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Opposition ~ Jennifer L. Armentrout

February 20, 2019

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Genre: Young Adult/Science Fiction

Publisher: Entangled: Teen

ISBN: 9781633756946

300 pages

Source: Amazon

Well, this one came in hot and heavy.

I’m going to do my usual series disclaimer, now, and beg you to stop reading this review if you haven’t read up to the fourth book.

Bye-bye, babes.

I’ll wait.

Ok, we’re about to get into this (seriously, you’ve been warned).

At the end of Origin, all hell broke loose. In an attempt to outsmart the Department of Defense, the known Luxen and some of the Origins (oh, yeah, and the Hybrids) had combined forces to stage this Vegas Strip worthy distraction to bust a road block out of the city.

It didn’t really go as planned (does anything ever in this series?).

So, now, the rest of the Luxen have arrived on Earth and they are not happy.

Nor are they like our sweet, sexy bands of triplets everyone has come to know and love over the course of the series.

Most of the newer, invading Luxen are these empathy-less glowworms, hell bent on doing the usual alien things: body snatching, pod people, and the like.

As is the apparent requirement for sci-fi adventure books, the central crew tasked with saving the world is made up of members of all competing parties. So, we’ve got humans, hybrids, D.O.D. members, Luxen, Origins, and a few Arum, banding together against every respective party, praying the world doesn’t go to crap.

The ending, well, I’ll let you find that out for yourself. Let me just say that I have been eyeball deep in aliens and this sorry for weeks with all of the twists and turns and even I didn’t see the end coming. I basically finished and wanted to go sprinting back to the beginning.

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