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== Notes and Trivia ==
 
== Notes and Trivia ==
 
* ''The 100'', by [[Kass Morgan]] Reached #13 in the New York Times Best Sellers list for the category Young Adult, the week of April 06, 2014.<ref>http://www.nytimes.com/best-sellers-books/2014-04-06/young-adult/list.html</ref>
 
* ''The 100'', by [[Kass Morgan]] Reached #13 in the New York Times Best Sellers list for the category Young Adult, the week of April 06, 2014.<ref>http://www.nytimes.com/best-sellers-books/2014-04-06/young-adult/list.html</ref>
* The plot and characters of the [[The 100 (Book Series)#Books vs. TV Comparison|novels differ from the TV series]].
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'''TV vs Book''':
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* Only Clarke, Wells, Bellamy, Octavia, and their parents appear in both series.
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** Wells' father is the Chancellor in both series.
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** In the books, Clarke's parents, Mary and David, are scientists. In the TV series, her mother, Abby, is the Chief Medical Officer and her father, Jake, is the Senior Environmental Engineer.
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** Bellamy's and Octavia's mother is named Melinda in the books, but named Aurora in the TV series.
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* In the TV series, the space station is called the Ark. In the books, it is called the Colony.
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* In the TV series, Ark residents had been living in space for 97 years, but in the books, the Colony residents had been in space for approximately three hundred years.
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* In the books, the people born on Earth are called Earthborns, whereas they are called Grounders in the TV series.
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* The plot of the novel is different from the one in the TV series.
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* In the TV series, Jake Griffin is executed for wanting to warn everyone about the air leak. In the novels, both of Clarke's parents are arrested and supposedly executed for conducting radiation experiments on unregistered children. In both series, Clarke is arrested for knowledge of her parents' work.
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* In both series, Wells gets himself purposefully arrested to get sent to Earth with Clarke. In the books, Wells did betray Clarke and got her family arrested, whereas the TV series shifted blame to Clarke's mother.
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* In the TV series, Octavia isn't found until she is 16. She is arrested for being a second child. In the books, Octavia is found when she is about five years old, after her and Bellamy's mother commits suicide. She is raised in the care center before being arrested for stealing drugs.
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* In the TV series the Bellamy automatically takes charge of the camp. In the novel, he only really cares about his sister and exploring the forest while hunting. Graham (similar to Murphy but raised in a wealthy family), Wells, and Clarke are the ones to take charge.
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* In the TV series, Wells and Clarke are childhood friends, whereas in the novels they did not meet until they were in their teens and were romantically involved.
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* Wells survives in the books, but he dies in the third episode of the TV series.
   
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==
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