The Gender Fall starts right where we left off with the last one. I'm honestly not even sure where to begin my review with The Gender Fall. The Gender Secret: Book Two Our story resumes with Violet once again running for her life and struggling to survive. Spending their last summer together on a Texas farm in the middle of nowhere isn't quite as exciting as they'd planned. Twenty-year-old Liana Castell must be careful what she thinks. Who will live and who will die? Their little band of outsiders that are committed to a world with no preconceived gender notions needs more people, and needs to get ahead of Elena and Desmond. Loved books 1-4, but book 5 seems like filler.
I'm not really sure what else to say with this series. Analyzing gender is a basic method video games are an interesting area for application during the past fifty years most video game inventors programmers and. But with this knowledge comes grave danger, as Liana will quickly discover. Men who appear and disappear. It was so hard to read and I appreciate how Bella incorporated it.
This book was a waste of time and the only reason I got through it was with the audiobook. You bet and I am, for a wide variety of ages. That's all Riley wants before heading off to college and parting ways with her two best friends. It's so nice to see a character arc. Basically there are two sides the male and female. The Gender Game series is one of the most intense series I've read and it didn't stop in this one.
Is either of them still alive? Cal's powerful Silver allies, alongside Mare and the Scarlet Guard, prove a formidable force. And that's exactly what Forrest has delivered in The Gender Game Series. It is the bane of 19-year-old Robin Sylvone's existence. Killing all of them off would be a kindness. Men have no rights in Matrus, but neither do women living in Patrus. She has sold over seven million books since her first novel was published in 2012.
But where would she be without Viggo's love to nurse her to health and help her move past the trauma that she's been through. These books have been one big roller coaster after the next. It's clear Bella Forrest does her own editing. And without Desmond's help, Viggo will die. Lab experiments that might make you lose your eyebrows and other body parts? This author really knows how to drag a series out. Violet is now a wanted fugitive by Matrus and Patrus so where will they go? But one decision could save her life.
A fractured and divided America ushers in an authoritarian government that promises to solve all these problems in one stroke with a radical solution. This has been one heck of an emotional read!! Desmond is not a dual personality of Lee as Violet originally suspected but is, in fact, a real person. With limited options and no other viable choice, Violet must choose to trust Desmond but as even more secrets are revealed including the fate of the missing boys of Matrus, Violet begins to recognize the true complexity of her situation. A new rebel faction calling themselves The Liberators has suddenly appeared and Violet quickly learns that the Desmond to whom Lee Bertrand's letter was addressed, is so much more than Lee's middle name. If you are new to Bella read her A shade of Vampire books you won't be disappointed; First, I keep seeing the ad for this book on Facebook and I commented that the series I bought all 7 was shallow and had no character development.
The whole thing is being too dragged out. In Book Two, Forrest expands the points of view to include a perspective from the male protagonist, Viggo Croft along with an additional brief insight from the newly crowned Queen Elena of Matrus. To enter the kingdom of Patrus, where men rule and women submit. I'm over a story that started with a strong, independent female character not remotely interested in being with a man, and turned her into someone whose entire existence revolves around a relationship. The death of this bully, no matter that it was unintentional, would cost her everything, including her life.
The Gender War: Book Four The adventure continues in a race against the clock with even more pulse-pounding thrills, chills, lies, deceit, betrayal, action, suspense, heartwrenching angst and gripping emotion as Violet and Viggo are forced to face the true depth of their feelings. The story keeps getting better and better as Violet and Viggo fights to bring gender equality. This book follows an extremely dramatic ending from book four, The Gender War. I'm going to keep my review short and sweet for this book because there are so many huge, ground breaking events that take place and I don't want to spoil anything for any other readers. Now determined to protect her heart - and secure freedom for Reds and newbloods like her - Mare resolves to overthrow the kingdom of Norta once and for all. But when Robin and Jace return to the outside world after gaining permission from Nathan, there have been worrying developments.