Temper

eBook Temper Disclaimer I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review I reviewed the first book in this series Lifer as part of the blog tour Then I was lucky enough to get

eBook Temper Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.I reviewed the first book in this series, Lifer, as part of the blog tour. Then I was lucky enough to get a super early version of this book to read and review. Which was awesome because as much as I was skeptical about LIFER, both Dani from Dani Reviews Things and I agreed we needed to read the rest of the series to find out what happened. And boy am I glad I did just that.Where I thought LIFER was your typical dystopian novel but too "squished" together to be unique, TEMPER blew it out of the water. The beginning 25% was a little slow for me and I found myself rolling my eyes at Asher's interactions with both brothers, but once the plot moved into what the story arc was for this book, it really shone.Everyone at camp is getting riled up over little things and it turns out that the Company was injecting the people of the Pelican with a serum that was keeping them well mannered, but now that they no longer are living on the Pelican, tempers (*wink wink*) are flaring and this is causing the Pelicanites (that's what I'm calling them now) to get so angry they want to beat on anyone and anything in sight. This is problematic for a lot of reasons. Asher volunteers to go to New City to get the serum from the Company with Davyd in tow; Samuai stays back to be the Pelicanite diplomat. And from here the story kicks into overdrive.I was constantly on the edge of my seat trying to figure out what would happen next. The best part of any story is being able to guess some of the plot points but be surprised by others. And boy did this one keep me guessing. There are so many twists and turns in this one, but the best part is that they all make sense. They don't come out of nowhere or have the reader saying "Where did THAT come from?"I thought Asher was much stronger this time. I liked that she was starting to question her feelings for both Dayvd and Samuai but kept coming back to the idea that she was her number one priority -- and her number one saviour. I can't wait to see where her story leads to next and what sort of conclusions she makes about what she should do for not only herself but also for her people. Because they are HER people.Samuai annoyed me at the beginning but I liked that he had to come to terms with his grief and also wasn't an epic douche by being honest with Megs that he couldn't be with her while he was still thinking about Asher. I am so glad that neither Asher nor Samuai jumped into a new relationship and acknowledged their lingering feelings for one another. And I thought Samuai's story made him all the more interesting. I was glad he had a storyline that I actually wanted to follow.The pacing and the story flowed so much better this time. I liked that the story picked up a couple weeks after the breakout because it made the tensions in the camp seem that much more believable. As well, I thought the dynamics of camp were interesting. I would have liked to see a bit more of Lady and her shenanigans because I think they will become important in the future for where the Pelicanites will eventually end up.I can't wait to see where this story concludes. If you're looking for a good science fiction read, I highly recommend this series. It is a bit slow to start but it picks up and leaves your heart racing until the very last page.Books and Ladders | Queen of the Bookshelves | Books Are My Fandom | Twitter | Instagram | Bloglovin'. Temper are Book FREEDOM COMES WITH A PRICE.Free from the spaceship and reunited with Samuai, Asher should be happy But thoughts of her dead family weigh heavily on her mind.Things worsen when temper problems in camp lead to a murder When Asher volunteers to get the drug need to calm people down, tension ignites Loyalties are questioned Jealousy rears its head Sparks fly.And when rumoFREEDOM COMES WITH A PRICE.Free from the spaceship and reunited with Samuai, Asher should be happy But thoughts of her dead family weigh heavily on her mind.Things worsen when temper problems in camp lead to a murder When Asher volunteers to get the drug need to calm people down, tension ignites Loyalties are questioned Jealousy rears its head Sparks fly.And when rumor of a second ship hits close to home, all bets are off.Have the aliens returned Is this the end of everything Asher has ever known. Beck Nicholas Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Temper book, this is one of the most wanted Beck Nicholas author readers around the world. . The best Kindle Temper Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.I reviewed the first book in this series, Lifer, as part of the blog tour. Then I was lucky enough to get a super early version of this book to read and review. Which was awesome because as much as I was skeptical about LIFER, both Dani from Dani Reviews Things and I agreed we needed to read the rest of the series to find out what happened. And boy am I glad I did just that.Where I thought LIFER was your typical dystopian novel but too "squished" together to be unique, TEMPER blew it out of the water. The beginning 25% was a little slow for me and I found myself rolling my eyes at Asher's interactions with both brothers, but once the plot moved into what the story arc was for this book, it really shone.Everyone at camp is getting riled up over little things and it turns out that the Company was injecting the people of the Pelican with a serum that was keeping them well mannered, but now that they no longer are living on the Pelican, tempers (*wink wink*) are flaring and this is causing the Pelicanites (that's what I'm calling them now) to get so angry they want to beat on anyone and anything in sight. This is problematic for a lot of reasons. Asher volunteers to go to New City to get the serum from the Company with Davyd in tow; Samuai stays back to be the Pelicanite diplomat. And from here the story kicks into overdrive.I was constantly on the edge of my seat trying to figure out what would happen next. The best part of any story is being able to guess some of the plot points but be surprised by others. And boy did this one keep me guessing. There are so many twists and turns in this one, but the best part is that they all make sense. They don't come out of nowhere or have the reader saying "Where did THAT come from?"I thought Asher was much stronger this time. I liked that she was starting to question her feelings for both Dayvd and Samuai but kept coming back to the idea that she was her number one priority -- and her number one saviour. I can't wait to see where her story leads to next and what sort of conclusions she makes about what she should do for not only herself but also for her people. Because they are HER people.Samuai annoyed me at the beginning but I liked that he had to come to terms with his grief and also wasn't an epic douche by being honest with Megs that he couldn't be with her while he was still thinking about Asher. I am so glad that neither Asher nor Samuai jumped into a new relationship and acknowledged their lingering feelings for one another. And I thought Samuai's story made him all the more interesting. I was glad he had a storyline that I actually wanted to follow.The pacing and the story flowed so much better this time. I liked that the story picked up a couple weeks after the breakout because it made the tensions in the camp seem that much more believable. As well, I thought the dynamics of camp were interesting. I would have liked to see a bit more of Lady and her shenanigans because I think they will become important in the future for where the Pelicanites will eventually end up.I can't wait to see where this story concludes. If you're looking for a good science fiction read, I highly recommend this series. It is a bit slow to start but it picks up and leaves your heart racing until the very last page.Books and Ladders | Queen of the Bookshelves | Books Are My Fandom | Twitter | Instagram | Bloglovin'

