Book Tour Review: The Insurgent
This book picks up from book one, so you really need to read these books in chronological order. Yet, you won't be sorry you did. I grew even more closer to Asher, Noah, and Brynn in this book. They have grown so much from the first book. More like strong fighters that were more than capable of attempting to take down Director Silas Reeves.
I was curious how the plot twist that came in the form of the cliffhanger in book one would play out in this book. Asher definitely had a personal dilemma to figure out with the surprise. There was no lack of action to be found in this book. As I was more invested in the characters, I was really rooting for them. A nice wrap up to this story. I would read more books by this author.
AsherMy legs collapsed, and I fell to my knees. The throbbing in my head hammered against my skull. Like my brain was trying to force its way out somehow. It was agonizing, and my stomach twisted with nausea. My lungs heaved, still short of oxygen. I crawled over to what was left of the mattress and rolled onto it. I’m here. Clutching my head, I searched the room for the source of the voice. I still couldn’t see. Someone could have easily slipped in while I destroyed the room. Give me control. So close. It was so close. But where? End your pain. In my head. The voice echoed in my head. It was him. A36. Through the crushing agony I gritted my teeth and struggled to force the word through my lips. “No.” But I felt him clawing his way out, inch by inch from the deep abyss inside me where I’d kept him imprisoned for my own sanity and the safety of others. You have nothing left. I squeezed my eyes shut and shook my head. But he spoke the truth. All that held me together were the scars of everything I’d lost. Everyone I’d ever loved. And scars could be easily ripped open.
About the AuthorTeri Polen reads and watches horror, sci-fi, and fantasy. The Walking Dead, Harry Potter, and anything Marvel-related are likely to cause fangirl delirium. She lives in Bowling Green, KY with her husband, sons, and black cat. Her first novel, Sarah, was a horror finalist in the 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Subject A36 was voted one of the 50 Best Indie Books of 2020 at ReadFree.ly. Visit her online at www.teripolen.com http://rrbooktours.com John H. Howell (Spotlight) https://johnwhowell.com Liliyana Shadowlyn (Review) https://lshadowlynauthor.com/ @mels_booksandhooks (Review) https://www.instagram.com/mels_booksandhooks/ Shari Sakuri (Review) https://sharisakurai.com/