Resistance

Kayla Howarth

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Resistance

Resistance It s what every Defective person wants freedom liberation from the Institute Allira had her chance Then why is she still working for them It has been three months since she first started working as a

  • Title: Resistance
  • Author: Kayla Howarth
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  • Page: 140
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  • It s what every Defective person wants freedom, liberation from the Institute Allira had her chance Then why is she still working for them It has been three months since she first started working as an agent for the Institute She s good at her job She has to be There s too much at stake After an arrest goes awry, she s faced with the possibility of escaping again,It s what every Defective person wants freedom, liberation from the Institute Allira had her chance Then why is she still working for them It has been three months since she first started working as an agent for the Institute She s good at her job She has to be There s too much at stake After an arrest goes awry, she s faced with the possibility of escaping again, and an offer too good to refuse Things are meant to be different at the Resistance, everything is meant to be better But when life is about survival, sacrifices must be made What will Allira sacrifice for her freedom Recommended for 15 years Occasional coarse language Adult themes.

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    1. Célia Dias on said:

      Absolutely amazingReview to come, I need to calm myself first :)UpdateSecond book in a fantastic series. Expectations were very high and I can say that did not disappoint, I think even that managed to overcome.In this volume we follow closely Allira, this time she is out of the Institute and looking for defectives. She also discovers new secrets and the plot walks all around them. I can't described many of them without be a major spoiler but I will try :)When Allira is working for the Institute, [...]

    2. Michelle Bryan on said:

      The second installment of The Institute, Resistance, was as good, if not better than the first! Kayla Howarth does a great job of continuing her story about the 'defectives", people who have special powers brought about by genetic mutations. In the dwindling population, these few are hunted and imprisoned by the government, forced to do their bidding or suffer the consequences. Allira, the main character, is fighting her own rebellion by pretending to work for the Institute but she is really wor [...]

    3. Kayla Howarth on said:

      I can't wait for everyone to continue Allira's story in this next instalment of The Institute Series!

    4. S.L. Stacy on said:

      I LOVED this second installment of Kayla Howarth's YA dystopian The Institute trilogy. I will try to keep this review spoiler free, but, if you haven't read The Institute yet, you should go read it immediately instead of this review.Resistance picks right up where the first book left off: Drew and Allira are now agents for the Institute and have been sent out on a mission to arrest a Defective named Licia. But, as we found out at the end of The Institute, there's a resistance brewing in the outb [...]

    5. John Hennessy on said:

      Resistance is the long awaited follow-up to The Institute. Oh - hang on, didn't I read The Institute just a few weeks ago?Luckily for us readers, this second installment was released recently, and the third installment is on its way.Can I start with a small caveat first?Having set everything up beautifully in The Institute, I expected Book Two to start with a bang. I have to admit to finding both books a little on the slow side at the start. But often the best part of your food is in the middle, [...]

    6. Michelle Lynn on said:

      Prepare for a rave review because that’s what’s about to happen. I absolutely loved Resistance by Kayla Howarth. It’s the second book in her The Institute trilogy and it’s one of those stories that just gets better and better the more you read. By the end of the book, I was turning pages (or tapping them on my nook) so fast that I was really mad when I got to the end because I was going to have to wait a little while for book three. You know those books that get your heart racing? The ki [...]

    7. Rhoda D'Ettore on said:

      Rhoda D'Ettore's Reviews -- I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.Although I do not usually read this genre, I was captivated by the first book in this series, The Institute. Kayla Howarth does an excellent job creating a world in which the population was decimated and some people acquired special powers through genetic mutation. Fearing the "Defectives", lawmakers enacted policies to protect society from these people. Resistance is book two in the series a [...]

    8. T.H. Hernandez on said:

      The Resistance is a solid follow-up to The Institute. We pick up Allira's story several months after the end of The Institute, where she is working with Drew to round up other "defectives" for the Institute. But as we learned at the end of The Institute, an underground Resistance is doing their own recruiting and they want Allira. The problem is, Shilah and Tate are still at the Institute and her allegiances are pulling her apart. She'd love nothing more than to bring down the Institute, but not [...]

    9. Patrick Hodges on said:

      In The Institute, Kayla Howarth introduced us to a world whose population has been devastated by disease and nuclear war. While humanity hunkers down within the borders of their countries, refusing to let anyone in, people with special abilities spring up from the fold, and the paranoid government rips these people away from their families and sends them to The Institute, a high-tech prison where "Defectives" are either imprisoned, brainwashed or coerced into serving the Institute's needs.Allira [...]

    10. Bethany on said:

      After reading The Institute, I was looking forward to reading Resistance and it did not disappoint. Allira is a strong, courageous girl that anyone can look up too. Joining the Resistance is a step forward to freeing the Defective population. Along her journey, she's met with old faces and new ones. While trying to keep her double ability hidden, she is met with many challenges with one of the council members of the Resistance, Cyrus. He knows there's something different about her and won't let [...]

    11. Malinda Gibson on said:

      WOW, WOW, WOW! What can I say?!! This book was fantastic! I loved the first book & this one just got better! I love how Kayla can write in a way that has you guessing where it's going then BAM it totally was not what you thought would happen but it's even better! Love the shock factor! I love all the characters, even the ones I hate! I'm loving this series & can't wait for the next one! A+++ all the way! You've got to read it if you haven't already, you'll be hooked!

