Tales of Tarsurella: Book II review

Title: The Rebellion

Author: Livy Jarmusch

Genre: Christian, Contemporary, Fantasy

Published: May 6th, 2018

Synopsis: Something is brewing. Like the far-off rumble of a train in the distance, a rebellion is stirring. A cry for change arises in the midst of a traditional monarchy, where King Addison has inherited the throne. Who are the underground troublemakers? What is stirring their defiant banner and demand for change?

Notes:

So it has been almost over a year since I was part of The Coronation book blog tour. And now I am finally reading the books. Yep, no judging me here. Thanks.

So I don’t if it’s me or does Asher like the Christian version of Nico from the Percy Jackson series? Hmm.. thought not. Yeah, it just me. Asher is like a marshmallow and all I want to do is hug him.

I love the evolvement of Bridget throughout the book. ❤ Liam and Bridget. Hmm.. 🙂

The struggles that Hope has is basically me. 😛 (Finding her purpose)

When Millie tells Vanessa about Addison {spoiler removed}. It’s hilarious.

The quote can be found on page 126 (paperback edition)

Chasity: “It’s below freezing outside, and much as I love Nic, I’m not going to suffer through frostbite just to go horseback riding. Things have been extremely dull around here the past few months. I’m ready for a good adventure.”

Hanson: “An adventure? In the library?”

Charity: “Why, of course!” “That’s where all adventures begin.”

Me: Thank you, Charity. This is the truth.

Although I love this book and rate it a five. I really felt like Addison and Vanessa have that “perfect relationship”. The only odd thing is the aftermath of that date, they have. {spoiler removed} Their relationship is really fast-paced. The really odd thing ever is the rebellion and then instead of {spoiler removed} they {spoiler removed}. Make so much sense, right? No, it doesn’t.  Now I have to wait for the next book. Ughh.

Rating from 1-5: 5

Rating from 1-10: 8

Thanks for reading, owlnerds!!!

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