Review: The Resistance by T.H. Hernandez

Fighting back is twice as hard when battling on two fronts.

Synopsis:

After the Union is invaded by the Uprising, life for Evan and her friends becomes even more dire. If they have any hopes of saving the world they know, they’re going to need help. And it looks like there may be someone already out there trying to accomplish the same thing.

Now living in an encampment in the Ruins, life is hard for most Unis in the Resistance. For Cyrus and the other Ruins survivors, it’s just more of the same.

While they train for their ultimate mission, tragedy strikes, upending everything once again. Complicating their plans, someone in their midst is working against them. Evan, Cyrus, and the rest of the Resistance need to locate reinforcements to help them bring down the Uprising while rooting out the traitor. With trust at an all-time low, no one is above suspicion as danger walks among them.

T.H. Hernandez keeps Evan busy in The Resistance, the fifth book in “The Union” series. Hernandez has almost non-stop action throughout the book as Evan moves from one mission to another. There is drama in-between, but the pace moves right along as Evan and her friends are starting to get squeezed from all sides.

Hernandez provides an exciting ride, even for a new reader to the series. There is romance, but it is mainly off-page and what is on page is drama filled. Hernandez writes with a crisp and clean style that I like. Plus there was plenty of action to keep me enthralled.

Join The Resistance for a quick fun read.

I received an ARC of this book from Xpresso Book Tours
and I am writing a review without prejudice and voluntarily.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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Further Details:
Publisher: 978-0990868897, 2020
Series: The Union #5
Pages: 378; Sex: PG

Mx. Phoebe’s Note: You can read The Resistance as a stand-alone and enjoy it. I think though you would be better off reading from the first book. There are a lot of characters and back-story that I had no clue about and sometimes I felt like I started watching a television show in its third year and had to get caught up. At the end of the book, I did not feel caught up on the storylines, but definitely caught up in the story.

Promotional materials from Xpresso Book Tours.

Editor’s Note: previously published on PRW on 2 March 2020. Edited with updated content & PR standard formatting on 15 March 2020.

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