Read Never Fade read free novels online from your Mobile, Pc. Never Fade is a Science Fiction novel by Alexandra Bracken. The Darkest Minds Series, Book 2. 'A RIVETING EMOTIONAL READ THAT KEPT ME ON THE EDGE!'- Melissa Marr, author of the bestselling Wicked Lovely series, on The Darkest Minds Ruby never asked for the abilities that almost cost her her life. Other kids in the Children's League call. I really love the world that Alexandra Bracken has created in The Darkest Minds and Never is even one of my favorite YA dystopian stories, and I am so energized to see how Bracken chooses to end up this trilogy. I will absolutely be counting down to book 3 and any upcoming.

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The Darkest Minds (The Darkest Minds, #1), Never Fade (The Darkest Minds, #2) , In the Alexandra Bracken – Never Fade (epub, KB). Free download or read online Never Fade pdf (ePUB) (The Darkest Minds Series ). was published in October 15th , and was written by. Never Fade book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Ruby never asked for the abilities that almost cost her her life. Now.

He also affectionately calls Ruby 'Roo', which I find adorable. Those of you who read chapter one already up on Alexandra Bracken's blog know that Vida has quite the potty mouth, which I honestly find refreshing. Actually, the amount of f-bombs dropped in Never Fade is refreshing, because who on earth with a full vocabulary of cuss words would be able to keep them inside while everything went to shit around them?

Unless you are either really Christian or have extremely strict morals, which is kind of what the YA genre is kind of implying-but-not-really with the low level of cursing, I don't know how anyone expects to portray an accurate teenager.

Vida has blue hair, is actually a blue, and throws herself into everything she does.

She's hostile towards Ruby at first, feeling replaced, but she soon realizes that Ruby isn't so different from her. Elder brother of Liam, mentioned in the first book. He is important, but doesn't stick around for the bulk of the book. Frankly, he's an an ass sometimes, and though he cares about Liam, he doesn't really like people to know.

I would say more, but Rest assured, this isn't all the characters in the book who play a major role. Among those who are returning from the Darkest Minds are: Cate,Rob,and Olivia, new ones are: Alban, Jarvin, and Knox.

Oh, and there is at least one member of the Black Betty crew Liam, Chubs, Zu, Ruby other than Ruby in the book, though whether their stay is short or long I shall not say Tee Hee. Never Fade has a ton of twists and turns, most of them are entirely unexpected, so be prepared with tissues and don't read it while eating anything you could choke on.

The ending: On an interesting side note: Well, Alexandra Bracken actually answered that question, saying that all the oranges in TDM series have names relating to the color red, indicating that Oranges are actually more powerful than reds even though the government says otherwise. She said we have to figure out Clancy's on our own, and I'm almost convinced that his initials CG, are for the chemical choking agent,CG, which is destroyed by water and is basically bad news for anyone not armed with a spray gun.

View all 15 comments. Jan 05, Sana rated it it was ok Shelves: Enjoyed this a bit more than the previous one.

Wow, surprisingly, this book wasn't some fucked up road trip! I really enjoyed this one and imo it was a little better than the previous one. Many people said that the first one was the best in the series - which I hated - and the next two books are worse - I liked the second book better, so I have hope that the third book can work out for me. I will definitely be reading it after this horrible cliffhanger for an ending. In the first book, she was a really weak heroine, always crying at small things and NOT kicking butt.

However, in this book, she actually doesn't cry this much and there are small action scenes. I feel like we have a legit story to read in this one. It was fun reading and I enjoyed it. I was bored at some parts and skimmed a couple of pages and some parts in the book just didn't hold my interest. Overall, it was okay, but I just wished it wasn't so long and was a bit more exciting.

View all 28 comments. But not anymore. The first half dragged on and on and really it was kinda boring, then it would go really fast at others. It did make up for it in the last half but damn that was a lot of pages to get through in order for it to hold my attention. But once it did I was hooked. There were a lot fewer plot holes and much better descriptions this time, so that's a plus. The characters are still great though and we meet some new friends.

