ARCHENEMIES

by Marissa Meyer

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

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    • 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.
    • Just as good, if not better than the Renegades!
    • This book is best for the 13-18 range but I enjoy it in my 20s. Semi X-men kinda but its still a lot of fun.
    • It is an entertaining book that has everything that a reader wants in a book: some comedic aspects, many action scenes, character development, a tad bit of romance, a struggle between to opposing sides, internal conflict, and many other things. It was basically everything I wanted for the sequel, minus more pages
    • I have read all of Marissa Meyer's other books and read Renegades when it came out last year. I was instantly hooked on the characters and their backstories. I love the character development Nova is going through as she gets closer the the renegades and especially Adrian. This sequel was a very exciting and intense way to continue the trilogy. I'm looking forward to the next book and other future works from Marissa Meyer.