- Series: Numbers Game
- Paperback: 432 pages
- Publisher: Diamond Patch Press (January 17, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0996153241
- ISBN-13: 978-0996153249
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 1.1 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,883,271 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Numbers Ignite (Numbers Game) (Volume 2) Paperback – January 17, 2016
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Vance and Treena are creating their own paths in this second book. They want to be together, but first must overcome obstacles in their own lives and find each other again afterwards. I enjoyed seeing Treena and Vance in their own stories as they struggled with different problems.
Now that Treena can no longer turn her back on NORA, it’s citizens, and all the problems right in front of her, she will have to fight even harder for what she believes is right. For Vance it was never a question of if he should or should not help others, but without having the power to lead or change situations, he will have quite a difficult time of it!
This story picks up right where the first one leaves off and ends with quite the chaotic climax.
Treena finds out what life is like beyond the borders of NORA's city. Traveling through the dry wasteland of the country she is injured, but thankfully found by a community hiding underground. She joins their community while recuperating, but always has her thoughts centered on finding Vance again. While there, she learns more about NORA and the outlands.
Vance has taken responsibility for his actions against his community, but is surprised by the criminal charges brought to him by the outlanders. They accuse him of things that aren't true, but won't listen to the truth. He finds out that the people in charge have their own reasons for wanting the community to not believe and support Vance. He has to do what is necessary to protect himself, those he cares about, and the community as a whole.
Vance and Treena reunite right in the middle of chaos. I don't want to spoil what happens, but you will want to read to find out!
I felt that Treena really grew stronger throughout the book. She has some hard challenges in front of her leading into the last book of the series and it will be interesting to see how she handles things from her situation.
Rebecca Rode writes a very well paced, character driven story that poses the question that if there was another great civil war in America and if one faction won out over the other and adopted a Ratings systems that is strictly adhered to by all citizens - what would life be like. But knowing human nature and the nature of most Americans - not everyone is going to be onboard with the new system. So these people will live in the wilderness and hide from the "Great City" and risk capture at every turn.
This second book focuses on those people and what has become of the wilderness outside of the Great City walls - we see it from the points of view of Treena and Vance and they fight and struggle against nature, injustice, and against one human varmint that I wanted to Gibbs Slap all the way down to South America.
Highly recommend reading this book, the first book, Numbers Games and the additional books Ruby's Story and Chan's Story. I read the first 2 books almost in 1 setting and I am eagerly looking forward to book number 3.....hurry Rebecca, the suspense is killing me!!!
"I stood on the threshold of an abandoned stucco building and reached out, fingering a flake of orange-pink paint on the splintering wood."
It had been awhile since I read book 1 so it took me a couple of chapters to remember what happened so I recommend reading the books in order.
What a ride! Treena and Vance are at it again: adventures, leading people and romance. They each have their own chapters and what is going on in their lives until they meet again right before the biggest obstacle.
Vance is caught and held as a prisoner. He's accused of treason. Treena was injured on her way to find Vance and is kept underground until she's well enough to leave.
I got so caught up in the story I almost finished in one setting.There were enough suspenseful moments to keep me reading. I wanted the good guys to win and the bad guys to be stopped.
Rode manages to realistically show both strengths and weaknesses in several characters, not just Treena and Vance but several of the supporting cast as well. The ending was well written, surprising, and left me wanting more.
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