I Am Number Four: The Lost Files: The Last Days of Lorien (Lorien Legacies: The Lost Files Book 5)

In this stunning 144-page prequel novella to the New York Times bestselling I Am Number Four series, discover what really happened in the final days of the doomed planet from the eyes of Sandor—who would go on to become the reluctant Cêpan to Number Nine.

Sandor was tired of being a teenager, tired of going to school and obeying his teachers and playing by his parents' rules. He enjoyed breaking the rules rather than following them. But when he makes one mistake too many, Sandor's life takes an unexpected turn, and he is forced join the Lorien Defense Academy.

Sandor had never believed in the crazy idea that Lorien needed to defend itself—Lorien was a peaceful planet, with no apparent enemies. But when Mogadorians suddenly attack, Sandor learns how real that threat was. Now Sandor is one of only a handful of Loric left alive, and the fate of Lorien is in their hands.

Kindle Edition, 93 pages
Published on April 9, 2013 by HarperCollins
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  • jasonl20
    jasonl20Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at 1:01 am55 stars
    This is a fantastic book and I recommend all the ones who like adventure books to check it out. At the start of the book, Sandor the main character is a student from an academy. Sandor isn't a good student, but very smart. He got ways to party in the night club underage and not being found by the teachers. One time when Sandor is partying, another type of race Mogadorians attacked Sandor's planet. It ended up that the attack is too much for Lorien, Sandor is smart and chosen to become the last survivors of Lorien. Going to Earth and survive the Mogadorians. I would like to know how it is feel like to leave your hometown and knowing that you are probably not coming back. I will be sad and terrified. Going to another planet without being trained. What happen if you got discovered by the Mogadorians. What happen if you don't make it back home. The feeling of being hunted is something that I don't like. But in a situation like that, I don't think I have a choice to decide whether being hunted or not. I am lucky enough to be a survivor so I would try to make my people proud by fighting my way back to my homeland again.