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Good to refuseThings are meant to be different at the Resistance everything is meant to be better But when life is about survival sacrifices must be made What will Allira sacrifice for her freedo. The Resistance is a solid follow up to The Institute We pick up Allira's story several months after the end of The Institute where she is working with Drew to round up other defectives for the Institute But as we learned at the end of The Institute an underground Resistance is doing their own recruiting and they want Allira The problem is Shilah and Tate are still at the Institute and her allegiances are pulling her apart She'd love nothing than to bring down the Institute but not at the cost of her brother and best friendPlotThe plot is intriguing drawing me in as I learned about the mysterious Resistance and who is calling the shots what the Institute is really up to and who's behind it and what Allira's future has in store for her There are a lot of layers here all seamlessly woven in with than a couple of twists I never saw comingWorld BuildingThe author deepens the world building in this second go round providing further clues to the underpinnings of both the Resistance and the Institute The world is a bleak place in her dystopian vision dark and suffocating at times but with a peek at blue sky promises if only they survive long enough to experience itCharactersThere is character development in The Resistance as Allira comes to terms with her fate uncovers some surprising information about her past and embraces her feelings for the important people in her life Drew also goes through a transformation but I never uite knew where he stands which makes him still one of my favorite characters in the seriesTop Five Things I Enjoyed About The Resistance1 The Ending Once again the ending was not what I expected It caught me off guard and slammed me into a wall making me gasp for breath and beg for 2 Drew He continues to evade stereotype He refuses to allow me to either love or hate him Instead he pushes me away only to pull me back in like a co dependent lover Can't wait to see what happens with him in the next book3 The Twists I love when an author can shock me particularly when the plot twist is a natural evolution of the story4 Shate or Tailah Not sure of the best ship name for this couple but they are adorable5 Allira's Determination Even when she's put in the worst situations she manages to grit her teeth and find a way to persevereBottom LineThe Resistance is a worthy seuel to The Institute better in almost every way And The Institute was really goodDisclaimerI was provided with a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review

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It’s what every Defective person wants – freedom liberation from the InstituteAllira had her chance Then why is she still working for themIt has been three months since she first started work. The second installment of The Institute Resistance was as good if not better than the first Kayla Howarth does a great job of continuing her story about the 'defectives people who have special powers brought about by genetic mutations In the dwindling population these few are hunted and imprisoned by the government forced to do their bidding or suffer the conseuences Allira the main character is fighting her own rebellion by pretending to work for the Institute but she is really working with the resistanceat first There is to the resistance than meets the eye What you ask Well you will have to read the book to find out I loved Allira She is a strong and selfless heroine with just that right amount of sass and stubbornness She is certainly no damsel in distress waiting for the 'man' to come rescue her The secondary characters are just as well developed and I enjoyed how they were simply not just good vs evil They had so many layers to them One moment you hated a character and the next you were rooting for them again Howarth definitely knows how to keep you on your toes All in all it was a great read Action packed nail biting drama and I enjoyed every minute of it Well maybe not what happened so much at the endbut again you will have to read it to find out what I am talking about hehehe I am looking forward to the next book in the series Hurry up Kayla 5 out of 5 shiny stars

