Rebellion is the fourth novel in The 100, a series of post-apocalyptic science fiction by Kass Morgan, and was released on December 6, 2016. A boxed set of the four books was released a month later on January 3, 2017.
Centuries after nuclear war destroyed our planet, humanity struggles to rebuild. It's been a month since the dropships landed and the Colonists joined the Hundred on the ground. The teens, once branded juvenile delinquents, are now leaders among their people.
The Colonists and the Earthborns are celebrating their first holiday together when, to everyone's horror, they're attacked by a group of strangers whose unusual battle cries fill the air. The newcomers kill scores of people, seize prisoners, and pillage crucial supplies. When Bellamy and his girlfriend Clarke discover that Wells, Octavia, and Glass have been captured, they vow to get them back at all costs. But as they go after their new enemies, Bellamy and Clarke find themselves increasingly at odds, unable to agree on a plan to save their friends.
Meanwhile, Wells, Octavia, and Glass are being slowly brainwashed by their captors, religious fanatics with one goal: to grow their ranks and "heal" the war-ravaged planet… by eliminating everyone else on it.
But centuries of radiation exposure have taken their toll, forcing the cult to take drastic steps to survive. And unless the rescue party arrives soon, the teen captives will face a fate more terrifying than anything they could imagine. In this thrilling fourth installment, the hundred fight to protect the people they love on the dangerous planet they always dreamed of calling home.
Notes and Trivia Edit
- The plot and characters of the novels differ from the TV series.
- The Protectors can be compared to A.L.I.E. from the TV series, as both capture people and brainwash them to their cause. And both want to save the planet, but their actions end up destroying rather than saving.
See Also Edit
|The 100 Book Series|
- ↑ Entertainment Weekly (May 9, 2016) “Kass Morgan to Continue The 100 Series with 'Rebellion'”