I love this ragtag group of characters: Ruby has joined with the Children's Leauge and that is where we meet Vida blue , Jude yellow and Nico green. These three are a wonderful addition. Colors and their associated abilities: She is witty, sarcastic as hell, inappropriate and almost everything that comes out of her mouth is offensive in one way or another, she's also very guarded and doesn't show her emotions easily.

Vida is "positively the whipped cream on the sundae of life. Do continue. I was so excited when he came back into the picture. He never ever fails at making me laugh.

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Chubs can be a moody guy at times and he's also a bit of a control freak but Chubs is also brilliant, funny, trusting and extremely loyal. He makes one hell of a good friend! I ship them very very much!!! They'd be perfect together and really they could both use a little love in their lives.

I abso-freakin-lutely love this strange kid. He just melted my heart and turned it into putty. He was so sweet and funny and boisterous. He was also magnetic and you couldn't help but have this fondness for the kid. Jude was one of the main reasons the first half didn't completely suck! I really like that her character keeps growing and maturing throughout this series.

I love her kickass attitude and the protectiveness she has over her friends. She doesn't always make good decisions but that's life. We live and we learn. I missed him, I missed him -oh my God, I missed him so much. Rubby sets out on a secret mission with Jude and later Vida and Chubs join the search to find Liam. Who view spoiler [doesn't know he has the flash drive with sensitive information. Information that could initially close the camps and allow the nation to rebuild.

Road Trip anyone? Gods I missed him so much. I even held a little grudge at Ruby for well you know. Liam was so lost and felt like something was missing and nothing was making any sense. His mind was all muddled up and unclear. The moment Liam came into the book, that was the point in which I was hooked. His personality is entrancing and he just has this charismatic way about him. He just lures you into his web and you're a goner. He's just so charming, compassionate brave and loyal.


I love them together and they have such chemistry between them its almost tangible. You scared the shit out of me! I love Liam's brother. It was nice getting to know him better and like Liam, it was impossible not to like the guy. Also, Cole is view spoiler [a freaking RED hide spoiler ]!! I should have guessed this. I mean all the clues were there but I was completely surprised! I can't wait for more Cole: I saved us. I really do like to hate this asshat. He's cunning, manipulative, untrustworthy and a complete freaking psychopath!!!

But still, he knows how to keep it interesting that's for sure. I will be continuing with this series though and I am excited to see what happens next!

That ending though, OMG it broke my heart into a million little pieces. Okie Dokie on to In The Afterlight. Not because of anything you've said, or done, or anything at all.

I look at you, and I just love you, and it terrifies me. It terrifies me what I would do for you. Jul 18, Jessica rated it it was amazing Shelves: It was so, SO good.

Can't wait to pick up the next novella and then In the Afterlight! Full Review on YouTube: This was a pretty average read for me. I spent the majority of the time being super bored or wondering how any person could possible travel as much as these characters did. The entire book was traveling. Traveling here, traveling there, traveling everywhere.

By the middle I was legit begging the book to give me something more. Every once in a while they would stop their traveling and I'd get irrationally excited that stuff was going to actually happen now. BUT NO. Something or someone was doing s This was a pretty average read for me. Something or someone was doing something across the country and we had to spend 50 pages getting there.

Add in a handful of super close calls of being caught and then inevitably escaping, and you have the basic plot. I actually ended up skimming skipping almost a hundred pages and I found I was easily able to follow the story.

Probably half of this book could have been cut and would have read much better. I also found myself not overly interested in characters because I just wanted them to fucking find Liam already. It all seemed like filler to make us wait until we found him. Everything else seemed unnecessary. It just made the whole thing a bit messy. My final qualm with this book was the raging plot holes. Why could Jude only use his powers in random desperate situations? Why couldn't he help out in between?

