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This book suffers terribly from second book syndrome. I did go into this expecting that due to the fact that this series was originally planned to only be a duology. Expanding a duology into a trilogy doesn't mean bad things, and can be good, but I really don't think the plot of the whole series warranted an entire third book.
Much of the book here is focusing on Nova and Adrian's romance. I know I said that Mrs. Meyer's romances are adorable and just get to me, but a 470 middle-book romance is not what I was looking to pick up. Honestly, the actual plot of this one can be wrapped up in probably 50 pages or so. I'm also amazed in how long the reveal plot line is being dragged out (I think you understand this if you've read the first one). It is getting to be ridiculous at this point, and I think that plotline is what most readers are returning to this series are looking for.
I'm going with 3 stars, as in I liked it, because I listened to this mainly on audiobook and it's very easy to listen to, and it's okay to zone out on every once and awhile. Again, I do enjoy the romance, it's just that I don't think we needed 470 more pages of it. I will continue on with the series; I just hope the actual action of a superhero and super villain story actually picks up in the finale.
In the second installment of the Renegades Trilogy, Nova is pushed deeper into a web of lies by her uncle Ace Anarchy, who wishes to bring down the superhero government. To restore her uncle to full power, Nova will need to steal back his powerful helmet from the Renegade headquarters. But will her feelings for Adrian get in the way of her mission?
Adrian is also under pressure, trying to bury his secret identity as the Sentinel for good, and grasping with the ramifications of a new weapon distributed by his own fathers. And even though no one believes him, he still has a feeling the Anarchist Nightmare is still alive.
Caught in a web of lies and danger, Adrian and Nova have to decide where they stand...
While I enjoyed the second book, I wasn't thrilled with it like the first. Even the title- Arch-Enemies - sounds like second book stuffing, and apart from a few emotional moments the story, thos book reads off as a way to get to book 3. I will say that, as a positive, Nova and Adrian are great together, and I really hope things still work out for them. Just in a better book!
Got it for a friend for their birthday. There is no book cover, which made the outside of the book look awful-- like a bible but red. Disappointing. Would really appreciate it if there was a book cover like the picture.