Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Rite of Revelation by Sarah Negovetich Review

The Cardinal plans to execute seventeen-year-old Rebecca Collins, just as soon as he gets what he needs to solidify his rule over the United Territories. Faced with certain death, Rebecca discovers not everyone is under the Cardinal's control. A new alliance helps Rebecca and her friends escape the PIT, giving Rebecca a chance to live the life her Rejection took away. 

But the Cardinal needs her in order to stay in power, and he doesn't care who has to die to bring her back to justice. 

Her last fight was a push to survive. This time, Rebecca has a life that might be worth dying for.

Published December 4th 2015

The Second installment to the Acceptance Series
Be sure to read the First installment, Rite of Rejection


I have been waiting for this book.....and it was well worth the wait.

I fell in love with these characters from the very beginning, their struggles to survive, their drive to go against the odds....makes for a very exciting read.

Escaping execution, with the help of Eric (who would have thought??) Rebecca and the others are on the run to find safety.  They discover there is so much more out in the world, outside of the Cardinal's power, but will they ever be safe?

Did I say I loved this book?  The dystopian genre is my favorite...I'm sorry, it just is.

This story begins with adrenaline that never gives.  It's also filled with emotion on so many levels.  I had my heart broken with sadness, Totally frustrated with betrayal, and disgusted with loss, that I was on an emotional roller coaster.  It has twists and turns all throughout the fast paced storyline, I just never wanted it to end....but it did....with a cliff hanger ...HUGE cliff that only means...YEAH!!  Another book to come and I can not wait!!

About the Author

Sarah Negovetich knows you don't know how to pronounce her name and she's okay with that.

Her first love is Young Adult novels, because at seventeen the world is your oyster. Only oysters are slimy and more than a little salty; it's accurate if not exactly motivational. We should come up with a better cliché.

Sarah divides her time between writing YA books that her husband won’t read and working with amazing authors as an agent at Corvisiero Literary Agency. Her life’s goal is to be only a mildly embarrassing mom when her kids hit their teens.

You can learn more about Sarah and her books at

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