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( Read E-pub ) æ Revolt ⚜ FINALIST IN THEWISHING SHELF INDEPENDENT BOOK AWARDSThe Explosive Conclusion to the Award Winning Resistance Series To Deny Freedom is to Deny the Human Spirit Fugitive Resistance fighter Tommy Bailey has come out of hiding to help rescue Careen Catecher from the clutches of the Office of Civilian Safety and Defense, where she s been held and interrogated for information about the rebel group The OCSD is poised to launch the Cerberean Link, a security device that will put all minors under constant surveillance under the guise of protecting them Fearful that OCSD director Madalyn Davies s bid for control won t stop there, the Resistance puts its own plan in motion to sabotage the Link and oust Madalyn from the directorship Just when everything seems leveraged in the Resistance s favor, treachery, lies, and long held secrets threaten to derail it all Will even a life together on the run be impossible for Tommy and Careen Or will the Resistance s efforts convince the public to put their fears aside and demand freedom Great conclusion to the series We finally discover who has truly been working to improve the lives of everyone in the country, not simply destroy it To say some of the revelations are surprising are an understatement It s a must read Thank you to the author for providing a free e copy in exchange for an honest review Actual Rating 3.75I had actually read the previous books in this series an entire year ago, but with Revolt, I gradually fell back into the story and the world that Tracy Lawson created In the dramatic finale to the Resistance series, Careen is still dealing with the aftermath of what she had to deal with while held hostage at the Office of Civilian Safety and Defense The OCSD is about to launch the Cerbere Thank you to the author for providing a free e copy in exchange for an honest review Actual Rating 3.75I had actually read the previous books in this series an entire year ago, but with Revolt, I gradually fell back into the story and the world that Tracy Lawson created In the dramatic finale to the Resistance series, Careen is still dealing with the aftermath of what she had to deal with while held hostage at the Office of Civilian Safety and Defense The OCSD is about to launch the Cerberean Link, and if it succeeds, they can track every minor at every moment, giving them ultimate power But the Resistance is countering with an attack of their own, and the war will not end that easily.I thought the plot for this was less exciting than the previous books actually, because I felt that this book waspredictable, but it still definitely had its ups and downs I was still engaged in the story and couldn t wait to figure out how the book would end.Still, I think I loved the charactersthan I loved the story Careen, especially, was one that I couldn t help but feel for, considering all that she had to go through, and although her pain broke my heart, her character development was realistic and I loved seeing a female character that was at her strongest when she was fighting her own battle scars, not when she was physically out on the battlefield.I feel like I may have taken a little while to get into the book because of how long ago I read the other books, but I did get there eventually Nevertheless, because of the abundance of characters, I had to refresh my memory a bit but this was on me, and for someone reading the books back to back, this definitely shouldn t be an issue Another thing I enjoyed about this book was that there was a good balance between the crazy, dystopian adventures, and the little, softer scenes that allowed readers to take a breather.As the finale to the series, one of the biggest things I was looking forward to was how the story would be ended The author definitely did a great job establishing closure, and at the same time I liked how it was realistic and believable The writing style was consistently great as it has been for the past three books, and overall I would definitely recommend this story to anyone who likes reading dystopian young adult novels, like The Hunger Games or Divergent It s sad to see the end of another journey, but I m glad I was able to be a part of it 5 Cranky Stars The final book starts off where book three left off I really enjoy the fact that she has continuity in her books I could not find any plot holes which is amazing This whole series kinda scared me You never know what can happen in the world The action, tension, and drama was spot on There weren t any lagging parts Tracy Lawson s story kept me glued to the story I really enjoyed reading this series It gave me a chance to escape to another world I really look forward to rea 5 Cranky Stars The final book starts off where book three left off I really enjoy the fact that she has continuity in her books I could not find any plot holes which is amazing This whole series kinda scared me You never know what can happen in the world The action, tension, and drama was spot on There weren t any lagging parts Tracy Lawson s story kept me glued to the story I really enjoyed reading this series It gave me a chance to escape to another world I really look forward to readingof Lawson s future works I will recommend this story to others A WISHING SHELF BOOK REVIEW30th August 2017TITLE RevoltAUTHOR Tracy LawsonStar Rating CATCHY QUOTE A show stopping ending to a fast paced set of YA thrillers The Wishing ShelfREVIEWI have enjoyed all four of the books in this set of YA thrillers For me, the best was the first Counteract This book felt the most original to me But, the author did a wonderful job keeping the story going, packing it full of drama, wars and a sprinkling of romance.Now to the characters Oddly, for a bo A WISHING SHELF BOOK REVIEW30th August 2017TITLE RevoltAUTHOR Tracy LawsonStar Rating CATCHY QUOTE A show stopping ending to a fast paced set of YA thrillers The Wishing ShelfREVIEWI have enjoyed all four of the books in this set of YA thrillers For me, the best was the first Counteract This book felt the most original to me But, the author did a wonderful job keeping the story going, packing it full of drama, wars and a sprinkling of romance.Now to the characters Oddly, for a book of this nature, this is not a plot or even a setting driven saga It is character driven Careen, who has been through hell at the hands of the OCSD, is pretty damaged in this book But, with Tommy s help, she starts to mend The two central characters are richly observed by the author who I would think, by now, knows them better than her own family There are also a number of secondary characters, the best being Mitch, a horrible fellow who is still important to the story You will have to read it to find out what happens to him Revolt, the last book in the set, delivers in many ways Like the rest of the books, there is plenty of pace and the characters stay in character till the very end Talking of the end, it s wonderful Anybody who has followed Careen and Tommy will not feel short changed in any way Although, I m glad the author did not feel it necessary to offer her characters and readers a utopia ending by doing this, she kept the realism in her story And, who knows, there might be a Book Five one day.Fingers crossed A Wishing Shelf Book Reviewwww.thewsa.co.uk