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Because the next attack is more than possible - it's inevitable. No one can anticipate the depths to which the Others will sink - nor the heights to which humanity will rise. Should do for aliens what Twilight did for vampires. You'll read it in one sitting' Bookseller. Yazar: Rick Yancey. I couldn't turn the pages fast enough' The New York Times How do you rid the earth of seven billion humans?

Sammy is placed in squad 53 befriends squadmate Ben Parish, who is coincidentally Cassie's long-lost crush from high school. After the two set out, Cassie and Evan are attacked by a squad from Wright-Patterson, and, after seeing how easily Evan dispatches them, Cassie finds out that Evan killed the silencer who shot her. He then helped her because he had fallen in love and couldn't bring himself to kill her.

The two, though uneasily, coordinate a plan to extract Sammy then begin executing it. While deployed, Ben and his squadmate Ringer start to piece together their true purposes and learn that Wright-Patterson is actually run by the Others. It is revealed that the Others are masquerading as a resistance force, abducting and training the children into a fighting force, which they will deploy as the Fifth Wave to end humanity.

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Ben and Ringer decide to bolt with the rest of squad 53, but Ben insists on going back for Sammy, who was left on base due to his age. Ben and Cassie both enter the base. They eventually run into each other and join each other. They find Sammy, but are taunted and thwarted by the acting commander of the base, Colonel Alexander Vosch. Evan saves them and says his goodbyes to Cassie before he detonates bombs that level the base, though he is lost in the process. Cassie, Ben and Sam ride off with squad 53 as Wright-Patterson is destroyed.

The book was adapted into a film by J Blakeson and Columbia Pictures , under the title The 5th Wave , and was released on January 22, The film was mildly successful, though news is still pending of the production of a sequel. The book becomes much more involved with the members of squad 53 and the character Ringer. The group takes refuge in an old hotel near the ruins of Wright-Patterson, at Cassie's insistence that Evan is still alive.

Ringer sets out to find an alternate route, though it goes awry when she mistakes Teacup, a small girl of the squad, for a silencer, shoots her, and is taken by an approaching helicopter. Evan is revealed to have survived, having been rescued by another silencer named Grace. Evan attempts to kill Grace after he finds out she is hunting Cassie, and though he fails, he manages to flee during an attack by hidden assailants. Evan finds the hotel Cassie is stationed at, though he is shot and knocked out in a misunderstanding with squad Cassie tends to him, while Ben angrily awaits his awakening.

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Later, a helicopter quickly flies over the hotel, and then a small girl, whom Sammy identifies as one Megan, appears. Evan wakes up and warns them that she is rigged with a bomb that explodes when it comes into contact with human breath. Evan and Cassie extract the bomb from Megan's throat. Grace appears and, after a violent confrontation, is killed when Private Poundcake detonates the bomb, killing himself too. The second part of the story follows Private Ringer. She is taken to a base somewhere, similar to Wright-Patterson, and meets the alive-and-well Colonel Vosch.

Vosch constantly thwarts her with mind games and preaches to her a philosophy that "rage is not the answer". She semi-befriends a recruit called Razor, who is aware that Vosch and the staff of the base are indeed the Others. Vosch installs Ringer with a piece of technology, the "twelfth system", that enhances her strength. He also reveals to Ringer that silencers were never actually Others, just humans planted with fake memories and enhanced by the twelfth system with a link to the alien Mothership.

It is concluded that there are only dozens of true Others in the world, and that the Mothership is the last remnant of their society programmed with the goal of eradicating humans. Ringer and Razor attempt to escape, though Razor secretly conspired with Vosch, and they were being monitored the entire time. Ringer learns, neutralizes Razor, and runs off, but not fast enough to evade Vosch, who incapacitates her. Razor is ordered to rejuvenate Ringer, though he does more and the two sleep in a rough, hazy love.

When they arrive back on base, Razor kills Teacup, whom Vosch used as a bargaining chip, in order to set Ringer free. Razor is shot dead, and Ringer escapes the base. As the novel closes, Cassie and squad 53 recover from the bomb that destroyed the hotel, when Evan, weak and exhausted, emerges from the woods. The book was noted for its dark appeal, and was released to the same good reception as its predecessor. The closing chapter of the story of the series. The fifth wave is still commencing, or so the characters believe.

Ringer and Evan know that once Vosch and the other few Others are withdrawn from the surface, the mothership will drop massive bombs on the surface to obliterate any trace of humanity left on Earth.

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Cassie and squad 53 settle in the dead silencer Grace's former home. Ringer returns to Vosch knowing that he will kill Ben Parish and the rest of squad 53 if she does not kill the persistently rebellious Evan Walker for him. She takes a helicopter to the town that the squad stationed themselves in and is attacked by a silencer. She is met by Ben after the silencer is killed, and the two head to the house.

