Review: Reboot by Amy Tintera. This book was amazing. Been wanting it for a while, even though when I first saw it I didn’t think it would be a. Reboot by Amy Tintera. Sixteen year old Wren Connolly was killed five years ago after being shot three times in the chest. minutes after. I’m the NYT Bestselling author of the REBOOT duology and the RUINED trilogy. My next book, ALL THESE MONSTERS, will be published in , with the.
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In one scene she even talks about how she overcame her fear of gun by being repeatedly shot in the chest by her trainer. I also thought the author timed yintera ending perfectly with just the right amount of closure and set-up for the second installment. I thought the idea of Reboots sounded like it could be really interesting. I rwboot it so much that Wren started to find out what was wrong with the system and with her and Callum. The relationship between her and Callum is so amazing.
Reboots also do not get sick and continue to age like normal humans. Oh yesssssssss, I can’t wait to read this!! It’s just so flatso naive. I fully expected to love her character; from the description, she was supposed to be kick-ass, rational, unemotional, never letting her feelings because reboots don’t have much get in the way. A human would lie on the ground sobbing.
As the book starts, we are immersed into an action scene right away, feboot not much is explain until well into the book. These characteristics resulted in Reboots being abandoned by their families who considered them monsters.
The tragedy surrounding Ever, Wren’s only friend and her roommate, causes Wren to experience a sense of loss and profound grief, showing her to be vulnerable and human. With his humor and his kidness he will keep Wren’s interest! Oh and yeah she’s been trained to live up to tinterw number.
No puedo esperar a la segunda parte: How can they even accept that their child is taken away from them? Well okay, I did have a slight issue which I shall mention further in my review.
When Callum refuses to follow an order, Wren is given one last chance to get him in line – or she’ll have to eliminate him. What kind of feboot is it? It will be okay if it was just a little though. There was also the fact that, when Reboots come back from the dead, for some reason they’re more attractive than they were before.
Its so rare in the books we read that the female doesn’t become a strong character, that she already is one and the guy is leaning on her for support. She is numbermeaning she spent that long being dead before she became a Reboot.
Callum stood at the top of the stairs and waited, holding the door open for me. While by no means perfect, Reboot is an absolute delight.
She was shot in the chest 3 times at the age of twelve. And yeah you guessed it Rebokt is a reboot. The cover is so simple yet so good. View all 9 comments.
She was dead for minutes and was brought back by the HARC, a service that brings back teens when they can to train deboot and to accomplish given missions. So, this guy is introduced rehoot us as the lowest Reboot, having woken up in only twenty-two minutes. But I find that very hard to believe when the girl keeps on blushing every time the love interest, a twenty-two joe with no redeeming qualities whatsoever who she describes as still very human, touches her and gazes at her.
And sure, if Callum had said something like, “Aww Wren, there’s nothing wrong with your scars and I think you’re beautiful,” tintwra would have been an improvement. Rebooting occurs after every organ in the body shuts down, and the longer the “rest”, the better the Reboot.
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It felt like he was forcefully put there because you know, someone needs to tame the terminator of fintera group, right? Born Bookish February 22, at 3: Callum totally earned himself a top spot on my Book Boyfriend shelf with his personality, his chivalry and his sweetness. I decided to read this since I loved the Ruined series, and this one did not disappoint! He was sweet, human and loving.