Category Archives: The Rogues

The Revisionary by Kristen Hogrefe

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The Revisionary by Kristen Hogrefe

The Revisionary by Kristen HogrefeThe Revisionary by Kristen Hogrefe

Release Date: June 6, 2017

Publisher: White Integrity Press

ISBN: 9781944120290

Genre: Young Adult / Dystopian

Series: The Rogues, Book One

Be sure to check out my review for the sequel, The Revolutionary.

About the Book:

A Revisionary rewrites the rules. A Rogue breaks them. Which one is she?

Nineteen-year-old Portia Abernathy accepts her Revisionary draft to the Crystal Globe with one goal: earn a Dome seat so she can amend the satellite rules and rescue her brother. Her plan derails when Head Gage Eliab brands her as a suspect in a campus Rogue attack, and in a quest to clear her name, she questions if the vigilante Brotherhood responsible might be fighting for a cause greater than itself, a cause championed by the last civilization. But the current leaders have obscured history’s pages, and if she dares to engage the past through her training technology, they might wipe her own memory as well. Read the rest of this entry

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The Revolutionary by Kristen Hogrefe

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The Revolutionary by Kristen Hogrefe

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About the Book

The Revolutionary by Kristen Hogrefe

Title: The Revolutionary: Liberate the Captives

Author: Kristen Hogrefe

Genre: Young Adult, Action, Adventure

Release Date: March, 2018

Freedom costs more than Portia wants to pay, but revolutions run on sacrifice … and blood.

Three months a satellite prisoner, Portia wonders if the Brotherhood has left her to die—until she plunges into the domain of an underground smuggler contacted by her brother. But her rescue comes with a price tag only she can pay, and now, she must forfeit her identity to act as a spy back in the dizzying politics of Crystal. There, she learns that her enemies want the Dome to approve mass satellite executions. No one knows why. Worse, they’re using her friend Luther, now a Court Citizen intern, to sign the short-term orders. She desperately wants to confide in Luther, but can she still trust him with the company he keeps? Read the rest of this entry