Synopsis from Macmillan Publishers:
All’s fair in love and anarchy in Supernova, the epic conclusion to New York Times bestselling author Marissa Meyer’s thrilling Renegades Trilogy
This volume sees Nova and Adrian struggling to keep their secret identities concealed while the battle rages on between their alter egos, their allies, and their greatest fears come to life. Secrets, lies, and betrayals are revealed as anarchy once again threatens to reclaim Gatlon City.
My Experience: I started reading Supernova on 3/5/2020 and finished it on 3/18/2020. I’m reading this book while in the hospital getting treatment for pneumonia. The cough is keeping me up so I might as well enjoy the actions and adventures of Nova and her villains. I’m liking this book a lot more. I like how quick the villains think. They speak so little and let silence stretches on but they all come to the same conclusion that time is running out and they need to act fast. I like their teamwork, how different they are but they work well together. Honey’s humor is always a plus even if it brings scowls out of Nova. I love the butterflies – Danna and how she knows who the spy is but couldn’t get her triumphant moment but still swarm over with her multiple numbers of butterflies. I like Adrian’s puzzle solving of Nightmare and his conclusion. I like Oscar’s grand guestures for professing his love no matter how hopeless it seems. He sure goes above and beyond. I enjoy Nova and the adrenaline rush surrounding her double life and fear of lies unraveling.
This book is told in the third person point of view following Nova. Nova has just completed her mission from book 2, but not everything goes according to plans and so she’s back at headquarters doing her spy job as a Renegade. No sooner then she received a threatening message at her home blackmailing for her identity to turning in Ace’s helmet. When Nova’s secret of being a spy revealed, she found herself going to prison where her uncle and top villains Ace’s has been. The alternating view is Adrian, who could draw anything into reality, is living a secret double life of his own. Adrian is the adopted son of the famous Renegades dads. His desperation to find Nightmare is ever increasing. At first he wanted to find her to learn about his mom’s death but now he wanted to find her to kill her because he believed she meant to kill his half brother Max. The adventures moved on to rescuing Ace at his execution.
Supernova is very well written and a fast paced read. I loved the attack on the Renegades with the bees and the rescue of Ace. Pretty cool scene. I like Queen Bee’s power over all of the stingers. They sure can do some damages. Phobia is scary, a definite character for the villains. I like his mystery. I love the battle with Ace the Anarchist. The love story is mostly innocent with few kisses the entire series so it’s readable for any readers middle grade and young adults. Overall, I enjoyed the series and recommend everyone to read Renegade series.
Pro: fast paced, humor, adrenaline rush, actions and adventures
I rate it 5 stars!
About the Author:
Marissa Meyer is the USA Today- and New York Times-bestselling author of The Lunar Chronicles: Cinder, Scarlet, Cress, Winter, and Fairest, a Lunar Chronicles Tale. She lives in Tacoma, Washington with her husband. (Photo and info obtained from Macmillan’s website).