    12. Kym on said:

      In this world, lies are a necessity for survival.I'm not gonna lie it is late people so be prepared for some possible ramblings. I just had to get this book finished. I am loving this trilogy and although this book was not quite as good as the first it was still fantastic and I just had to stay up late tonight to finish it. The last I dunno let's just go with 20% of this book was just crazy and absolute madness. My heart can't even begin to process the major loss of a certain character and that [...]

    13. Angela Lockwood on said:

      As I enjoyed the first book, The Institute, I was looking forwards to reading the follow up. I wasn’t disappointed and am now eagerly awaiting the 3rd book in the series. I was pleased to see Allira back. Maybe a bit older and wiser but still a girl that finds the world a bewildering place, especially when it comes to boys. She is such an entertaining character, and as this book is written again in the first person, we are party to all her thoughts and insecurities. When Allira decided that be [...]

    14. Melissa Craven on said:

      Resistance is an enjoyable follow up to The Institute that will not disappoint and I can't wait to finish the series with Defective!In current YA trends, dystopian is still popular, but if you're like me and dystopian just isn't your thing, this series is a must read! Full of amazing characters, unexpected twists and a remarkable female lead. The dystopian aspect of the series focuses on a world where "defective" people are captured and contained, but it's not an end-of-the-world, this-is-so-dep [...]

    15. ♛ Garima ♛ on said:

      After getting free copy from of 'The Institute' I purchased this one straight after reading it. And now awaiting the next one which I guess will be released by tomorrow - 1 Sep 2015.While reading 1st part in the Institute series, I couldn't figure out why I like it so much but here are my top 2 reasons for liking it.1. Gene mutation - new abilities. I like this idea and I guess at some point it has potential of happening (or already happened, who knows!), either because of evolution or we messe [...]

    16. L.J. Higgins on said:

      I could not put this book down! Resistance is the second book in Kayla Howarths, The Institute series, and after loving the first book (The Institute) I couldn’t wait to read this one. It didn’t disappoint. Resistance picks up right where The Institute finished, and I found myself easily drifting back into Allira’s world. Her relationship with Chad had me turning the pages, along with the uncertainty of whether or not to trust Drew. There were so many great relationships and new characters [...]

    17. T.D. on said:

      Full of new twists and turns, this sequel to The Institute is just as good as the original. Allira is back, along with favorite characters from the first book and new characters to love or despise (there's some of each). The character development and plot twists are entertaining. The whole story is completely realistic within the world Howarth has built. This book will leave you anxious to read the final book in the trilogy (Defective).

    18. Kimberly on said:

      Another fantastic installment of The Institute series. This is actually more like 4 1/2 stars. This book picks up pretty much right where the last one concluded, with Allira still in the field with her ex (if you can even call him that) Drew. Of course, not everything is quite as it seems least from Drew's perspective. Allira is working as a "double agent" for the Resistance, feeding them information about their assignment and engaging in late-night training rendezvous with Chad. When her brothe [...]

    19. Jennifer Williams on said:

      This is the second book in The Institute series. Howarth continues the story of Allira and her struggle to find her place outside of the Institute. Allira has ups and downs as she begins a new life with the Resistance, being reunited with loved ones she thought lost forever. There is also a good love story angle that portrays the realistic challenges of relationships. Allira grows in her own personal strength and continues to be an independent protagonist. The majority of the characters are well [...]

    20. Ashley Goss on said:

      I want to say that I am blown away by this book. It had me liking characters I hated, and hating characters that I loved from the first book.Of course, I am sad to see one of my favorite characters go but it felt like it needed to happen. Something HORRIBLE was bound to happen. I am sad nonetheless, however I am stoked to read the next 2 books and the spin off series. I think that Howarth had some great writing in this book. I loved the story line and the characters.I am glad to see the ending o [...]

    21. Zahra on said:

      That hurt. It wasn't heartwrenching, but I kinda felt that. Although, I'm secretly hoping Allira will forgive Drew and get back together with him first loves and all that crap. Or maybe I'm just not convinced with the alternative. Resistance makes me wonder what will become of Allira once the dust settles, will she be more powerful than she already is? Will Belle, Chad's mother be a future friend or an unyielding foe? What will happen to Drew? Will the defectives really, truly be free?

    22. Greyscotty on said:

      Not quite as good as Book 1 but still eminently readable. It was fun for me (as a Brit - not an Aussie) to see the use of words like "mum," "bloke," "roo" etc. used in the narrative. I also enjoyed the bittersweet cliffhanger at the end. I've already picked up Book 3 and will be getting to it as soon as I can. Too many books; not enough time!

    23. Lindsay Szul on said:

      I Not terrible, but I didn't like this nearly as much as the first book, and wtf was that ending? Not even going to read book three.

    24. Brigitte on said:

      Great bookLove the characters. Awesome suspense. A lot of action in this book and some sadness. Overall good storyline. Can't wait to read the final story.

    25. Alexandra Bogdanovic on said:

      This was a bit better than the first book, but still formulaic. Unfortunately, I'm hooked, so I will be reading the third book in the series

    26. Melissa on said:

      Intensejust intenseCons first: Homosexual relationshipFew swear wordsJust over action. Dystopia, suspense, and action all rolled into one. Think of Divergent series and X-Men coming together and this is what you get.

    27. CallMeSensei on said:

      The second book in The Institute trilogy, Resistance, picks up three months after the ending of The Institute. Allira has discovered the existence of the Resistance, a group of defectives and normals that have set up camp out in the middle of nowhere. Allira, her brother Shilah, and, unexpectedly, Drew are new to this community. They will be assessed by the Council and given new jobs to help the Resistance. Chad and Allira’s romance goes to the next level as Allira is getting acclimated to thi [...]

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