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Sunday, December 8

Review: Subversive (The Warrior #3) by Rebecca Royce

Title: Subversive
By: Rebecca Royce
Series: The Warrior #3
My Copy: Amazon.com
BookWhisperer's Rating:

Rachel Clancy has been through a lot. With a mission to fight vampires, while losing two boyfriends—one to a vampire and one because of his daddy issues—she is in charge of a secret revolution that could change Genesis, her home, forever. Her confidence is shot, her hands are shaking, and she hasn’t felt a real emotion, except for anger, in a long time.

But Rachel should never be counted out. She sees things others can’t, even if her ideas are considered downright traitorous. The life destined for Rachel is to lead in the world, filled with vampires and werewolves instead of romance and flowers—always forced to fight to stay alive and vanquish any threat to her friends and family. But no matter how many times she’s won, the evil that has stalked her never forgets her name….

Life is a continuous battle that never ends…


What a kicker that Royce throws at us in the third installment of the series “Warriors.”  I was sucked into this book from the first page and was super lucky because I had the fourth book waiting for me so I didn’t have to wait to see what was going to happen.

The Warrior series has been a favorite series of The BookWhisperer’s and I am here to say that it is still one of our favorites.  Rachel is a kick butt kind of a girl and that is exactly what we love, a girl who can take care of herself.  Which is definitely needed when you find out what has really happened and how these monsters came about. I never saw it coming.  This twist was such a surprise for me so a high-five to you Rebecca Royce for throwing me off of my game.


 Rachel has become more of a warrior than ever in this book and it was good to see her struggle with the power that came with it.  Although she wanted to free the humans in the vampire lairs, she also didn’t want such the responsibility that came with this control.  It was really tug-of-war on her emotions. Rachel is only 17 years old in this book and she is leading raids but in the back of her mind, she just wants to be a teenage girl who doesn’t have to struggle with being in charge of her group’s lives. 


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