Wren and Callum finally reach the Reboot Reservation, a safe haven from HARC, which controls the cities. But it isn’t the paradise they’d hoped for. As they learn more about Micah, the bloodthirsty Reboot who runs it, they discover that he’s been creating an army with one goal in mind: to kill... show more
Wren and Callum finally reach the Reboot Reservation, a safe haven from HARC, which controls the cities. But it isn’t the paradise they’d hoped for. As they learn more about Micah, the bloodthirsty Reboot who runs it, they discover that he’s been creating an army with one goal in mind: to kill the humans in the cities … ALL of them. Wren’s first instinct is to head out for new territory, but Callum can’t stand by and let his human family and everyone else be hunted down. With HARC on one side and Micah on the other, saving the innocent and forging a lasting peace between humans and Reboots is a nearly impossible task. But Wren and Callum have never let that stop them before.
Publish date: June 1st 2014
Publisher: Allen and Unwin
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
Series: Reboot (#2)
Rebel -- Amy Tintera Book 2 (final) of Reboot duology This book was actually (and surprisingly) a whole lot more enjoyable than I had expected it to be... which is a strange expectation since I DID enjoy the first book a lot as well. I guess I was just concerned it would suffer as many a sequel ...
Awesome Ending!!! At least, I think it's an ending, I can't find anything about a third book. It would be totally cool if there is, though. Synopsis: Wren Connolly thought she'd left her human side behind when she dies five years ago and came back 178 minutes later as a Reboot. With her new a...
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If you'll recall, I rather liked Reboot, the first book in this series. It was one of those books that you have to suspend disbelief to enjoy, but it was a fun ride. When Rebel popped up on my recommendations in Audible, I was excited! Khristine Hvam narrates both of these, and she's one of my all t...