The Rule of Many
Born to a death sentence in a near-future America, rebellious sisters herald a revolution—if they can survive.
Twins Ava and Mira Goodwin defy the Rule of One simply by existing. The single-child law, ruthlessly enforced by Texas’s Governor Roth, has made the sisters famous fugitives and inspirations for the resurgent rebellion known as the Common.
But the relentless gov...more
The first book of the series alternated the point of view between the two main characters and was set in the not so far off future of the US. Due to the shortage ...more
Ava and Mira Goodwin should not exist. They are identical twins whose mother died to keep their secret.
They have spawned an entire revolution, because they are not the only hidde ...more
This one had me feeling kind of weird as there ...more
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The Rule of Many picks off right where book one ended, and from page one it doesn't stop. Though I had my issues with the first book I was super excited to see where The Rule of Many was going to take readers considering the explosive end to The Rule of One.
I think my only complaint with The Rule of Many was the introduction of a lot of characters an ...more
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Okay, first of all, this one was so much better than the first! The pacing was so much better, and I loved the plot twists (even if some of ...more
The Rule of Many was everything that I wanted in the sequel. It was action packed. There was never a time where I was bo ...more
After reading The Rule of One and not really liking it, I didn’t have very high hopes for The Rule of Many but I’m happy to say I was pleasantly surprised. I enjoyed the second book FAR more than the first.
**WARNING - SPOILERS AHEAD**
I found The Rule of One to be very slow, to the point of being boring most of the time, way too preachy, and a little conf ...more
I liked this book. I don’t think I liked it as much as the first one, and probably the third one will be better as well. It did feel a lot like bridging the gap. Although some interesting stuff did happen, I think this may have done better as a duology instead of a trilogy.
I still continue to like the world that was introduced in The Rule of One. Of course, the premise of this trilogy is to end that rule, speci ...more
I was so excited to get this book for review. I really enjoyed the first book in the series. A set of twins having to grow up to essentially be the exact same person? Cool plot. Of course we know that this persona of “all is well” won’t last. How could it? “The future waits for no one” (quote taken from the story). As with the first book, throughout the story I knew the lulls in action wouldn’t last, and ...more
The advantage of a second book is that all the backstory has been established. Thus, The Rule of Many starts off strong and maintains a fast pace throughout. ...more
Overall, I thought this was a great sequel to The Rule Of One. There was a lot of action and for the most part, the story kept me glued to the edge of my seat to see what was going to happen. Most of it was pretty unpredictable. Ava and Mira work with members of the Common to unite the country and their missions are dangerous and suspenseful. They even split up at one point to work on their own mission.
So here was my issue with ...more
**I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a ...more