by Marissa Meyer

In this sequel to "Renegades," Nova's double life may be catching up to her.

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  • @artinonova Honestly I have NO idea what’s gonna happen in book 3, the ending of archenemies was so unpredictable.…
  • my archenemies book was supposed to arrive today but i just checked and it’s not even in canada yet as if today cou…
  • My updated book collection (Peek @marissa_meyer ‘s Archenemies up there which just came in the mail today!)
  • It’s exciting to start a new book and I’d read Archenemies next but I need to wait for tomorrow to get it, so sorry…
  • On page 78 of 560 of Archenemies, by Marissa Meyer: THIS IS A VERY UPSETTING BOOK.
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    • Worth the wait! In a world of black and white, she does grey better than anyone I know. Can’t wait for the final book to be published.
    • Great read! Love love love her style of writing! Can’t put it down!
    • I really enjoyed Renegades, so I was excited to listen to the sequel, Archenemies. There were a few slow parts, but for the most part, the action was non-stop. Nova continued to straddle the line between the two sides and her constant flip-flopping keeps the reader guessing. However, it is the ending that really does this book justice. Just when you get comfortable with how things are, everything changes. It has really set book 3 up for quite the story, especially when Nova and Adrian love each other while Nightmare and the Sentinel hate each other. Also, Nova’s days in the Renegades are numbered. The narrators did a great job, and I especially liked Rebecca Soler’s reading. I’m really looking forward to the next book in this series.
    • The setting of a world run by superheroes is still an intriguing one and the characters have strong promise and continue to develop well, but I feel like the plot has gotten weaker as it relies on more and more improbable plot devices to artificially inflate the drama. As much as I enjoy Nova's character, how many cases of mistaken identity, coincidence, and deus ex machina can you cram into one book? Is it really necessary to equally ramp up the hate for a character's alter ego in direct proportion to falling in love with their secret identity?
    • One of my favorite books last year was Renegades. I'm always excited for more superhero material, so I couldn't wait for Archenemies. I wasn't disappointed.Nova is one of my favorite protagonists I've read in a while. I love how resourceful she is, yet insecure when it comes to feelings. Adrian is also compelling as he wrestles with the concepts of the Renegades and the failings of some of their ideas.The plot is gripping and the pace is great. I didn't have a bunch of time to read, but still made it through in a week. Now I'm waiting on pins and needles for book 3.