Sunday, February 21, 2016

Resist (Breathe Book 2) by Sarah Crossan

Resist is the sequel to the young adult dystopian book Breathe. Alina, Bea and Quinn are in a bad situation. Quinn started a civil war, Alina lost her home and what she cared about, and Bea lost her family. To top things off, the pod's Special Forces are looking for Quinn. When the three get separated, they must fight for what they started alone, and decide where their loyalties are.

Breathe was better than Resist, but it still has its perks. I liked that the three of them split up, and it showed more things that were happening elsewhere. I also liked Ronan, the new character. He was a bonus that added to the chain of events.

I enjoyed how Sequoia came into play. It was so different from the pod, and it was like another civilization with its own dystopia to deal with. The ending was a little chaotic when all the characters were together, but other than that the ending was good.

However, the plot was confusing to follow. With another perspective added in, it made for four separate stories to keep track of. I would have hoped for something more action filled.

I recommend that you read these two books!

Read my review of the first book, Breathe.


Title: Resist (Breathe Book 2)
Author: Sarah Crossan
Publisher: Greenwillow Books
Pages: 368
Series: Yes, book 2 of 2
Rating: 4 Stars
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