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Ing as an agent for the Institute She’s good at her job She has to be There’s too much at stakeAfter an arrest goes awry she’s faced with the possibility of escaping again and an offer too. I LOVED this second installment of Kayla Howarth's YA dystopian The Institute trilogy I will try to keep this review spoiler free but if you haven't read The Institute yet you should go read it immediately instead of this reviewResistance picks right up where the first book left off Drew and Allira are now agents for the Institute and have been sent out on a mission to arrest a Defective named Licia But as we found out at the end of The Institute there's a resistance brewing in the outback composed of a relatively small group of Defectives and non Defective sympathizers Among them are Allira's parents Allira's boyfriend Chad and his mother and Paxton Brookfield's double crossing right hand man Allira and a reluctant Drew soon join their compound where they receive further training and try to find their place in the community As part of the resistance Allira grows as a fighter and a leader She begins to realize that in their fight for freedom she may have to make some tough choices and sacrifices and wonders if when the time comes she'll be able to do itI love watching Allira grow as a young woman in this series becoming a stronger and independent person and accepting responsibility She's able to see the bigger picture and make decisions accordingly putting aside personal feelings and gain I really grew to love many of the characters in The Institute and Resistance Chad Allira's brother Shilah Tate and Paxton just to name a few Ms Howarth has also done a good job of making the rebel movement feel very authentic A few members of the resistance are very selfish and don't really seem to have the best interests of the Defectives in mind which I think is realistic We don't have good guys and bad guys we have people with individual motives and interests that sometimes align with the side their fighting for but sometimes don'tOkay so I guess personally I'm a little disappointed that the inkling of a love triangle I thought I detected in The Institute isn't really what's happening in this series but I guess that's okay I know everyone except me is sick of them and I applaud the author for breaking away from this trendReally the only thing that bothered me about the book was Drew in the beginning He's still mostly the character leaving both Allira and the reader uncertain of whether to trust him or not and I like that aspect I just felt like he went along with Allira and the resistance a little too easily when they first joined up Even if he always had that side to him that uestioned the Institute he's been brainwashed during his time there and has been working as an agent for them I thought he would have put up of a fight and that the resistance would have been a lot wary of himI'm sure some people will be annoyed at something that happens at the end of Resistance I thought I would be bummed than I was lol but maybe that's because I sort of saw it coming I had read too many reviews before I read the book I knew something was going to happen and I had already kind of guessed who it was going to happen to I had already emotionally prepared myself haha Anyway it was sad but it didn't make me hurl my computer across the roomIn summary Resistance is a satisfying thrilling YA read that you won't be able to put down The other day I remembered another YA dystopian type series I had read in high school by another Australian author Tomorrow When the War Began It was one of my favorites and I'd say The Institute trilogy will rank right up there with it In the back of the book it says that the third installment Defective is due out in November 2015 and I can't waitI received an ARC of Resistance in exchange for an honest review Leadership @ Infosys the Institute She’s good at her job She has The Emergency: A Personal History to be There’s Sahir and Jaadu too much at stakeAfter an arrest goes awry she’s faced with Amitabh: The Making of a Superstar the possibility of escaping again and an offer Rediscovering Dharavi: Stories From Asia's Largest Slum too. I LOVED The Sky of Afghanistan this second installment of Kayla Howarth's YA dystopian The Institute The Night of Kaamini trilogy I will Clearing a Space: Reflections on India, Literature and Culture try Why Loiter?: Women and Risk on Mumbai Streets to keep Ambushed this review spoiler free but if you haven't read The Institute yet you should go read it immediately instead of Dateline Islamabad this reviewResistance picks right up where Sorry, Best Friend! the first book left off Drew and Allira are now agents for Fear and Forgiveness: The Aftermath of Massacre the Institute and have been sent out on a mission The Concert to arrest a Defective named Licia But as we found out at It's a Mom!: What You Should Know About the Early Years of Motherhood the end of The Institute Satyr of the Subway there's a resistance brewing in The Distorted Mirror: Stories, Travelogues, Sketches the outback composed of a relatively small group of Defectives and non Defective sympathizers Among Yuva India: Consumption and Lifestyle Choices of a Young India them are Allira's parents Allira's boyfriend Chad and his mother and Paxton Brookfield's double crossing right hand man Allira and a reluctant Drew soon join Daughters: A Story of Five Generations their compound where Making The Minister Smile they receive further Dalit Millionaires 15 Inspiring Stories training and The God of Small Things - Arundhati Roy try Finger Pointing to the Moon: Discourses on the Adhyatma Upanishad to