War is coming -- and there are too many sides to this war to count. After saving the citizens of New Bethlehem from nuclear destruction, the gang returns to Miss O's to find Lemon Fresh gone. Diesel and Grimm, the "freaks" of the group, head to CityHive to rescue her. Cricket and Abe stay with the missiles. And Zeke, Solomon, and . . .
Lemon Fresh, Ezekiel, and Cricket have been dismissed from Evie's life and booted out of Babel. But they don't get far before Cricket's new body shuts down, and they realize his battery is dead. Ezekiel decides to run back to Babel for a replacement, but splitting up is never a good idea. Lemon is kidnapped by a BioMaas hunter, and Cricket's body is . . .
Eve's life hasn't been the same since her entire family was murdered in front of her. Though she doesn't remember much about her old life, that final day still haunts her nightmares. That was two years ago. Now, she lives on an island junkyard with her grandpa, her robo-dog Kaiser, her robotic sidekick Cricket, and her . . .
It’s been months since the Carls have disappeared—and April May along with them. Most people think she’s dead, but her friends still have hope. Especially when they start receiving mysterious books that seem to predict the future. Andy has since become somewhat internet famous himself, speaking at conferences and online about the post-Carl . . .
The squad it back...for the most part. But there's no time to grieve for their losses. Aurora still doesn't know how to control her powers, but now that she knows she's the Trigger, she's going to have to learn. And fast. All while hunting for the Weapon. Ya know, to save the galaxy from the evil Ra'haam, which is about to take over the universe and all. Speaking of . . .
In 2380, Tyler Jones is finally graduating from Aurora Academy. Top of his class, he knows he'll have first pick in assembling his dream team. That is, until he almost dies rescuing Aurora Jie-Lin O'Malley, a girl stuck in cryosleep aboard a centuries-lost spacecraft. That stunt puts him dead last, meaning his squad is now comprised of everyone else who . . .
Jasmine "Jazz" Bashara lives on the moon colony called Artemis. She's lived there practically her entire life with her welder father. At twenty-six years old, she lives in poverty and makes her money smuggling things from Earth to the wealthier residents of Artemis. One of those residents, a billionaire with a new scheme up his sleeve, recruits Jazz for an illegal . . .
In 2018, a New York cop named Barry fails to stop the suicide of a woman claiming to have FMS (False Memory Syndrome). The disease causes people to experience memories of a life they never lived, even though it feels more real than their current life. No one knows how it’s contracted or spread, but when Barry experiences his first . . .
War has come. And not just between the Mayor and the Mistress, but between humans and the Spackle. And in the middle of it all remains Todd and Viola, who both want peace---between everyone---but have no idea how to achieve it. As all hell breaks loose, and Todd and Viola aren't even sure if they can trust one . . .
Todd wakes to find his worst nightmare: Viola is gone, and he himself is at the mercy of Mayor (It's President, now, Todd) Prentiss. Mayor Prentiss has learned exactly how to control Todd: he uses Viola against him, and Todd has no choice but to let him. As Todd begins to succumb to the Mayor's new way of life, Viola is learning her own . . .