Prodigy (Legend, #2)
Publisher: Putnam Juvenile
Pages no: 372
I didn't quite enjoy it as much as Legend but it is a very good sequel.
This book was great, and so much better than Legend.Prodigy continues the story of June and Day after their narrow escape from the Republic at the end of the last book. They've reached Vegas and they quickly find the Patriots, lead by a man called Razor. They're welcomed with open arms and immediate...
There's only one reason I'm giving Prodigy 4 stars and that reason is June. She rocked this book, once again proving herself to be an intelligent, kickass heroine. Day, on the other hand....oyyyy. He was a much stronger character in Legend, whereas in this book, he was just a walking bundle of angst...
http://divainpyjamas.blogspot.com.au/Prodigy begins with Day and June on a train bound for Vegas to join the Patriot movement, while fleeing the oppression of the republic. On the run, the relationship between Day and June is strained. He despises republic soldiers and still can't silence the naggin...
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