find Dalit Millionaires: 15 Inspiring Stories their place in NINE - Curse of the Kalingan the community As part of Chutnefying English: The Phenomenon of Hinglish the resistance Allira grows as a fighter and a leader She begins Let's Play: Puffin Book of Sports Storie to realize Legal Confidential: Adventures of an Indian Lawyer that in Bihar Is in the Eye of the Beholder their fight for freedom she may have Fade Into Red to make some Gifted : Inspiring Stories of People with Disabilities tough choices and sacrifices and wonders if when A Bottle Of Dew the The Ledge Between the Streams time comes she'll be able The Lamp is Lit: Leaves from a Journal to do itI love watching Allira grow as a young woman in Ferry Crossing: Short Stories From Goa this series becoming a stronger and independent person and accepting responsibility She's able Coach to see Out of the Box: Watching the Game We Love the bigger picture and make decisions accordingly putting aside personal feelings and gain I really grew How to Prepare for the Coming Persecution to love many of Restart: The Last Chance for the Indian Economy the characters in The Institute and Resistance Chad Allira's brother Shilah Tate and Paxton just When the Penny Drops: Learning What's Not Taught to name a few Ms Howarth has also done a good job of making The Way Home: Contemporary Bengali Short Fiction the rebel movement feel very authentic A few members of Paro: Dreams Of Passion the resistance are very selfish and don't really seem Out of the Box: Watching the Game We Love to have We Weren't Lovers Like That the best interests of Caravans: Indian Merchants on the Silk Road (Indian Merchants on the Silk Road) the Defectives in mind which I Ladies, Please!: Dating Truths by a Man think is realistic We don't have good guys and bad guys we have people with individual motives and interests The Girls From Overseas that sometimes align with Managing radical change: What Indian companies must do to become World-class the side Welcome To Americastan their fighting for but sometimes don'tOkay so I guess personally I'm a little disappointed Dalchini Ke Jungle (Hindi) that Anatomy Of An Abduction the inkling of a love A Short History of Congress Chamchagiri triangle I Red Lipstick thought I detected in The Institute isn't really what's happening in Indian Railways: The Weaving of a National Tapestry this series but I guess A Cure For Laziness that's okay I know everyone except me is sick of Romancing with Life (Book & DVD) them and I applaud Dals the author for breaking away from How It Happened this Heaven Texas: un posto nel tuo cuore trendReally Fun in Devlok the only Me and My Plays thing Going Places: India's Small-Town Cricket Heroes that bothered me about The Department of Denials the book was Drew in A Chola Adventure: Girls of India the beginning He's still mostly Gunda Dhur Ki Taalash Mein (Hindi) the character leaving both Allira and The Best of Tenida the reader uncertain of whether Many Roads through Paradise: An Anthology of Sri Lankan Literature to Pakistan's Nuclear Bomb: A Story of Defiance, Deterrence and Deviance trust him or not and I like Entrances: An American Director's Journey that aspect I just felt like he went along with Allira and Keys to inner space the resistance a little The Book of Why: The New Science of Cause and Effect too easily when The Gospel in Disney they first joined up Even if he always had The Breath of Dawn that side Cahier D'Activites to Accompany Pause-Cafe Cahier D'Activites to Accompany Pause-Cafe to him Conflicts of Interest: My Journey through India’s Green Movement that uestioned Gayab Hota Desh (Hindi): the Institute he's been brainwashed during his Seeking An Inner Refuge time Suleiman Charitra there and has been working as an agent for Indian Folktales And Legends them I Steps in Darkness thought he would have put up of a fight and Moleskine 2013 Weekly Planner+Notes, 12 Month, Extra Large, Black, Soft Cover (7.5 x 10) that Rebirth: A Novel the resistance would have been a lot wary of himI'm sure some people will be annoyed at something Defying the Odds: The Rise of Dalit Entrepreneurs that happens at The Sacrifice Box the end of Resistance I Against the Grain: A Deep History of the Earliest States thought I would be bummed Spot Girl than I was lol but maybe New Life: Selected Stories that's because I sort of saw it coming I had read Good Enough too many reviews before I read Highway on my Plate-II: the indian guide to roadside eating the book I knew something was going By The Sabarmati to happen and I had already kind of guessed who it was going Sikandar Chowk Park to happen Rani Padmavati: The Burning Queen to I had already emotionally prepared myself haha Anyway it was sad but it didn't make me hurl my computer across The Gift of Sacrifice (Short) the roomIn summary Resistance is a satisfying A Tale of Two Revolts thrilling YA read Band of Soldiers: A Year on the Road with Shivaji that you won't be able दोहरी ज़िंदगी to put down The other day I remembered another YA dystopian Haripant The Wise type series I had read in high school by another Australian author Tomorrow When Geek Sublime: Writing Fiction, Coding Software the War Began It was one of my favorites and I'd say The Institute Suki trilogy will rank right up Squiggle takes a walk: Learning about Punctuation there with it In In the Shadow of Inheritance the back of How to Love Your Body (and Get the Body You Love) the book it says Indianomix: Making Sense of Modern India that Mission India: A Vision for Indian Youth the Brothers: A Novel third installment Defective is due out in November 2015 and I can't waitI received an ARC of Resistance in exchange for an honest review


