Official Review: Temptation Trials Rebellion by B. Truly

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Re: Official Review: Temptation Trials Rebellion by B. Truly

Post by DorcasToo »

I must read this one in the near future. The fact that it's free today is a plus. Thanks for the review.
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Post by jaliper »

I really don't like if a book is rushed. I don't mind if it's slow. Sometimes that is more intense and interesting. But anyway, I'll consider and put it on my shelf. It's free today anyway haha. Thanks!

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Post by diksidon »

Never read such a romace novel like this very intriguing

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Post by iced_sunshine »

It sounds like I'll really like this. I'm actually excited to pick it up, I've been looking for more dystopian fiction to read. Glad I can finish it over the weekend. Thanks for the review!

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Post by Quinto »

I think the novel portrays the dangers of having a government nosing around all aspects of people's lives. Nice review.

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Post by Jbcitygirl »

Thank you for sharing your review with us. I really like the idea of this novel and think I’m going to enjoy reading it. I have already developed a fondness for Cat and Sahara and I think the author did a great job developing realistic characters that you can empathize with.

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Post by ObsessedBookNerd »

Based on the review I don't think that this book is something that I would enjoy reading. I like reading romance novels. I dislike the dystopian genre. I also don't enjoy fast-paced stories. I think that I will pass on reading this book.

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Post by Mercy Bolo »

The setting for this book is a dystopian future where arranged marriages are compulsory. The only way to escape this is to participate in a reality show where contestants battle love's biggest enemy, lust.
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Post by booklover101101 »

Thanks for letting the other readers know about the climactic element of the book. I really appreciate it. I know that Dystopian Novels are usually fast-paced in general but it takes good attention to detail and really being engaged in the Novel to figure that out. Im just wondering if the fast-paced storyline was a tool to show help readers feel the same anxiety that the main characters were feeling. If that's the case, the author is really doing a good job of making his characters more relatable to us.

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Post by TheTrueNyree »

I can see how the story could be interesting. With the government arranging marriages, there will definitely be some rebellion. Their will be consequences for those wanting to be with who they love and that will make the story. Not sure if I will read this one though. Congratulations on BOTD.

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