Why couldn't Ruby use her superpowers in more than select situations? A lot of the fight scenes wouldn't even be necessary if she just stopped feeling guilty about her powers and instead focused on survival. She could easily command mental control over any of her attackers and form her own robot army instead.

Why can't all the kids just murder all of the bad adults? The last third of the book, including the earlier part where Lida and Ruby have to fight that Red, was the most interesting and engaging section in my opinion.

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I'm not going to continue on with the series, but appreciate the imagination and work that went into it. Jun 27, Helen 2. I have to go back and change my rating for the Darkest Minds because Never Fade was a solid four stars, but definitely better than its predecessor.

So guess what? I love the spontaneous, emotional, on-the-run roadtrips Ruby and Co take to go find people. Indeed there were less glaring inconsistencies in the story and the dystopian world this time I have to go back and change my rating for the Darkest Minds because Never Fade was a solid four stars, but definitely better than its predecessor. Indeed there were less glaring inconsistencies in the story and the dystopian world this time around - or maybe I'm just getting better at ignoring them.

Of course I'm talking about my love, Chubs, and my new idol, Vida. Vida is the kind of person that laughs in the face of emotions and actively combats them with witty and mostly offensive remarks. Basically, she's my favorite kind of person. Or, as Liam puts it, Vida is "positively the whipped cream on the sundae of life. Also kind of a Grannie, according to Vida.

Cue catfights and sexual tension? Am I the only one who ships this? It can't be just me. They're meant to be! Chubs deserves some love in his life! I love Clancy. Yes I know he's a psychotic ass, but he spices up the story with his mere presence. However in this book we do meet Cole, Liam's brother, and he's spicy in his own way ; About Cole - view spoiler [ I was taken off guard by his reveal as a Red.

Total surprise! But, looking back at it I should have known because Alexandra Bracken left clues! Here's what Liam said about his brother once: Oh well. This series keeps getting better! Can't wait to finally finish it. View all 6 comments. Nov 17, Andreea Pop rated it really liked it Shelves: Do you ever feel that you're somehow forced to continue reading a book just because you fell head over heels in love with its prequel? Like you need to finish the sequel t 3.

Like you need to finish the sequel to not disappoint and betray your beloved reads?? Well, I certainly do. Freshest evidence, Never Fade , triggered that feeling for me, thanks to my officially never ending love for The Darkest Minds. Couple that with my need to finish any book once I've started it, and you have me reading any crappy sequel till the end losing my free time in the process even if I don't enjoy it. Yeah, I'm loyal like that. But the thing is, I'm grateful for it in most instances, because otherwise I would've DNFed a lot of books that turned out really good in the end.

Case in point as well. Honestly, from my point of view, the first half lacked a lot of things and if I were to rate it accordingly, I would probably give it a 2 stars rating. Let me develop mild spoilers ahead: I missed Zu.

I missed Liam.

I missed Chubs. I even missed goddamn Clancy.

Want to know why? I was stuck inside Ruby's head and although the girl is admirable and badass, she was a freaking robot in the feelings department. I needed her to be a little more human. She was like a vamp from TVD with the switch turned off.

Or like Celaena in one of her killing-spree phases without the actual killing. The desire to shake some sense into her was unnerving. She was this numb shell whose only goal was survival in the snake's pit -- the Children's League -- and not becoming a product of its laws, without realizing that that only speeded up the process.

Then the countless scenes with bloody fights from the earlier parts that painted the whole book in a dark, scary shade from which I couldn't completely extract myself from once I put the book down. Oh, and that. The whole putting-the-book-down craving that happened a lot and that implicitly made me finish the book in 3 days -- because I.

Yep, the plethora of action scenes had me skipping paragraphs to get to more interesting stuff, but, sadly, there weren't any nearby. I wanted a plot with defined elements to keep me engaged, but all I was getting were rather dull attempts of inducing some rush into my yawning system. And that's the reason why, after enduring that downright unexpected first part, I was so happy to see it finally turn around into a stars area that previously enraptured me in the first book.

