Publisher: MacMillan Australia
Format Paperback from publisher
Pub Date 13th November 2018
Price $18.99 AUD
Purchase at: https://www.panmacmillan.com.au/9781760559526/
Star Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Archenemies is another fantastic hero adventure, where the politics of good vs evil come out to play. Not only is the cover absolutely stunning (!!!) but Archenemies is full of slow burn, slightly awkward but cute romance and themes of loyalty and betrayal. It follows on from Renegades nicely, as Nova and Adrian are working with their team to cut down crime in Gatlon City, and in the background, Nova continues with her mission to undermine and destroy the Renegades leaders.
I loved the fact that Nova continues to question her loyalty to her family, the Anarchists and her new friends in the Renegades. It’s great to read about a character who is not 100% good or evil, just confused and trying to figure things out. Both Nova and Adrian grow as a team and individuals in this book and it was so nice to read. There is a lot more plotting and planning in this book and Nova tries so hard to keep everything together and her identity and mission a secret.
Her relationship with Adrian and their budding romance was so realistic and cute. Both of them want to work well together but are also uncertain about taking their relationship further than friendship and team mates. We get more information regarding Max in this book, which I adored. The plot line was easy to follow, however a little less action packed than Renegades. Everything we learnt in Renegades comes into play and I loved seeing the pieces fall into place.
There are some twists and turns in this book, some expected and some unexpected. Overall I found Archenemies very easy to read and I wanted to finish it in one sitting. The ending left me wanting more and more. I need the final book now!
If you are a fan of Renegades, this book should definitely be on your TBR!
Thank you to Pan Macmillan Australia for providing my copy for review! I voluntarily read and reviewed this book and all thoughts and opinions are my own and do not represent the author or publisher.