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Friday, January 9, 2015

Review: Reborn by Jennifer Rush

Posted by Irish in 4 Stars, Review, Young Adult1 Comment

Review: Reborn by Jennifer RushReborn by Jennifer Rush
Series: Altered,
Also in this series: Altered, Erased, Forged + Betrayed
Published by Little Brown Books for Young Readers on 06 January 2015
Genres: Abduction, Action & Adventure, Contemporary Romance, Emotions & Feelings, Espionage, Friendship, Love & Romance, Sci-Fi, Self-Esteem & Self-Reliance, Social Issues, Suspense, Young Adult
Pages: 336
Format: eARC
Source: Netgalley
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Also by this author: Altered, Erased, Forged + Betrayed

Place(s) Traveled To: Trademarr, Illinois

First Line(s): I never took to fighting like the others.

To say that finding the words to write my review of Reborn by Jennifer Rush was a difficult thing is an understatement and I’ve been searching for them since I finished this book. Reborn takes us back to the world and story that was begun in Altered (my review) only this time we get Nick’s point of view. Nick, oh the amazingly taciturn soul of few words and who I’ve been longing to know more about since his first grunt in Altered. And let me tell you, it may have taken 3 books and 2 novellas but Jennifer Rush does not disappoint when it comes to Nick’s story. It was everything that I hoped for and more. Reborn was a book that made me smile, it broke my heart, and it also gave me all those happy heart achy feels that I love in books. There was action and romance and just so many things that it really is hard to find the words without spoiling this story.

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I really love the Altered series and I think that it gets better and better as it goes on. The first two books are told from Anna’s point of view and focus more on her and Sam. Reborn changes things up by not just focusing on Nick but also becoming an alternating POV with him and Elizabeth. I loved this style and now kind of wish that Altered and Erased had done the same as I’d love to be able to see into Sam’s head. Elizabeth is a new character to the series and she adds in a nice balance to Nick. They are very much a yin and yang to the other and give each other balance. Elizabeth helps to bring out Nick’s softer side and Nick helps bring out Elizabeth’s strength.

Reborn is a fast paced story and if I had the time I would have been able to read the whole thing in a day. There is a lot that goes on in this story but what I love about Jennifer Rush’s writing style is that she is able to maintain the mystery and keeps the reader guessing as the story unfolds. It was filled with intrigue and questions and I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough to see where it would all end up. Seriously, this series is one of my favorites and I really hope that there will be more books coming. After all Trev and Cass need to find their happily ever afters too. Plus there is still just so much to learn about the past of all of these boys and what the Branch will do next.

My feelings of Reborn summed up in a gif



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