Publish date: January 29th 2013
Pages no: 356
Edition language: English
Series: Legend (#2)
⭐4 stars⭐ All it takes is one generation to brainwash a population and convince them that reality doesn't exist..
The first book [b:Legend|9275658|Legend (Legend, #1)|Marie Lu|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1333909141s/9275658.jpg|14157512] lacked worldbuilding, but it was made up in this part.We get a lot of new information about the Colonies, the Republic, the war, and the history, which was interesting to rea...
It's been a long time since I read Legend, but I remember being blown away by it, then all my attempts to get into Prodigy failed and I thought I was suffering from a reading slump. It turns out Prodigy just wasn't all that good. Day and June were boring characters. Tess was sweet but unexceptional....
It took me a while to get into this, what with it being a few years since I read the first book, but I remembered bits. There was a bit of a surprise thrown in but by the time it came about I was kind if expecting something like that to happen anyway. I'm going to have to read the third and fina...
After saving Day from execution, June and Day are on the run from the Republic. With no options left, they join with the Patriots to help them bring down the Republic. But are the Patriots the allies they think they are? Or have they just thrown themselves into another dangerous situation? I am ha...