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What a wonderful sequel to The First Principle Vivica gets serious about acting on her beliefs and it turns her world upside down Shrock kept me guessing what would happen and delivered a surprise every time Packed with action, intrigue and gut wrenching moral dilemmas, I highly recommend reading this one and the first one too. In this sequel to The First Principle, Marissa Shrock writes one of the best Christian speculative novels I ve read in a long time.Shrock keeps us right with her heroine, Vivica Wilkins, from page one to the climax We are with Vivica as she enters a new world of being a member of the rebellion These are a group of fighters dedicated to restoring freedom, especially religious freedom, to a world of dictatorial powers seeking to dominate all of Earth Christians are persecuted, made into slaves, In this sequel to The First Principle, Marissa Shrock writes one of the best Christian speculative novels I ve read in a long time.Shrock keeps us right with her heroine, Vivica Wilkins, from page one to the climax We are with Vivica as she enters a new world of being a member of the rebellion These are a group of fighters dedicated to restoring freedom, especially religious freedom, to a world of dictatorial powers seeking to dominate all of Earth Christians are persecuted, made into slaves, or executed for their beliefs Vivica is a reluctant hero as she seeks her place in this society of warriors in a world seeking to exterminate them She has to learn who to trust while at the same time demonstrating her own trustworthiness.Shrock has filled her story with intricate twists and turns, with betrayals that may not be betrayals, with loyalty that is not at all loyal Vivica must weave her way through relationships with people she cannot be sure about while she s also learning about herself and her new identity as a Christian A major strength of this novel is Shrock s ability to have her characters express their faith in ways that are natural and believable None of it feels forced or contrived There is no sense the author shoehorned faith just to get into the story Never does she stop the story to preach at the reader Another strength is well developed characters Even minor characters are presented with depth and subtle agendas and quirks This all serves to keep the tension and suspense high throughout the novel.Along the way, Vivica reunites with her father But is he all he seems to be Why did he abandon her Her mother is a politician seeking to change the system from within Or is she Her arrest propels Vivica deeper into the maelstrom of the rebellion Her boyfriend, the father of the baby she gave up for adoption, also sends her confusing messages Vivica must sort all this out even as she infiltrates a secret project and tries to sabotage it But betrayals assault her here as well until we reach the climax which I will not share because of spoiler alerts.Read the book to find out It is well worth the investment of your time.I give this outstanding effort 4.5 stars.I don t think it s necessary to read the first book before this one Shrock does an excellent job of entwining material from the first novel into this one so the reader doesn t feel lost or confused But read the first novel anyway because it is an equally good story.I was given a free copy of this book in return for an honest review #FREE DOWNLOAD Í The Liberation ô How far would you go in the fight for your country s freedom when it s crumbling from within In the near future, all seventeen year old Vivica Wilkins wants is a normal life Time with her boyfriend, her computer, sports But after becoming a fugitive, the only place she ll be safe is among the enemies of the government She has no choice but to join the Emancipation Warriors, the only hope for the United Regions of North America to return to the country it once was When her mother is taken as a political prisoner and slated for execution, the Emancipation Warriors change Vivica s appearance, identity everything With her vaunted computer hacking skills, she s able to infiltrate the government with a job that gives the Warriors a foothold in their fight for freedom and the chance to save her mother But soon Vivica is discovered, and her only chance of escape is to become allies with one of her greatest enemies Together they must follow the government s trail of evil to its highest levels, where they learn not only the future of their country is at stake, but the entire world From the cities of the United Regions of North America to the high tech corridors of Asia, The Liberation is an international thriller with an all too possible scenario that will grab you by the throat and refuse to let go Hacked FreedomThe Liberation Emancipation Warriors Book 2 By Marissa ShrockHave you ever wished you could be someone else Change your identity This is exactly what Vivica Wilkins needs to do in order to save the one she loves and her mother before it s too late.Hiding underground with the Emancipation Warriors, Vivica begins her training with the other rebels and physically undergoes a change in her appearance Vivica Wilkins daughter of the former presidential candidate can t be caught spyin Hacked FreedomThe Liberation