Rite of Revelation

Rite of Revelation The Cardinal plans to execute seventeen year old Rebecca Collins just as soon as he gets what he needs to solidify his rule over the United Territories Faced with certain death Rebecca discovers not

  • Title: Rite of Revelation
  • Author: Sarah Negovetich
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 168
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  • The Cardinal plans to execute seventeen year old Rebecca Collins, just as soon as he gets what he needs to solidify his rule over the United Territories Faced with certain death, Rebecca discovers not everyone is under the Cardinal s control A new alliance helps Rebecca and her friends escape the PIT, giving Rebecca a chance to live the life her Rejection took away ButThe Cardinal plans to execute seventeen year old Rebecca Collins, just as soon as he gets what he needs to solidify his rule over the United Territories Faced with certain death, Rebecca discovers not everyone is under the Cardinal s control A new alliance helps Rebecca and her friends escape the PIT, giving Rebecca a chance to live the life her Rejection took away But the Cardinal needs her in order to stay in power, and he doesn t care who has to die to bring her back to justice Her last fight was a push to survive This time, Rebecca has a life that might be worth dying for.

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    1. *Received from Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review*This book pretty much picks off right where book 1 ended, with Rebecca in the PIT. After the stunts she and her friends pulled, you'd think there would be lots of action, right? Well you'd be wrong. You get page after page of Rebecca's guilt, self- doubt, and just blah. I kept waiting for something to happen, and was kept waiting until the end, when things finally picked back up. There was more romance in this book and even had a wedding [...]

    2. Delightful craft. Expanding world. Flawed but growing characters. These phrases well summarize Rite of Revelation by Sarah Negovetich.When I started reading this second installment in the Acceptance series, I wasn’t clear what the title, Rite of Revelation, meant especially in the context of the series. It becomes clear at the end and that revelation is what will move the narrative forward into the final book. It was definitely appropriately titled.Sarah Negovetich’s craft again delighted me [...]

    3. functioninginsanity.cRating: 5 Stars At the end of Rite of Rejection we leave our gang of rejects banding together to break through the acceptance ceremony to explain to everyone what the machine really is and what lies the Cardinal has been pushing. That is it. We don't know what happens after that. Now we know. The Cardinal is none to pleased with the message and plans to kill everyone involved to solidify his plans to expand. However, things have changed and with unexpected help Rebecca and h [...]

    4. Last year, I had the pleasure of reading Rite of Rejection and finding a new author to add to my ever growing list of favorites. But after devouring the story, I had questions in the end and needed to know more – more about what happened after the speech – more about Rebecca, Daniel and Eric - just MORE. Thankfully, Ms. Negovetich heard the pleas of her readers and has given us Rite of Revelation, and for this reader, I am ecstatic beyond words! So, was Rite of Revelation everything I wanted [...]

    5. 2.5*I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.This is the sequel to Rite of Rejection, and thus the second book in a YA dystopian series about a world where young people are being introduced into society at a huge ball that also sorts them with their partners they are supposed to marry. We follow the protagonist, sixteen-year-old Rebecca, who is looking forward to being a proper member of society, but the machine that is supposed to choose a par [...]

    6. The Rite of Revelation by Sarah Negovetich is the second book in the Acceptance series, following Rite of Rejection. While these two books have almost identical ending paragraphs, the content of the book is different. Rebecca has grown. Along her journey she makes many decisions, some good, some bad. But she stood for her beliefs and others stood with her. The reason she was put in the pit becomes more and more obvious, they put her in because she is a leader and that threatened them. The journe [...]

    7. I thought that this was a great sequel. It picked up right where book one left off. At this point I am so invested in these characters and what happens to them. While I was able to see one event in the book coming from pretty early on, something happened that I wasn't expecting at all and I am still not happy with it. I will be picking up the final book soon because I just need to see what happens and where these characters end up.

    8. I want to move to AllmoreI'm a huge fan of these characters and the world the author built. This is a really fun read! It makes you feel love, humor, anger, sadness and hope, sometimes all at once. You'll want to pack up your burlap sack and move to Allmore to join in.

    9. Such a great readSuch a great read. Could not put it down. Full of action amd love the strong characters. Rebecca is very strong willed. Love the characters

    10. Full review and more available at: oneguysguidetosp*****My Thoughts:In a bookish world gone crazy, it takes a whole lot for a debut series to stand out above the crowd. For a while now, nay-sayers have been howling that "dystopian is dead", pushing people away from the genre in fear of no original content. To this people I say, ARE YOU CRAZY? Woah. Flashback to one year ago when I got my hands on, and devoured, the first installment of this series, Rite of Rejection. I was absolutely astounded. [...]

