Renegades by Marissa Meyer

Renegades

Secret Identities. Extraordinary Powers. She wants vengeance. He wants justice.The Renegades are a syndicate of prodigies—humans with extraordinary abilities—who emerged from the ruins of a crumbled society and established peace and order where chaos reigned. As champions of justice, they remain a symbol of hope and courage to everyone...except the villains they once overt...

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Renegades Reviews

  • Sandra

    A NEW MARISSA MEYER TRILOGY

    SUPERHEROES, VIGILANTES, VILLAINS, CRIME

  • Cait • A Page with a View

    Ok I honestly had no idea what to expect from this (except that it was Marissa Meyer yay), so the whole thing was SUCH a fun surprise.

    Ughhh this is one of those books where I'm going to fail miserably at explaining what it's about because I need to use my hands to map out the tangled web of identities and goals...

    So Nova starts out with the "villain" Anarchists and Adrian is with the superhero Renegades, but Nova eventually goes undercover to try out for the Renegades. She ends up joining Adria

    Ok I honestly had no idea what to expect from this (except that it was Marissa Meyer yay), so the whole thing was SUCH a fun surprise.

    Ughhh this is one of those books where I'm going to fail miserably at explaining what it's about because I need to use my hands to map out the tangled web of identities and goals...

    So Nova starts out with the "villain" Anarchists and Adrian is with the superhero Renegades, but Nova eventually goes undercover to try out for the Renegades. She ends up joining Adrian's superhero team and being a double agent... except it's really not that straightforward. Adrian and Nova are both keeping additional alter-egos a secret while maintaining both their superhero identities and regular personas within their team. Adrian and Nova's secret alter-egos are actually enemies (or at least out to get each other), but neither one of them knows that. And they are adorable together.

    Actually, all of the characters are adorable! Oscar and Ruby were my favorites for sure. Marissa Meyer is just so good at showing the group dynamics of a bunch of teens so all of their unique personalities come through. Some of the fun banter totally reminded me of what I loved about The Lunar Chronicles. And the diversity was awesome here, too.

    Basically, this book is just plain fun. It's a creative world full of so many different superheroes with every kind of power (it kind of reminded me of The Incredibles at times). But then plot got more philosophical at the same time and reflected a lot of relevant questions for our world.

    For example, prodigies used to be persecuted, but then the Anarchists took down the system of oppression that only served a small group. Adrian remembers the gangs that rose to power in the absence of government in the Age of Anarchy and thinks the Renegade's current Council is better, but Nova's definitely there to take them down:

    There's an ongoing debate between Nova & Adrian about whether it's in humanity's best interest to have superheroes protect society or whether that's an infringement on personal freedom or responsibility that makes people lazy & complacent. Nova believes that the

    because the Renegades weren't there to stop her family from being murdered when she was six. She thinks the people would be better off on their own than in a society run by

    So I just really appreciated how everything wasn't simplistic. There are groups with different views and goals even on the same side, which made the story more realistic.

    I loved this story BUT definitely think it could've been about half the length. It took me a bit to get a feel for the whole world and what was even going on. I had issues with the pacing for sure... it kind of felt like I was waiting for the real story to get going? It could've been a lot more concise and powerful if the next book was part of this one. But I liked the concept and characters enough that my enthusiasm remains!

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  • Emily May

    2 1/2 stars.

    I'm reminding myself while I'm writing this that I really didn't like Meyer's

    but went on to enjoy the rest of the series. Maybe Meyer is just not great at beginnings. Maybe I'm already feeling burned out on this new "It" genre featuring superhero stories. All I know is that

    didn't really pick up until the second half and, looking back, I don't get the sense that this first book really had a story arc. There was no climax or revelation.

    2 1/2 stars.

    I'm reminding myself while I'm writing this that I really didn't like Meyer's

    but went on to enjoy the rest of the series. Maybe Meyer is just not great at beginnings. Maybe I'm already feeling burned out on this new "It" genre featuring superhero stories. All I know is that

    didn't really pick up until the second half and, looking back, I don't get the sense that this first book really had a story arc. There was no climax or revelation.