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  1. says:

    Absolutely amazingReview to come I need to calm myself first UpdateSecond book in a fantastic series Expectations were very high and I can say that did not disappoint I think even that managed to overcomeIn this volume we follow closely Allira this time she is out of the Institute and looking for defectives She also discovers new secrets and the plot walks all around them I can't described many of them without be a major spoiler but I will try When Allira is working for the Institute in the outside world she discovers that after all her mother is alive and that her best friend is with her There is some kind of a secret community where are many defectives are hidden from the Institute and that's where the people who disappeared from Allira's life are It is this community that most of the story of this book is spend full of new characters and intrigue than was thought at firstAllira no longer have to worry so much about her brother this time he is safe with her The concern falls on Tate who was at the institute and according to people who work there and bring information to the community he's dead but it's all an uncertainty From the moment that Allira knows that her best friend could be in danger she tries to find a way to get him out of there I really like this character she is consistent throughout the story is brave and not afraid to risk her life for the people she care about In addition she tries to give a better life to all defectives which I find very goodIn this book Drew have a little focus but honestly I don't know if Allira can trust him 100% He tries to help Allira on what he can and is the first to offer to help rescue Tate If it wasn't for him she would have not been able to go to the Institute but sometimes he has some attitudes that makes me wondering if he's good or not and I'm not sure what will happen next I can't help liking the guy I'm Team Drew until the end PChad and Allira are closer to each other I liked to see them together my poor little Drew P What I didn't like was his reaction when Allira wants to go rescue Tate from the Institute who is the cousin after all I didn't like his mother most arrogant person and also didn't like that she had made a kind of brainwashing What I really liked was to see him say no to his mother and eventually help Allira What happened at the end broke my heart I cried so much but it all made sense if you think about the general situationAbout the new characters I liked some others not so much and some not at all Can they just disappear? I loved the story well written and very fluid This was one of the books I was than half trough it and just thought I have to read slowly because this is almost over There are few books that make me feel like this is good because it means it's a good book but it's also bad because I will have to wait so much to read the next one I strongly advise this series it's very well written this new world was very well created and the characters are well developed Can't wait for November when it leaves the last book of the trilogy Good news it seems that the author will release a trilogy after this is set in the same world but 20 years later


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    The second installment of The Institute Resistance was as good if not better than the first Kayla Howarth does a great job of continuing her story about the 'defectives people who have special powers brought about by genetic mutations In the dwindling population these few are hunted and imprisoned by the government forced to do their bidding or suffer the conseuences Allira the main character is fighting her own rebellion by pretending to work for the Institute but she is really working with the resistanceat first There is to the resistance than meets the eye What you ask? Well you will have to read the book to find out I loved Allira She is a strong and selfless heroine with just that right amount of sass and stubbornness She is certainly no damsel in distress waiting for the 'man' to come rescue her The secondary characters are just as well developed and I enjoyed how they were simply not just good vs evil They had so many layers to them One moment you hated a character and the next you were rooting for them again Howarth definitely knows how to keep you on your toes All in all it was a great read Action packed nail biting drama and I enjoyed every minute of it Well maybe not what happened so much at the endbut again you will have to read it to find out what I am talking about hehehe I am looking forward to the next book in the series Hurry up Kayla 5 out of 5 shiny stars


  3. says:

    I can't wait for everyone to continue Allira's story in this next instalment of The Institute Series


  4. says:

