It’s either break the rules or die.
Miki Jones lives her life by her own strict set of rules, to keep control, to keep the gray fog of grief at bay. Then she’s pulled into the Game, where she—and her team—will die unless she follows a new set of rules: those set by the mysterious Committee.
But rules don’t mean answers, and without answers, it’s hard to trust. People are dying. The rules are unraveling. And Miki knows she’s being watched, uncertain if it’s the Drau or someone—something—else. Forced to make impossible choices and battling to save those she loves, Miki begins to see the Committee in a glaring new light.
And then the Game crosses a new boundary, pushes harder into Miki’s and her friends’ lives, and there’s nothing in the rules that can save them now.
Push is the sequel Rush fans will be screaming for.
This book leaves literally exactly where book one Rush left off. Jackson is gone and Miki doesn’t know what to do. She’s frantic, and knows not where to begin in order to look for Jackson. I loved it when my heart did pitter patters when certain things happened. The romance in this story doesn’t make me roll my eyes. Jackson develops but still maintains his original manner which I like.
This book doesn’t have that middle novel syndrome that some sequels have. I don’t want to give too much of the book away and even though I gave this 5 out of 5 stars in rating and I still really enjoyed the story and it’s characters. Nothing was really…done. And what I mean by that, is we didn’t really get any answers, the plot didn’t honestly really truly progress. PLUS we have another cliffhanger at the end.
Sure new characters were brought in, new mysteries need to be solved but by the time you’re done with the book you end up sitting there going….uh…. what just happened? I’m a bit confused.
Overall I LOVE this trilogy and I look forward to the last and final installment and I will own them because I enjoy them that much.
Sexual Content: mild
Violence: moderate (battles and shooting of aliens, a character dying)