7 Reasons to Read THE REBELS (The Empire Series) by Elizabeth Lang

The Rebels Today on the blog, I think I have asked the hardest thing I could possibly ask of an author. I have asked for seven (my favorite number) reasons for YOU to read her book. This is always easier for a reader to answer, holding nothing back. Anyone can write a book but to be able to tell you what it is about these pages that you should stop and take notice, what the heart of the plot is and win you over without comparing their book to a popular selling title,— THIS is what makes any old writer a true author.

Please Welcome Elizabeth Lang as she gives us SEVEN REASONS TO READ THE REBELS:

SEVEN REASONS YOU MUST READ THE REBELS

  1. A powerful story about the choices people make when life doesn’t give you a choice.
  2. These characters are so real they’ll get into your heads, and might even do a little redecorating.
  3. Some people wake up hoping to be heroes, but few wake up wanting to be a villain. This book is an exploration of the reluctant.
  4. A dystopian vision of a future where security has become more important than freedom and being human isn’t necessarily a good thing.
  5. Sometimes you make the choices, but sometimes, the choices make you.
  6. Stew can be a lethal weapon.
  7. An exhilarating action-adventure set in a sci-fi backdrop, full of humour and unexpected twists, a bit of romance and a jaw-dropping ending.

The Rebels by Elizabeth Lang

The Rebels by Elizabeth Lang

Well, I must admit, those were seven pretty intriguing reasons to pick up a new novel. Stew? A lethal weapon? Characters that want to be bad? Dystopian? I love the jaw-dropping endings as well- Makes you wonder if you are going to lay in silence and contemplate the ending or really want to call up Lang and ask her what in the heck she was thinking?  I cannot wait to check it out and review it. 

BOOK BLURB:

With Adrian’s jump gate, the Empire is readying to take the fight to their enemies. The Rebel Alliance takes advantage of this opportunity to expand it’s power and bring down this oppressive regime.

The charismatic Tucker and his second-in-command, Dain, are at the vanguard of this Rebel push, but is everything as simple as it seems? Adrian is once again caught up with factions vying to use his brilliant mind when a bounty hunter recaptures him while Kali and Bryce try to save him. Will they succeed? Are the Rebels their salvation or is there a hidden agenda that will destroy them all? Charles Sester the psychostrategist is back and at his manipulative best, but whose interests is he serving this time?

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Thank you, Elizabeth for sharing your work with us and thank you for stopping by this blog.

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10 thoughts on “7 Reasons to Read THE REBELS (The Empire Series) by Elizabeth Lang

  1. Pingback: 7 Reasons to Read THE REBELS (The Empire Series) by Elizabeth Lang | Random Musings

  2. Some people wake up hoping to be heroes, but few wake up wanting to be a villain.

    This is one of the things I especially like about Elizabeth Lang’s series. She can write a villain who can do terrible things believing them to be the right course of action and a hero who agonises about taking the wrong course.

  3. *snort* stew as a weapon?! *groan!* *laughing* maybe i would have picked up a pot or something else, but i guess that was the best that adrian could come up with. he’s not really used to thinking as a fighter or soldier, but i laughed when i read argus’ reaction. 🙂 this book is full of unexpected moments and unexpected endings, which makes me want to strangle the author, but it also captivated me.

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