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The girls make their final stand in this third and final novel in the thrilling, subversive near-future series from New York Times best-selling author Suzanne Young about a girls-only private school that is far more than it appears to be.

There is no one who can save your rebel soul....

The girls of Innovations Academy escaped the confines of their unethical school, fought against the system protecting predators who targeted girls for harassment, and they’re not done yet. They’re still not free.

Reeling from one revelation after the next, Mena and her friends begin to unwind the truth of their existence and, as a result, their destiny. The men from Innovations Corporation still hunt them, the woman who created them still wants control over them, and worst of all, Mena realizes that through all her pain, all her tears, the world of men has not changed. There is no more time to hope for the best. The girls know they are in a battle for their lives, a war for their very existence.

The girls of Innovations Academy have sharpened their sticks to fight back, they have fought for justice with blood from their razor hearts. And now, the girls will choose their true nature...and how they define their rebel souls.

©2021 Suzanne Young. All rights reserved. (P)2021 Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.

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  • 総合評価
    3 out of 5 stars
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    4 out of 5 stars
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    3 out of 5 stars
  • Laysa
  • 2021/04/07

After a horrible/extremely boring 2nd book we got a good finale

I love Caitlin Davies voice, and I love how she manages to give each character their own signature, but the writing is kinda choppy.
It does not flow (unfortunately that’s recurring in all the book of this trilogy) which it makes everything kinda dry. I don’t know how to explain this correctly.
Anyway, I love with all my heart the message of the book, and I like it even more that the end was a quite rational one.
She could’ve condensed the 2nd book (very unnecessary) in a few well written chapters and made of this a duology.