After discovering the shocking secret buried deep within The Green, Violet has a grave decision to make.
Trust the woman who saved her, or not?
So far, everything about the woman has taken Violet by surprise. Her behavior has been honest and upfront - a refreshing change for Violet. Besides, with one of her loved ones hanging on life support and the other close to falling completely out of reach, Violet doesn't exactly have a lot of choice.
Her only way forward is to embark on a dicey excursion. For this, she knows, she needs the Liberators' help - and must be prepared to take whatever risks that come with.
But what neither she nor any of her new Liberator comrades can prepare for is just how deep the lies of their homelands run....
Continue Violet and Viggo's journey in the explosive third book of the best-selling The Gender Game series.
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By Ninecatz on 03-11-17
Good Story, Terrible Editing.
Enjoying the series of the 'Gender Game' so far, however, the editing is terrible with the same word being used several times in a sentence. The first time I heard this I put it down to 'one of those things,' but, when it happens in just about every chapter, it becomes grating. I've found this a theme in the three books I've listened to so far.
The storyline is good - even if a bit cheesy at times. Overall I'd have given it a five star, had a half decent job been done on the editing.
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By Erin Cramer on 29-04-17
It just never ends
What disappointed you about The Gender Lie?
The first book in the series started off good. It had good flow and reasonable challenges. Great chemistry and a fun twist. Book two I had to push through, and this one I'm surprised my eyes didn't get stuck in the back of my head. I tried so hard to like them but it just never stopped. And it doesn't look like it will stop anytime soon.
Would you ever listen to anything by Bella Forrest again?
No, I love book series, but not all stories have enough "umph" to get passed two or three books. I will have to return the series, honestly it was just too much bleh. I tried.
What does Rebecca Soler and Jason Clarke bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Good question, I enjoyed these two, honestly I don't think I could have read it without them.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Any additional comments?
I hate being so negative!!!!! I was so excited about the series, but it just fell flat and kept right on going. :(
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By Marlana M. on 22-06-17
This is the book I stopped reading/listening at
I couldn't keep reading after this point. I really enjoyed the first book and where it went, and then the second book grated on me and now I am stopping at the end of this book, especially after finding out there are like 5 more books? The world is not made well enough for me to be invested in the main character overcoming this dystopia. It's like a bad Hunger Games type of story except the bad guy keeps changing. The main character seems to have become a COMPLETELY different person than in the first book? I'm not interested enough to keep reading and I warn others to not even start or just read the first book and then cliffnotes the books after.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful