Hive, Species Intervention #6609, Book Four

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Rated 4.91/5 based on 22 reviews
The bedraggled group race to the Hive for protection, struggling with the wildlife underground, as a woman and her two grandchildren live through the hellish horror and breakdown of civilization aboveground, after the bombs. More

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About JK Accinni

J. K. Accinni was born and raised in Sussex County before moving to Randolph, New Jersey, where she lives with her five dogs and eight rabbits, all rescued.Ms. Accinni’s passion for wildlife conservation has led her all over the world, including three trips to Africa, where ten years ago she and her husband fell in love with a baby elephant named Wendi that had been rescued by the incomparable David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Wendi is the inspiration for the character Tobi, the elephant featured in her fourth book titled Hive.
The character of Caesar is inspired by a real life iconic tiger from Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary in Sarasota. Mrs. Accinni also invites you to visit her webpage at www.SpeciesIntervention.com. Readers are encouraged to comment about the book or your own creature experiences.

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Reviews

Maria Komninos reviewed on on April 22, 2013

My type of story. Post-Apocalyptic .
We have a group of people who make it to he safety of the Hive......but what is going to happen there.
Then we have others thrown into a world of chaos and the horrific things they see and have to do to survive.
Once again new characters are introduced and I really feel from them and what hey go through.
I can't go into detail about the story cost it will spoil it for others.

THe coin makes another appearance.

I totally see how JK Accinni got th title Species Intervention #6609 from in this book.

Parts are very graphic with deaths and rapes so beware, but don't let I scare you off from reading.

Looking forward till when part 5 comes out.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Candice Simpson reviewed on on April 21, 2013

I can't say that I have ever read a series so quickly, but I was given the series and I gobbled them up. Like the other 3 books (Baby, Echo, Armageddon Cometh) Hive is certainly no different. You can taste the talent J.K. has because she simply makes the books flow, one to another and in such a sense that you will be forever reveling in a world of what if and is it really happening in that sense? I am NOT one to read sci-fi or paranormal things in this nature, but something drew me to what she had going on. In Hive we pick up on things already going on and carried over from Armageddon Cometh, but not in a sense that it couldn't stand alone and be descriptive and capture-because it could and would! However, I feel like things heat up, become more desperate, and are more truth bewildering in Hive. I understand the struggle, the sense of urgency, and the connection J.K. is making to things in life now. As horrifying as things in the book can be, it very much is a real situation in life today. JK gives you some shocks you didn't expect, some turns unknown, and then leaves you wanting and needing more.... speaking of which---is book 5 DONE YET?!?!?! This is an amazing series, and Hive, book 4 in the series, certainly does not let you down! Honestly-its another one of those movie moments-make you cry when you read it, make you feel the essence of the what each character is feeling, and shed the tears with the heartbreak! 5 stars isn't enough for the series I thought I would never pick-up!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Lavinia Urban reviewed on on April 21, 2013

This book is fast paced.
You follow them on collecting all the animals and hurrying to get to the Hive before world destruction starts happening. You are willing them to hurry up and praying they save everyone (animal)
You get thrown with talks of The One and you are left thinking 'Hold on a minute' I so want to the author to hurry up and finish the fifth book.
Not only do I want to find out about the One, I want to know if Lorna made it. What happened to both of her grandchildren? Does Seth get what is coming to him (I hope you!) What is going to happen when they can all leave the Hive?
I could continue..... I have so many unanswered questions. It is as if the author has just decided to open a whole can of worms.
Hurry up and let me read the fifth book please :))))))
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Sherry Vulgamott reviewed on on April 21, 2013

Ohmy! What can I say about this series? Well, I can say 'hurry with the rest of them, please!' The 4th one ended with a cliffhanger and I am dying to know what happens.

I really enjoyed these books. They were fun to read and I can't wait to see what happens next!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Cynthia Williams reviewed on on April 20, 2013

I received this book in exchange of an honest review.

This is the 4th installments in the Species Intervention Saga and wow! JK Accinni has done it again. I was fortune enough to read the entire series one after the other. We find the some of the same characters from Echo (book two) Abby, Scotty and Jose along with others, Chloe, Captain Cobby and his son, Ginger Mae her daughters Daisy and Kenya, Peter and Kane who all find themselves in a race against time to get to the Hive.

