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The Gender Fall (The Gender Game, #5) by Bella Forrest


Review

The story continues to follow Violet and Viggo as they fight for equality within Matrus and Patrus. Violet has been injured by Princess Tabitha and now Viggo is in charge all by himself. He struggles to continue the fight and protect Violet. He must also decide if he can trust the Liberators and if they can help him, Violet, and the rest in the fight. Desmond has been pretty quiet for a while and she reappears in this book along with the boys.

The books continues to provide love, tragedy, hope, and action. Bella continues to do a great job in describing the scenes that are unfolding in front of you, however, there are times where the story does seem to drag on.

The story continues to be one that is easy to follow. The characters that Bella introduces all serve a purpose and add to the story.

The end of the book provides a really good twist that is unexpected. It adds a new element to Violet's story.


Rating: 4 out of 5

Synopsis

Continue Violet and Viggo's heart-racing journey in the epic fifth book of The Gender Game series.

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