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review 2015-05-26 15:16
Review: Fight For Power! (Rule of Three #2)
The Rule of Three: Fight for Power - Eric Walters

At A Glance

Young Adult; Dystopia.
Love Triangle/Insta Love?: nope.
Cliff Hanger: Yep!
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Score Sheet
All out of ten

Plot: 8
Characters: 8
World Building: 7
Flow: 6
Series Congruity: 8
Writing: 7
Ending: 9

Total: 7.5

In Depth

Best Part:
Bad guys got what was coming to them!
Worst Part: draggggggingggggg.
Overall Feels Felt: Dragging; Oh snap!; NOOOO!


Continuing the Series:
Recommending: yah

Short Review: Well this was another sequel i read recently that didn't live up to my dreams for them! I love this series thou. I love how real it is and how it truly shows how shit will go if this event for sure happens. I did love the happy parts. I won't spoil! The ending nailed it for me. But the middle dragged kinda bad. I can't wait to see how this is gonna end!

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review 2015-02-28 20:50
The Rule of Three Fight For Power
By Eric Walters The Rule of Three: Fight for Power [Hardcover] - Eric Walters

The best word that I found to describe this book would be: bridge. I really loved The Rule of Three and I couldn’t wait to dig into its sequel, The Fight for Power but this novel just didn’t have the excitement and the storyline like the first book. In the prequel, I just couldn’t get enough of the drama and adventure that seemed to occur with every passing page but with this second book, I really did not feel that type of adrenaline rush or that intensity. I feel as if this book will serves as a bridge between a terrific beginning and I am hoping a fantastic ending novel, which has yet to be released.   There was really nothing terribly wrong with this novel; it just didn’t have what I was expecting based on the first book in the series. The author did an excellent job emerging the situation from novel one into this second novel which really helps put things into perspective if you forgot what happened or if you hadn’t read the first novel.

As the crisis becomes more long term, individuals become more on edge and they begin to lash out at each other. Inside their walls, they are trying to be a self-sustain community but there is only so much they can do. With tents of individuals living outside their fortress, their community is always being watched, a slip and a breech is likely. How long can they survive on their own?

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text 2015-02-11 19:32
In the Mail

I just put an order in for Incarceron by Catherine Fisher, Ingenue by Jillian Larkin, and Diva by Jillian Larkin.

I am very excited for Incarceron, but I'm not sure about Ingenue or Diva. I was disappointed in Vixen, but they're bargain, so I'll try them out. I really did want to like the series, so I'm all up for giving second chances!


Incarceron is pretty good, I got past my 100 page mark, so that's always a bonus in my books. I'm excited for finishing it and possibly getting Sapphique.


Before that, I got Fairest: Levana's Story by Marissa Meyer and Fight for Power by Eric Walters. I am slowly getting my Lunar Chronicles series together. Fairest was only $12, so how could I not snatch it up? I bought Fight for Power because I received a signed copy of Rule of Three by Eric Walters. I've been excited for Rule of Three for a while now, and just recently had the chance to buy it.


I have high hopes for the books of this month.

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text 2013-10-01 20:54
Fight the Power

Dear Goodreads Admins,


I'm still writing reviews about badly behaving authors.


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text 2013-09-27 10:09
Fight the Power

Dear Goodreads Admins,


I'm still writing reviews about badly behaving authors.


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