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The sequel to the action-packed Reboot is a can't-miss thrill ride, perfect for fans of James Patterson and Marie Lu.
After coming back from death as Reboots and being trained by HARC as soldiers, Wren and Callum have finally escaped north, where they hope to find a life of freedom. But when they arrive at the Reboot reservation, it isn't what they expected. Under the rule of a bloodthirsty leader, Micah, the Reboots are about to wage an all-out war on the humans. Although Wren's instincts are telling her to set off into the wilderness and leave the battle far behind, Callum is unwilling to let his human family be murdered. When Micah commits the ultimate betrayal, the choice is made for them. But Micah has also made a fatal mistake—he's underestimated Wren and Callum.
The explosive finale to the Reboot duology is full of riveting action and steamy love scenes as Wren and Callum become rebels against their own kind.
I keep re-reading this story. I am 100% in love with it. I highly recommend it to everyone.
I don't have much to say about this one.
What I liked:
There was more world building and everything was tied up nicely. I find that with most of these kinds of novels when everything falls apart and they put it back together I'm left thinking "What!?" I hate feeling unsatisfied, so I'm glad it didn't disappoint.
Riley was awesome! I loved his character and I liked seeing Wren interact with him. It was really awesome to see her in the trainee role. I'm learning though, that it is dangerous to love a side character.
The villain was logical and at times I was even feeling persuaded to switch sides. It was hard not to see why he felt the way he did and I almost sympathized with him. There was some grey in this novel and I appreciated that. I hate when everything is strictly black and white, because the real world is never like that.
What I didn't like:
Callum's POV didn't sit well with me. I hate when authors start out with one POV and then decide to add more in later. It actually throws me off. I get used to seeing a world through one person's eyes and I tend to become attached to seeing it that way. If you want a smooth and likeable transition then start out that way.
I was bored. With Reboot I couldn't get enough it was almost like watching an action movie at the movie theater. I had the whole at the edge of my seat, heart pounding, motion stalled thing going on. With Rebel it was different. I wanted to fast forward through all of it and just find out how it ended. The novel lacked the luster I found the first one to have.
Overall it wasn't a bad read it just wasn't brag worthy.