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Captive (The Blackcoat Rebellion, #2) Review posted on The Eater of Books blog Captive by Aimee CarterBook Two of the Blackcoat Rebellion seriesPublisher Harlequin TEENPublication Date November 25, 2014Rating 3 starsSource eARC from NetGalleySummary from Goodreads For the past two months, Kitty Doe s life has been a lie Forced to impers Reading Captive The Blackcoat Rebellion, 2 By Aimee Carter Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk For The Past Two Months, Kitty Doe S Life Has Been A Lie Forced To Impersonate The Prime Minister S Niece, Her Frustration Grows As Her Trust In Her Fake Fianc Cracks, Her Real Boyfriend Is Forbidden And The Blackcoats Keep Her In The Dark Than Ever But In The Midst Of Discovering That Her Role In The Hart Family May Not Be As Coincidental As She Thought, She S Accused Of Treason And Is Forced To Face Her Greatest Fear Elsewhere A Prison Where No One Can Escape As One Shocking Revelation Leads To The Next, Kitty Learns The Hard Way That She Can Trust No One, Not Even The People She Thought Were On Her Side With Her Back Against The Wall, Kitty Wants To Believe She Ll Do Whatever It Takes To Support The Rebellion She Believes In But Is She Prepared To Pay The Ultimate Price Muuuuy flojo, hasta demasiado El primer libro de esta trilog a me gust , hab an ciertas cosas que fallaron pero me pareci interesante pero con la segunda parte siento que ha ca do, tanto los personajes como demasiado dram tico todo inne Gevangene was zo mogelijk nog spannender dan Marionet Het boek zat boordevol spanning, intriges en verraad Geen personage is veilig voor de blooddorstigheid van minister president Daxton en zijn volgelingen Ik ben ontzettend benieuwd naar het vervolg view spoiler Trouwens de s To see review with gifs click here.If it wasn t for Kitty and her stupid taste in ships, this book would get a fairly high rating.The world building isthan a little interesting Though the caste set up is a little cliche for YA dystopias, I like the twists and little quirks that Carter gives it.Okay, it s true that some of the twists and turns of the plot go into soap opera territory, but for the most part it really works Well in fact I liked the fact that it Ok Vorige deel vond ik weinig aan, dit deel is juist weer heel goed YAY Captive was a crazy, intense book with one Oh, crap moment after the next While I enjoyed Pawn, I had several issues with it, so I was uncertain about moving forward with the series But I m so, so glad I did Captive kept me on the edge of my seat and refused to stop messing with my head until the very last page.I m still really not a fan of Kitty In Pawn, she was boring and passive, which was bad But in Captive, she either said she wanted 26 11 13 waiting impatiently patiently for the release This series would seriously be fantastic if not for two things 1 Benjy and Kitty s relationship It s so unbelievably bland I mean, I m told about how great a love they have and blah, blah, blah but that s all I m just told about it but I ve never been given reason as to why their love story is even worth telling So the grew up together, that s not really interesting Also, it s so awkward And they re both so hung up on sex at random moments, like chill, we kinda have other things we shoul This series would seriously be fantastic if not for two things 1 Benjy and Kitty s relationship It s so unbelievably bland I m

About the Author: Aimee Carter

Aim e Carter was born and raised in Michigan, where she currently resides She is the author of several series, including The Goddess Test series, The Blackcoat Rebellion series, and the Simon Thorn series.QUEEN 3 of The Blackcoat Rebellion will be released on November 24th, 2015.SIMON THORN AND THE WOLF S DEN 1 of the Simon Thorn series, Bloomsbury will be released February 2, 2016.

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