in this book it tells of six. when she first arrived on the planet earth, and how she grew up. the first time she ran into the mogodorians. and how she and her cepan ran from them to texsas. where they were traped and caught again with a narrow escape. but even that was not enough to hide. for the mogs caught them and took them to their hide out in a hollowed out mountain. sixs cepan is killed in torture and the mogs find they cant find a way to kill her. this due to the charm cast to protect the nine. she escapes when her legasy of invisability developes. while escaping she kills the mog who killed her cepan. this is a good book because it tells a story of a character that is reletivley unknown. it also tells and finishes story from the main story. it also makes six seem more like a person with feelings.
  rbrtpmry | Mar 15, 2012 |
If you have the chance, I highly recommend this. It fills in the gaps before Six met up with John and has plenty of action to boot. You learn more about her life with her Cêpan, Katarina and see how she gained her impressive discipline and survival skills. It makes for a nice comparison too of how each of the Numbers was raised. Aside from Six, you also get a better glimpse of the creepy Mogadorians and their secret lair. It's not pretty.

In case you’re wondering, it’s not necessary to read this before Power of Six. You’ll still be able to enjoy it either way. Once you're finished with both books, you'll be excited about the possibilities that lie ahead once all the members of the Garde finally come together. And you’ll absolutely love how Six becomes the bad ass we know and admire!

~ Bel

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  bibliojunkies | Jan 7, 2012 |
I really enjoyed this book. I actually ended up reading this book after they had made the movie of it, and am undecided as to which is better. I think that they did an excellent job with the story line and the plot and I really enjoyed the book a lot. However, I personally felt like the book's ending was a little more drawn out. It had extra elements than the movie that I liked more, but the battle seemed to never end. However, in the movie, it had a much more abrupt ending, so I wish that there had been a more even ending. Still a wonderful book and I definitely would recommend it. Expecially to the girls who are done with vampires and need other strange options! ( )
  theadawn | Oct 17, 2011 |
This novella is an excellent follow-up to "I Am Number Four". That book had a lot of romantic elements with John and the human girl, Sarah, that slowed the plot somewhat. In contrast, this story is much more suspenseful. Readers met Six at the end of the first book, but got little information about her. This novella tells where she was, how she was captured and the death of her Cepan (not a spoiler since we're told she was dead in IANF). What I liked best was how the story drove home the point of how dangerous these kids' lives are. The first book was more matter-of-fact, "Numbers 1, 2 and 3 were killed." I never really felt that John was in danger until the climactic conclusion. But the harrowing details of Six's capture truly bring out the horror that they are being hunted by enemies who will joyfully murder them. With this story, the Mogadorians suddenly become more than just boogeymen - they are evil killers who will destroy our world.

The novella was a fast read, but definitely worth the $3.99 I paid for it. Overall, I could not put this story down! It left me excited to read the next novel, which despite the implications of the name will be told by Seven, not Six. Highly recommended. ( )
  jshillingford | Aug 26, 2011 |
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Number Six--when John meets her in I Am Number Four she's strong, powerful, and ready to fight. But who is she? Where has she been living? How has she been training? When did she develop her legacies? And how does she know so much about the Mogadorians? In I Am Number Four: The Lost Files: Six's Legacy, discover the story behind Six. Before Paradise, Ohio, before John Smith, Six was traveling through West Texas with her C?epan, Katarina. What happened there would change Six forever...… (more)

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