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Radio After the traumatic events at the dreaded prison Red Bay Ronja is hanging by a thread Whispers trail her through the Belly carrying rumors of her borderline supernatural voice Plagued by nightmares

  • Title: Radio
  • Author: Sophia Elaine Hanson
  • ISBN: 9780692854198
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Paperback
  • After the traumatic events at the dreaded prison Red Bay, Ronja is hanging by a thread Whispers trail her through the Belly, carrying rumors of her borderline supernatural voice Plagued by nightmares and haunted by the memories of those she could not save, she clings to the promise that her gift will soon become the weapon of the Anthem.When doubt and arrogance cloud theAfter the traumatic events at the dreaded prison Red Bay, Ronja is hanging by a thread Whispers trail her through the Belly, carrying rumors of her borderline supernatural voice Plagued by nightmares and haunted by the memories of those she could not save, she clings to the promise that her gift will soon become the weapon of the Anthem.When doubt and arrogance cloud the eyes of their once trusted commander, Ronja and her friends are forced to take matters into their own hands Armed with little than an idea, they strike out on their own to silence The Music and The Conductor once and for all But time is running out, and a new threat is stirring within the walls of the city

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    1. Sophia Hanson on said:

      With release day (4/5) drawing nearer, I thought I would share my thoughts on Radio, my third book baby. It is perhaps the most difficult project I have ever worked on. I was blown away by the overwhelmingly positive reaction to Vinyl, and am grateful every day for my incredible readers. That being said, when you HAVE readers, people who care about your characters as much as you do, it adds a whole new level of pressure! I hope I have done them justice. I hope you enjoy the next chapter in the s [...]

    2. Carla on said:

      Sophia, you did it again! Radio.This book was the sequel to Vinyl I was hoping for. I got sucked into this world again and it made me want to re-read the first book instantly. Do you know this, when you’re reading a book and you’re just flying through it cause everything just makes sense and you don’t question things?This whole concept with the music is a very unique one, I think I said that before. I haven’t read anything similar to this. It’s making me appreciate the fact that I’m [...]

    3. Jay G on said:

      Want to see more bookish things from me? Check out my Youtube channel: youtube/channel/UCferWant to see my thoughts on the first book, VINYL? REVIEW HERE: youtube/watch?v=FsHbAThis is the sequel to Vinyl, so I don't want to give a synopsis and give anything away but I will say that SOPHIA HAS DONE IT AGAIN - BREAKING MY HEART ALL OVER AGAIN. If you guys have been following me for any amount of time this past year, you know I am IN LOVE with Vinyl, it being one of my favourite books of 2016. Havi [...]

    4. h a i l e e (thesebooklions) on said:

      Sophia and I are friends, but as I write my review for Radio I am not writing as a friend, I am writing as a reader.Second books of a trilogy are always a fearsome experience for me. Too many times authors use their second book as a filler in between what could be a duology.This was not the case for Radio. It is no secret that I became absolutely infatuated with Vinyl, the first book in the series. This world is a distinct sort of steampunk dystopian-magical realism mix filled with a diverse gro [...]

    5. ✧ k a t i e ✧ on said:

      "Fear, pain, guiltey don't make you weak Ronja. They make you human." Once again Sophia has destroyed my heart and soul. This book was everything I wanted it to be. The writing was so beautiful. The new characters were amazing. This book was just absolutely phenomenal. I knew I was going to love it just by the cover (which, not going to lie, I could stare at for hours, that's how much I love the cover). Sophia did not disappoint in the sequel to Vinyl.Sophia has a knack for crafting sentences in [...]

    6. Grace Messimer on said:

      Note: I received an ARC from Sophia in exchange for an honest view. All thoughts and opinions are my own.Anybody who knows me knows that I love Vinyl. I love the characters, the plot, the worldbuilding. And I’ll admit I was a bit nervous for Radio - the second book of a trilogy really makes or breaks the series.But let me say that Radio didn’t disappoint. I found it just as good, if not better, than the first book, and anyone who liked Vinyl will love this.The characters of Radio are just as [...]

    7. Kaylin Beach on said:

      I have no idea where to even begin with this review! I read Vinyl last year and was blown away! I could not figure out how someone came up with the idea of using music as a weapon. It is such a unique idea! I could not wait for Radio to be released and now the day is almost here! 3 MORE DAYS! April 5th is the day you all will be reunited with your anthemites! "The idea of music being able to travel without the aid of singers was insane enough, but a voice that could counteract it she was not ent [...]

    8. Carlos on said:

      *I received a copy of this book in exchange for a review. That doesn't affect in any way my thoughts on the book. I'll always give my honest opinion, like it or not***The review itself may contain minor spoilers**I'm writing this review with the pieces of my broken heart. I don't know why Sophia isn't more popular because her books, both Vinyl and Radio, deserve to be read by everyone. In comparison with Vinyl, Radio was slower, but that is what made this book so darn awesome. The way Sophia wri [...]