Ruby started to de-mummify herself back into the brave, intelligent and protective young woman I cheered in TDM and I felt like doing a happy dance. The glorious romance was back in full-swing with a side of anguish, deceit and gut-wrenching vulnerability that only amplified my adoration for the couple I did say that they're better together than separated, didn't I? But here I was, and here he was, and it was all so much more terrible than I ever could have imagined.

The varied array of twists and turns were ranging from "oh, how could I not see that" to "HA! I was kept on the edge of my seat until the very end, which, by the way, was a powerful blow, one that had me a bit scared about what's to come, broke my heart into pieces and, somehow, managed to plaster a smug grin on my face at the same time "suck it, asshole".

Also, I really loved Cole. And Cate. But COLE. Not spectacular, not perfect, not splendid -- but enjoyable and exciting nonetheless, like a gem that needs some polishing or a cake with delicious fruit flavors at the bottom.

Darker than I would've expected and maybe liked , this book delivers the swoony romance, action-packed storyline and holy-shit-twists we've come to expect from Bracken, even though in a more unbalanced manner than in TDM.

Heartbreaking, captivating and thrilling, Never Fade brings the stakes up a notch and paves a glorious way for the third installment, In the Afterlight , to hopefully end this series with a bang. Now I'm off to find whether or not my wish turns true. Even the dynamic between Clancy and Ruby in the first book was the same as the Darklina one powerful vs.

And both Clancy and The Darkling honestly believe that their ideology will turn things for the better. Still, somehow I want Liam with Ruby and The Darkling with Alina I will go down with that ship and I don't really know what's the difference behind my choice. Must be the darkling-esque allure. Or maybe the fact that The Darkling, badass psycho and broken precious baby as he was, never treated Alina superiorly.

Any thoughts on my revelation? View all 5 comments. Jul 29, Pinky rated it it was amazing Shelves: I went through a roller-coaster of emotions. So much more questions and we got answers too!! I loved this so much it was an amazing sequel to The Darkest Minds!!!!!! I loved it even more and it was just so interesting. I couldn't help but cry at some parts because of all the feels. Why did I wait so long and why couldn't the book come faster?

I was missing out on this trilogy and now I know why it's so good! This is the second book in the Darkest Minds trilogy by Alexandra Bracken. There was so much that happened and I can't mention too much because I don't want to spoil the book. But it was worth continuing and I am so glad I read this.


I can't wait to finish this series and see where it ends. One of the main reasons of why I like this series is because of the characters. All the character development was just so nice and sweet to read. At first, I felt so annoyed by Vida, but she grew on me and I really liked her even though she can be harsh at times. She was kinda like how Chubs was to Ruby when they first met and I ship her with him!!!!!!!!!!! Ruby is much stronger and more confident with herself, although some of her decisions are things I would never do.

Cole is okay and I don't know if I should trust him, I mean part of me feels like trusting him. Liam is same old Liam but more frustrated!!!!!! The characters feel more realistic and I just want to grab them all out of the book! Cate feels like a motherly figure who protects Ruby but I don't trust her too much for some reason Chubs is hilarious as always and I love Jude!!!!! The relationship between Liam and Ruby was frustrating and I wish they could talk about everything and catch up with each other.

But there isn't time for that but I am hoping they will talk and catch up with each other in the next book. The plot just keeps getting better and better and I love all the character bonds in this book. There were times when I cried and other times when I laughed. It all evens out and there were scenes that were heart-warming while other times it is heart-breaking. I just can't get over the things that happened in this book, it was a rush.

If you read the first book and are hesitant of reading the next book, I assure you that this book is much better. It's so good and you are missing out on an amazing series packed with action, adventure, humor, and suspense. It was a fast read and by the time you finish this, you will NEED the next book Nov 22, Alyssa rated it really liked it. Disney-Hyperion Publication Date: October 15, Rating: ARC provided by the publisher Summary from Goodreads: What I Liked: I just read this book Monday morning today is Tuesday , and my head is still whirling from everything that happened.

