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I thoroughly enjoyed the third book in this series This entire series is action packed and fun to read, but also so thought provoking Turner s clean, quick, and descriptive writing style is so fitting for this type of story.It s easy to see the similarities in attitudes and ideologies between the future conveyed in this story and today I love how Margo, Bane, and Jon stir things up a bit, and I love the message that the books in this series give we can t just sit around and watch our world I thoroughly enjoyed the third book in this series This entire series is action packed and fun to read, but also so thought provoking Turner s clean, quick, and descriptive writing style is so fitting for this type of story.It s easy to see the similarities in attitudes and ideologies between the future conveyed in this story and today I love how Margo, Bane, and Jon stir things up a bit, and I love the message that the books in this series give we can t just sit around and watch our world fall apart, even if we are safe and comfortable for the moment We have to think about our children and their children, along with everyone else We are all in this together and we must do our part to make things better.Though they each struggle with different trials, Margo, Bane, and Jon do their part, take the risks, and give all they ve got And while the Church has had to go underground, it remains a very important part of the solution Highly recommend this series to older teens there is a bit of language and violence and to adults Yes Absolutely excellent Please, read this series. Just No I can t Why HOW COULD IT END LIKE THAT Why do I keep thinking every series I start is going to be a trilogy Though the fact that the book was called Liberation also led to my belief that it was the last book in the series How was I to know that Liberation referred to the rescuing or liberating of ReAssignees, rather than the liberation of the oppressed world When is the fourth book coming out The sneak peek at the end of book three said that it was coming out in November, Just No I can t Why HOW COULD IT END LIKE THAT Why do I keep thinking every series I start is going to be a trilogy Though the fact that the book was called Liberation also led to my belief that it was the last book in the series How was I to know that Liberation referred to the rescuing or liberating of ReAssignees, rather than the liberation of the oppressed world When is the fourth book coming out The sneak peek at the end of book three said that it was coming out in November, 2015, but it is almost December of 2015, and even if it comes out before the end of the month, when will it come out in the US This book took me longer to read than it should have I think it was because of school, and homework, and being overwhelmed by my excitement with the story, and upset by the tragedy.If I learned one thing about writing from Harry Potter, it s that in order to make a story really resonate with a reader, to make us realize how much defeating the evil costs the main characters, it s that you have to kill at least one character who the readers are very attached to J.K Rowling killed a whole bunch of characters I was really attached to view spoiler Corinna Turner has gotten a good start on that with this book, and for all that I just expressed about how authors need to do this, I m still not very happy about it Okay, so Father Mark didn t make me cry the way Dobby and Fred Weasley did, it waslike my response to Sirius Black stop reading the book in disbelieving disgust at two o clock in the morning, only to be irresistibly drawn back into the story in the morning I was pounding the floor in distress, asking how they the EuroGov or the author could do that I am not happy about Doms s death either, though my upset with that was upstaged by Margo s upset with Bane s capture I really, really wanted to see Doms and Juwan again I still hope we will see Juwan again, and see how he is recovering from his heartbreak over Doms hide spoiler I still hope we can see Jane again, she was such an interesting character.Although I was happy to get to know Kyle better, the amount of fights he got in with Margo were a bit disappointing Although most of the fights were him trying to protect Margo, giving us a delightfully strong idea of how much he cares about Margo, I was still a bit disappointed that so much of there interaction was fighting.Eduardo is great in this book In some ways he is probably unintended comic relief He s a bit like Ron Weasley in his matter of fact insensitivity, and it was that characteristic of Ron that led to a lot of the funny parts in Harry Potter I think Pope Cornelius is a foil for Eduardo.I m still waiting on meeting Jon s and Margo s parents Hopefully we ll have the opportunity to meet Margo s parents at all I hope Bane has an opportunity to see his parents again To forgive them if he can.Sister Krayj how is that pronounced, Help and Unicorn were interesting characters Sister Krayj seems like a feminist a healthy feminist, not so over the top that she is sexist against men She s strong, capable and kind Unicorn was sweet and brave Hopefully we ll seeof these two in the next book.Margo, Bane and Jon are mostly unchanged Margo had some character growth, when she made the decision to stop coming on the liberations Jon had some character growth somewhere in the book that I can t put my finger on, stopping the bitterness and self pity that I was so afraid would overwhelm his character I m still hoping he gets a chance to be happy Bane grew as mostly at the end I think view spoiler It s quite a difference to go from pretending to betray people to save your life even if you re planning on loosing the people sent to tail you to find the people you pretended to betray to giving up your life to save them If it weren t for Margo s realization that the only reason he d given himself up was to get on the news and be the spark that set the EuroBloc on fire, then I would have thought it was just him being his usual stupid self, crazy with guilt, trying to be brave, but just hurting Margo But because Margo did realize that he was deliberately giving a speech to lead to the protests in the squares across Europe, I think that he may have hadcharacter growth than either Jon or Margo hide spoiler If book four is supposed to be the final volume, how is the rest of the world going to be freed They ve gotten a decent start on Europe, but Africa is the only free state, so they not only have to bring down the EuroGov, but the AmeriGov north and south, the AsiaGov, AustraliGov, and the oppressive governments of any other large islands I suppose the fall of the EuroGov could be catalyst enough to lead to the fall of the dictatorships on the other countries, but I m still not sure that all of those places can be freed in just one book At least the sneak peek has let us know we re finally going to get to see the mysterious benefactor again.I need book four now Although the gripping