Dystopia, Five Stars, Series, Young Adult

Rebel (Legend, #4)

Rebel by Marie Lu

Published by Roaring Book Press on October 1, 2019

Genres: Dystopia, Young Adult, Science Fiction

Pages: 376

Because, sometimes, being patriotic means calling out the problems rotting away your country.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

A long-anticipated finale to the Legend series that I only ever dreamed of coming true. Yet somehow incredibly puissant read while watching all that is happening in the world today.

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Book Reviews, Dystopia, Five Stars, My Favorites, Series, Young Adult

Champion (Legend, #3)

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Champion by Marie Lu

Published by Putnam Juvenile on November 5, 2013

Genres: Young Adult, Dystopian, Sci-Fi

Pages: 369

“Sometimes, the sun sets earlier. Days don’t last forever, you know. But I’ll fight as hard as I can. I can promise you that.”

 

A great series comes to an even greater end. Continue reading “Champion (Legend, #3)”

Book Reviews, Dystopia, Five Stars, My Favorites, Series, Young Adult

Prodigy (Legend, #2)

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Prodigy by Marie Lu

Published by Putnam Juvenile on January 29, 2013

Genres: Dystopia, Young Adult, Sci-Fi

Pages: 371

 

I want to run. To do what I always do, have always done, for the last five years of my life. Escape, flee into the shadows. But this time, I stand my ground. I’m tired of running.

 

This book is an emotional rollercoaster. Continue reading “Prodigy (Legend, #2)”

Book Reviews, Dystopia, Four Stars, My Favorites, Series, Young Adult

Legend (Legend, #1)

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Legend by Marie Lu

Published by Putnam Juvenile on November 29, 2011

Genres: Dystopian, Young Adult, Sci-Fi

Pages: 305

“Each day means a new twenty-four hours. Each day means everything’s possible again. You live in the moment, you die in the moment, you take it all one day at a time.” He looks toward the railway car’s open door, where streaks of dark water blanket the world. “You try to walk in the light.”

Wow, wow, wow.

This book took me a while to actually get around to, but once I did I finished it in two sittings. Continue reading “Legend (Legend, #1)”