Like book one, this book is jam-packed with nonstop action! I feel like the characters couldn't catch a break, especially Ruby.

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Not that that's a bad thing! So, book one ends with Ruby joining the League. She dislikes the League, but she's joining so that she can train to be able to shut down the camps, and fight back.

She trains physically and mentally, so that her body is able to handle a fight, and her mind her ability is more controlled. Ruby is given a task: Ruby and her League friend Jude, and a League agent Vida, set out to find the flash drive, and run into some familiar faces.

I really simplified the first part of the book, but the plot is kind of complex. I feel like things happen, event after event. And we get to see how Ruby handles things, situation after situation. Ruby has changed a lot since book one. She is better prepared to use her powers, and she WILL use her powers whenever necessary. She isn't really afraid to do so anymore.

Ruby wields her powers expertly, and never backs down. She is brave, calculating, and has much better instincts than in book one. The romance Liam isn't present for a lot of this book - and when he is, we don't get a lot on him and his condition. I mean, we know he is there, but at the same time, so many things happen constantly, and Liam is a bit of an afterthought. But not necessarily for Ruby. She always thinks of him, and sometimes regrets what she did as she should!

There are moments towards the climax and end of the book, in which I wanted to cheer for the two of them But don't give up on the two of them. Trust me. The romance is bittersweet for most of the book, but do NOT let that stop you from reading this book. Romance is important, and in this series, the romance is heartbreaking, but don't NOT read this series because of that.

I have high hopes for the romance. Things kept happening, so I had an interesting time deciphering what exactly was the climax. The ending though Way to drop a bombshell, Bracken! I mean, it's not really a cliffhanger, but oh my Like, this series does not undergo the sequel slump. You all know I'm scared of sequels. Well, this is a great sequel! And an awesome book, in general.

What I Did Not Like: It's not that I didn't like this particular part of this book that I'm about to explain - because I think it's totally necessary to the plot, to the direction in which Bracken is going with the story I'm talking about Liam and Ruby. How could Ruby do that? I feel like she was trying to be selfless, but really, she was selfish. She took away his choices for him, without asking him.

Yes, this happened in book one, but the repercussions are evident in book two. And I kind of hate Ruby for what she did to Liam in book one. But I still think she is amazing heroine and protagonist. And if everything ends up being well with Liam, and with her and Liam, then maybe I'll forgive her.

But she So, now you know Ruby isn't perfect. See why this particular isn't necessarily a bad thing? It's character development. But it's also cruel. Would I Recommend It: I most certainly would! If you loved, liked, or enjoyed The Darkest Minds, then you'll enjoy this sequel. If you're debating on whether or not to read this series - do it!

So, read this book! I'm super glad that I enjoyed this one, because sequels still scare me. But Bracken does not disappoint! Holy great God! This book was amazing!

I am speechless but I will still attempt to write a review. Man that was awesome, oh my God. Never Fade was an epic and wild ride from beginning to end. Almost everything that happened in this book I never came close to guessing. This was even better than the first book.

I was on edge the whole time reading it. Parts would make me literally laugh out loud or go "what?! Multiple times aft Holy great God! Multiple times after I finished a chapter I would shut the book put it down on my bed and just sit for a second going "Oh my God".

Its legitimate to say this book ruined me! The last Ten or so chapters though, just one huge shock after another. The whole plot was just full of action, epicness, mystery and suspense. Even the new characters Jude and Vida were awesome, I loved them. The writing style was really great, really descriptive and engaging, I really like this writing style even though I'm not the biggest fan of first person, Alexanda Bracken is a master at it. Anyway, overall, absolutely amazingly awesome! What will happen in the next book?

