Rebels (2020)

Rebels ScottPowell JudithPowell Rebels The world is on fire From the ashes like a phoenix rises a new America one that will save it all Under one condition absolute and complete surrender The world complies without question Those who don
  • Title: Rebels
  • Author: ScottPowell JudithPowell
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  • Page: 176
  • Format: Paperback
Rebels ScottPowell JudithPowell The world is on fire From the ashes like a phoenix rises a new America, one that will save it all Under one condition absolute and complete surrender.The world complies without question Those who don t are destroyed It is in this world, John is born His very name is treason.If the New America, now known to everyone as the State, knew what John was, they d kill him, bThe world is on fire From the ashes like a phoenix rises a new America, one that will save it all Under one condition absolute and complete surrender.The world complies without question Those who don t are destroyed It is in this world, John is born His very name is treason.If the New America, now known to everyone as the State, knew what John was, they d kill him, but instead they give him a gift.
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  1. Kathryn Svendsen

    My Thoughts John Hancock Bates is 15 years old His world is nothing like the world as we know it like today From the outside, John and his family appear to be complying with with all that the State tells them to do, and it tells them what and when to do everything Unbeknownst to the State however, John and his family still read a Bible they keep hidden in a secret compartment in their home, they pray from their hearts instead of the prescribed written prayers written by the State and John s fath [...]

  2. Aimee (Getting Your Read On)

    The premise of this book is really good When I read the blurb I knew I wanted to read this book and I guess I sort of had high hopes for it It has all the potential of being a fantastic book The whole idea.After reading the book I can still say that the concept and the whole premise of this book is still very intriguing to me I told my family about the book because it really shows so much promise.There are two main problems I have with this book though First is the lack of emotion I just didn t [...]

  3. Harmony Kent

    This is a short read of roughly a couple of hours, and is dystopian fiction The premise is a good one, but unfortunately is let down in the delivery The main character is unrealistic as a 15 year old boy, who is portrayed as being mature beyond his years but also incredibly naive Very little emotion is displayed, which makes it difficult to connect with the characters or the story There is a lot of repetition throughout, and the tense is all over the place Even within the same sentence, the writ [...]

  4. Terry Conrad

    I loved the story The writing wasn t there As one reviewer wrote, the authors told the story instead of allowing you to read it and get involved personally As it is written , a good book for 12 to 16 year olds I would have given 3 stars but gave it 4 because I liked the story.

  5. Melanie

    This is a book that I have a few issues with, but overall, I really did enjoy it I love the idea and was excited to read it because it sounds like a book right up my alley John Hancock Bates is 15 years old and lives in a society where the State tells everyone what to do Freedom has been lost and the people aren t allowed to talk about society before they took charge aka the Great Fires His parents have taught him about the Constitution and the founding fathers and they read together from the Bi [...]

  6. Danelle

    I have showcased Rebels many a few times on my blog, and having the privilege to review it, warrants having it showcased I find novels that are written in first person, fascinating I find myself connecting with the character on a personal level Rebels tells of what happens when the world is destroyed and the state becomes control of absolutely everything This novel was a one sit down read for me, which only happens when the story draws me in immediately John whom is telling the first person acc [...]

  7. Charissa

    This first person narrative of John Hancock Bates was an interesting read The story is set in the New America after everything has been destroyed and chaos reigned for a time When the new government emerges, it promises to save the world under one condition.ete surrender.John grows up in this new world, not remembering any other way of life His parents, however, have secretly taught him of the Bible and about how things were before the State took control over everyone s lives and choices The see [...]

  8. Danielle Guzzardi

    This was a very short quick read for me that was just average It follows a male protagonist, John and the world that he lives in, which is controlled by the government John is conflicted about the world, wanting to do the right thing to provide for his family, but also wanting to rebel agains the government This book at times was repetitive and it also had a Catholic aspect to it, that I didn t know about going into reading it The ending had a cliffhanger, but I m not really vested in the charac [...]

  9. Kara

    This book took me by surprise, I felt everything John was describing and found myself rooting for him throughout the story He is not like other teens and he is so smart Loved reading about his family, his faith, and his courage I hope he makes it, but he is definitely capable of anything and a worthy hero.

  10. Selena Lang

    Book was ok, but not much action Kept repeating things over and over which drove me nuts I think this book has real potential and will definitely read the next one when it comes out But this was a short, almost novella, book and I wish it had actually been a full length novel.

  11. Colin

    RebelsInteresting, good main character, but the repetitions of words and phrases from paragraph to paragraph over and over until I wanted to return this book without finishing it.

  12. Bernie

    Rebels reviewRebels is the first book in the John Bates series written by authors Scott and Judith Powell Dystopian America in the future.

  13. Beccie

    Not a bad dystopian story Young Christian man 15 must do what he can to keep his family alive Quite the cliffhanger so now I have to continue on to see where this story goes.

  14. Bradleyjeep

    Interesting storyI enjoyed the 1st book in this series Good futuristic account of what the world may look like Interesting characters and storyline.

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