September 11, 2018

#BookReview of Rebellion: A Tankborn Novel by @karensandlerYA


Rebellion (Tankborn, #3)
About the Book: In this final installment of the Tankborn series, Kayla has been kidnapped by the group that has been bombing GEN warehouses, and she must pretend to sympathize with them in order to escape. 

In the wake of a devastating bomb blast, severely injured Kayla has been brought to the headquarters of the organization that planted the bomb-and many others like it in GEN food warehouses and homes. Her biological mother tells her that Devak is dead and that Kayla must join her in the terrorist group, which is ramping up for something big. Now Kayla must pretend that she embraces this new role in an underground compound full of paranoia as she plots a way to escape and save her friends. Meanwhile, Devak has emerged from his healing in a gen-tank, only to be told that Kayla is dead and his family has fallen from grace. Can he overcome his grief at the loss of his power to see the clues that point to Kayla being alive? As Kayla and Devak overcome the multiple obstacles put between them while trying to free GENs without further bloodshed, the Tankborn trilogy rushes to a thrilling conclusion!





Reviewed By: Rachael
Publisher: Tu Books
Recommended Age: Young Adult
Genre: Dystopia

About the Author: Karen Sandler is the author of 24 books for adults and teens. Her adult romance novels include the Pen Pal Sisterhood series and the Transcendent Love series. Her mystery series, Janelle Watkins Investigations, features a hard-edged heroine and gritty stories. Her young adult Tankborn Trilogy is multicultural science fiction with current day themes.

In addition to writing novels, Karen loves riding her beautiful Arab mare, Sashey La Fey (aka, Shey), and is an avid folk dancer. She lives in Northern California with her husband and dance partner, Gary, and two cats--pleasingly plump Tenka and formerly feral Zak.


  
My Review: Although this was a third book, it was still pretty good and managed to keep an interesting plot. All three books have done a great job in dealing with racism and prejudice. It's told in 2 POVs, Kayla and Devak. There was a lot more world building in this book. Though the end could have been developed more. It fell flat compared to the rest of the book. But overall, Rebellion is a good conclusion to a great series!

Do I Recommend this book? Yes

 









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