The Extinction Trials Rebel Book Review

The Extinction Trials Rebel Book Cover The Extinction Trials Rebel
The Extinction Trials
S.M. Wilson
Young Adult, Fantasy
Usborne Publishing
February 7th 2019

Betrayal. Sacrifice. Survival. Welcome to The Extinction Trials

Storm and Lincoln's city is burning. The people are starving. The only place left to run is Piloria, the continent of monsters. It's up to Storm and Lincoln to keep their people alive as they colonize this lethal paradise. But will the biggest threat to their survival be the monsters in the jungle...or the ones inside the encampment with them?

The Hunger Games meets Jurassic Park in this wildly popular series filled with action, survival and betrayal.


Oh, how I missed this world and the characters. The Extinction Trials Rebel is such an incredible book. I finished it within a day or two while on holiday and I am so happy. What a fantastic book to finish off the trilogy! It had everything I wanted. Drama, engaging and full of character. the political aspects and tension that drove this book is also well written and made The Extinction Trials Rebel one of the best books.

The story is based mostly on the dinosaur land of Piloria and that had me excited. I wanted to see more of the land and this book provided that in spades. The book begins with the rising panic and despair of Earthasia where food is short and fighting breaks out. Chaos brings people to Piloria to start their new lives.  Of course Stipulators still think they are in charge but they soon find out that that is not the case when you are in a different land.

My sweet little babies are growing up

Of course, there is a lot more of Storm and Lincoln. Their character development is greatly enhanced during Rebel. Storm is still one of my all-time favorite characters in a book. She is still the badass, brave and through Rebel she just grows SO much. My love for her knows no bounds. The way that the book ends also had me thinking a lot and I would love to see another book in the future. I just want more, okay?

Lincoln also stayed true to how he is as a person. He is so loyal to his family and his friends, especially Storm. Watching his character development is also so refreshing and he is a sweetheart. What is also amazing is how the relationship between Lincoln and Storm isn’t really the main focus of the book. It’s a side thing, nothing more.

Overall, I love this book and this series with my whole heart. I am going to miss this world and the characters and everything to do with The Extinction Trials. I really hope that there might be some novella in the future, but until then I will continue to reread this series forever.

READ. THIS. SERIES! If you love Hunger Games and Dinosaurs, READ IT. If you don’t, READ IT, you’ll love it anyway.


One thought on “The Extinction Trials Rebel Book Review”

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