Emancipation Warriors Book 2 By Marissa ShrockHave you ever wished you could be someone else Change your identity This is exactly what Vivica Wilkins needs to do in order to save the one she loves and her mother before it s too late.Hiding underground with the Emancipation Warriors, Vivica begins her training with the other rebels and physically undergoes a change in her appearance Vivica Wilkins daughter of the former presidential candidate can t be caught spying in the enemy camp, so alterations are made to her face, eye retinal, and voice in order to fool those she comes into contact with.These warriors are dedicated to overthrowing the evil President Fortune and re establishing freedom to the people Especially the freedom to worship the God in the Bible of their forefathers, not the watered down one reinvented by the government Thrust into a secret mission, Fredrica aka Vivica finds herself working with her mother s betrayers She s sent to the world where only chosen slaves will be moved to build a new order Can she fool the ones who knew her the most Will she be able to hack into their computers to fight for the freedom of those she loves The Liberation is the sequel to The First Principle by Marissa Shrock and is book 2 in The Emancipation Warriors series I gotta say, Ms Shrock did it again She captured my attention from page one and held it to the very end of this impressive young adult novel In my opinion, this book is for any age, so don t let that hold you back Set in a futuristic date, the plot, characters, and setting are believable The author portrays her fictitious United Regions of North America realistically, and the reader is pulled in from page one.The plot moves along nicely and doesn t get bogged down anywhere The characters are solid and likeable The president is creepy and you want to help overthrow his cabinet along with the warriors The faith aspect is interwoven effectively without sounding preachy The main character s arc undergoes a crisis, but in the end she sees God s hand.In my opinion, the biggest strength in The Liberation was the plot twists From a surprise unveiling of the Peacemaker s identity to who are really an enemy and an ally, this book keeps you guessing to the very end I give The Liberation 4.5 stars It will keep you on the edge of your seat in a futuristic world I received a complimentary e copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review If you haven t read Marissa Shrock yet, you are missing out I originally fell in love with Shrock s writing when I read what was her debut novel in this series, The First Principle The Liberation picks up where The First Principle left off In a corrupt, dystopian society, Vivica Wilkins has joined the rebel forces and must either keep her identity a secret, or risk being executed With the clock ticking, will she and the other Emancipation Warriors be able to rescue those they love befor If you haven t read Marissa Shrock yet, you are missing out I originally fell in love with Shrock s writing when I read what was her debut novel in this series, The First Principle The Liberation picks up where The First Principle left off In a corrupt, dystopian society, Vivica Wilkins has joined the rebel forces and must either keep her identity a secret, or risk being executed With the clock ticking, will she and the other Emancipation Warriors be able to rescue those they love before it s too late, or will their quest for liberation cost themthan anyone ever bargained for This book Lemme tell ya.First of all, you won t be able to stop reading Second, Shrock s crazy talented imagination will creep you the heck out with how realistic she created this society to be And third, her characters are so endearing and well developed, you ll cheer for them till the very end.In a style similar to The Hunger Games, you ll be hooked from the beginning and want to knowIt s not very often any I have to stay up late to finish a book, and The Liberation kept me up until 2 00 in the morning to find out what would happen next.If you like fast paced, creative thrillers with faith interwoven throughout, then I definitely recommend this book Me, I m gonna catch up on some sleep before the third and final book comes out I received this book for free from the author in exchange for my honest review Vivica Wilkins is on the run in a not so distant future As a fugitive, she has no choice but to join an elite group of rebels that are hell bent on making change happen As she sticks with the rebels, she begins to realize that maybe she should start making some changes alongside them But to do so, she must change her entire appearance her face, her eyes, and even her voice She must become Fredrica Lloyd, an undercover agent who must infiltrate the government In this suspenseful journey, Vi Vivica Wilkins is on the run in a not so distant future As a fugitive, she has no choice but to join an elite group of rebels that are hell bent on making change happen As she sticks with the rebels, she begins to realize that maybe she should start making some changes alongside them But to do so, she must change her entire appearance her face, her eyes, and even her voice She must become Fredrica Lloyd, an undercover agent who must infiltrate the government