Reviews by Tag: rebellion

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Dark Age by Pierce Brown

Dark Age

By Pierce Brown
4
Rated by
Anonymous
Sep 30, 2022

Dark Age is a dystopian science fiction novel written by Pierce Brown which follows the first
trilogy with a sequel trilogy. Following multiple perspectives we see an ex-soldier named
Ephriam stuck in a horrible situation with the Obsidians and a shift in power. Lysander au Lune,
the heir in exile to the Sovereign, becomes the very thing Darrow feared. With the Romulus
Family and Alexandrea he attempts to wage war with the Repaer. Lyra, continues to discover all

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Iron Gold by Pierce Brown

Iron Gold

By Pierce Brown
4
Rated by
Anonymous
Sep 30, 2022

Iron Gold is a dystopian science fiction novel written by Pierce Brown which follows the first
trilogy with a sequel trilogy. Following multiple perspectives we see an ex-soldier name Ephriam
broken by grief and is forced to steal the most valuable thing in the galaxy or pay with his life.
Lysander au Lune, the heir in exile to the Sovereign, wanders the stars with his mentor,
Cassius, haunted by the loss of the world that Darrow transformed, and dreaming of what will

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Red Rising by Pierce Brown

Red Rising

By Pierce Brown
4
Rated by
Anonymous
Sep 30, 2022

Red Rising is a dystopian science fiction novel written by Pierce Brown. The story is about a boy
name Darrow who is a low born miner in Mars who infiltrates the upper class Golds to free his
low class Reds from oppression. The different classes are separated into colors such as low
class colors: Red and Brown and high class colors: Gold and Silver. The only way Darrow can
become a Peerless Scarred and a Gold who can have true power is to be tested in a battle

Teen Review
Live in Infamy by Caroline Tung Richmon

Live in Infamy

By Caroline Tung Richmond
3
Rated by
Jillian K.
Apr 2, 2022

In an alternate reality where the Axis powers won World War Two, current day United States has been taken over by Japanese forces and Europe by the Nazis. Ren Cabot is living in what would be California with only his father, bitter that the government killed his mother after she committed treason. The government is controlling of its people, and is only benefiting those in power, so there are many groups trying to undermine them. Mr.

Teen Review
Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

Mockingjay

By Suzanne Collins
3
Rated by
Anna S.
Jan 19, 2022

In the third and final book of The Hunger Games series, Katniss is in her new home of district 13. After Katniss returned from the quarter quell Peeta was left to the capitol. Katniss misses him dearly and is mentally out of it. Katniss now also has the stress of leading the rebels in a rebellion and being their mockingjay. Katniss will need to show the people of Panem how much she cares for them and Panem’s future. Will Panem become better than ever, or crumble to pieces?

Teen Review
Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

Catching Fire

By Suzanne Collins
5
Rated by
Anna S.
Jan 11, 2022

In the second book of The Hunger Games series Katniss is dealing with the aftermath of surviving The Hunger Games. She is very glad to be back home but nothing feels quite right. People in district 12 are being beaten, she is supposed to get married soon, a rebellion is starting, and her relationship with Peeta is almost invisible. Katniss and Peeta need to truly convince the citizens of Panem that they are madly in love. Katniss is dealing with all of this when the Quarter Quell challenge is announced.

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