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Uprising

Tribari Freedom Chronicles, Book 2
Narrated by: Megan Green
Length: 5 hrs and 8 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Summary

A daughter of Grand Contributors. The wife of a reformer. A woman caught between worlds.

Nikia Idan was raised in the glimmering spheres of society’s elite, but she traded it all for the love of a man who wants to change the Tribari empire. Her new reality is harsher than she ever imagined it could be. When her husband’s push for reform is met with brutal violence, her worlds will collide with a force that will either break her or the system that brought her to the point of breaking.

©2019 Rachel Ford (P)2019 Rachel Ford

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Uprising

Great storyline and intriguing descriptions of this world, it’s moons and the culture. It is not for the faint of heart due to the graphic content. I can’t wait to listen/read more of the series.

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  • Helen
  • Paignton
  • 08-06-19

great audio book

well written and great narrater
I bought this book by mistake but glad I did can't wait for book 3

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  • chieftwidgit
  • 06-06-19

Good development

This second story in the series jumps to the home planet and builds the background surrounding the uprising/riot in book one.

It involves a young couple who are married; but come from different economic backgrounds. She works to support them and he is an activist for change. When the government begins a total crackdown they run into trouble and he becomes injured.

After all the issues she becomes convinced that he was right and takes up leadership of the group striving for change.

The book was a little slow to develop the characters and most of them appeared rather stiff and unthinking. This was the weakest part of the story line.

The narrator was adequate but could use a slightly different character voice for the different people as many sound almost the same.

This book was provided free of charge with the expectation of an honest review.

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  • Geoff
  • 11-06-19

Reform or Revolution

I enjoyed the fight in this book, you can relate to the struggle that the main characters are dealing with and the divide that separates them and the other classes.

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  • NaMc
  • 20-06-19

This one got the story moving.

I was given this book for free in return for a review.

This is a really interesting look at things and got me much more interested in seeing how things would play out.

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  • Michael Parker
  • 05-06-19

Excellent!

The author weaves a great story of rebellion, deceit, and honor. The narration is well done, and adds nicely to the story. Definitely get book one and start there, it’s short but really lends to this book. I look forward to seeing where the story goes from here.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review.

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  • Angela
  • 09-06-19

Seems familiar

Not bad! But seems very familiar of a story line? A good dystopian uprising. The narrator is too "sweet" sounding to me, just does not fit the story, frustrations of the characters or the personalities to me. But all in all, not a bad storyline thus far. The most annoying thing though is the fact that there are three different story lines going and when you switch stories it all sounds like the same characters and tone, so takes me a few min to figure out where I am. Not a fan of that

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  • Robin Crabb Gonzales
  • 16-05-19

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I reaaalllyy wanted more of the story. It has a ton of potential and could be truly dazzling with additional world building and character development. I'd love to read more about the "spheres", her parents & a bit more about their friends. :-) 

I'm on the fence about the characters. I truly enjoy a great heroine but it makes me uncomfortable when a man seems to be ummm… a bit emasculated. Lol, now I'm a strong stubborn woman & wife. Soo, I want to give him a little leeway. :-) At 1st, I thought this was the husband's but at became hers in my mind at the end. Ohhh man do I wish some issues/questions had been answered & justice metted out. Maybe there will be a sequel. ;-) 

Frustratingly, the narrator made it near impossible for me to finish. She drove me to utter disreaction. If you can I highly recommend reading this instead of listening to it. 


My star ratings include these 5 elements:
1★ story line
.75★ engaging characters
.75★ use of world building/descriptions
0★ narration or editing
.75★ the ending

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