    11. Review on my blog, The Fictional ReaderI read and reviewed the first book in this series, Rite of Rejection, quite a while ago. In fact, my review went up on November 9th 2014. So it’s been a while! When I saw the sequel on Netgalley, I hesitated. Should I request it? I did enjoy the first book, but my reading tastes and preferences have changed much over the past 1.5 years. But I wanted to give it a try, see if I would still enjoy it.I’ll start by saying that this book inspired mixed feelin [...]

    12. **I received a free copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review**4 starsWhen Rebecca and Daniel decided to come forward with the truth about the Acceptance ceremony and how the Cardinal only uses it weed out those that don’t fit mold of the perfect citizens – to try and create a perfect society – they never foresaw the lack of change. But they did expect for the Cardinal to want to punish them for their disobedience. For Rebecca, that meant a “public” apology via [...]

    13. 4 StarsThe story continues outside the pit. Rebecca is uncovering truths while fighting off heartbreaking losses around ever turn.

    14. fallenoverbookreviewsI received an ARC to give an honest review.Wow is all I truly say with this book. If you haven't read book one Rite of Rejection I highly suggest you start reading it so you can understand what is going to be happening in Rite of Revelation. So Rebecca and her friends pretty much got in trouble with their little stint of broadcasting during the Acceptance. You just know that the Cardinal is not going to let them leave he has to make an example of them. So when Rebecca and he [...]

    15. Sarah's back! Well, her character, Rebecca is, as told by Sarah! It's a God send. After a disappointing cliffhanger ending in the first book, Sarah brings Rebecca and co. back to continue the story. Thus picking up shortly after the last book, this one continues Rebecca's tale of life in the PIT. Sarah writes Rebecca's tale in first person, so Rebecca walks readers through her life of living in the PIT after having hacked the Cardinal's feed during the most recent Acceptance Ceremony that just l [...]

    16. Although the title implies a big revelation, I'm not sure that it pulls off the power of it's promise. The only real reveal is expected from the beginning which came as no real surprise. I really loved the Pony Express idea. I would have liked to see more of the information that Daniel's skill could have provided in building it's success. The book flows smoothly from the ending of Rite of Rejection to the end. There aren't any true twists or moments that take your breath away. Also, the idea tha [...]

    17. I have been waiting for this book.d it was well worth the wait.I fell in love with these characters from the very beginning, their struggles to survive, their drive to go against the oddskes for a very exciting read.Escaping execution, with the help of Eric (who would have thought??) Rebecca and the others are on the run to find safety. They discover there is so much more out in the world, outside of the Cardinal's power, but will they ever be safe?Did I say I loved this book? The dystopian genr [...]

    18. Wow! What a great book. It was like being on the best rollercoaster ride ever! It is also such a great love story. Love stories actually. All of the characters are so wonderful. I love how Rebecca is strong and smart and independent and yet, soft and still feminine. I just love the new characters in this book also. I love the fact that that I picked this book up and basically read it until I was finished because I couldn't wait to see what happened next. And speaking of what happens nextI can't [...]

    19. I thought this book was fabulous, as is the author. It definitely feels like the story keeps going, like there was no break in the story. It starts with just as much tension and action as it ended with and it jumps right into the meat of the story. I love how the author really uses her skills to put you in the story and make you tense up right along with the characters. This series is a definite read, if you haven't already!

    20. Great book! I love Sarah's narrative and her voice. She gives great heart to a strong female lead who's easy to route for, alongside a great cast of supporting characters, love interest included. Looking forward to the next book in this series!

    21. Rite of Revelation - Acceptance BK 2 Although this book is not quite as action packed as the first book, is not without its moments. The non-action moments I find to be necessary for the natural progression of the characters. I look forward to reading book 3.

    22. Very interesting premise. It felt a bit like Matched by Allie Condie in the plot. I enjoyed both books. I do feel like I missed something not reading the first book of the series.**I received a copy from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for a review**

    23. This book, while not quite as fast paced as the first in the trilogy was a quick, easy, interesting read! I like that the author continues to avoid YA cliches.

    24. Awesome! This book as awesome! It was just as great as the first! It held my interest from beginning till end and left me wanting more! Please hurry with book 3!

    25. Love it.This book has it all. I enjoyed. It from the first book and the second was even better. Lost a lot of sleep because I couldn't put it down!

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