The end is nigh for the adventurous DEFIANCE trilogy by C.J. Redwine and before you round out your collection with a copy of Deliverance. Baalboden has been ravaged. The brutal Commander’s whereabouts are unknown. And Rachel, grief stricken over her father’s death, needs. Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. Redwine’s romantic dystopian adventure, which she began with Defiance (), continues at a brisk and well-managed pace.
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Deception is full of action, emotions, small steamy scenes, healing, friendship, betrayal, secrets and fighting against all odds. Redwine stinks at writing a mystery novel. Previous Post Book Review vs. Redwine weaved together a story with strong characters without falling into holes of cliches. Just because you want to be strong doesn’t mean you actually are.
You are commenting using your Twitter account. Great characters, writing and story.
She later finds out her father indeed died. Quinn is the warm hearted guy who’s life goal is to protect Rachel and blah blah blah. I think every page had some basic factual fail that had me rolling my eyes. I don’t know why it took me so long to pick up the sequel. I almost felt embarrassed for Rachel and then wanted to yell at her. It was the same old dystopian world that’s present in other YA books — there was a city Baalboden surrounded by deceptioj wall to keep out some really bad thing, there was the stereotypical evul-power-hungry-commander guy in charge, there were secrets about how the c.j.redsine Spoilers Meh, just another below average YA book.
The twists and turns and surprises were bigger and better than I anticipated. Unlike most middle books, Deception has admirable character growth and a strong, full plot. Olive skin, wears hair in a braid, sarcastic, brilliant with a bow and arrow This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
It’s so obvious who the traitor is that my dog could’ve figured it out. It kind of slow in the beginning, though it will get addictive, plot-twists will be thrown to you. I do hope c.j.redwibe get a different Rachel in the next book.
I’ve noticed in a lot of fantasy and dystopian sequels I read they tend to be able to fall into the survival category. All in all, I didn’t find it entertaining… There needed to be more twists and turns, and less cliches. And the some secrets were discovered, quite unexpected really 3.
Deception (Defiance, #2) by C.J. Redwine
Logan wakes her up, begging her to talk to him, let him in. Notify me of new posts via email. To see how in love they were, and how they supported each other. Now…on to the decfption at hand!
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Redwine 34 Apr 12, Will definitely be reading the last book in this trilogy for sure. This is like book one all over again; Rachel kidnapped, Logan imprisoned.
And Rachel, grief stricken over her father’s death, needs Logan more than ever. But nothing comes easy for our group as they are chased through the Wasteland by the Commanders army and als I can’t decide if I like this book better than the first or not.
You are commenting using your WordPress. Jan 05, Bella Grace marked it as to-read. Their rich back story, their sibling love and protectiveness, how devoted they are to Rachel and Logan, and the knowledge and power they bring with their friendship and alliance.
Book Talk: Deception by CJ Redwine
I never had a doubt that their would be but I’m happy it was clarified in this book that Quinn and Rachel would have a platonic relationship. Willow is pretty much Katniss. But Rachel is an entirely different story altogether.
Only the truly devoted will feel like joining the slog. Erika Castle Author, artist, southern woman, witty tag line extraordinaire! Although read Defiance first. But I do know that what we saw the Cursed One was hecka legit.
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A few particular really stole the show in my opinion. The ruthless Commander is back to claim the tech device and he has paired up with another city-state. Although I was actually really sad we didn’t see more decepton him. Despite that, I couldn’t help but feel betrayed by the character when my suspicions were confirmed. It starts off, starts a chugging and then we are on full speed ahead.
Quinn and Willow are by far my favorite secondary characters. I think they just needed to talk less, travel faster, and condense this into a duology and this would have been a great series!
The whole plot deceptiln as follows: He was a crazy bastard who gave me the chills in the first book, so I was a little let down that he wasn’t as present in the story despite the whole plot being propelled by him. I feel like Deception falls into that category but I didn’t feel like that at all. He’s still as ridiculously smart, scientific and swoony as he was in Defiance.