    I LOVED this second installment of Kayla Howarth's YA dystopian The Institute trilogy I will try to keep this review spoiler free but if you haven't read The Institute yet you should go read it immediately instead of this reviewResistance picks right up where the first book left off Drew and Allira are now agents for the Institute and have been sent out on a mission to arrest a Defective named Licia But as we found out at the end of The Institute there's a resistance brewing in the outback composed of a relatively small group of Defectives and non Defective sympathizers Among them are Allira's parents Allira's boyfriend Chad and his mother and Paxton Brookfield's double crossing right hand man Allira and a reluctant Drew soon join their compound where they receive further training and try to find their place in the community As part of the resistance Allira grows as a fighter and a leader She begins to realize that in their fight for freedom she may have to make some tough choices and sacrifices and wonders if when the time comes she'll be able to do itI love watching Allira grow as a young woman in this series becoming a stronger and independent person and accepting responsibility She's able to see the bigger picture and make decisions accordingly putting aside personal feelings and gain I really grew to love many of the characters in The Institute and Resistance Chad Allira's brother Shilah Tate and Paxton just to name a few Ms Howarth has also done a good job of making the rebel movement feel very authentic A few members of the resistance are very selfish and don't really seem to have the best interests of the Defectives in mind which I think is realistic We don't have good guys and bad guys we have people with individual motives and interests that sometimes align with the side their fighting for but sometimes don'tOkay so I guess personally I'm a little disappointed that the inkling of a love triangle I thought I detected in The Institute isn't really what's happening in this series but I guess that's okay I know everyone except me is sick of them and I applaud the author for breaking away from this trendReally the only thing that bothered me about the book was Drew in the beginning He's still mostly the character leaving both Allira and the reader uncertain of whether to trust him or not and I like that aspect I just felt like he went along with Allira and the resistance a little too easily when they first joined up Even if he always had that side to him that uestioned the Institute he's been brainwashed during his time there and has been working as an agent for them I thought he would have put up of a fight and that the resistance would have been a lot wary of himI'm sure some people will be annoyed at something that happens at the end of Resistance I thought I would be bummed than I was lol but maybe that's because I sort of saw it coming I had read too many reviews before I read the book I knew something was going to happen and I had already kind of guessed who it was going to happen to I had already emotionally prepared myself haha Anyway it was sad but it didn't make me hurl my computer across the roomIn summary Resistance is a satisfying thrilling YA read that you won't be able to put down The other day I remembered another YA dystopian type series I had read in high school by another Australian author Tomorrow When the War Began It was one of my favorites and I'd say The Institute trilogy will rank right up there with it In the back of the book it says that the third installment Defective is due out in November 2015 and I can't waitI received an ARC of Resistance in exchange for an honest review


  5. says:

    Resistance is the long awaited follow up to The Institute Oh hang on didn't I read The Institute just a few weeks ago?Luckily for us readers this second installment was released recently and the third installment is on its way Can I start with a small caveat first?Having set everything up beautifully in The Institute I expected Book Two to start with a bang I have to admit to finding both books a little on the slow side at the start But often the best part of your food is in the middle am I right? And it's not long before Resistance is hitting the heady heights of its predecessorI think our MC is much engaging in this follow up She's ballsy without being an overtly annoying kick ass heroine If she wasshe would be just another Katniss cut outFortunately we are saved from any repetitive girl on fire by someone who is not actually on fire but is at boiling point all the sameNow part of the 'inside' Allira continues her resistance against the state but with echoes of not really knowing who to trustThere are some fascinating scenes in the book Brookfield's interrogation of her was genuinely chilling and it seems that as the book progressed we were being led up to one big bang then another then anotherResistance is brilliant once it gets going Perhaps the slowish start is my view only and not anyone else's This is fine as the storytelling is pure uality and yesthe dialogue is far better tooThere was one real humdinger of a scene in the book and it happens about two thirds in It's so good that even if you predicted it just watch it unfold and excite you as Allira and everyone around her must deal with its conseuencesPut simply this is shaping up to be the best dystopian trilogy I have read in a whilesince ooh I don't knowThe Hunger Games Praise indeed but praise deservedNow stop what you are doing and get a hold of this series


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    Prepare for a rave review because that’s what’s about to happen I absolutely loved Resistance by Kayla Howarth It’s the second book in her The Institute trilogy and it’s one of those stories that just gets better and better the you read By the end of the book I was turning pages or tapping them on my nook so fast that I was really mad when I got to the end because I was going to have to wait a little while for book three You know those books that get your heart racing? The kind where you think about the characters even when you aren’t reading? That is ResistanceAllira and Drew have left the institute to become outside agents tracking and arresting “defective” people that the world now sees as a blight on society Well part of the world There is a resistance building near the radiation zones Their mission is to fight for the freedoms of those with “abilities” many of whom have joined their cause At least that is what Allira is told is their mission when she joins up See Allira has a secret about her ability A secret that the resistance will use if they find out There’s a faction within these new allies that can’t be trusted even when it comes to saving one of their leaders Allira’s best friend Can she do it without them? Will she have to do it without them? What is the cost of Allira’s secret and what is the cost of her new mission? These uestions are answered in the uick nail biting style that I love about Ms Howarth The characters are well developed and easy to love or to hate We are given a hero we can all relate to She isn’t perfect but she is driven brave and loyal to a fault Who doesn’t love that?Read this series NOW You won’t regret it


  7. says:

