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As anger and frustration among the American people reaches the boiling point, citizens begin to fight back, many showing their support for the bionics despite the personal costs to themselves. As protests turn violent, and people who once cowered in silence begin to fight back, the government continues its practices that fly in the face of the very principles the nation was founded upon.
Despite the many losses it has sustained, the Resistance stands strong, leading America into revolution and onward toward change. With an unlikely, ragtag family of misfits at its forefront, the Resistance stands, while a girl who lost everything continues to fight for a future that was once impossible, but may now be within her reach.
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By Lynn/2 Girls & A Book on 08-26-17
Holy smokes what an ending!
The narrator, Marissa Clay, brought Alicia Michaels words alive. She left me with a pounding in my chest and a strong, overwhelming desire to join the Resistance. This storyline is incredible. Alicia Michaels knows how to put you front and center with the action. The raw emotion emanates from these characters and Ms. Clay evoked each and everyone one.
By Mary on 03-21-17
Would you consider the audio edition of The Resistance to be better than the print version?
Only have listened not read, but I prefer audiobooks, as the characters come to life in a new way.
What other book might you compare The Resistance to and why?
There were references to a 'flame' and the resistance 'igniting' and 'catching fire'. Oftentimes I found myself noticing the similarities between The Resistance and the Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire.
What about Marissa Clay’s performance did you like?
I enjoy listening to a narrator that can seamlessly transfer voices, both male and female. Marissa Clay's performance was so well done that I often forgot that it was a female offering the narration of the story.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Hope lies with the Resistance
Any additional comments?
This was a great sequel to the original bionics book. It was more sexually and violently graphic than the first book, but the scenes were necessary to the story line and did not detract in any way.
This audio book was graciously provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review