    For much of the book, this feels like a very standard superhero tale that doesn't do anything new. After an age of anarchy descended and gangs ruled the streets, the Renegades emerged to restore the balance with their superpowers. Now they rule the city. The orphaned Nova, however, feels they are the reason her parents were murdered and so she teams up with the other side - the Anarchists - in order to overthrow the Renegades.

    It was almost unreadable at first, with the

    making it seem as if the characters were reading off the script for the latest superhero movie:

    Both characters and scenes seem stolen straight from Marvel. Frostbite is obviously a play on Storm from X-men, right down to the “silver-white hair”. Gargoyle is a Hulk-like monster. They are not developed far beyond the description of their powers, which makes it difficult to distinguish them from the superheroes we know. Similarly, the parade attack near the beginning will surely remind many readers of the Green Goblin vs Spiderman parade attack.

    And how is it possible that no-one worked out that Adrian is the Sentinel? Honestly, how? The Sentinel is a mysterious new superhero who claims he is a Renegade and Adrian suddenly disappears every time he’s around. Plus everyone knows how much both Adrian and the Sentinel want to find Nightmare… how do they not know? He is the worst at having a secret identity. (Note: this is not a spoiler. We are told his identity in the beginning.)

    . Though it does pick up eventually, I thought it was too little, too late. I will probably read on with the series, if only because I learned once already that Meyer builds up to the goods. But my expectations have been dramatically lowered.

    Diversity points for the Italian-Filipina protagonist, Adrian's two dads, and a character with a disability.

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  • maybelline™

    I feel like the amount of expectations I put on this book just made it bound to disappoint me. Like, think about it realistically, how is ANY book ever going to live up to the glory that is Scarlet??

    You just…can’t compete with that ya know.

    My feelings and thoughts summed up:

    - I love me some anti-heroes, give me bad guys with tragic back stories and complex development that make me rethink my entire moral compass

    - The ending was bloody fantastic, that last sentence left me all !!???!!

    I feel like the amount of expectations I put on this book just made it bound to disappoint me. Like, think about it realistically, how is ANY book ever going to live up to the glory that is Scarlet??

    You just…can’t compete with that ya know.

    My feelings and thoughts summed up:

    - I love me some anti-heroes, give me bad guys with tragic back stories and complex development that make me rethink my entire moral compass

    - The ending was bloody fantastic, that last sentence left me all !!???!!!???!!

    - Max my son. I want a whole book on him, just entirely him. He was the saving grace for this book no joke

    - Forbidden love is my ISH.

    - While the first half almost put me to sleep, the second half was for sure more action packed and fun, I practically finished it in one night

    - Marissa Meyer is always spot on with diversity tho. Im :’)

    - Ruby and Oscar tho

    - I AM DYING FOR THE FANART TO BE DRAWN. Bc these peeps in the fandom are so hella talented and like THERE ARE SO MANY AMAZING IDEAS HERE AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

    - It hurts me to have to list cons for marissa meyer bc she is everything I want to be when I grow up but this book was just //not// doing it for me

    - I still got hope tho bc I didn’t like Cinder very much but the rest of the series SLAYED my existence so hopefully she makes a comeback, plz plz plz

    - So, the cons

    - The book felt like a filler. Like 500 pages, not including the last sentence, worth of filler

    - The pacing for the first half was sooooooo slowwwwwww

    - Nova is a character with so much potential but just, idk she fell flat. Definitely not like my girl scarlet

    - Adrian, besides the fact that hes a total nerd which earns him like 100 extra points, he’s kinda really bland, like no personality whatsoever and that makes me :(

    - It really had a lot of potential but I just wasn’t invested in it like I thought I would be

    - EVERYTHING JUST FELT SO INDIFFERENT I wanted to love it so badly but then this happened and i just JIFDASJFIUASDHFAHFDAKLF

    - It was kinda really cliché a lot of the time

    - Just felt like a mega rerun of a favourite superhero episode, a total //been there, done that// situation

    - Again, sad.

    3.5 stars!!

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    I DONT CARE THAT IM READING 3 BOOKS ALREADY, MARISSA MEYER RELEASES A BOOK, YOU STOP YOUR LIFE AND YOU READ IT

    shoutout to my babes,

    for reminding me bc im a fake :') also buddy reading with her,

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  • Cait (Paper Fury)

    Um...excuse me. I absolutely adored The Lunar Chronicles, but unfortunately everything since then has fallen flat for me with this author. I am

    . But I legit found this so tedious and cliche and boring and it was nearly 600 pages. Mate, the only thing that needs to be 600 pages is a box of napkins.

