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Rogue by Rachel Vincent
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Sep 30, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: f-ckin-amazing, fantastic-series, favorites, history-with-author, i-heart-the-characters, lots-of-action, mega-awesome-cover, own-it
Read from February 05 to 06, 2011

If you really think about it after you read it, ROGUE is practically the polar opposite of the first book in this series, STRAY. While STRAY was a series of kick-a** action that constantly kept you on your toes, ROGUE is a series of kick-a** dialogue. ROGUE was a who-dun-it book of sorts; nothing like CSI: Miami or Law & Order, but close enough to be considered one. The discussions were character-based, I'll give you that, but there was little to no action and A LOT of investigation throughout.
The next, and last, four books in the series are being shipped to me now, and I'm chomping at the bit waiting for them. Can't wait to see what'll happen!
One thing that really makes me happy about these books is the fact that the series isn't endless like Sherrilyn Kenyon's DARK-HUNTER books or Charlaine Harris's Sookie Stackhouse books. Yes, they will have a conclusion, and yes, it will be mind-blowing.
And I'm 1/3 of the way there.

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Rachel Vincent
“Screw this. He’d blown his shot at nice-and-easy, which only left quick-and-brutal—my favorite way to play.”
Rachel Vincent, Rogue

Reading Progress

02/05/2011 page 216
55.0% "Not a dull moment in this one, either!"
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message 1: by Zoe (new)

Zoe seriously, write down all the books you've read and enjoyed. I wanna read them. Also, can I borrow you Vampire Academy books or do you not do that?

hayden I'll gladly lend them to you as long as you solemnly swear not to trash them. If you crack a spine on one of my books, I'll break yours.

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