The children of the FAYZ (Fallout Alley Youth Zone) are determined to survive. After everyone fifteen years and older suddenly disappeared from Perdido Beach, California a year ago, the children there were faced with hunger, lies, sickness, and now fear. Some kids developed special abilities and powers while animals started to mutate. The very first day, in which all of the adults vanished, a dome appeared, trapping the children in Perdido Beach from the outside world. Now, the dome is slowly turning black, threatening to make the world of the FAYZ completely dark. Everyone is terrified, wondering what will happen once the dome goes completely black. One of these people is Sam Temple, one of the leaders of the FAYZ. He and his fraternal twin brother, Caine, share the responsibility of running the FAYZ. Sam is responsible for the children living by Lake Tramonto while Caine rules the kids living by the beach. Both brothers are the most powerful children in the FAYZ, for now. Later, Diana Ladris tells Sam that she is pregnant and Caine is the father. Everyone is anticipating the birth. They’re wondering just how powerful the baby is going to be with Caine (a telekinetic) as the father, but Diana is worried. She has been pregnant for only four months, but she looks like she is due any day now. One interesting part of the book is when the dome turns entirely black. This is a horrible and terrifying time for the children of the FAYZ because Diana is going into labor, coyotes attack the kids living by Lake Tramonto, and the people outside the FAYZ are planning to destroy the dome by using a nuclear bomb. Sam and Caine must put aside their differences and work together to save the kids of the FAYZ. The genre of Fear is considered to be science fiction/thriller, and it is the fifth book in the “Gone” series. Anyone who enjoys books that involve supernatural powers, action, and scenes that will leave you terrified will love Fear. I know I did.