The end is nigh for the adventurous DEFIANCE trilogy by C.J. Redwine and before you round out your collection with a copy of Deliverance. There were so many things that thrilled me about DEFIANCE, from the characters to the worldbuilding to the gorgeous prose that pulled me so. C. J. Redwine is an American writer of science fiction and fantasy, mainly for young adults. She is the New York Times bestselling author of the Defiance Trilogy.
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I’m sure tho A thoroughly melodramatic misfire that ends like a B-grade Godzilla movie. What a horrible person to run down one man in a mass panic to save everyone else. I find them jarring and disruptive to the rhythm of the novel. Whatever he says goes, if you step out of line or one of his guards c C.j.redwien was a book that was on my priority to acquire list ever since I first came across it bj this year.
Jul 27, Jodi Meadows rated it it was amazing Shelves: There were, however, hints of a love triangle in the last part and I fervently hope that C. Apr 09, Blythe rated it did not like it Shelves: Lists with This Book. Their romance is very sweet, and like I said, no insta-love, but instead a slow and satisfying build-up.
But I didn’t really understand the world itself at all. View all 6 comments. I don’t have a problem with Rachel or Logan, the characters, but honestly the tough orphan girl with emotional problems and the possessive guy who won’t admit his feelings are a dime a dozen in young adult books, particularly dystopians.
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I’m not done with reasons why I hated Logan, but seriously, read the above things he’s said to Rachel, done to Rachel, and thought about Rachel.
Rachel is so tough, but she has pain in her that fuels her on.
DEFIANCE by C.J. Redwine
Leave a Reply Cancel reply. See all 6 questions about Defiance…. I did like the way some of the action scenes were written, and the view spoiler [person under the cloth hide spoiler ] was genuinely shocking. Sadly, I was led away from the awesomeness by some huge let downs and mumble-jumble of mediocre writing. I volunteer to kick him on the balls! I love when genre mashes like this are just seamless and awesome. Redwine was born in CaliforniaUnited States.
I’m sure those who have no problems being told how to feel by paragraphs of obtuse language will have no problems loving this, but as for me, no thank you.
And I love that. They are few and far between, but at least they seem worth remembering. Redwine – Starting March 7th Shellie and Ann-Marie February Such a thing is necessary to the survival of a colony of people that do not leave the walls. This was not a good thing. I love how these two developed and grew through the unexpected situations they were thrown into and discovered new things about their selves. Sometimes it ruins everything. Quotes have been pulled from an ARC and may be subject to change.
Apr 12, Wendy Darling rated it liked it Shelves: Loved Rachel, Oliver,and Logan The plot was great and action-packed, the twist were thrilling and exciting and the characters were all remarkable and amazing. Instead, I’m rolling my eyes at the cartoonish way Logan escapes from the dungeon by using a portable drill to dig a tunnel under a wall Wile E.
Okay, there’s still more examples I have to show of why I hated Logan and why you should, too.
Defiance (Defiance, #1) by C.J. Redwine
Why can’t they just blow it up? Redwine is an American writer of science fiction and fantasymainly for young adults.
A thoroughly melodramatic misfire c.j.rewine ends like a B-grade Godzilla movie. Over and above that though, Rachel came across as petulant and whiny more than kick-ass and Logan, for all his romantic moments, was also controlling and seemed to look down upon Rachel from time-to-time. He simply cannot let Rachel meet the same end. The boy and girl are always putting eachother down.
Most of the characters are also, pretty perverted. He said he’s going to lock her c.j.redwihe his freaking attic for “as long as it takes”, for goodness’ sake!
That’s always been an issue for me, so maybe it wouldn’t bother anyone else. My tastes have since developed and I no longer find much unique about this book.
The middle I can forgive some skimming but I do enjoy being defiabce at the end and this one just… did not hold any interest for me.