Surviving ELE (ELE Series #4)

  • Series: ELE, Book 4
Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
In the aftermath of Project ELE, Willow's life has become a series of one traumatic moment after another. It spins around her in a cyclone of fury, ripping and ravaging her heart. She can't help but wonder: will the pain and heartache ever end?
With more than 700 five-star ratings on Goodreads! The ELE Series is a now complete series that will appeal to fans of The Gender Game by Bella Forrest. More
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About Rebecca Gober

Rebecca Gober was born in Houston, Texas in 1982 and spent most of her life growing up in Dallas, Texas. In between working full time, being a wife and mother of two, Rebecca has never let her passion for reading and fiction fall through the cracks. Rebecca Gober's first book, Night Marchers, which she co-authored with her best friend and partner in crime, Courtney Nuckels, was released in e-book format in October of 2011. Since then Rebecca Gober and Courtney Nuckels have released the sequel to Night Marchers: Redemption as well as Project ELE, Finding ELE, Exposing ELE and Surviving ELE which are part of a new YA apocalyptic series that has a paranormal twist.

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About the Series: ELE
With more than 700 five-star ratings on Goodreads! When the government enacts Project ELE to preserve the human race after a devastating epidemic, survivors like Willow must adapt to new lives in shelters. But soon, Willow and her friends acquire unusual abilities that have far-reaching consequences. The ELE Series is a now complete Young Adult Science Fiction Romance series that will appeal to fans of The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, The Gender Game by Bella Forrest, Red Queen by Victory Aveyard, and A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas.

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Reviews of Surviving ELE (ELE Series #4) by Rebecca Gober & Courtney Nuckels

shona lawrence reviewed on Feb. 10, 2013

Surviving ELE is the fourth book in the ELE Series which centres around 16-year-old Willow Mosby. Since we first met Willow in Project ELE she has grown so much more than she thought she would. At every turn she has faced new hardships, heart ache and despair. But she doesn’t let that keep her down for long. When we left her in Finding ELE she was running for her life, from the man she was falling in love with, a man who was being controlled by Zack. True to form Willow fights back and refuses to give up on the man she loves and vows to get him back.

Gober and Nuckles have once again delivered in the series that never fails to amaze me. Just when you think you know where the story is going they blind side you with something completely different. At one point whilst reading I had this awful thought that this would be the last book in the series and it certainly looked that way for a bit, but I am pleased to report there will be more to come.

Once I picked this book up I literally couldn’t put it down and devoured it in one sitting. Now I have the agonizing wait until the next in the series is released… but as I have found out the wait is definitely worth it. If you haven’t started this series yet then you should.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Colleen Reilly reviewed on Feb. 10, 2013

I was given this book by the author for an honest review.
Fourth book in the series & they just keep getting better & better!!! Willow's back & Zac has taken Toni from her! She must face him, but she's not on her own, her friends refuse to let her go it alone. Willow must get Toni back & then just when you think all is well, she must save her friends & family. This book is thrilling, action packed, funny in places & in other places had me in tears. But such an exciting read! Best end of the world series I've read!! LOVED IT!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Lauren Dootson reviewed on Feb. 10, 2013

***This review contains no spoilers if you have not read the first three books in the series. Please read Project ELE (free), Finding ELE, and Exposing ELE before reading Surviving ELE.***

Eeeep! This book was fantastic! So many things happen, so many issues are resolved. Questions were answered. All around wonderful and fun! I will not go into too much detail with this book because I want you to read it - I'm not CliffsNotes!

There is quite a few places that caused my heart to beat out of my chest. There was a few scenes that seriously made my belly tingle. There was one scene in particular that had me screaming at the book - cheering Willow on and saying FINALLY!!!!!

And for my one "spoiler," like I always try to do for my readers:

This is NOT the last book. As of right now (I say that because Rebecca and Courtney are notorious for changing their minds :P ) there will be one more book. This is your spoiler because as I got about 80% through the book my heart started getting sad. It seemed as though we were wrapping up the story while there were some questions arising that couldn't just be left unanswered! Looking back, I should have seen that they were opening up the story again to be able to give us more, but I was so hung up on what had just happened that my brain seriously couldn't function properly! And once I was finished I just sat there, mouth hanging open, and scratching my head in total shock and awe.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Melanie Newton reviewed on Feb. 9, 2013

Surviving ELE is the fourth installment in the dystopian style young adult series that follows Willow Mosby, a 16 year old girl having to cope with unimaginable circumstances that are developing around her at the same time as her remarkable powers are evolving.

Surviving ELE continues from where we were left during the epilogue in Finding ELE with a story that yet again I read start to finish without a pause. The choices that Willow has to face are almost unbearable to read and the roller coaster ride of emotions that I have come to expect from these books was more at the forefront than ever.

Just when I think I have figured out what is going to happen another curve ball is thrown in the way keeping you page turning until the very end. At one point I thought they were actually wrapping the series up and to be honest I wasn't sure if I was relieved that Willow might finally be catching a well deserved break or upset that there wouldn't be a fifth book to look forward to. Well I needn't have worried because just like with the previous three I am now sitting here with more unanswered questions!

Whilst dystopian style stories are nothing new, these books continue to have a fresh take on things but then they throw in something like the "white eye" power which reminds me of historical stories of seers (and no that isn't a spoiler ... white is not the power of prophecy).


(reviewed the day of purchase)
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