Tuesday, October 04, 2016

ReMade 1.3 - Home Perilous Home - Review

You live. You love. You die. Now RUN. ReMade.

Every minute, 108 people die. 
On October 14th, 2016, from 9:31-9:32 p.m. EDT, 23 of those deaths will be teenagers. 
Now they are humanity’s last hope for survival. 

Awakened in a post-apocalyptic world and hunted by mechanical horrors, these teens search for answers amidst the ruins of civilization. Fate, love, and loyalty face off in this adrenaline -pumping YA adventure.

ReMade will unfold across 15 episodes. "Home, Perilous Home" is the third episode.

Waking up in a strange and scary new world isn’t necessarily the worst thing, especially when you are grateful to wake up at all. When Nevaeh opened her eyes to find no hospital bed, IV drips, or cancer riddling her body she counted her blessings and sang for joy – happy to face the deadly jungle, killer robots, and (if she’s honest, perhaps the most disheartening) disgruntled companions. They say smiling is the best medicine, but does it still work after death? 





Episode Breakdown 

Nevaeh (Heaven spelled backwards), died from cancer at only 17. She was ready to die, sick of being in pain. So she's one of the few happy to be here. Wherever here happens to be. She's the sweetest character we've come across yet. She wants to help everyone, kind of like the mother of the group.

She's also so innocent that's it cute and sad all at once. She's always trying to keep the peace for everyone, even convinces them to all work together to find some food. Though a bit of hemlock throws her whole plan off. 

She's always wanted to be a nurse though so when Cole breaks his leg falling from a tree trying to catch a tiger. Neveah is placed in charge of his care. She does the only thing she can do but worries if it will be enough as she doesn't know the extent for the break. 

Will Cole be okay? Will the tiger came back for them? Guess we will see in the next one! 

*I received this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*

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