style and characters are all still present, this third book felt a little slow compared to the thrills of The Three Most Wanted It s still incredibly readable, and plenty of interesting things happen, but with Margaret and her friends carefully ensconced out of the tyrannical EuroGov s hands, and all of their Liberations going almost without a hitch it just seems a little too safe. [ Epub ] ☦ Liberation ☳ Seriously, Bane, Should I Sit Around And Pat Myself On The Back For Resisting The EuroGov For Six Months Of My Life And Call It A Day Or Should I Go Out And Try To Make A World In Which You And I Can Raise Children Without Being Afraid One Day They Ll Be Taken From Us And Murdered SALPERTON FACILITY STANDS EMPTY EVERY OTHER FACILITY IS FULL.TIME TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.Margo, Bane And Jon Are Determined To Fight The EuroGov Preferably By Rescuing As Many Other ReAssignees As Possible And If Doing So Shakes The EuroBloc To Its Foundations, So Much The Better.Meanwhile A Madman Awaits His Fate.The World Waits For Margo To Take Up Her Pen Again.And In Their Secret Base, Margo And Bane Prepare To Marry At Last.But The Safety Of Their New Home Is Deceptive.When They Are Discovered, The EuroGov S Vengeance Will Be Swift.And Merciless. A great third instalment Kind or harrowing at times but a really exciting storyline. Originally posted on my blogI am blown away This is definitely the best novel out of the three so far, but when the fourth comes out soon, I may change my mind I doubt that I will, but well have to wait and see.Remember when I posted about Diversity in Catholic YA a month ago Yeah, that was just before Liberation came out And now that its out and Ive read it, all my dreams of diverse Catholic YA novels are fulfilled Well, not all the way, theres still a long way to go But were getting Originally posted on my blogI am blown away This is definitely the best novel out of the three so far, but when the fourth comes out soon, I may change my mind I doubt that I will, but we ll have to wait and see.Remember when I posted about Diversity in Catholic YA a month ago Yeah, that was just before Liberation came out And now that it s out and I ve read it, all my dreams of diverse Catholic YA novels are fulfilled Well, not all the way, there s still a long way to go But we re getting there For starters, there is so much character development Bane and Margo s relationship is strengthened and it s very very beautiful Jon s not in it as much as I would have liked, but hopefully we ll get to see himin the final book The plot itself is original and carries on those of the first two books wonderfully There have been several complaints about the book being unnecessarily pacifistic I myself didn t find any problems with it, but there is a strong case.As for the diversity, we pretty much have it all Within Liberation and the other novels, but especially this one we have view spoiler Not one, but two blind characters hide spoiler Characters of multiple races and ethnicities, who are all treated as equals shocker Both male and female characters, who are equal but different, and all very strong Characters of all ages A gay character who manages to live according to the Catholic Church and its teachings okay this one kind of made me internally scream because I M SO FREAKING HAPPY THAT WE FINALLY HAVE A GAY CHARACTER TO LOOK UP TO.As for the ending, it folds up very nicely but leaves a good opening for the next book although there is one plot point that happened near the end that I wish had happened a little earlier In conclusion, read this book Read this series It ll make you feel all the things and cry all the tears These are, by far, the best works of Catholic YA that I have read, and I read a lot of it Yes, the ebook is 5 dollars, and the print book is relatively pricey, but it is so worth it.Read Liberation That is all Good day Three books in, and I feel like a secret member of the Margo Bane Jon trio after having shared so intimately in their risky escapes, harrowing travels, and now perilous exile.Liberation tracks the Underground s determined attempts to free as many imprisoned citizens of the EuroBloc as possible, all the while undermining the EuroGov whether by nonlethal force or through electronic media.At the same time, Margo and Bane enjoy barely enough health and security to finally plan their wedding Three books in, and I feel like a secret member of the Margo Bane Jon trio after having shared so intimately in their risky escapes, harrowing travels, and now perilous exile.Liberation tracks the Underground s determined attempts to free as many imprisoned citizens of the EuroBloc as possible, all the while undermining the EuroGov whether by nonlethal force or through electronic media.At the same time, Margo and Bane enjoy barely enough health and security to finally plan their wedding More than the other books in the series, their impending nuptials allow fordiscussion of the Theology of the Body and Church teaching on sexual morality As Bane is still a nonBeliever, the discussion is organic to his and Margo s relationship and not preachy The author s portrayal is a good mix of the joy, desire, and challenges to chastity that characterize their engagement.As expected, there are plenty of obstacles to their union and mortal danger at nearly every turn The book moves swiftly, reincorporating some characters who were absent in Book 2 and drawing ever closer to political and social revolution.Interestingly, the series could have ended here with just a few adjustments to deliver a sobering but satisfying ending I m anxious to see what the final installment in the series brings The authors is a fellow member of the Catholic Writers Guild I received a review copy of Liberation from the publisher Faith in action best describes Liberation and challenges readers about our faith, forgiveness, goodness, right versus wrong, and humility Margo, Bane, and Jon are fighting non violently to empty EuroBloc Genetics Facilities to demonstrate that their daring escape wasn t just luck The colorful characters beg you to root for them Father Mark, Sister Krayj, Pope Cornelius, Eduardo, and even Lucas Everington as they fight for the right to life and religious freedom for all Definitely will keep Faith in action best describes Liberation and challenges readers about our faith, forgiveness, goodness, right versus wrong, and humility Margo, Bane, and Jon are fighting non violently to empty EuroBloc Genetics Facilities to demonstrate that their daring escape wasn t just luck The colorful characters beg you to root for them Father Mark, Sister Krayj, Pope Cornelius, Eduardo, and even Lucas Everington as they fight for the right to life and religious freedom for all Definitely will keep you thinking after the final page such a roller coaster I loved this book now I can t decide which one is my favorite so far I was on the edge of my seat the entire book Now the wait for the next book will be forever Thank you Corinna for awesome story