Welcome to part two of May’s Books of the Month, and this book’s really special because it releases today!
About the book:
Something is brewing. Like the far off rumble of a train in the distance, a rebellion is stirring. A cry for change arises in the midst of a traditional monarchy, where King Addison has inherited the throne. Who are the underground troublemakers? What is stirring their defiant banner and demand for change? Find out in The Rebellion! (The Tales of Tarsurella #2) Vanessa Bennett lands her dream job working at the Palace in Tarsurella. She struggles to balance everything on her plate: life in a new country, stressful deadlines, crabby co-workers, college classes at the local University, and blossoming feelings of romantic adoration toward her boss–King Addison. Keeping up with her To-Do list, while trying to earn respect in Addison’s male-dominated administration, presents its challenges. Nevertheless, she can’t help but fight a reoccurring thought and the excitement rising with it: is Addison interested in her? Addison is adjusting to his new role as King. Rumors of a rebellious uprising among the youth in Tarsurella intensifies, as acts of violence and protest break out across the city. Addison is determined to uncover the hidden instigator who fearlessly blogs democracy-driven ideals with a secretive pen name. Will Addison discover and expose the fiery rebellion leader? Or will his efforts fail to stop the rebellious thoughts spreading like wildfire, causing a heartbreaking rift in his divided nation?
What I loved:
Why isn’t Tarsurella a real country? Why aren’t the characters real, especially Vanessa, Addison and his sisters? I love reading about them and Vanessa and Addison’s relationship is so adorable. Has anyone thought of making these books into movies? Everybody needs a dose of Tarsurella 😍
Age Range: 12+
People, if you’re a tween/teen girl, read this! It’s clean, it’s Christian with strong Christian values. It has princesses and royalty- what else do you need to be convinced?
Why I recommend this book:
If you enjoyed The Coronation, you are going to love The Rebellion! It’s so beautiful on seeing how God is constantly at work in us, and He always has something good in store for us, even if we make mistakes, big or small, know or don’t know our future just yet, he is always at work in us, and the results are just beautiful.
Where to buy this book:
So, The Rebellion releases today, and you can buy it on Amazon as paperback in Britain and the USA! You can buy the paperback in America here
How about you?
Have you been celebrating with other people on their releases?