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Rebel Born (Secondborn Book 3) (English Edition) Kindle-editie
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Roselle faces a mind-reeling showdown with the deep state agent controlling her psyche in the Wall Street Journal bestselling conclusion to the Secondborn series.
Roselle St. Sismode is many things: victim of a conspiracy, unwilling host of an ever-evolving mind algorithm, spy for a rebel army, and heir to the Fate of Swords. As a warrior, she’s also the anticipated main event at the Secondborn Trials. When the opening ceremonies erupt in chaos, Roselle is abducted by a sadistic agent with a diabolical plan: transform Roselle into a mind-controlled assassin to topple society. But a rogue scientist has implanted Roselle with a genius technology that is far more powerful. It renders her untouchable. Faster. Stronger. And maybe immortal.
With her enhanced abilities come the highest stakes yet, as Roselle confronts shifting realities at every turn as well as her own mother’s stunning betrayal. Racing against time with a determined resistance group, can Roselle overthrow the forces of destruction and reclaim the most valuable of commodities—her humanity?
Over de auteur
Amy A. Bartol is the Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author of the Kricket series, the Premonition series, and the two previous novels in the Secondborn series: Traitor Born and Secondborn. She has won numerous awards for her writing and been nominated for several more. She lives in Michigan with her husband and two sons. For more on Amy and her work, visit her website, www.amyabartol.com.--Deze tekst verwijst naar de library editie.
- ASIN : B073FBWZ9S
- Uitgever : 47North (4 juni 2019)
- Taal : Engels
- Bestandsgrootte : 4908 KB
- Tekst-naar-spraak : Ingeschakeld
- Schermlezer : Ondersteund
- Verbeterd lettertype : Ingeschakeld
- X-Ray : Ingeschakeld
- Word Wise : Ingeschakeld
- Printlengte : 332 pagina's
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This was such a massive disappointment after the first two novels, after becoming invested in the MC and actually caring who she would end up with romantically (when I usually hate "love triangles") only for it to be copped out and the choice is fixed with the parallel universe. Overall, a big disappointment.
It absolutely blows your mind. As a reader, you go from the modern science world straight to gods roamed the earth to other worlds/dimensions.
Books one and two were purely science fiction, so a lot of readers were shocked and taken off guard when the author brought the fantasy in. (Book is clearly marked sci-fi/ fantasy) However, throughout the previous books, gods were mentioned; it wasn't a far-off adventure as some might have thought. I enjoyed the diversity and oddity; it made for excellent escapism.
Easy to follow, the science fiction wasn't overwhelming or brain numbing. The fantasy was minimal and only gave colour to an already bright story.
The beginning was suspense and action, but it slowed somewhat in the middle to a leisure read rather than the angst driven plot. But the ending was a rush. Jumping from here to there and then nothing. It is almost like there is supposed to be a continuation. Then, we have the epilogue that brings us to a finality to the book, but not the story.
Exceedly good character development with a few old characters popping in.
Well written and easy read. A good end to a wonderful series.
Rebelborn was diffierent for me though. I didn’t enjoy it as much, a lot of the events seemed improbable and the outcomes sort of impossible.
The ending also seemed to be babying the reader a little too much, yes, I was sad to see my favourite character die but I would have gotten over it and it would have made a much better book in my opinion. It felt like an ending of convenience, not what I would have expected to happen. And also incredibly rushed. Rebelborn was a fine book but not what I was expecting based on the previous books.