Thursday, February 23, 2012

Truth Review

299 pages
In this sequel to "XVI," Nina Oberon's life has changed enormously. After her mother was killed, Nina discovered the truth about her father, the leader of the Resistance. And now she sports the same Governing Council-ordered tattoo of XVI on her wrist that all 16-year-old girls have. But Nina won't be anyone's stereotype.

This was a fantastic second book in the XVI series! I love that this novel is basically about uncovering truth and questioning what society may portray as truth. Once again Nina is back as a stronger heroine who has to deal with a lot more in this novel than she had to in the first one. There is also a bit of a love triangle which is interesting because Nina also starts to question the "truth" about love. This novel was well paced and also contained a lot of action. The ending left me both satisfied and wanting to see how Nina's story and life will end up. I definitely recommend this as a great dystopian read but you should make sure to read the first novel in the series before you dive into this one.


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