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Rebels Divided by [Erlick, Lance]
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Book 3 of 3 in Rebels (3 Book Series)

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About the Author

Lance Erlick likes to explore the mysteries of intriguing worlds with remarkable, often strong female guides facing and overcoming adversity as they try to change their world. He writes science fiction thrillers for young adult and adult readers. He is the author of The Rebel Within, The Rebel Trap, and Rebels Divided, three books in the Rebel series. In those stories, he explores the moral consequences of following conscience for those coming of age. He is also the author of the Regina Shen series—Regina Shen: Resilience, Regina Shen: Vigilance, and Regina Shen: Defiance. This series takes place after abrupt climate change leads to the Great Collapse and a new society under the World Federation. Lance is also the author of short stories and novelettes. To learn more about the author and his stories visit his website at http://www.LanceErlick.com.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2604 KB
  • Print Length: 295 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Finlee Augare Books (5 Dec. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DC80QGU
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #996,623 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Amazon.com: 4.4 out of 5 stars 12 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable Read 16 Sept. 2014
By Tasha M. Sorenson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Rebels Divided is the follow up to The Rebels Within. However, this book can definitely be a stand alone. What was most notable for me were the action scenes. I couldn't put the book down because of them.

Overall, the premise of the book is intriguing (would have loved to see more homosexual and heterosexual tendencies within both societies). The world building was fantastic, and I really enjoyed the characters and their development within the book.

I look forward to reading other works by Erlick.
4.0 out of 5 stars Im reading book one now and Ill read book two ... 11 Jan. 2017
By perry f hopkins - Published on Amazon.com
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Im reading book one now and Ill read book two next then I will read divided once more and I think Ill get way more out of it .Just got my kindle and this is the first book I have on it : )
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Truly Original! 4 Sept. 2013
By Ellen M Stortz - Published on Amazon.com
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This work is unlike so many Science Fiction books - it has a really cool premise that is so different from so many SF books I have read. It's very original in its outlook and the story is true to form. The rebels are very realistically created and the story line actually is a good conglomeration of the good and bad traits of each rebel.
4.0 out of 5 stars A Strong Series with a Unique World 3 Nov. 2014
By Terri at Second Run Reviews - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
The Rebel Series by Lance Erlick is a curious examination of society after the Second World War which divides men and women into separate communities. Each with their own government, religion, morals and values.

What I Liked Most About the Series
The grey area. There are some obvious plus sides to a society made up of a single sex. And there are some obvious down sides. Erlick, through the characters, presents many of these views, but doesn’t push the reader in either direction.

Annabelle. She fits right up there with Katniss and Tris, but Erlick takes her a bit further than Collins took Katniss and Roth took Tris. There’s a complexity to Annabelle as she discovers the dark side of an all female society and starts to actively fight against it. She’s stronger, in my opinion, physically and mentally. The obstacles that break her down do not paralyze her or scare her. You can feel her fighting every inch of the way.

What I Liked Least About the Series
The order of the books. If you read them in publication order, I am almost certain you will be confused because I certainly was! Annabelle is given a mission at the end of book one which is not mentioned in Rebels Divided. The Rebel Trap explores that mission. Now that all three books have been released, I hope that GoodReads will change the series order.

The many voices in The Rebel Trap. While there was good formatting to show you the different voices speaking to Annabelle, it got frustrating to follow what was going on. With so any competing voices—both internal and external—I wasn’t sure which side I should be rooting for.

Overall, I would give The Rebel series by Lance Erlick a thumbs up. The unique single sex societies along with a strong female lead drove the story forward. If the books are read in chronological order (The Rebel Within, The Rebel Trap and Rebels Divided) I believe the reader will find the series reaches a satisfying conclusion.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Battle of the sexes ~ literally! 25 May 2014
By D. Roberts - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
At some point in the future, the United States has a 2nd civil war. Instead of being between north & south, this time it's man vs. woman. Ultimately, it ends in an uneasy truce; sort of like the end of the Korean war. As such, there are still minor scrimmages & incursions over the borderlands that divide the genders.

The women of this dystopia somewhat resemble the Amazon women from Greek mythology. Like the Amazons, they are trained for combat have a tendency to really, REALLY dislike men. According to legend, the Amazons would have their childbearing aged women couple with men from a neighboring tribe once a yr. The female babies would be kept, while the male babies would be returned to the men's tribe to be raised. As for future women, they have cut men out of the equation of reproduction altogether. Women are artificially inseminated, and the male DNA chromosomes have been omitted to preclude the chance of more male babies being produced. This is done, of course, with the efficacy of ultimately bringing the male homo sapien to extinction.

In order to compensate for having less physical strength than their male counterparts, the women have relied on their guile to built mechanical contraptions that give the user superhuman strength & agility as well as an array of rather nasty weapons to engage male soldiers on the battlefield. They are also much more adept at fighting as a team than the male soldiers whom they square off against.

Such is the backdrop of the current tale. 2 characters living in this future (George & Annabelle) have a chance meeting and both are discontent with the status quo. As was the case in the Middle Ages, the alliance of church & state makes political considerations ever more convoluted ~ nevermind the fact that the genders no longer "play nice." Indeed, this is a grim depiction of 2 societies that barely function in the broadest sense of the term. Geo & Anna can see that the current path is a dead end for society, but can they do anything to alter the societal path?

This book is recommended for people who enjoy science fiction novels and visions of a dystopian future. More specifically, the target audience would be readers who appreciate a sci fi tale that is set in the not-too-distant future. This is not a book about space travel or jaw-dropping technology. Rather, it centers on the consequences of what happens when men & women fail to "get along."
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