- File Size: 1092 KB
- Print Length: 288 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Sun's Golden Ray Publishing (October 28, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 28, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B012XKFF1I
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #229,563 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Razia lost her fire for a bit in this book as her vulnerable side took on a bigger spotlight. I loved seeing that! She had a ton of growing to do.
My favorite part of Conviction? MORE SAGE. He popped out of nowhere in the previous two books, but he had a much bigger presence in this book. It made me SO HAPPY. I love his character!
The plot thickened in this one and became more intense (with less of a mystery that was in Alliances).
If you're reading this and haven't picked up this series yet, DO READ DOUBLE LIFE. It's a very enjoyable series.
In my review of Double Life, I talked about how I liked the story, but I wished that Razia was.... more. I want her to be kinder, more understanding, more mature. I struggled with her maturity level because I could see the person that she could be. If only she would calm down and stop jumping to conclusions all the time.
I liked Alliances too. There I revealed my everlasting love for Sage Teon and Lizbeth. The two of them are a formidable team when it comes to annoying Razia as well as keeping her out of trouble as much as possible. In Alliances she had grown a little but she was still making the same mistakes. She had more to worry about that personal growth . Other things kept her attention.
Conviction was IT for me! It was the book I've been waiting for!
Finally! This book was everything that I had hoped and prayed and knew that it could be. Razia was finally lived up to my very high expectations. The Razia that I kept spying little glimpses of in the other books emerged and I loved her! This book had all of the introspection and growth and struggle that I've been waiting for since I read S. Usher Evans first book. It was worth waiting for!
Still this book had tons of action too. It's not all the personal, touchy feely crap that I've been waiting for. If feelings aren't your thing you will be happy to know that Conviction keeps up the wild and nonstop pace the other two have had as well. Of course, Razia gets in trouble with Dissident. When has she ever been on his good side? Not only does she have to deal with Dissident's terrible attitude as well as the rest of the pirates inherent sexism and bias. She also has to contend with one of her biggest scrapes yet.
I feel like S. Usher Evans has hit her stride now. Every book has been better than the last. From everything I've heard, Fusion is even better.
I can't wait.
-Lyssa/Razia is as hard on herself as ever, and she finds herself asking the questions I think we all ask ourselves at some point in time.
-We really get to see some of the guilt that she carries around, afraid to share because she’s afraid of everyone’s reaction. What she thinks will happen, is of course blown out of proportion to what actually does, as is usually the case when we dwell on things.
-Razia in a dress!
-A Pirate Ball!
-Razia trying to work while inebriated.
-A little bit of time spent with all of my favorite characters, including another Lizbeth scene that made me laugh.
-Great friends give tough love, but they accept you.
-CHAPTER SIXTEEN (you now have to read the entire thing to find out what this is)!
-I really want to slap a character. I guess really that’s actually a positive, but still…Jukin is just terrible.
-Overall I felt like there were more little details, more little conversations, that helped to build a fuller and richer picture than the previous two books.
*I received a free copy of this book. It does not affect my review.
**This review also appears on my blog.
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What can I say about Conviction? S. Usher Evans does it once again. Conviction quickly grabs you and submerges you back into the world of Piracy and Planet Exploration and never... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Allen
The universe’s favorite sassy bounty hunter has made quite a few mistakes, including getting drunk and thinking she could take down a bounty who instead took down her. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rae
Did a bit of a speed-read through this so there's a good chance I may come back to this later and change my review. I was rushing so I could be ready for Fusion. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Chasia Lloyd
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