    Ok so THOUGHTS. I do have some on the rare occasion.

    The action is better on the screen, LET'S BE REAL HERE. A

    Um...excuse me. I absolutely adored The Lunar Chronicles, but unfortunately everything since then has fallen flat for me with this author. I am

    . But I legit found this so tedious and cliche and boring and it was nearly 600 pages. Mate, the only thing that needs to be 600 pages is a box of napkins.

    Ok so THOUGHTS. I do have some on the rare occasion.

    The action is better on the screen, LET'S BE REAL HERE. And it takes very talented writing to do a fight scene that doesn't make you go: "wow! YAY! What the heck just happened!" Or maybe it takes a talented reader???? Who knows. I am not it. Also

    Now obviously there's "nothing new under the sun" blah blah...but like legit all the plot twists were the same! I'm LAUGHING. And when the book wasn't just redoing Steelheart, it was the X-men come again. I meeeean. Can someone point to Max, the mysterious little Renegade boy in his mysterious closed off room, and not say, "WAIT WASN'T THIS IN XMEN." It was. The reveal is even the same.

    This kid:

    I think his name was Nobody Cares. It's a tragedy.

    Anyway.

    This could be just from watching so many superhero movies and reading until my freaking eyes have fallen out. No joke. I have put them in a box to try and maintain what I have.

    I like books that are self-aware, but just having characters walk around going: "YOU READ TOO MANY COMICS LOL." Does not negate the fact that

    . You just comic'ed all over the place. Pull yourself together, mate.

    Because I swear this book was originally pitched as a "school for vigilantes"?!??? It's not. There's not even a hint. That is 500% misplaced expectations and either I'm going insane and misread something or else it changed the pitch since it was first announced.

    There were

    many scenes were nothing happens. A whole chapter is dedicated to Nova getting her suit. Whole chapters are just there for FILLER and it drove me crazy. Maybe because I am in Mad Mole Editing Mode™ at the moment myself, but I just can't stand books that waffle everywhere.

    So the pacing was a hot mess, much like me 27 hours per day.

    They were absolutely epic and I love them and also want. Adrian draws things to life! And Nova can make people sleep! GOD, I WANT THAT POWER SO BADLY. I would sleep all the freaking time. Or else just make me Nova's friend and then I just sleeeeeeep. (I have insomnia lmao.) And there's another girl that bleeds rubies, someone who can control children like puppets, and someone who controls bees/wasps...

    Like this alone pretty much could've saved the book for me. Except for, you know. Literally everything else.

    I liked Adrian! He is sweet! But I didn't understand why he was play-acting a rogue Renegade...like wtf was he trying to prove. He is POC and has two dads (!!) and he's just

    and I really want the best for Adrian. I also want him to hack about 300 pages off his book but ya know.

    I also liked her! I liked her stamina and stabby comebacks and the fact that this happened:

    Person: You wouldn't shoot me.

    Nova: [SHOOTS HIM]

    Bless Nova, she is a gift.

    She's infiltrating the "badies" (she's the supervillain, Adrian the superhero) but she just is so chummy with them instantly. And it was sooooooooo predictable she'd end up doubting her sides and blah blah.

    I'm just gonna clean this up now, excuse me. [scrabbling on hands and knees trying to find dignity]

    Like they still blow my mind with how frikkin' cool they were!! So if you are (A) a fan of superheroes, but (B) haven't read many so like you're up for unoriginal plot twists because you are GREEN as a little apple, and (C) you enjoy the occasional sass and lots of meandering about getting to know everyone...then

    I hope so. I am so far far away right now. Off pacing, underdeveloped motives, cliches, and extremely tedious sections were nothing the heck happens ---> not for me.

  • Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink

    This was SO fun! I went into it not knowing anything about the story itself, and I was so pleasantly surprised. Think of it as a superhero mashup told from opposing side POVs in a totally unique way. I was worried that with the overcrowded superhero media these days, the constant similar retellings and such, that this one wouldn't stand on its own.