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  1. Beck Nicholas Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Temper book, this is one of the most wanted Beck Nicholas author readers around the world.

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  1. Disclaimer I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.I reviewed the first book in this series, Lifer, as part of the blog tour Then I was lucky enough to get a super early version of this book to read and review Which was awesome because as much as I was skeptical about LIFER, both Dani from Dani Reviews Things and I agreed we needed to read the rest of the series to find out what happened And boy am I glad I did just that.Where I thought LIFER was your typical dystopi [...]


  2. Even better than its predecessor LIFER , TEMPER had me chasing after truths and hoping for retribution Back in the minds of Asher and Samuai, I found myself hating their counterparts, Megs and Davyd, at the start But as the story progressed I felt sorry for Megs and starting to like Davyd And though heart wrenching, I m glad Asher got an important truth at the end.The only thing I m not looking forward to is waiting a year for the next book I secretly hope Asher and Davyd break through their stu [...]


  3. Due to my dislike of the first book, I would like to apologize to Month9books for not reviewing this in the time necessary I ll try to get to it eventually


  4. This review contains spoilers for Lifer, the first book in Beck Nicholas Lifer series Ever since I finished Lifer in 2014, I ve been checking and Beck Nicholas website for news of a sequel After continually coming up empty handed, I began to despair that Lifer had been a stand alone novel instead of the start of a series Then, lo and behold, I got an invitation from Chapter By Chapter to participate in the Temper blog tour Cue the Hallelujah Chorus Temper begins several weeks after the Lifers an [...]


  5. DISCLAIMER I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewI loved this book so much Temper is even better than Lifer in my opinion This book had a great plot with everyone at camp getting riled up and fighting each other because the people have been injected with this serum thingy that kept everyone s temper in check Since the people at camp weren t getting the serum any to keep everyone calm, Asher volunteers to go to the Company and get the serum to calm everyone down.Ther [...]


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