I am at a complete loss. I just hope the conclusion is as epic as this series has been. I just want to quickly talk about the two main new characters we met in this book. Vida To be honest I was a little hesitant towards Vida at first. She's kinda like Chubs in that she's highly sarcastic but she is much more so and even goes towards being much more aggressive and violent and well hers is the kind of sarcasm I don't like, leaning into mean and hurtful a lot of the time and especially with how much she swears.

But you come to understand it is a defense mechanism for Vida because of her past and that changes my opinion of her a lot, I came to really like her even if I wouldn't exactly be friends with her in real life.

Her personality is just not one I'd personally get along with, but she is certainly a great character and I love when we eventually see her softer side, more in the third book though admittedly. Jude Like Liam Jude is just precious but even more so because he's so innocent and adorable. His limitless energy and unbreakable spirit was just a pleasure to behold and he is such a great character!

Ok, now for the part of the review with spoilers. Rating is at the bottom. Let's talk more about the characters.

These are also my completely initial reactions I didn't really bother to change them. First, Ruby. I really liked her in Never Fade, considerably more than in the first book. She kind of annoyed me very slightly in the first book, but I get that it was character evolution. I just liked her so much in this one, I feel she was easier to understand and a little more realistic.

Ruby with Clancy though, that was a side of her I didn't expect to see, and I loved it. By the end I was loving her, she is really taking responsibility and taking charge, finally facing up to what she must. With all she's been through you can tell that she is really strong. You go girl Ruby! Chubs did not change at all. Not one bit. And that's good. We get the exact same Chubs.

I liked him just the same as in the first one. Wow I didn't realise he actually cared so much for Ruby though, so sweet. Their reunion, oh my goodness. Chubs and Liam's bond though, a beautiful friendship. Oh God his interactions with Vida though, they seemed that were at each other's throats most of the time.

Lol poor Chubs Vida kept calling him Granny. Chubs is really great though, he provides the logic reality when the others get a little too carried away. I've warmed to him even more and will probably do so in the next book.

Liam, LIAM! Oh God! As you can tell I love Liam, he is my favourite. It was so heartbreaking in this one, Liam so close to dying, and then he was trying to say all that, but Ruby had wiped his memory of her and he couldn't remember her, but he still had the feeling of loving her and he didn't know why.

Oh, Liam's character was absolutely heartbreaking. When I thought he got shot in that chapter holy shit I freaked out so much, and it was too late so I had to stop reading and couldn't find out what happened next. But thank God Liam went back to himself in the end, beautiful Liam. If he somehow dies in the next one, I swear to God! Vida was interesting.

She didn't really change that much throughout the book, and sometimes it felt like she was just there to pull off some mean comedy relief. It was funny though, all her interruptions, she definitely has a strong presence. She's definitely an interesting character, I'd like to learn more about her. I eventually started warming to her towards the end.

She's a very strong character, and I am eager to read more about her. And, Jude I honestly had book intuition with this! I don't know how but I knew. I thought Liam might die for a little while but somehow I could just feel that Jude was going to die. Oh I loved him though he was so funny and adorable. But he had an underlying deepness and sensitivity too. I want to know their shadow too. I really liked Jude, so sad that he died.

I bet his death will motivate Ruby in the next book. I was right it did big time. Oh, I admit it, I love him.

He's evil but I love him. When he showed up I was like "Oh my God Yes! I loved that whole part. You could tell Clancy didn't expect that, and he certainly didn't like it. Lol and then she locks him in a closet. And then Cole, "IT is awake, and very angry. I just love Clancy so much.

Clancy is so deep though. I kind of get his motives and where he's coming from. He was awesome in this one, that ending though. What will happen to him in the next book?! I'm so eager to find out! I hope he doesn't get killed or anything though, in fact I kind of hope he gets like redeemed or something. I really love him I honestly kind of want a happy ending for him.

And finally a few other things worth mentioning: What the hell?! And Liam doesn't even know. Holy shit I did not see that coming! Cole was really intriguing I like him too. Mason though, that other Red. Poor thing jeez. That scene was something else.

