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(Reintegration #2)

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Katherine Holliday has left behind her life in the Federation. She is ready to start a new one with Matthew and the Intolerants. But it isn’t long before the Underground leaders send her on a mission that takes her back to the Federation. Katherine finds herself in City 1, with the help of new and unexpected allies, in an attempt to locate information that could help the U ...more
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Kate Willis
Okay, so I just discovered a new book syndrome--the exact antithesis to Dispensable Middle Book in a Trilogy syndrome, and I call it The Sequel Is Better Than the First Book, Wow syndrome. I liked Reintegration well enough and was a big fan of some specific aspects, but this one was really, really good.

Underground picked up just days after the first book, and Katherine is a mixture of rejoicing and reeling. No spoilers, but she has a lot to take in. At first, I was a little frustrated or surpris
Ashley Bogner
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Release date: August 24, 2019!
Laura Grace
Aug 30, 2019 rated it really liked it
If you enjoyed the first book, I can assure you'll enjoy the sequel!

I really loved how even though Katherine has changed due to her faith, she's still is herself. She didn't change so differently in the Underground that I felt she wasn't the character I enjoyed reading about in Reintegration. Seeing her however in the Federation with her faith was awesome. Her struggles felt real and her thoughts of trying to show others the truth was eye-opening. (There was an internal dialogue concerning logic
Jun 28, 2019 rated it it was amazing
SO. I've been wanting to tell you all about this book ever since I was gifted the chance to beta read it for the lovely Ashley earlier this year. AND I PROMISE I WILL TELL YOU ALL ABOUT IT. Soon. Just know that it was fantastic, and I can't wait to share more details. Keep an eye out on my blog mid-July for a full review to come!! ...more
Mya Gray
Aug 28, 2019 rated it really liked it
Underground picked up right where Reintegration left off, the day after Katherine and Matthew arrived at the Underground. Katherine learns what life is like at the Underground and spends some quality time with Matthew’s family. But of course, you can’t have a proper book without some tension and high-stakes. 😉 Councillor Amelia Haynes is fighting to enact Project Endgame. If nobody stops her, the Underground could be wiped out for good.

Katherine is the Underground’s best chance of surviving. She
Oct 02, 2019 rated it really liked it
After reading the first book in this series, I was pretty interested in what book two would hold. While I had some problems with the first, I wanted to give this one a try, and I'm glad I did. I ended up liking it better than the first book.
Katherine is a loveable character, different than a lot of YA heroines. She wants to follow the rules, she's quiet, and I loved her. Matthew was pretty sweet too.
This book kind of threw me through a loop trying to keep up with who I was supposed to trust, a
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Ashley Bogner is a nerdy author whose nerdy theologian husband may possibly own more books than she does. She is a homeschool graduate who wrote her first “novel” when she was in fifth grade (which was really a thirty page story about talking cats she is grateful no one will ever read). It’s a rare occasion when she isn’t writing—she works as a technical writer at her day job and writes novels in ...more

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