So this book got exciting-ish at times, but not enough for me to be able to loose myself in the words. Like I said before I really enjoyed Riley and Addie's presence in this book, aside from Wren, they were the only characters besides Callum and Micah that we really got to know. The last book ended off when they arrived at the reservation, so this book starts off right from that moment. Rebel is dual POV, meaning it's from both Callum and Wren's point of view. I'm never sure how I feel about dual POV in a later book, if you're going to have dual POV I feel like you should have it there from the beginning, and not just add it in in later books. It worked for the Lux Series, I enjoyed it, but when it switched from POV to POV in Allegiant I couldn't remember who's POV I was reading from sometimes, they just pretty much seemed like the same person except Tobias was being annoying as heck. Sometimes I forgot who's POV we were looking from in this book, too. Though, at the top of the page there's a thing that said REBEL/WREN or REBEL/CALLUM or something like that, very helpful if I ever bothered to look at it, which wasn't often.
The book feels a little bit rushed and yet at the same time a little too slow for me, I'm not sure how you can do both, but this book did. Both Reboot and Rebel are very short reads so if you're looking for a short dystopian read to enjoy and not totally get into the feels about (LEGEND, DIVERGENT, AND DELIRIUM) this is a good light read, if you prefer heavy reads like me, I don't especially record it to you :) Sorry about the short review, I just don't have much else to say without spoiling you and I don't have enough to say about the spoiler-y parts. I'll see you guys soon in my new shipment of books that I haven't read yet I have
These Broken Stars
Kiss of Deception
So keep checking in for reviews on those ;) depending on how busy I am this weekend I might post one or two more reviews, also depending on if I start the Unearthly Trilogy and if I decide to review the books separately or together.
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