Those poor kids need to be saved. And finally, I mentioned this in one of my updates but again, I hate Knox with a fiery passion for what he damn did to Liam and those other kids. I don't care Ruby should have ended him. Spoilers end. I love how this book really sort of takes on a different direction and a whole different atmosphere.

The feels I got while reading this book! It was amazing from beginning to end. I am starting In the Afterlight straight away tonight! What will happen?! I honestly have no idea. What will happen with Clancy? How will it even start? Will anyone else die. Oh I'm so excited! This book was amazing. This series was amazing! Wow I was so damn excited XD. Amazing plot, so thick, complicated, suspenseful and amazing with so many big shocks, awesome, immensely loveable characters, and great writing style.

I am starting In the Afterlight straight away! Dec 17, Kassie rated it it was amazing. I am not okay. Jul 12, Rache rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The obsession grows. And grows and grows and grows. I enjoyed this book so much. There's no existent rating scale that explains how much I did. I'm in love with the characters, the ships, the writing, the story. Everything is mind-blowing.

After the events in The Darkest Minds and the damn ending, we get to read how Ruby is doing with the Children's League.

Everything was going how she needed to until a man strikingly similar to Liam tells her he needs her help to look for something which one perso The obsession grows. Everything was going how she needed to until a man strikingly similar to Liam tells her he needs her help to look for something which one person, who she never thought would see again, has it. Let's talk about Cole. I would like to add him to my wish list for this Christmas, alright Santa?

At first I was so scared that he would form part of a love triangle, and took all of me not to like him for that. I failed. But thank God Alexandra Bracken is smarter than that.

Well, now there are two. I never imagined Cole being Red. I was complaining how the book never got much into the storyline of Reds, and how they were wasting that potential because come on, fire is awesome.

I love fire. I would possibly be Red. Can't wait to explore more of it. Happened the exact same thing with Cole. I didn't know if she was going to be some kind of bitch. She ended up being one, but not the bad one! She could kick-ass and her comments always made me smile. Can I ship her with Chubs? Or am I being crazy with the shipping? The last new main character I want to talk about is Jude. First things first: It was all fine, and I was just wondering "Why, thank you, Alexandra for not being a mass murderer.

I was spoiled about Jude, but I still crouched like a baby on the floor crying and being in denial. I still am. He needs to be alive: I like his wit and funny comments, but the thing with Ruby… No, thank you. There are times when I want to hit him in the face repeatedly. I craved for Liam the first chapters of the book and when he finally appeared I didn't know how to process what was happening. I was so scared. And last but not least, Ruby.

The development is beautifully noticeable. I love female power and she got to kick some ass in this book. The storyline of Rubiam destroyed me in a way I can't describe. Sometimes I was squeaking and making pterodactyl noises because of the cuteness and sometimes crying and making seal giving birth noises. I ship it like a ship shipping ship shipping shipping ships. I practically wrote a whole review about the characters, but it's just that these characters define the whole trilogy.

I don't think I've ever loved a whole crew so much. I can't think properly right now. With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. We want your feedback! Click here. Now she must call upon them on a daily basis. Other kids in the Children's League call Ruby 'Leader', but she knows what she really is - a monster.

When Ruby is entrusted with an explosive secret, she must embark on her most dangerous mission yet - leaving the Children's League behind. Crucial information about the disease that killed most of America's children - and turned Ruby and the others who lived into feared and hated outcasts - has survived every attempt to destroy it. But the truth is only saved in one place - in the hands of Liam Stewart, the boy Ruby once believed was her future and who now wouldn't recognize her.

As Ruby sets out across a desperate, lawless country to find Liam, she is torn between old friends and the promise she made to serve the League.October 15, Imprint: The only reason I diligently kept pushing through was because I wanted to see what had become of Liam. I hated the distance between them! Bracken creates a gripping and terrifying dystopian world.

Happened the exact same thing with Cole. She finally had control over her life and knew what she wanted to do. Holly Black. First chapter here and a teaser here.

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