Whiteout by Andrea PhillipsReMade #1.9
Published on November 9, 2016 by Serial Box Publishing
Genres: Dystopian, Science Fiction, Young Adult
All May wants is some alone time – being stuck with a ragtag team of the previously-dead could drive anyone a little crazy (especially when no one has showered for a week). But in this strange and unfamiliar world, danger lurks behind every tree…and sometimes in every cloud.
This is the 9th episode of ReMade, a 15-episode serial from Serial Box Publishing. This episode was written by Andrea Phillips.
You live. You love. You Die. Now RUN. ReMade is a thrilling sci-fi adventure that will take readers past the boundaries of time, space, and even death.
ReMade Season One: In one moment the lives of twenty-three teenagers are forever changed, and it’s not just because they all happen to die. “ReMade” in a world they barely recognize – one with robots, space elevators, and unchecked jungle – they must work together to survive. They came from different places, backgrounds, and families, and now they might be the last people on earth. Lost meets The Maze Runner in this exciting serial adventure.
Another episode, and more questions.
The latest villain of this story is the weather. Yeah, you read right. The weather. And I’m pretty sure weather doesn’t act quite the way it does in this episode but I’m just going to say it’s because it’s fiction and call it a day because getting answers from this series is like pulling teeth.
I did like that we get to revisit May’s character. I enjoyed it in a previous episode and she’s MUCH more tolerable than Inez who was featured last time around. Not the most interesting of characters, per say, but I’m not sure it would have mattered in this episode. We learn a bit more about her as is the general formula of these little clips. Moving on.
Speaking of Inez, she’s awful. Again. I literally hate the current teen group right now because it’s just a chaotic mess and not in the “we died and were brought back, and now have to survive way” but in the “what are the authors thinking.” But really. I need some insight here because I have no clue where this serial is headed.
There are a lot of little details here and there that really didn’t mean anything to me but I’m getting the vibe that they’ll come into play later on, especially with the last episode approaching.
Nine episodes in, the point-of-view character offered little to the story, they’re battling the elements now, I have more questions than I even want to bother getting answers for… this will be the last serial series I try, I think.