Review: Book: Redux- A. L. Davroe


Title: Redux

Series: A Tricksters Novel Book 2

Author’s Name: A. L. Davroe

Publisher: Entangled: Teen

Genre: YA Sci-fi

Page Count:428 Pages


Author or Book Website:

Link to Amazon purchase page: Redux

Link to Goodreads: Redux

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

The domed city of Evanescence is in ruins. With nowhere to go, prodigy hacker Ellani “Ella” Drexel and a small band of survivors flee to the Undertunnel below their city.

To escape the wasteland she unknowingly created.

But sanctuary is hard to find. With malfunctioning androids and angry rebels at their backs, the group hopes to press on for the neighboring city of Cadence. But Ella’s chosen path is challenging…life-threatening, even. Worse, the boy she loves is acting distant, and not at all like the person she first met in Nexis.

But then Ella learns a secret…and it changes everything.

Ella knows she needs to turn back and make a stand to reclaim her home. She’s determined to bring a new—and better—life to all who’ve suffered.

Or die trying.

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I was so glad that I had both of these book when I started to read them so I could move on from the feelings that Nexis gave me right on to Redux. Book Two picks up right where book one leaves off. Ella and the survivors are moving underground and trying to keep things together. I don’t say this enough that the second book went far beyond the first book. The would and what was happening was spun together in the most perfect web of story telling. Ella is trying to make up for what she has done and make her relationship work outside of the game and that is no easy task. Even with all of this on her plate she knows that she can’t run away she has to make a stand and take back her city. This book had me all up in my feelings. Not just one or two to get a response but many and that told me I feel into their world and was along for the ride.

My Rating of the Book: 5 Stars

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