Ringer immediately attempts to kill Evan, but they are interrupted by an incoming helicopter. Evan realizes why Ringer intended to kill him and he submits and is taken.

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The group devise a plan to not only save Evan but to end the Others permanently. Cassie and Ringer infiltrate the base via a hijacked helicopter. Ringer detonates several bombs to incite chaos on the base, and, after many complications, they reach the command center of the base. Ben, having stayed behind to protect Sam and Megan, is attacked by a patrol and the three are taken back to the base.

Cassie and Ringer attempt to find Evan's data on the CPU to locate him, though they do not know how to sift through each cell individually, and so Cassie downloads the data of every logged person to her own head to find it. She learns everything there is to know about anything who was ever downloaded in the CPU, and she learns the codes and layout of the base.

Evan arrives, now completely devoid of humanity at the hands of the twelfth system. He fights Ringer disables her easily. However, he walks into a trap when Cassie drops a live electric cable on the wet surface beneath him as a result of the sprinkler system. Ringer wakes up to see Vosch, who has become attached to her and wishes to bring her with him in his extraction pod. The conversation is only a decoy from Ringer, allowing Cassie to shoot and kill him from behind.

Cassie then uses the knowledge she gained to open Vosch's escape pod and she ascends into the sky. Ringer gets ahold of a device from Vosch that will electrocute any soldier with a tracking implant in them. Without much else of a choice, she activates it. Ben, Sam, and Megan dive out of their helicopter as the soldiers and pilot die, and they realize Cassie and Ringer must still be alive. Cassie, now ascending to the mothership, has a chance to glimpse the memories that she now has from tens of thousands of people.

She begins to truly think about what humanity is worth, when the pod nears the Mothership. She takes out an explosive pill from her pocket that Vosch originally gave to Ringer so she could kill herself rather than be destroyed in the bombs of the fifth wave. She bites down on the pill, and the Mothership explodes.

Ben and the kids witness this to their sorrow and delight. They enter the base and find Ringer paralyzed on the floor.

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Some time later, the group has settled down in a house in Marble Falls, with Ben and Ringer raising Sam and Megan like their own children, and Evan the twelfth system having kept him alive and the group having restored his memories and humanity with the CPU watches over them. Seeing no future for himself there, he sets off away from the four, on a mission to kill every single silencer and fifth waver there is left in the world.

Cassiopeia "Cassie" Marie Sullivan - the main protagonist of the series. Her namesake is the constellation Cassiopeia.


Both of her parents died in the first four waves. She is seventeen years old and is described as a short, strawberry-blonde girl with average features. Evan Walker - a farm boy from rural Ohio. All of his family and girlfriend was killed in the third wave by the Red Death. Earlier in his life at a carnival, he meets Grace, who is the only person he finds to be like him, an Other.

He saves Cassie after she is shot by an Other sniper, the "Silencer". Cassie soon finds out that Evan is actually the Silencer who shot her and is not truly human. He is described as being a tall boy, at least eighteen or nineteen years old, being very muscular with chocolate-brown hair.

Cassie also notes his soft hands. He develops strong feelings for Cassie, and so does she. Though, these feelings are strained when Cassie learns that Evan is an Other.

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Evan is rescued by Grace, who tries to seduce him, though, after they are attacked and Grace is wounded, he makes his way to Cassie. Grace, however follows him there.

Poundcake blows up the hotel while Evan is still inside, and it is not clear if he survives. However, at the end of The Infinite Sea , he emerges from the woods to find Cassie. Benjamin "Ben" Thomas Parish or "Zombie" - the varsity quarterback of the football team at Cassie's school. Cassie secretly had a crush on him.

His family was killed during the first four waves by a group of psychotic looters. He is crushed by the fact that he ran while his baby sister was killed. He keeps a locket with a photo of her. He becomes a member of Camp Haven's makeshift army, not knowing that they are The Others though he eventually finds out , taking the nickname "Zombie". After one of his squadmates goes crazy, or "Dorothy", Private Ringer replaces him.

He obsesses with getting her to smile. Cassie describes him as overall gorgeous. Marika "Ringer" - a member of squad Her father was an Atheist and a chess player. He taught her how to play. Marika's father was usually drunk. Her father is infected with the Red Death and dies of the disease. Marika wandered through the wilderness before forcefully being recruited into Camp Haven's army, where she took the nickname "Ringer".

She is a replacement after Private Tank of Squad 53 went crazy, "Dorothy", and pulled a gun on his squad. Zombie is obsessed with getting Ringer to smile.

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