Hey everyone! Today it’s my stop for The Rebellion Blog Tour! The Rebellion is book #2 in the Tales of Tarsurella series by Livy Jarmusch. In honor of it’s release next Tuesday, I’m sharing my spoiler-free review of the book! Also, just in case you’re curious, you can check out my review for book #1, The Coronation, by clicking here.
Title: The Rebellion (Tales of Tarsurella #2) by Livy Jarmusch
Genres: YA, Christian, Contemporary
Published by: Self-published (May 8th, 2018)
Something is brewing. Like the far off rumble of a train in the distance, a rebellion is stirring. A cry for change arises in the midst of a traditional monarchy, where King Addison has inherited the throne. Who are the underground troublemakers? What is stirring their defiant banner and demand for change? Find out in The Rebellion! (The Tales of Tarsurella #2)
Vanessa Bennett lands her dream job working at the Palace in Tarsurella. She struggles to balance everything on her plate: life in a new country, stressful deadlines, crabby co-workers, college classes at the local University, and blossoming feelings of romantic adoration toward her boss–King Addison. Keeping up with her To-Do list, while trying to earn respect in Addison’s male-dominated administration, presents its challenges. Nevertheless, she can’t help but fight a reoccurring thought and the excitement rising with it: is Addison interested in her?
Addison is adjusting to his new role as King. Rumors of a rebellious uprising among the youth in Tarsurella intensifies, as acts of violence and protest break out across the city. Addison is determined to uncover the hidden instigator who fearlessly blogs democracy-driven ideals with a secretive pen name. Will Addison discover and expose the fiery rebellion leader? Or will his efforts fail to stop the rebellious thoughts spreading like wildfire, causing a heartbreaking rift in his divided nation?
What I Thought
*I received eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. A huge thank you to the author!*
After reading The Coronation earlier this year, I was so excited to read the sequel and not only that, but be a part of the launch team. If you read my review for The Coronation, you’ll know I loved it, and I’m so happy to say that The Rebellion did not disappoint, either!