Sunday, May 1, 2016

Numbers Ignite by Rebecca Rode

Numbers Ignite (Numbers Game, #2)Numbers Ignite by Rebecca Rode
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

**I received an ebook in exchange for an honest review.**

An exciting ride of a sequel!

Picking up the story a few months after the end of Numbers Game, we find Treena (now going by Amy) on a trek across the world outside the wall in an attempt to reach Vance and the rebels in the mountains. After the tragic bombing of the city center, her stepfather has handed over her position as Empress to her former boyfriend, and she has fled to try to help the rebels overthrow the current status quo.

Her journey gets waylaid when a snakebite almost kills her. While recuperating in a community previously unknown to any except those who lived there, Treena manages to make a place for herself among the people of the community. There are odd things happening on the surface though, and it soon comes to light that SHE is drawing danger to the community.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book, although I did - once again - have to push my way through the beginning. As much as Treena grew in the first book, this one shows she still had (and probably still has) much more room to grow. By the end of the book she was beginning to take on responsibility more like an adult than a teen or child.

Rebecca's writing brings you into the story, and give you enough specifics to help you "see" the story. I look forward to reading the conclusion to this trilogy.

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