• Title: Liberation
  • Author: Corinna Turner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Liberation Seriously Bane should I sit around and pat myself on the back for resisting the EuroGov for six months of my life and call it a day Or should I go out and try to make a world in which you and I can
    Seriously, Bane, should I sit around and pat myself on the back for resisting the EuroGov for six months of my life and call it a day Or should I go out and try to make a world in which you and I can raise children without being afraid one day they ll be taken from us and murdered SALPERTON FACILITY STANDS EMPTY EVERY OTHER FACILITY IS FULL.TIME TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT Seriously, Bane, should I sit around and pat myself on the back for resisting the EuroGov for six months of my life and call it a day Or should I go out and try to make a world in which you and I can raise children without being afraid one day they ll be taken from us and murdered SALPERTON FACILITY STANDS EMPTY EVERY OTHER FACILITY IS FULL.TIME TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.Margo, Bane and Jon are determined to fight the EuroGov Preferably by rescuing as many other ReAssignees as possible And if doing so shakes the EuroBloc to its foundations, so much the better.Meanwhile a madman awaits his fate.The world waits for Margo to take up her pen again.And in their secret base, Margo and Bane prepare to marry at last.But the safety of their new home is deceptive.When they are discovered, the EuroGov s vengeance will be swift.And merciless.

    One Reply to “Liberation”

    1. I find that book series typically fall into a few categories, either they start great and tapper off (The Hunger Games), or sometimes they build slowly (Duncton Chronicles), but few series keep up the intensity and the enjoyment (I Am Margaret or I Hunt Killers). This series in many ways keeps getting better and better. I was impressed with Turner's debut I Am Margaret. And I am even more impressed with this third instalment in the quadrilogy or tetralogy depending on your preference. This was a [...]

    2. I thoroughly enjoyed the third book in this series. This entire series is action-packed and fun to read, but also so thought-provoking. Turner's clean, quick, and descriptive writing style is so fitting for this type of story.It's easy to see the similarities in attitudes and ideologies between the future conveyed in this story and today. I love how Margo, Bane, and Jon stir things up a bit, and I love the message that the books in this series give: we can't just sit around and watch our world f [...]

    3. Just! No! I can't! Why? HOW COULD IT END LIKE THAT?Why do I keep thinking every series I start is going to be a trilogy? (Though the fact that the book was called 'Liberation' also led to my belief that it was the last book in the series. How was I to know that Liberation referred to the rescuing or liberating of ReAssignees, rather than the liberation of the oppressed world?) When is the fourth book coming out? The sneak peek at the end of book three said that it was coming out in November, 201 [...]

    4. Probably more 3.5 than 3, but it makes me choose 3 or 4. Oh well. It took me a bit longer to get into this one, than the other 3 books in the series. It had plenty of action, so I am not sure why. I do know that I like the way the follow-up book (Bane's Eyes) handled Margo's blog, with blurbs interspersed, rather than reading whole posts. So maybe it had a slightly less polished feel? Well, I still enjoyed it, and it is definitely important to read once you start the series (you can't skip it - [...]

    5. Originally posted on my blogI am blown away. This is definitely the best novel out of the three so far, but when the fourth comes out soon, I may change my mind. I doubt that I will, but we’ll have to wait and see.Remember when I posted about Diversity in Catholic YA a month ago? Yeah, that was just before Liberation came out. And now that it’s out and I’ve read it, all my dreams of diverse Catholic YA novels are fulfilled. Well, not all the way, there’s still a long way to go. But we’ [...]

    6. Three books in, and I feel like a secret member of the Margo/Bane/Jon trio after having shared so intimately in their risky escapes, harrowing travels, and now perilous exile.Liberation tracks the Underground's determined attempts to free as many imprisoned citizens of the EuroBloc as possible, all the while undermining the EuroGov - whether by (nonlethal) force or through electronic media.At the same time, Margo and Bane enjoy (barely) enough health and security to finally plan their wedding. M [...]

    7. Faith in action best describes Liberation and challenges readers about our faith, forgiveness, goodness, right versus wrong, and humility. Margo, Bane, and Jon are fighting non-violently to empty EuroBloc Genetics Facilities to demonstrate that their daring escape wasn't just luck. The colorful characters beg you to root for them--Father Mark, Sister Krayj, Pope Cornelius, Eduardo, and even Lucas Everington--as they fight for the right to life and religious freedom for all. Definitely will keep [...]

    8. such a roller coaster! I loved this book now I can't decide which one is my favorite so far! I was on the edge of my seat the entire book! Now the wait for the next book will be forever! Thank you Corinna for awesome story!

    9. Another great one by Corinna Turner! I can't believe there is only one book left for me to read in this fascinating series!

    10. Oh my goodness!!!!! My heart was beating so fast towards the end of this book!!!! It was so good!!! Definitely as wonderful and suspenseful as the first two.

    11. Disappointed to see there's another book in the series which I will have to read! Interesting story but too simplistic and unrealistic.

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