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.
©2014 Eve Silver (P)2014 HarperCollins Publishers
I love this story! so glad there is another book! The authors use of metaphors is one of my favorite things about the book.
I love detail description, I can imagine being there. The narrators voice pulls me in every time I listen and I don't want to stop. I'm on to the next book.
I loved the action, the characters, the Miki/Jackson relationship, Carly is much more likable, Luka's social life, the mystery and the game. The ending made me go " WOOOOOOW" with out trying. I just wish I could be like Jackson in my everyday life. I need book 3 now please!!!!
While I enjoyed this book, there were some parts where I had to "push pass the pain". The constant questions Miki asks. I get that she is still adjusting and there are lots of questions that need to be asked but her questions are repetitive. She asks a lot of the same questions that were asked and answered earlier. Miki seems like she is just not catching on. People will answer her question, she understands it and then a chapter later she is asking the same question and is surprised by the answer. Another annoying thing i noticed is that while she is able to figure things out in one instance, she is very slow to figure out the most obvious in your face situations. I get the constant questions in Rush, but in here they made her seem like she wasn't paying attention.
But anyway, if you can push pass that, you will really enjoy this book.
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