Immunity (Contagion, #2) by Erin Bowman

Immunity (Contagion, #2)

Survivors of a deadly planetary outbreak take on a new, sinister adversary in the white-knuckle sequel to Contagion.Thea, Coen, and Nova have escaped from Achlys, only to find themselves imprisoned on a ship they thought was their ticket to safety. Now the nightmare they thought they’d left behind is about to be unleashed as an act of political warfare, putting the entire galaxy at risk. To prevent an interstellar catastrophe, they’ll have to...

Details Immunity (Contagion, #2)

TitleImmunity (Contagion, #2)
Release DateJul 2nd, 2019
GenreScience Fiction, Young Adult, Horror

Reviews Immunity (Contagion, #2)

  • Tucker
    Many thanks to Wunderkind PR for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review. Another thanks to HarperAudio for sending me an audio file in exchange for an honest reviewThis is going to be a pretty brief review but here it is anyway.I really enjoyed this novel and it had a very satisfying ending. Something I was honestly worried about, as all of my recent science fiction reads have been very disappointing. But we’re not here to talk abou...
  • destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries]
    #1 Contagion #2 Immunity They were monsters together now, forever altered by the contagion they'd encountered on Achlys.If you've been around a while, you might remember my sudden and vocal obsession with the first book in this duology last year. I love sci-fi/horror crossover tales, and Contagion immediately cemented itself as one of my favorites. Between the characters, the plot, Erin's quick and fun writing, and the legitimately awful nature ...
  • Kal ★ Reader Voracious
    This duology is unputdownable: I devoured this book in essentially one sitting.Chances are that you've heard me yell about how much I loved Contagion. Considering the first book in this duology was one of my top 5 reads for 2018, I was equal parts nervous and excited because my own expectations sometimes ruin a book for me. But I didn't need to worry. Immunity is an action-packed, smart, and satisfying end to the story. Immunity raises the stakes...
  • Stephani Beltran
    This was a highly anticipated book for me as Contagion was a 5 star read. Full review to come soon but 4 solid stars for sure.
  • asbah
    *ALL SPOILERS ARE MARKED*this really is one of the most satisfying duologies that i’ve read in a while. i absolutely loved the first book; its zombie-esque atmosphere, the suspense, the action. immunity is a little different in the sense that it is more about the survival and logical aspect of it, instead of the exploring. i really liked it though. i assume some people would want to stay for the thrills and creepiness, but if you're expecting t...
  • Alaina
    Ugh, cliffhangers.I feel like I flew through my audio of Immunity. Seriously, it went by so fast that I'm slightly peeved that it's over. Besides that, I still freaking love Coen and Thea because I am all about those two getting better acquainted (if you know what I mean). Then there's Nova and Amber and ugh.. I just can't. Seriously I love all of these characters but some of the stuff that went down was insane.I wouldn't necessarily say that thi...
  • Lata
    Not sure: 3-3.5 stars. I’m annoyed by a plot point I found implausible, which was critical to moving the story forward.
  • Yodamom
    I really enjoyed the first book, loved the tension, the mystery the action, it worked with the characters and their world fit very well. This one didn't. The main characters seemed to have reverted in age and common sense. The story became ridiculous. It was filled with fantastical moments all just when needed, the eye rolling almost gave me a headache. I wished I'd left it at book 1, it was ending enough.
  • Justine
    Not as good as the first book, Contagion, but not bad.
  • Adah Udechukwu
    Immunity is a five star novel. It is a worthy end to the duology.
  • Katerina Kondrenko
    7 out of 10 A bit worse than the first installment. Still fast-paced, still nicely written, but I'd prefer it to be a story about a virus and zombies instead of an open-world story. Also too much romance. I'm shocked I say it! I'm always up for kissing and tension, but I needed horror here. Despite the cons, I liked this series much. Yes, it has genre cliches, but everything is tropes, so... Hope the author would write more stories in the style o...
  • Courtney (bookplaces)
    I liked this, but not as much as Contagion. It was still a fast-paced page turner, but it was a little convenient and predictable. Would recommend for those who need to know what happens at the end of Contagion!
  •  LEAH⇢
    MY RATING 4 STARS | GRADE B+FEATURINGDuologyDeadly Virus With Some Being Immune-ishTelepathy & Super Human StrengthTween RomanceDeep SpaceInterstellar TravelingBook #1 Rating5STARSWith Audio Performed by Amy McFadden MY THOUGHTSContagion, the first book absolutely blew me away. The Zombie-Esque virus, the scary intense action, the mystery of what the flip is going on. Unfortunately, Immunity dragged a bit for me...without giving away any spoiler...
  • ❀ Crystal ✿ -
    For the first 50% I was livid. I wasn’t hating the book but damn if the circumstances didn’t have me plotting the brutal deaths of a number of characters. Even Thea and Coen pissed me off, making smart moves but then even dumber ones that only made their situation worse. I’m still festering an apocalyptic rage at Burke and even Ambers father, Dr. Farraday. Regardless of the circumstances there is something so unimaginable about people who c...
  • Morgan
    1) Contagion: (4.5)2) Immunity: I can confidently say that Immunity, a good book by itself, did not live up to its predecessor, Contagion. I don’t want to give the impression that Immunity isn't a good book, because it is, Immunity just had an intensely different feel from Contagion and had a considerably smaller amount of ‘deep space horror’ that it didn't resonate in my mind as Contagion did. Contagion - along with the Illuminae Files Tr...
  • Shelley
