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- Publisher: Papaloa Press
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I loved that this book expanded and explored more of Callum’s and Judah’s characters. I loved seeing them grow and develop, and seeing secrets revealed. I will say that this book makes me worry for my ship of Noa and Judah, because I love those two (I love Callum too, but JUDAH). I’m anxious to see where Lauren Horowitz will go in book three!
One thing that I’ve loved from the start of this series is the poetry included; Noa is a painter with words, and some of my favorite parts of Shattered Blue was the poetry parts. I was really glad to see that Renegade Red had poetry include in it as well. In all honesty, this book is a beautifully written, engaging read and one I highly recommend!
Renegade Red starts where Shattered Blue left off, Noa's little sister Sasha is through the portal and Noa along with the Forsyth brothers has jumped in after her. Now this is when things take a totally different turn than in the first book. The first book was mainly focused on relationships and in Renegade Red there are so many action scenes, the trio not only goes to the fae world Aurora where all is not right but also makes a pit stop in the In Between which is just a horrible place that literally eats people's souls in an upside down world.
However don't get me wrong relationships are still a big part of the story because they are such a bigger part of Noa. Isla's ghost is still present in Noa's mind and during all the terrible things that happened to Noa it's her connection to Sasha and her connection to others that get her through. Noa grows stronger in Renegade, she fights back she takes control over her emotions so she can continue on because she needs to rescue her sister. While there are a few shaky moments (and after you read this you will know why) Noa just needed to break down for a minute and she knew that was okay. Noa how much ever damage her spirit is it couldn't be broken because of the love she has for Sasha.
This book was an emotional mess, I was crying all over the place. Some pretty shocking things come out and Noa is left to deal with the consequences of other people's actions. She gets glimpses into the darkness of both brothers that she did not expect to see. Callum already revealed himself to not be who she thought and more of his darker personality traits come to the surface. These other aspects in Callum shows that not every good trait is necessarily all good. While with Judah I got to see another side to him and while the old Judah was there another part of him was just under the surface and by the end the true version was revealed.
Renegade Red was a fantastic sequel to Shattered Blue, it was dark, emotional, magical, poetic and adventurous. The mysteries kept coming and I was shocked to where everything lead and with twist after twist was it any surprise that of course Renegade Red left off on the mother-of-all cliffhangers. I don't know how long I will have to wait for the final book and I don't know if I care because I am super excited to read the conclusion.
Renegade Red, the sequel to Shattered Blue, takes the main characters from the mortal world into the fae world, and that world is pretty creepy. At the end of Shattered Blue, the central trio go through a portal, and Red sends them traveling through one dystopian world after another. This book is much darker than Shattered Blue and a pulse-pounder, with superb world-building and a whole host of new fae characters. Emotions run high and warning: there are very sad moments and very scary ones. For me, that made this book even better than the first book. The relationships between the characters take some very shocking turns, with the same trademark oh-shit reveals as Shattered Blue. Five stars.
i'm going to attempt to give a quick summary/set- up without giving out crucial details so please forgive me if I mess it up
In Renegade Red, Lauren Bird Horowitz continues the Light Trilogy immediately where Shattered Blue left off. Noa, Callum, and Judah step in through the unstable, collapsing portal to the faerie world of Aurora. Their mission? Find and bring back Noa's sister Sasha. Noa finds herself in glorious Aurora where fae of many color-lines live and breathe light which is the essence of their being. The three of them quickly realize that Sasha is not immediately waiting for them on the other side and is nowhere to be seen. All is not what it seems, nor is it the same Aurora the boys remember leaving. All of them are left going into the search and rescue blind.
Can Sasha be saved? Will the trio find her before the Clear dictator does?
Once they get to the faery world of Aurora, a more sinister plot arises, hidden secrets are revealed and new characters with their own questionable motives make for a high intensity flow of emotions. Told in three alternating perspectives, you're not really sure who to trust--perhaps not even the MC herself. With the same poetic atmosphere as it's predecessor, Renegade Red is surely a novel you don't want to miss out on!
I absolutely loved this book, maybe even more than Shattered Blue. Of course there was love triangle teenaged drama and angst and a whole new set of problems revealed at the end that complicates things even more but I still loved it. Nothing really felt forced as far as plot and character goes. There were many sad and intense parts. I will still cry about Marena. The ending threw me for a loop, again, and it left me wanting more!