    It totally did. Super fun and unique, while still throwing nods at other stories.

    Before I say anything else, a big thank you to the publishers for sen

    This was SO fun! I went into it not knowing anything about the story itself, and I was so pleasantly surprised. Think of it as a superhero mashup told from opposing side POVs in a totally unique way. I was worried that with the overcrowded superhero media these days, the constant similar retellings and such, that this one wouldn't stand on its own.

    It totally did. Super fun and unique, while still throwing nods at other stories.

    Before I say anything else, a big thank you to the publishers for sending me an ARC in exchange for an honest review!

    Basically, this is a world where prodigies (people with special abilities) used to be oppressed, but a man named Ace Anarchy rose up and fought for their freedom & acceptance. Except, the age of Ace turned into a villainous era, where villain gangs broke out and terrorized the citizens. So in turn, "good" heroes rose up to fight them, called the 'Renegades'. They overthrew the Anarchists and took control.

    So you here you have it - the Anarchists (those who survived living underground) and the Renegades.

    I don't want to spoil much, but we open up into what DOES look like a typical superhero origin story. We witness Nova's family and how they meet their end, in which young Nova, who idolized the Renegades, realizes they never came to help her family after promising to protect them. But guess who did? Uncle Ace.

    Now, Nova lives with the Anarchists underground. Her alias is the 'Nightmare', and she's able to put people to sleep with a single touch. While carrying out a plan to take out the Council (the original leaders of the Renegades), Nova is stopped by a boy who calls himself the 'Sentinel'. After a heated battle between the two, Nova barely escapes, wondering who the heck he is, because she's never seen him or heard of him from the Renegades.

    A lone hero? Perhaps.

    Enter Adrian (aka smol).

    Adrian is the son of an original Renegade - his mother, who was murdered when he was young. Now, he lives with his adopted dads - the two heads of the Council (aka the most worshipped Renegades). They adopted him (and here I cry because it's so sweet) and he grew up within the Renegade headquarters. He's brilliant and has a super cool ability which I won't spoil. But he also has a secret that no one in the Renegades knows about.

    He's the Sentinal.

    And when he fought the 'Nightmare' (he has no idea who she is underneath her mask), she utters a phrase that tells him she might know who his mother's murderer is. So Adrian sets out to find her, while Nova sets plots in place to take out the Renegades for good. I'm going to stop there and leave the rest of the book as a surprise. Trust me, just dive in!

    As I mentioned before, this is like a mashup of all your favorite superhero movies, but at the same time, the story is totally unique and so are the characters. I didn't feel like I was reading another origin story or watching a movie I've seen a thousand times. This was SO fun, twisty, and fast paced. And visual. Meyer is so insanely creative - we saw that in her Lunar Chronicles series that I loved - and I would argue that this might even be stronger (though no one can replace Thorne.) All the prodigies have crazy cool powers - ones that I would have NEVER thought of. The whole plot is brilliant.

    My only complaint is that we don't get resolution for the one thing I craved, though it will certainly be in the sequel(s). I neeeeeded to see how that played out. Oh well, whatever. I'm hooked, Marissa. You got me.

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  • kazzyboy

    It’s with a heavy heart that I must announce that I’ve got like, 2 feelings (maybe 2.5) about this book and not all of them are Good.

    I'm trying to come to terms with the possibility that I will never form a meaningful emotional connection with a Marissa Meyer book like I did with

    . It's like my heart closes for maintenance when it comes to anything else written by her. I don't know. There must have been a dimensional hiccup in the timeline. How else could I go from being unam

    It’s with a heavy heart that I must announce that I’ve got like, 2 feelings (maybe 2.5) about this book and not all of them are Good.

    I'm trying to come to terms with the possibility that I will never form a meaningful emotional connection with a Marissa Meyer book like I did with

    . It's like my heart closes for maintenance when it comes to anything else written by her. I don't know. There must have been a dimensional hiccup in the timeline. How else could I go from being unambiguously and inappropriately obsessively 100% full scale high key addicted to her books to just.... being a casual fan??

    Aaaaad here's why:

    was one big conglomerate of timeworn clichés and hackneyed superhero tropes. Which would have gotten me so pumped - like who cares?? it’s time to read about overthrowing the government and burning the patriarchy to the ground and also the concept of 'complete strangers turned found family' would have been enough to sustain me

    at least the MCs managed to scratch a line into my heart. But they didn't. I don't dislike them really, I'm just like “meh ok do your thing in your corner”.

