Dove Exiled

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Dove Exiled

Dove Exiled The thrilling follow up to the groundbreaking debut Dove Arising Phaet Theta fled the Moon and has been hiding on Earth with her friend Wes and his family But Phaet s past catches up with her when the

  • Title: Dove Exiled
  • Author: Karen Bao
  • ISBN: 9780451469021
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The thrilling follow up to the groundbreaking debut Dove Arising.Phaet Theta fled the Moon and has been hiding on Earth with her friend Wes and his family But Phaet s past catches up with her when the Lunar Bases attack the community and reveal that Phaet is a fugitive She s torn between staying on Earth with Wes whom she s just discovered her feelings for and stowing awThe thrilling follow up to the groundbreaking debut Dove Arising.Phaet Theta fled the Moon and has been hiding on Earth with her friend Wes and his family But Phaet s past catches up with her when the Lunar Bases attack the community and reveal that Phaet is a fugitive She s torn between staying on Earth with Wes whom she s just discovered her feelings for and stowing away on a Moon bound ship to rescue her siblings from the wrath of the government who killed their mother But when Phaet makes the agonizing decision to return to the Moon, she finds the rebel movement there has turned her into their Girl Sage, a symbol of their struggle She s the biggest celebrity on the Moon half the people worship her, and the other half want her dead.

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    1. Wendy on said:

      "Dove Exiled" the intriguing and absorbing second novel in the "Dove Chronicles" opens with the threat of an attack on Saint Odan where Phaet Theta has taken refuge with Wes's Earthbound family after escaping the Moon. In an atmosphere of harmony and high-ideals Wes's father keeps the peace with the Sanctuarists an unobtrusive law force but their hatred for the "demons" on the Moon is all too apparent. As Phaet under the guise of the Pacifia refugee Fay blends into Odan society she learns not on [...]

    2. Nicole on said:

      Phaet, reborn as Fay, is known as a former engine room slave from Pacifia instead of being known as the fugitive and Lunar's rebel daughter. Phaet takes refuge with Wes' family at Saint Oda on Earth. However, the Odans detest the Lunars and believe they are Godless demons. Odans remind me of Amity and Agnegation factions from Divergent. They do not like weaponry and fighting. They tolerate peace and helping each other. However, when Tourmalinians show a torture video of Phaet's brother back on t [...]

    3. Haley on said:

      3.5 starsDove Exiled is the sequel to Dove Arising. It starts out with Phaet on Earth, in a town called Odan with Wes. Odan is on an island within the Bristish Isles archipelago. The Odans hate technology and chemicals and use only organic stuff. The use bioluminescent bacteria for lights at night. They make their own clothes. The Odan’s are not sure what to make of Phaet. Wes and her concoct a back-story the she is Fay, and was an engine room slave in Pacifia, a floating city that has a popul [...]

    4. Jennifer on said:

      I'm not sure if this book just suffers from severe second book syndrome, or if it just doesn't flow well and requires too much suspension of reality. Additionally, I'll be nice and say this whole series is heavily influenced by The Hunger Games. Phaet, the Dove (*cough* Mockingjay) becomes the reluctant Girl Sage (Girl on Fire) for a revolutionist movement against the committee (Capitol). There's much, much more in the similarities department, but I digress.All this is after spending waaay too l [...]

    5. Ricky on said:

      Taking the action down to Earth - literally - does this second book in Karen Bao's kick-ass trilogy a great service. It allows her to expand the world-building by showing us a little more of what the world is like 300 years into the future, when the continents are pretty much all either water-damaged or otherwise uninhabitable and all the remaining territory is either small islands full of natural resources, or deadly floating cities that try to capture everything else. And the cities of Pacifia [...]

    6. Karline05 Un brin de lecture on said:

      unbrindelecture/2017/0Un second tome qui a un peu de mal à démarrer puis lorsqu'il se met vraiment en route ne s'arrête plus . En effet, les aventures de Phaet deviennent haletantes, périlleuses et presque hallucinantes au fil des pages . On vogue d'événements en événements au côté de Phaet qui doit encore se surpasser pour affronter le danger et sauver sa famille De la science-fiction Young adult de haute volée !!!Vivement la suite .

    7. Claire on said:

      Again, the second book of the Dove series is exciting, and reminiscent of several of the uber-popular dystopian series. Great read, but not a contender for MHL because it is YA - upper middle and high school!I ordered the 3 book in the series because I need to find out how the series ends!

    8. Mycoton32 on said:

      leslecturesdemylene/2016/20 - Une intrigue vraiment bien menée mais une héroïne agaçante.

    9. Rena Carman on said:

      In a sea of dystopian novels, it has become hard for one series to stand out. However, Karen Bao’s Dove Arising series has surpassed the expectations of a teen novel by taking things out of this world, the moon, and bringing it all back to Earth.Bao’s first book, “Dove Arising,” introduced a science-driven introvert, Phaet Theta, in a psuedo-democratic new colony on the moon. Phaet is a quiet girl, bordering on mute, who must find strength in not only her voice, but also herself. The gov [...]

    10. Erica Elwell on said:

      WOW! This book was even better than Dove Arising! While I liked the first book, I was able to put it down and not rush to finish itt this one!! I couldn't put it down and had a NEED to know what was going to happen next!Phaet's character is very well developed in this book. She is such a strong and well written young female character! Her actions felt believable and while she sometimes made bad decisions they were understandable. Her love for her family is amazing and I love that it is clear tha [...]

    11. Margaret Rose on said:

      4.5 StarsI won this in a giveaway, so thank you to everyone who made that possible.Dove Exiled is the sequel to Dove Arising and the second book in the Dove Chronicles. What I Liked Loved:While the first book was slow the first bit, Dove Exiled has action and excitement throughout the whole book. There is also more romance in this one, if you like that kind of thing. Done right, romance can enhance a story. Done wrong, and it will ruin it. I feel the romance was done right-with the perfect amoun [...]

    12. Susan on said:

      I won this book through . Very realistic and believable alternative world. Well developed and likeable characters. Very exciting. I got so engrossed I finished in one sitting.

    13. Apatheticeyes on said:

      I really enjoyed the first book in this trilogy. I can not wait to read this one!!! The summary for it sounds a little bit like Guardian (the sequel to Proxy) by Alex London, which I absolutely loved!

    14. Diane Schneider on said:

      Not the best of sequels, but not unusual for a second book. The reluctant heroine's desire to save her family was tepid; the rebels risk to join her in his quest was just stupid. Phaet should have grown a voice of some sort in this novel, but just felt whiny. Hoping for a better conclusion.

    15. Book_Worm576 on said:

      I don't know how I'm going to wait with such a cliff hanger ending!!!!

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