Rebellion

Rebellion

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Tor Teen,  July 2016

In this conclusion to J. A. Souders’s thrilling, twist-filled Elysium Chronicles series, Evie Winters and Gavin Hunter return to the isolated, dangerous underwater city that they fought so hard to escape.

Back in Elysium at last, Evie has finally found her true self hidden under layers and layers of false memories implanted by the woman she knew as Mother. Thanks to the intervention of her father, she knows the horrible truth about Mother and her insidious plans for the city. With the help of the love of her life, Gavin, and her best friend, Asher St. James, Evie is determined to free her people from the cruel dictatorship of Mother’s laws. But how do you free people who don’t know they need rescuing?

Working with the growing Underground rebellion, Evie tries to remove Mother from her position by force–with disastrous results. As the body count rises, Evie must find a way to save Elysium before Mother destroys them all.

Praise for Renegade

“Souders’ exciting, suspenseful, and action-packed debut novel will be a welcome addition to any library’s dystopian collection. Hand this to fans of Suzanne Collins, Veronica Roth, and Scott Westerfeld.” — Booklist

“Grim, vicious, riveting. RENEGADE is a haunting, unforgettable debut.” –ANN AGUIRRE, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Razorland series.

“A dark and exciting YA novel about how striving for perfection leads to murder and manipulation. A solid recommendation for fans of dystopian fiction.” — School Library Journal.

“Debut author Souders addresses antiwar, socioeconomic, and ecological themes in addition to the main issue of adolescent rebellion against crazed authority.” —Publishers Weekly

“RENEGADE is a dark tale of deceit, with twists that will keep you turning the pages, and an ending that will have you on the edge of your seat.” –LISA DESROCHERS, USA Today Bestselling author of Personal Demons.

“Deliciously creepy and filled with psychological twists, Renegade kept me on the edge of my seat until the very last page.”—KRISTEN SIMMONS, Author of Article 5.