The Rule of Many (The Rule of One, #2)

The Rule of Many (The Rule of One, #2) Born to a death sentence in a near future America, rebellious sisters herald a revolution if they can survive Twins Ava and Mira Goodwin defy the Rule of One simply by existing The single child law, ruthlessly enforced by Texas s Governor Roth, has made the sisters famous fugitives and inspirations for the resurgent rebellion known as the Common.But the relentless governor and his implacable Texas State Guard threaten that fragile hope, as Roth consolidates his power in a bid for ultimate authority.As Ava and Mira relinquish the relative safety of their Canadian haven to stand against Roth, new allies arise Owen, a gifted young programmer, impulsively abandons his comfortable life in a moment of compassion, while Zee, an abused labor camp escapee, finds new purpose in resistance.The four will converge on Dallas for a reckoning with Roth, with nothing less than their destinies and the promise of a future free from oppression on the line.Disobedience means death But a life worth living demands rebellion. New Download [ The Rule of Many (The Rule of One, #2) ] by [ Ashley Saunders ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – couponpromocode.us

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10 thoughts on “The Rule of Many (The Rule of One, #2)

  1. says:

    The Rule of Many by Ashley Saunders and Leslie Saunders is the second book of the young adult science fiction dystopian The Rule of One series The story began in the first book of the series, The Rule of One, with this book picking up where it left off so it would be a series that needs to be read in order to be understood completely The first book of the series alternated the point of view between the two main characters and was set in the not so far off future of the US Due to the shortage The Rule of Many by Ashley Saunders and Leslie Saunders is the second book of the young adult science fiction dystopian The Rule of One series The story began in the first book of the series, The Rule of One, with this book picking up where it left off so it would be a series that needs to be read in order to be understood completely The first book of the series alternated the point of view between the two main characters and was set in the not so far off future of the US Due to the shortage of food and supplies in the United States the government began enforcing the Rule of One, that no family shall havethan one child to curb the population Everyone had followed that rule for decades...

  2. says:

    This is a follow up to last year s successful The Rule of One, co authored by sisters Ashley and Leslie Saunders, about a chilling future United States where environmental and overpopulation concerns have caused a repressive government to institute, among other policies, a strictly enforced one child per family rule Ava and Mira Goodwin should not exist They are identical twins whose mother died to keep their secret They have spawned an entire revolution, because they are not the only hidde This is a follow up to last year s successful The Rule of One, co authored by sisters Ashley and Leslie Saunders, about a chilling future United States where environmental and overpopulation concerns have caused a repressive government to institute, among other policies, a strictly enforced one child per family rule Ava and Mira Goodwin should not exist They are identical twins whose mother died to keep their secret They have spawned an entire revolution, because they are...

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    The full reviewcan be found at The Book BratzThank you so much Skysape NetGalley for the eGalley in exchange for an honest review The Rule of Many picks off right where book one ended, and from page one it doesn t stop Though I had my issues with the first book I was super excited to see where The Rule of Many was going to take readers considering the explosive end to The Rule of One I think my only complaint with The Rule of Many was the introduction of a lot of characters The full reviewcan be found at The Book BratzThank ...

  4. says:

    Last month, I read The Rule of One I found it to be an enjoyable book One of my rules for myself this year is to continue series if possible until I m all caught up I just happened to have an ARC of the next book in the series, The Rule of Many, on my Kindle from Netgalley This month, I decided to read it so I can stick to my rule I loved it eventhan The Rule of One.The Rule of Many was everything that I wanted in the sequel It was action packed There was never a time where I was bo Last month, I read The Rule of One I found it to be an enjoyable book One of my rules for myself this year is to continue series if possible until I m all caught up I just happened to ...

  5. says:

    The Rule of Many is the sequel to the Rule of One I did not read the first book I should have becausebackground information would have been useful Essentially, in a future United States each family is allowed only one child The lead characters are identical twins, two children, on a mission to change things They are not alone in their thinking In this story,points of view are added in addition to the twins, so you re getting the story from several angels which I liked The char The Rule of Many is the sequel to the Rule ...

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    I want to start by saying a 3 star rating, is a GOOD rating in my books Now onto my review I was so excited to get this book for review I really enjoyed the first book in the series A set of twins having to grow up to essentially be the exact same person Cool plot Of course we know that this persona of all is well won t last How could it The future waits for no one quote taken from the story As with the first book, throughout the story I knew the lulls in action wouldn t last, and I want to start by saying a 3 star rating, is a GOOD rating in my books Now onto my review I was so excited to get this book for review I really enjoyed the first book in the series A set of twins having to grow up to essentially be the exact same person Cool plot Of course we know that this persona of all is well won t last How could it The future waits for no one quote taken from the story As with the first book, throughout the story I knew the lulls in action wouldn t last, and anything that seemed good would eventually turn sour There were twists and turns, and lots of action Which is what we all want in a dystopian setting right I did pick up on a lot of the foreshadowing, yet there were still some twists I didn t guess Overall that didn t keep me from enjoying the plot arc I m also thrilled that the authors are not afraid to kill, maim, and harm their characters Which makes a storyrealistic in my eyes This feature bo...

  7. says:

    The Rule of Many is the second installment in The Rule of One series written by Ashley and Leslie Saunders When I reviewed the first book for my blog, I wrote that I truly enjoyed reading it So naturally, I requested the second book that picks up a few weeks after book 1 This novel doesn t disappoint It presents a great dystopian story.The advantage of a second book is that all the backstory has been established Thus, The Rule of Many starts off strong and mainta...

  8. says:

    This is the follow up to The Rule of One It progresses the story line, but I wasn t as intrigued as I was with the first one This one was a bit confusing for me, as there is a mess of new characters and I spent too much time going back in the story to try and remember who was who There wasn t enough back story on the new characters and I guess I just wantedI still liked the story and I would read it again for sure I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a This is the follow up to The Rule of One It progresses the story line, but I wasn t as intrigued as I was with the first one This one was a...

  9. says:

    The advantage of a second book is that all the backstory has been established Thus, The Rule of Many starts off strong and maintains a fast pace throughout Twopoints of view are introduced, which is effective I particularly enjoyed reading Owen s point of view He is funny and provides another much needed perspective on the situation I wish the authors had providedinformation on that part It would have been interesting to have the view of someone not entirely on board with the r The advantage of a second book is that all the backstory has been established Thus, The Rule of Many starts off strong and maintains a fast pace throughout Twopoints of view are introduced, which is effective I particularly enjoyed reading Owen s point of view He is funny and provides another much needed perspective on the situation I wish the au...

  10. says:

    It feels like a very long time since I read the Rule of One, the first in this series about an overpopulated America enforcing a One Child Rule, apparently having learned nothing from China s experiences with that policy Ava and Mira, unauthorized twins, spent eighteen years switching off and hiding so that no one would suspect there were two of them, before breaking out and fleeing to Canada At the start of this novel they re still there, trying to figure out their next mo...

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