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But for him to have been sort of dating her and then for him to just show up with Vi and to be in love with Vi. Add to your Book Lists.
Sign up and get a free eBook! To fulfill her desires, she writes young adult science fiction and fantasy. Elise rated it liked it Apr 23, The second half of the book was very fast paced, and I flew through it. May 02, Jenny Morris rated it really liked it.
See 2 questions about Regret…. I wanted to regrst Possession: I also loved seeing a scene from Possession from Indy’s point-of-view. I was waiting for the point in the book where everything would start to make sense for me, but it never really came together. I hope she fits into Surrender some how.
But no one makes Vi rregret to break the Rules more than Zenn Courtney rated it did not like it Sep 06, Definitely worth the read.
It was pretty crazy and very hard to follow. I have no idea along with the thought that I just think Jag is super fly. Vi knows the Rule: The Thinkers may have brainwashed the rest of the population, but Vi is determined to think for herself. Too bad the author couldn’t have let the character be that bit more loveable. At this point I dislike Indy and Jag.
I elaa so much about Jag in this story, and the Badlands, and the resistance. Now I need to go back and read the first book! Maybe my fav of the 3, and I think it was because the other didn’t try to do too much in this short novella. The story is followed by the first two chapters of Possession and the first two chapters of Surrender.
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The backstory, the writing, the raw emotion. But the Thinkers are unusually persuasive, and they’re set on convincing Vi to become one of them Elana Johnson wishes she could experience her first kiss again, tell the mean girl where to go, and have cool superpowers.
I wanted more though. My full-length adult contemporary romance debut is coming from Cleis Press in Now that Jag has returned with a new girl at his side, does Indy even have a place in the Resistance? Yet we never get to see how this came to pass, this story ending with Indy feeling betrayed by Zenn and running into the woods. Must redeem within 90 days.
Indy is bright and brave, and she is smart enough hold her cards close to her chest and always This novella is narrated by Indy, who is Jag’s ex-girlfriend and also second-in-command in the Resistance. May 22, Darlene rated it really liked it Shelves: There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Very good short story. Photograph by Penny Welch. Can’t wait for Surrender!! When I bought it, it said pages, I was so sad when it finished at 49 and jumped to Possession. Reading in the Corner.
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SignUp Login with Facebook. She johnsoh a minor role in Possession, and I was not really sure what to expect from this book written from her point of view.
And Vi’s love of Jag makes me dislike her. It also reveals what a poor leader Jag is, leaving Indy without talking to her about a back If anything this book cemented my severe dislike of the main character of the whole book series. It’s not just that he throws his girlfriend away in the blink of an eye for somebody he knows for five minutes yes, yes, some might argue that they were broken up for the moment but still that merely happened about six minutes agohe tamples all over her feelings by staying at her house without telling her.
I’m excited to start on Surrender, now! I didn’t want Indy’s POV to end. I like Indy more than I like Vi! I have nothing more to say.