Ripped away from those she loves most, Tess is heartbroken as her small band of travelers reaches the Isolationist camp in the mysterious and barren Middlelands. Desperate to be reunited with James, the forbidden chosen one who stole her heart, she wants nothing to do with the rough... show more
Ripped away from those she loves most, Tess is heartbroken as her small band of travelers reaches the Isolationist camp in the mysterious and barren Middlelands. Desperate to be reunited with James, the forbidden chosen one who stole her heart, she wants nothing to do with the rough Isolationists, who are without allegiance in the war between the Westerners and Easterners. But having their protection, especially for someone as powerful as Tess, may come at a cost.When James returns, Tess’s world once again feels completeuntil she discovers her sister, Louisa, has taken up her old post at Templeton, the dangerous chosen ones training center and the site of Tess’s loss of innocence. Tess will do anything to protect her loved onesbut will the price be more than she can give?This second book in Tiffany Truitt’s dystopian series is a thought-provoking, thrilling story that asks who the true enemy really isthe chosen ones who are different, or the naturals
who are just like us.
Publish date: April 2nd 2013
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: The Lost Souls (#2)
My Rating – 3 Stars*I received a digital copy of this novel from Netgalley on behalf of Entangled Teen*This review will contain spoilers for the first book in the series, Chosen Ones. You can go here to read my review for the Chosen Ones.Tess, with the help of the rebels, her Chosen One boyfriend Ja...
I enjoyed Chosen Ones, but can easily say that Naturals is better. You can certainly tell that this is Ms. Truitt's second book. The plotting and pacing are better, and the characters more relatable. I found Tess, especially, to be extremely strong in this installment. She was much more willing to c...
This series so far is really great. I love the characters and the storyline. It is a very difficult and harsh world. I love the desperate feel of it all. This one took us to new places, and threw some twists in the mix. We also met some new characters that I really liked. I though this was a fantast...
My engagement with the story dropped off the more I progressed. Review to come.
Naturals was an interesting sequel to Chosen Ones. I was definitely excited to jump back into this fascinating world that Truitt has created again.Tess is now in the Middlelands with the Isolationists while James has returned to Templeton. Tess has developed so much since the first book and continue...