In this suspenseful journey, Vivica truly begins to learn what it means to fight for what you believe in, along with what it means to trust God Opinion When I started reading this book, I had no idea that it was actually a sequel until I reached the author s acknowledgements at the end I was glad to see that even though I didn t read the first book, the descriptions in the sequel were so informative that I wasn t confused at all I was also quite surprised that it was a faith based book The majority of young adult novels aren t faith based, so this was an interesting and pleasant change of course from most YA books.The plot was what first got me interested in this book Any novel that has a dystopian universe grabs my attention, as it is my favorite genre From start to finish, this story was an exciting, heart pounding adventure that never lost my interest It especially ramped things up in the last few chapters, in which I was eager to read word after word until the epic finale.The protagonist, Vivica, was a very intriguing character to read The way the author wrote her made her lifelike and believable I felt her struggles as if I was right alongside her in the novel.With non stop action and excellent writing, The Liberation is sure to impress.Reviewed by a LitPick student book reviewer Age 17 Genre YA dystopianWorldview ChristianPros I really, really enjoy this series The Christianity is overt, but the questions it raises aren t the trite ones In this book, Vivica struggles with trusting God Believing He is good even when things seem rotten Believing that He has a plan, that He cares, and that He s sovereign Add that to an interesting premise, great writing, and seat of the pants suspense, and you ve got a book I couldn t put down I read the whole thing today Cons Only t Genre YA dystopianWorldview ChristianPros I really, really enjoy this series The Christianity is overt, but the questions it raises aren t the trite ones In this book, Vivica struggles with trusting God Believing He is good even when things seem rotten Believing that He has a plan, that He cares, and that He s sovereign Add that to an interesting premise, great writing, and seat of the pants suspense, and you ve got a book I couldn t put down I read the whole thing today Cons Only two 1 That I have to wait for the next book in the series to come out Yes, I m whining 2 I couldn t help but wonder why they didn t use DNA as a means to ID people They had chips, retinal scans, nanobots all cool tech but I kept thinking, what about the DNA genetics geek over here Disclaimer I received this book in exchange for an honest review I received this book for free from the author through Christian Readers and Reviewers I wanted to read something clean and different from romance I thoroughly enjoyed this book.Don t want to spoil the read for others The government took away the freedom of religion from its citizen s and started imprisoning people, even underage teens who got pregnant became criminals So you find the group who is considered rebels since their going against the government helping free those in prison One gal I received this book for free from the author through Christian Readers and Reviewers I wanted to read something clean and different from romance I thoroughly enjoyed this book.Don t want to spoil the read for others The government took away the freedom of religion from its citizen s and started imprisoning people, even underage teens who got pregnant became criminals So you find the group who is considered rebels since their going against the government helping free those in prison One gal goes undercover to work in an reeducation center Not going to say what happened Then she is picked to work with a biggie in government She does she finds her father still alive in a city that is being filled with prisoners Read the book to find out what happens You will be happy you read this book Fans of YA dystopian looking for a Christian novel in their favorite genre would do well to read The Liberation by Marissa Shrock It s second in a series, the first being The First Principle This follow up is evenaction packed and full of twists than the first Several of my friends have teens and I think this is a good series to look into Parents, I would encourage you to read the books, too so you can have some good discussions about things such as abortion, relationships, government, Fans of YA dystopian looking for a Christian novel in their favorite genre would do well to read The Liberation by Marissa Shrock It s second in a series, the first being The First Principle This follow up is evenaction packed and full of twists than the first Several of my friends have teens and I think this is a good series to look into Parents, I would encourage you to read the books, too so you can have some good discussions about things such as abortion, relationships, government, violence, etc Although the first book, The First Principle, remains my favorite novel of the series so far, this sequel is a good read It provides action, suspense, and surprise turns Ms Shrock is a skillful writer, and I look forward to the next book in the series And I am not typically a dystopian reader The author provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.