    The rest of characers had so much potential yet they eventually became a distant memory. They kind of just existed in the nook of the MCs', like some ghosts of goodwill. No witty banter to make them stand out or anything. Actually, there were like two characters that would’ve made this book better and none of them were given enough backstory or enough page time so.

    Honestly, I think the main problem is that when I think about this book…I don’t feel anything. My mind just blanks and all I feel is hollow wind blowing through my skull because it's just kind of there... trying so hard but failing to leave even the most basic impression upon my psyche. Yes, it was fun to read for a couple of pages but the love just isn’t there. Swipe left.

    One of the biggest disconnects from this book is how much pages it took. You could shrink up at least 40% of it into a little nice blot. Instead, it was too long and too introductory and I kept losing track of the story after 10 consecutive pages of redundant descriptions!!!

    And quite franky, I was just bored. I couldn't read a couple of pages without also being on my phone, watching vine compilations!!!

    I really wish there was a camera following me around 24/7 so whenever something completely predictable and unoriginal happened, I could look directly into the camera like in The Office. I'm just saying now, why try and bring back every superhero trope there is. They’ve had their time!!

    • This is your painfully

    . The Anarchists are the supervillains in this case, and of course like any other superhero comic/book/movie, they're actually the ones with a vision for the world. The Anarchists are trying to change things for all prodigies, fight their oppressors and for once give them a choice. The Renegades are resisting that change and their only goal seem to be stoping the villains from reaching

    goals. And if you think really hard about it, the ^villains^ always make more sense in doing what they did.

    . I mean, of course it’s not a superhero novel without a few sob stories. Honestly, what these kids need is extensive sessions of therapy so they can unload their heavy emotional baggage.

    that only gives the superheroes a chance to turn the tables.... except of course they never do. But god, the monologues were so cringy I eyerolled into another dimension. LESS TALKING AND MORE FIGHTING. Wow. Way to sound disturbed!!

    . Duh. At least, it would’ve been much better if their secret identities was actually

    , so the readers have to try and figure it out. But whatever.

    What's absolutely unrefined WILD to me, however, is that no one, NOT ONE SINGLE CHARACTER, was able to come across two brain cells to rub together and figure out that Adrian was the Sentinel and that Nova was Nightmare. The fact that Adrian & Nova suddenly disappear EVERY TIME their alter egos show up is the equivalent of venomous animals being bright orange. Imagine 'HEY WE HAVE SECRET IDENTITIES" written in sixty stores high letters and there's a bone fire in the middle....that's how

    it was!! (that’s not a spoiler by the way, we are told from like, page one.)

    I would have loved to be passionate and react but when it all played out, I went like [monotone voice] wow ok. Like, you know in the metamorphosis, when gregor wakes up and instead of freaking out because holy! shit! he’s a bug, he’s just like “I really cannot deal with this right now”. That was me after every single reveal.

    Anyway tbh, at this point, I'm more interested in reading about the insurance adjuster who arrives to assess damage after superhero fights and starts an investigation to uncover their real identities and hold them accountable for all the property damage they've caused.

    This is a public service announcement: I do not care one single bit about the romance in this book. Get it away from me. Do not touch me with their romantic sentiment. I'm not even going to give a valid reason, it's just the good ol' unwarranted dislike. They annoy me and that's the end of it. Actually, I just have so much beef with the concept of '

    to ship off all your main characters into clichéd hetero relationships'. Their banter was the equivalent of slightly stale piece of bread. THEY DONT EVEN

    EACH OTHER OR EVEN HAVE FUN TOGETHER. JESUS. NEXT.

    Okay here's what I liked (yeah yeah I'm not completely a swamp goblin.........For the most part.........Okay fine, I’m an asshole.)

    Nova is half Filipino. Adrian has two supportive and happily married dads. Oscar has a rare bone disease that rendered him disabled.

    Max is a 10 years old kid with a mysterious and highly dangerous superpower. He's been put in quarantine because of the aformentioned superpower but can we please take a minute of our time to appreciate what a pure source of light and warmth he is?? anyway, I wish I had big tender wings to protect him, he's the only reason I didn't dnf this book tbh.

