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The Rooster's Garden By Olivia A. Cole,

  • Title: The Rooster's Garden
  • Author: Olivia A. Cole
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In this heart stopping sequel to Panther in the Hive, Tasha Lockett is on the move again As Chicago s Apiary smolders in the rearview mirror, Tasha and her friends plus a skinny poodle push west With only the digital trail of a mad scientist and a three line letter from Tasha s estranged sister to guide them, the journey is fraught with danger and not just from the armIn this heart stopping sequel to Panther in the Hive, Tasha Lockett is on the move again As Chicago s Apiary smolders in the rearview mirror, Tasha and her friends plus a skinny poodle push west With only the digital trail of a mad scientist and a three line letter from Tasha s estranged sister to guide them, the journey is fraught with danger and not just from the armies of Minkers that swarm the States Even as Tasha encounters new allies, peril shadows her every step if there is a cure for the disaster that has swept the nation, it is guarded fiercely A kitchen knife was enough to get her out of Chicago, but will it be enough to protect her from what s ahead
    The Rooster s Garden In this heart stopping sequel to Panther in the Hive Tasha Lockett is on the move again As Chicago s Apiary smolders in the rearview mirror Tasha and her friends plus a skinny poodle push west With

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    1. I read Panther in the Hive last year and I was anxiously awaiting the release of the sequel To say I was not disappointed was an understatement I read a lot of YA dystopian books, and so the genre isn t new to me and the plot of a shady government interfering with lives isn t new However, what I love about this series, and what The Rooster s Garden was able to do even better than it s predecessor, was bring in a lot of nuance about race, disenfranchisement of People of Color, even some of the is [...]

    2. Congratulations to Olivia Cole for a fantastic sequel in The Rooster s Garden, which I ve just finished after devouring in a couple of marathon sessions I m so excited for how far her writing, voice, and characters have come To say I was nervous when I first heard it was 500 pages is an understatement Visions of the Sopho Slump, and Terence Trent D Arby style excess danced in my thoughts Surely, an editor s pen hasn t touched this But not at all 500 pages and it s bursting with action, gravitas, [...]

    3. Starting off slowly where Panther in the Hive ended, this second of three novels in the Tasha Trilogy gathers steam until it s like being in a car barreling down a mountain with no brakes One of the exciting rides I ve been on in a long while Love the feminism of this series, adore the characters, enjoy the world building of this near future dystopia Like the first of the series, there is a bit coincidence driving the plot than is ideal, but this lady can write a book you can t put down The ac [...]

    4. I love, love, love the Tasha Trilogy After reading Panther in the Hive, I couldn t wait to get my hands on The Rooster s Garden The fast paced action, engaging and humorous dialogue, and witty writing is even better in Book 2 I also appreciate Cole s fierce female characters, all of them POC and treated with such verisimilitude My only critique and it s a small one for a book of this genre is that an unbelievable number of coincidences drive a lot of the action Suspend belief and keep going beca [...]

    5. Liked this 2nd book a lot, definitely then the first, which I think is kind of typical of a series since the first one has to set the world up so much But the overly quirky writing that kinda bothered me in the first book seems to be tempered in the 2nd or I just got used to it I am really enjoying the worldbuilding and the story overall, the political commentary embedded within the story is interesting, the characters are great and they feel like real people, the pacing in this book is just [...]

    6. Really, really enjoyed it I love the world building aspects especially and I love that the author has created a world in which poor people of colour are those most likely to survive the apocalypse, instead of the ones being constantly erased There is so much depth here both in the future tech and in the implications of it and I really loved following Tasha s journey There were definitely some pacing issues and I felt like some sections stretched on longer than they should Too many detours full o [...]

    7. It s not every book that makes your heart beat in time with the words on the page Ms Cole has penned a tale that made me react and think And what a tale Tasha s trilogy I am so happy that there is a third book to look forward to I will be waiting on tenterhooks.

    8. Gave me chillsSecond book was as great as the first So much suspense, so much technology and reimagining the future, I cannot wait for the final book of this trilogy What an ending

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