Young Delight Review: Defiance by Shelly Crane

Posted December 29, 2012 by megan in Reviews / 2 Comments

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Young Delight Review: Defiance by Shelly Crane

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Series: Significance,
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What I Liked…

I like how the Watsons are more involved. They take matters into their own hands and are determined to make sure Maggie doesn’t leave alive. Also as you know Maggie’s dad isn’t her real dad. Well, in this book you learn so much about Maggie’s past.

What I did not like…

The author tried too hard to keep Caleb and Maggie from each other. Then the author kills Rodney, which really made me angry. He could have been used in different ways instead of killing him off.

My favorite character…

If I had to pick just one, it would be Gran. There is always one of those characters that you can never get enough of and Gran is one of those. She makes everything seem okay when nothings is going right and is a wonderful laugh.

My least favorite character…

I really did not like the character Marla. She was used to much when Marcus could have been used more. Marla was just not likable enough for the story.

Would I recommend this book…

I would recommend this book because it has a brilliant story line that is not as good as the first two books, but still good. It is interesting way keeping to the story going.

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Hi! I am a tween and the daughter of Shari the Delighted Reader. I am almost worse than my mother in reading. I carry at least two books with me at all times. Unfortunately, I don't like ebooks, preferring to feel the book in my hands. All of my reviews will be of Young Adult books.

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8 years ago

I have not read this series, despite the killing off of a character, that you enjoyed the series overall..nice review.

Sophia Rose
8 years ago

So the villain was redeemable, but got killed off and the romance got angsty? Sometimes it would be fun if books could be more ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ style.

Nice review!