The harrowing tale of survival and suspicion takes its most dramatic turn yet when Molly, Yoshi, and the rest discover that there are more than just monsters in the rift.
There are other kids, too...
The seven-book mega-series begun by Scott Westerfeld (Uglies) reaches a pivotal turning point as only New York Times bestseller and National Book Award winner Jude Watson could deliver!
Bonus: Play the action-packed HORIZON game for free on your browser, tablet, or phone. Each book in the series unlocks exclusive rewards. Do you have what it takes to survive?
About the Author
Jude Watson is the author of five 39 Clues books, Beyond the Grave, In Too Deep, Vespers Rising, A King's Ransom, and Mission Titanic, along with the bestselling Star Wars: Last of the Jedi and Jedi Quest series. As Judy Blundell, she wrote What I Saw and How I Lied, the 2008 winner of The National Book Award for Young People's Literature. She lives in Katonah, New York, with her husband and daughter.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Team Killbot is back in Book 3 of the Horizon series! After surviving a supernatural plane crash, and braving a deadly red desert, the group has stumbled upon a real camp, with real people! It seems as if they're not the only ones after all. The musicians have a similar story to the group; they crashed in the Arctic and have been here ever since. However, as the two teams get to know each other, Team Killbot gets the sneaking suspicion that these musicians aren't what they seem. There's something off about their language, and their style; can the group find out what's wrong before their lives are taken? I was pretty thrilled to read this book. After devouring the first and second books in record time, I was ready for the next installment. I was a bit skeptic about the tangent into time that the book took, but I took it in stride. I'm glad I did, because I think this book was the best one of the whole series! The characters were developed wonderfully, and the plot was just as suspenseful as ever. Usually I don't like survival books or supernatural books, but Horizon pulls it off with finesse. The new characters and plot lines are expertly woven into the already mysterious settings of the previous two books, with almost no plot holes! Overall, this book was wonderfully written, with your heart racing with every turn of the page. Even if you usually don't like survival books, give this book a try. You just might be surprised when you stay up all night Reviewed by Salonee V., age 12, Metropolitan Washington Mensa