    Now. Will I be reading the next books in this series? I probably will. Idk, Marissa Meyer's books are like an estranged aunt who keeps buying me christmas presents that don’t quite fit my interests but I have to be grateful she’s there for the holiday so.

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  • emma

    I can't forget the pain Heartless caused me, but Marissa...I'm willing to forgive.

  • Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin

    THAT was freaking awesome!!

    Nova is a girl called Nightmare. She's part of the Anarchists group. They are the villains, but not everything is as it seems. The thing is, the Anarchists and the "good guys" the Renegades both have bad people in their groups and good people.

    Nova (Nightmare) wants to take the Renegades down. She was raised by her uncle, Ace after her family perished. Ace was the leader of the Anarchists.

    Both of these groups have powers. I will let you find out about those yourself.

    THAT was freaking awesome!!

    Nova is a girl called Nightmare. She's part of the Anarchists group. They are the villains, but not everything is as it seems. The thing is, the Anarchists and the "good guys" the Renegades both have bad people in their groups and good people.

    Nova (Nightmare) wants to take the Renegades down. She was raised by her uncle, Ace after her family perished. Ace was the leader of the Anarchists.

    Both of these groups have powers. I will let you find out about those yourself.

    Let me add a little

    in an excerpt of what happened to cause Nova to hate the Renegades.

    Hell yes he did. Just reading the part when Nova's family was being killed was horrible.

    ***END OF SPOILERS!!!***

    So one day Nova is on an Anarchists mission to take out one of the Renegade leaders. Things don't go as planned and she meets the Sentinel. He's a new hero. He has an R on his suit but he's not with them. You can meet him in the book 😊

    One of the Anarchists pushes Nova to become a Renegade and find out how to take them down. She becomes friends with Adrian, the son of the main dudes. She didn't see that coming. And there are lots of secrets.

    Nova finds out a bunch of stuff that could devastate the world if it happens. And then there is Max. He's a secret 😊

    The ending blew me away and holy shite balls I'm ready for the next book!!

    Happy Reading!

    Mel ❤️

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  • Lola  Reviewer

    From fairytale retellings to... Marvel-reminiscent superheroes.

    Did anyone expect it? I didn't. In my mind, Marissa Meyer still had Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, hell The Princess and the Frog, as well as many other fairytales to write entire books about.

    But you have to admire her(?) decision to write about something different. She has no idea if her new series will be well-received or completely hated, and yet she still dared to write what she felt was right to her, not what everyo

    From fairytale retellings to... Marvel-reminiscent superheroes.

    Did anyone expect it? I didn't. In my mind, Marissa Meyer still had Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, hell The Princess and the Frog, as well as many other fairytales to write entire books about.

    But you have to admire her(?) decision to write about something different. She has no idea if her new series will be well-received or completely hated, and yet she still dared to write what she felt was right to her, not what everyone (like me) expected her to.

    The writing is strong, but then again what is new? Marissa Meyer can start writing adult horror books with freaky dead dolls creeping into your brain and the writing would be incredible nonetheless. (I hope she doesn't, though.)

    I even enjoyed the story. If I'm not forgetting any past reads, this is my first superhero book read – or one of the firsts – so I was certainly very interested from the beginning, and my interest remained long enough for me to finish these 478 pages in a considerably short time.

    Sadly, I have to complain about the overused storyline idea of the child seeking revenge for the death of his/her parents. What I love about vendetta stories is how fierce and determined the revengeful ones are and how important justice – though not exactly the right kind – is to them, which we have here. However, I have to admit that vendetta stories can get repetitive, so not everything in here is original.

    Plus good vs. evil fighting against each other because they each believe their own worldviews trump the other's? Meh.

    But as I mentioned, I was still very interested, because Marissa Meyer knows how to make the reader want more, with small twists and turns hidden at various places inside the storyline, and by making us curious about the future of the characters, whether we're fully invested in them or just a little. And it's true the characters grow on you, even if in the beginning you're not so sure.

    I would suggest Ms. Meyer practiced writing fighting action scenes more, though, since they do feel rehearsed. I had trouble taking some of them seriously.

    Would recommend.

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