    *Source* Publisher*Genre* Young Adult, SyFy*Rating* 4.0*Thoughts*Immunity is the second and final installment in author Erin Bowman's Contagion duology. Immunity picks up right where Contagion left off. Althea Sadik, Coen Rivli, and Nova Singh thought they had survived the evil they faced on the planet Achlys. They were wrong. Althea and Coen are forever altered by the Psychrobacter achli contagion and are now lab experiments and prisoners onboar...
  • Alexia | Right Writing Words
    Hi! Welcome to my review of Immunity by Erin Bowman!The spoiler-free review:I can’t even remember how I came across Contagion (the prequel for Immunity) but I absolutely loved it. It was scary, the stakes were high and the characters could not be trusted.I couldn’t wait for the next book and then it finally arrived! Seven months of waiting and now it’s over!We follow Thea, Coen, and Nova as they find themselves onboard the ship they thought...
  • Shannon (It Starts At Midnight)
    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight I liked and enjoyedContagion , butImmunitydefinitely took the series to the next level! And now, I am going to tell you why I thought that this book really outdid its predecessor, which let's be real, is a rare feat! •The stakes are higher than ever, which is actually saying a lot! I mean, the plot of book 1 is space zombie virus, so....
  • Andrea
    Thea, Coen and Nova were rescued from the disaster that was the planet Achlys, but aboard the military vessel they face even worse dangers. Nova must recover from being incorrectly taken out of cryo-freezing which results in her slipping into a coma where she relives memories with Dylan. Coen and Thea are imprisoned and experimented on as the revolutionaries hope to use their enhanced abilities to make super soldiers. I loved seeing Thea and Coen...
  • Erin
    I read this second instalment in one day, partly because it’s just so damn easy to read, and partly because I HAD to know how the story ended. Immunity is just as fast-paced as the first book, but is a little less action-packed and not as captivating nor as creepy. However, it is still quite an enjoyable story. My major gripes is that the story took a lot of time to build up. Whereas in Contagion we were plunged straight in. The other is the ...
  • Aly
    Okay, first off I didn't like this nearly as much as the first book. It lacked the horror aspect of the previous book. It wasn't as intense, scary, hold your breath like before. There were almost no infected people to worry about, it was just the radical group wanting to use Thea and Coen for their own purposes. I didn't hate it, I liked seeing Coen and Thea get closer and form a bond and Nova and Amber were cute too. The pacing was slower and I ...
  • Ashlee » Library In The Country
    This book definitely had a different feel to it than Contagion but I thoroughly enjoyed it! Erin did a good job of tying the story up nicely and basically giving me everything I had hoped for!
  • Amber (The Book Bratz)
    The full review + more can be found at The Book Bratz After the ending of Contagion I was screaming for the next book because: THAT ENDING! There were so many unanswered questions, things that happened and so many "what the hell" moments that it was almost painful to wait for Immunity. But I can tell you that that wait was worth it. Immunity was everything I hoped for it to be and more and was a perfect ending to an amazing series.Thea, Coen and ...
  • Larissa (Book Bosomed Blonde)
    Actual Rating 3.5Another quick and engaging read by erin bowman. I really enjoyed this sequel to contagion nd i felt like a lot of the questions that lingered from the first book were answered, and the world and science really expanded in this one. Ive come to really appreciate the characters and diversity of each of them. Overall it was a really fun and quick read that i quite enjoyed, and i look forward to reading more by her in the future.
  • Jackie
    I’ve never been so upset after reading a sequel. “Immunity” follows the survivors of book 1 as the navigate a world where Radicals hope to use the contagion in their blood as a weapon and with time running out and the risk of infection increasing with each new blood sample they must link up with an unlikely ally if they ever wish to return to live out a normal life. This book suffers from something I see all too often in sci fi books where ...
  • Ciara
    Aahhhskdjrjeirijgnfndjeieidi whoa whOa wHoA WHOA S H O O Kthis book almost brought me to tears which is very rare for me (to b fair it was 1am and I get more hyped after midnight) also for the first time in years I was able to sit and read for more than an hour at a time wow I binge read this it was unbelievableI’m SHAKING THIS BOOK WAS SO AMAZINGLY HEART-WRENCHINGLY AWESOMEI gotta say most duologies feel incomplete or unnecessary or imbalanced...
  • Natalie
    I really enjoyed this sci fi duology. I think I like the first one more, but this one was still really good. The first one is definitely sci fi horror, while this one is more sci fi action and adventure. I enjoyed the multiple perspectives, and the romances were really well done. There was a lot of action and excitement, and I liked seeing it all come together. The inside cover is basically a spoiler though - don’t read it if you want to be sur...
  • Nicole Alycia
    Such a great duology! This book definitely started out a bit slower than the first one but the ending did not disappoint! It had its moments where it was just as action packed and suspenseful as the first book! But I don’t know how I feel about the ending ending .... I don’t know if it was meant to set something else up or if I’m just reading too much into it and am a little curious about the ending But it was a great series and I highly re...
  • Carly
    I was very excited about reading this book. Contagion was one of my favorites from last year. Immunity was slightly disappointing. I was hoping for it to be more thrilling and exciting and scary. It wasn’t any of that. It was slow at parts and the plot seemed to be dragged out, and the ending was very abrupt. I did like it though. Mostly because of the characters. I loved Thea and Coen. I like their relationship.