    9. Jo Painter on said:

      Well, where do I even start with this? It was phenomenal. A fantastic sequel to Radio! I sped through this in about two days and once I had put it down I honestly thought to myself, "Sophia needs to teach me her writing magic!" *WARNING this review contains some spoilers*Let's begin with the pacing of the book. It was blissful to read and I found myself flicking through the pages with no trouble at all. It slowed down in all the right paces and picked up when it needed to, ending with a great bu [...]

    10. Emma on said:

      Again, Sophia sucked me in. I am not surprised how easy it was to fall back into Revinia after so long, and I am so excited to finish this world with Siren next year. The writing is fast paced yet elegant and new characters were immediately like old friends (or enemies). A must read. Siren cannot come soon enough!

    11. Britney Wolfe on said:

      Yay! I have been waiting for this for months now, and I was not disappointed. I plan on writing a more detailed review soon. Two thumbs up from me :)

    12. Jessie Smith on said:

      I have never bought a book so fast. I feel as though the story is a bit, plain but I absolutely love it still. The characters are well developed and the literary devices used make the story even more amazing and interesting. All I can say is keep up the amazing work! Can't wait to read the next book.

    13. Elle Higgins on said:

      Now that I've had a chance to actually process this book let's talk about Radio.I was eager to read this book after finishing the first one of the trilogy, and it did not disappoint. Questions from the first book were answered, and new ones left in it's wake. New characters that were introduced fit right in among the old, and I never felt like I was being forced to accept the new characters or like them more (or less) than the original gang.This series makes me nostalgic for The Host by Stephan [...]

    14. Sofia on said:

      I've been waiting for this book for all my entire life, if this is possible. Since I started reading with a conscience I always loved sci-fi saga. Radio and the Vinyl trilogy are what I was hoping to read one day. I was enchanted by Vinyl and Revinia's world and I couldn't have imaged what was waiting for me in this stunning sequel. Plot twists, fights, love, betrayals, music (not just what you can think about!), all written with such grace and talent that brought my mind in an almost real and t [...]

    15. Racheal Kisner on said:

      I had been anxiously awaiting for this sequel for quite some time and I was not disappointed, nor did I expect to be. I fell back in love with the characters I cheered for in Vinyl and this book exceeded my expectations. Sophia's parlance is truly a work of art; I have a habit of falling asleep while reading but the vivid imagery and diction kept me turning the page. Thank you for another astounding novel.

    16. Lissa rabidreadings on said:

      Returning to Revinia and these diverse characters was long over due. The makeshift family of rebels and misfits is really what drives this series; Sophia writes characters superbly, they are so real I can clearly imagine each and every one of them in my head. I honestly think if there is any lasting harm done to my favourite Anthemites by the end of this trilogy I will toss the books over a bridge to symbolically drown my feelings (and the quickly buy new copies to replace them in my library). R [...]

    17. McKayla Debonis on said:

      Sophia continues to shock me! I am absolutely in love with this series and I don't know how I'll survive until Siren is released next year! Ugh! This series would be amazing to see on screen too. I simply am craving more. I highly recommend reading the whole series! Packed with so many twists, the read always keeps me on my feet.

    18. Ryley (Ryley Reads) on said:

      Thanks so much to the author for providing me with a copy of her book for an honest review. As always, all opinions are my own.I got the opportunity to read the first book in this series, Vinyl, around this time last year and I really enjoyed. This series is dystopian, but I found it was different from other dystopias I have read. The genre is so bogged down but I think Hanson is able to make this series stand apart.I will just quickly say, while this review will be spoiler-free-ish for book two [...]

    19. Morrisa on said:

      I’m excited to talk about this because the first one ended up becoming one of my favorite books/series. It’s a dark, dystopian/steampunk type novel where the characters are being mind controlled by music through implants in their ears. There’s a society of rebels who have managed to take these implants out and live in hiding who are working to rid their society of their corrupt leader. The first book followed Ronja, who was taken in by the rebels – the Anthem – and went through a whirl [...]

    20. Melleny on said:

      If you would like to see all my thoughts on this book, be sure to check out the review on my blog:abooktropolis01But here is a snippet and overview of what I thought:Overall, another perfect book from Sophia. A book that captures you and keeps you reading until there isn't anything left. A book that is perfection in so many ways. This book has writing that draws you into the world of the rebellion, a plot that keeps you wanting more and a cast of characters that feel like family. Sophia never ce [...]

    21. Riley on said:

      Wow this book was truly amazing! Radio has been such a great read and I would recommend it to anyone searching for their next read. This book is very hard to put down. Sophia's writing is truly great. I'm very excited for Siren to come out.

    22. Samantha on said:

      I decided to wait a little while to review this one. Compared to the first, this book disappointed me a bit. I did fly through it. I do love the characters. The romance is enjoyable, at times cheesy, but enjoyable. And it does give me my Dystopian fix. (3.5 stars)spoilers! Okay. Is everyone going to come back to life? I was refreshed by the fact that characters were never promised, but now I am questioning that. Ronja comes back ok understandable (main character and all) but Henry? When Vinyl en [...]

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