#BlogTour for The Insurgent (The Colony #2)! #newrelease #YA #dystopian #NetGalley

The Insurgent is going on tour! Through R&R Book Tours The Insurgent will be journeying through the blogosphere June 6th-10th. If you’d like to sign up to host one of those days (review or spotlight) go HERE. Since this is a sequel, Subject A36 (The Colony #1) will also be available if you haven’t read it.

As a reminder, if you’re a book reviewer on NetGalley The Insurgent is available until May 31st!

If a megalomaniac threatened your family, would you give up your freedom for them? Would you give up your soul?

Asher Solomon is faced with that choice. And makes the ultimate sacrifice.

Exactly as Director Silas Reeves expected him to.

Unable to live as the Colony’s premier assassin, Ash retreats to a corner of his mind, ceding control of his body to the alter-ego he was engineered to be—Subject A36. As he’s unleashed to battle the Insurgents, the only family he ever knew, the tide of war shifts in Silas’s favor.

Combined with his expansion into new territories, the director is poised to take over the world.

But the Insurgents don’t give up easily. Not on their cause, and not on their people. With the help of a few double agents deep in the Colony, they stand a fighting chance at ending Silas’s reign.

In order to shut down the program, they face almost insurmountable odds. And their most dangerous foe—their former champion turned killing machine, A36. 

27 thoughts on “#BlogTour for The Insurgent (The Colony #2)! #newrelease #YA #dystopian #NetGalley

    1. Logically I know/hope people are going to read it, but then I’m nervous when I know they’re actually reading it, Priscilla, lol. Hope you enjoy this final journey with these characters!


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