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Golden Son (Red Rising Series Book 2)

Golden Son (Red Rising Series Book 2) By {author, Unlimited Golden Son (Red Rising Series Book 2) - by Pierce Brown Unlimited Golden Son (Red Rising Series Book 2) - by Pierce Brown - Golden Son (Red Rising Series Book 2), Golden Son Red Rising Series Book NEW YORK TIMESBESTSELLER Red Risinghit the ground running and wasted no time becoming a sensation Golden Soncontinues the stunning saga of Darrow a rebel forged by tragedy battl

  • Publisher‏:‎ Del Rey (January 6, 2015)
  • Publication date‏:‎ January 6, 2015
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 3906 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 466 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

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Golden Son (Red Rising Series Book 2)

Unlimited Golden Son (Red Rising Series Book 2) - by Pierce Brown Unlimited Golden Son (Red Rising Series Book 2) - by Pierce Brown - Golden Son (Red Rising Series Book 2), Golden Son Red Rising Series Book NEW YORK TIMESBESTSELLER Red Risinghit the ground running and wasted no time becoming a sensation Golden Soncontinues the stunning saga of Darrow a rebel forged by tragedy battl Golden Son (Red Rising Series Book 2)

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  1. Golden Son by Pierce BrownI loved the first installment of the Red Rising trilogy as a faithful recreation of a 1940s cheesy pulp Space Opera The story was an exciting, fast paced Bildungsroman as Darrow, a Red youth, was transformed into a Gold superman In this future, society is stratified into color coded occupations with Gold at the top and Reds at the bottom Darrow is run through the survival of the fittest experience of the Institution where Gold youth murder, betray, enslave, and rape eac [...]


  2. This book was about just as good as the first book because it addressed flaws that were inherent in the first bookbut introduced new flaws that weren t inherent in the first book.This book had a creative plot I should say Book one was basically an adult version of the hunger games but this book featured banquets, duels, raids, space battles, and a romantic element that the first book lacked So this book was versatile and creative unlike book 1 this book didn t really have any boring moments in i [...]


  3. Overview Begins 1 2 years following the events in Red Rising Darrow continues trying to establish his presence in society and gain notoriety power But the Son s of Ares and Cassius s brood are stirring in the background how long can the pressure build before the pot explodes Continues the overarching themes and ideas from the first book Generally speaking, if you like the first one you should like this one The book has enough negatives that it should be 3stars but it reads sooo good that I cant [...]


  4. Having made it through the Institute and secured a patronage from one of the most powerful men on Mars, Darrow has continued his studies in warfare and leadership This goes further afield than his own planet and includes commanding fleets of ships in epic space battles He s fully embedded in the Gold ruling classes, while also working hard to break it apart from within.I ve read enough YA thrillers to know that sometimes they fall down flat when they try and move past the trials of book one into [...]


  5. I had a tough time when deciding how to rate this book because while there were so many great elements to it, I couldn t help but feel like I wasn t fully enjoying myself I mentioned in my review for Red Rising that Pierce Brown s continuous use of short sentences irritated me, and that was present here in the second book also I also found that he is unnecessarily dramatic and prone to repeating himself when revealing Darrow s inner thoughts to the reader Getting past that was difficult That bei [...]


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