    Rhoda D'Ettore's Reviews I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest reviewAlthough I do not usually read this genre I was captivated by the first book in this series The Institute Kayla Howarth does an excellent job creating a world in which the population was decimated and some people acuired special powers through genetic mutation Fearing the Defectives lawmakers enacted policies to protect society from these people Resistance is book two in the series and follows the story right where the other book left off Both books provided us with a fully fleshed out society a variety of characters that are independent of each other and plot twists that keep the reader interested Every chapter leaves the reader wanting and the end of book one left me with wow what's next Resistance provided me with those answers as family and friends joined together to fight against the evil Institute almost in an Empire Strikes Back sort of way Throughout both books is a sarcastic humor that keeps the flow going with a sense of realismAs I said I usually do not read YA and especially books written in first person with present tense However to pass on this series because of those reasons would have done myself a terrible injustice Kudos to Ms Howarth for another excellent read


  8. says:

    The Resistance is a solid follow up to The Institute We pick up Allira's story several months after the end of The Institute where she is working with Drew to round up other defectives for the Institute But as we learned at the end of The Institute an underground Resistance is doing their own recruiting and they want Allira The problem is Shilah and Tate are still at the Institute and her allegiances are pulling her apart She'd love nothing than to bring down the Institute but not at the cost of her brother and best friendPlotThe plot is intriguing drawing me in as I learned about the mysterious Resistance and who is calling the shots what the Institute is really up to and who's behind it and what Allira's future has in store for her There are a lot of layers here all seamlessly woven in with than a couple of twists I never saw comingWorld BuildingThe author deepens the world building in this second go round providing further clues to the underpinnings of both the Resistance and the Institute The world is a bleak place in her dystopian vision dark and suffocating at times but with a peek at blue sky promises if only they survive long enough to experience itCharactersThere is character development in The Resistance as Allira comes to terms with her fate uncovers some surprising information about her past and embraces her feelings for the important people in her life Drew also goes through a transformation but I never uite knew where he stands which makes him still one of my favorite characters in the seriesTop Five Things I Enjoyed About The Resistance1 The Ending Once again the ending was not what I expected It caught me off guard and slammed me into a wall making me gasp for breath and beg for 2 Drew He continues to evade stereotype He refuses to allow me to either love or hate him Instead he pushes me away only to pull me back in like a co dependent lover Can't wait to see what happens with him in the next book3 The Twists I love when an author can shock me particularly when the plot twist is a natural evolution of the story4 Shate or Tailah Not sure of the best ship name for this couple but they are adorable5 Allira's Determination Even when she's put in the worst situations she manages to grit her teeth and find a way to persevereBottom LineThe Resistance is a worthy seuel to The Institute better in almost every way And The Institute was really goodDisclaimerI was provided with a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review


  9. says:

    In The Institute Kayla Howarth introduced us to a world whose population has been devastated by disease and nuclear war While humanity hunkers down within the borders of their countries refusing to let anyone in people with special abilities spring up from the fold and the paranoid government rips these people away from their families and sends them to The Institute a high tech prison where Defectives are either imprisoned brainwashed or coerced into serving the Institute's needsAllira Daniels has found a way out The Resistance a community of escaped Defectives and sympathizers far away from the influence of The Institute But brave Allira can't be satisfied to hide while the Institute spreads their lies and so she much use her exceptional skills to turn their community into a true Resistance and take down the Institute once and for allAllira is a marvelous heroine one that most people should be able to identify with She is surrounded by an exceptional cast of characters some of whose motivations remain unclear And without giving anything away there were several jaw dropping twists in the story that I just did not see comingWith plenty of action drama suspense and humor Resistance is a worthy successor to The Institute I cannot wait for the conclusion to this trilogy


  10. says:

    After reading The Institute I was looking forward to reading Resistance and it did not disappoint Allira is a strong courageous girl that anyone can look up too Joining the Resistance is a step forward to freeing the Defective population Along her journey she's met with old faces and new ones While trying to keep her double ability hidden she is met with many challenges with one of the council members of the Resistance Cyrus He knows there's something different about her and won't let it go Allira’s relationship with Chad grows strong but still teeter on the edge The presence of Drew doesn't help things either I want to write so about how captivating this story is and how it plays out but don't want to give anything away so you should just read it now This story was well written with lots of action and the pinch of romance everyone loves There are twists and turns that you don't see coming and it draws you in I couldn't put it down I love how Allira grows as a character and changes those around her without knowing it and that she fights for what she wants Can't wait to read Defective


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