The Species Intervention Saga, is very different from my usual reads, but I enjoyed it thoroughly, from book one until now, the writing has been done extremely well, easy to follow as well as fall in love with most of the characters. Whether you enjoy reading Sci-Fi or not, you should definitely give this Series a chance, because you'll find yourself reading something amazing, and enjoying every chapter. Happy reading!!!
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Chasity Morris reviewed on on April 17, 2013

Again, we delve into Hive straight out of AC (Armageddon Cometh.) Loved that the Author wrote it this way for us.

I can say that AC and Hive are my favs! That says a lot because Baby and Echo just weren't cutting it for me. The Authors story telling is getting better as the series grows deeper. Her writing is finally picking up the pace and had me reading through this book at 100 mph. Can't wait for that next one! It has definitely piqued my interest!

May contain some spoilers, readers read at your own risk. You've been warned!

The plot and characters are starting to get more interesting. The clans Captain Cobby, Kane (Captains son.) Ginger Mae, Daisy (Ginger Mae's daughter.) Johno and his crew (Elephants and other animal lovers.) Kenya (teen girl doing community service for the zoo.) Dezi and Clyde (truckers.) Lorna, Susie and Jennifer (Clyde's wife and grand kids.) Maryann (stranded teen straggler.) Seth (random guy/turned hitch hiker/psycho.) Along with the original Clan that is- Baby, Netty, Wil, Abby, Jose, Scotty, Echo, Barney, Peter, and Chloe. There is more that I know are getting left out but I'm going off of memory here, these are some that just stuck.

Everyone finally finds their places in the Hive. We watch what enfolds during the bombing/end-of-the-world, through Lorna's journey to the Hive. Though some of her decisions are rash and unobtrusive, this leaves a bitter taste in my mouth. Thought she was better than that! I'm pulling for her to NOT make it, especially after that ending/cliffhanger!

I have to say that Seth (Lorna's companion to the Hive) is really sick. *GAG* And where was his "history" story at? We got the other sick bastards (Armoni's) story in the previous book(s). Why didn't we get his?

This, along like the other books is dark. Its always so sad. I want just one book, hopefully the last book and willing that it be the next book, for it to have a HEA! (I've stated this in one of my previous reviews for this series.) With no violence or minimal if at all possible... sadness. PLEASE! This dark and twisted stuff is getting old, fast. (The One, was supposed to be out February of this year, where is it at?) I NEED that book like yesterday! *hint hint*

Once more, this has violence, sexual context, depicted and degrading scenes. Readers should be 18+.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Lisa Reiter reviewed on on April 16, 2013

Oh JK Accini why do you torment me so. You write an amazing book like Hive and leave me hanging wanting more. Twisting my mind into pretzels with your awesome plot twists. AHHHHH Please oh please let me read the next one! What an awesome story! I love the way the story unravels ravels and unravels again! Yep this was another one nighter because you yanked me in and never let up with the riveting story of the survivors of the apocalypse and the amazing Echo and beautiful Baby! This story is completely and utterly magic woven beautifully into a gorgeous tapestry of characters places animals and events. I loved it
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Lisa Reiter reviewed on on April 16, 2013

I just had the pleasure of reading Echo by J.K. Accinni. It's the year 2033 and Echo has found a family. The always endearing and very literal Echo is the spitting image of her father "Baby." She first befriends and makes a lasting bond with a dog named Barney. Then we meet Barney's family Jose, Scotty, and Abby who is a terminally ill teenager living in the projects which seem to be growing every day. The 3 are brought together through difficult circumstances but form a beautiful and loving family. This wonderful story follows their journey of discovery, through good and bad times, strange and amazing times, then through terror and salvation. This is an amazing and magical read that really draws you into a world where hope is lost and found. I could read this again and again!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Aileen Aroma reviewed on on April 16, 2013

JK Accinni has done it again!!! She has such an amazing imagination, that's for sure. And boy, does she hit you with the reality of life!! Yes there are parts of this book that drag on and for my taste, just a little too harsh for a young reader. Some of the characters are just so mean, you really want to crawl into the book and knock some sense into them. You get some answers from some of the questions you may have had from the previous books but will definitely have more about what will happen in the new world. Sadly to say, but I think we could learn a lesson or two from Baby and Echo. We need to take a stand and pray for a better world for humans and our pets.
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)
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