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The Gender Lie (The Gender Game, #3) by Bella Forrest



Review

Violet's journey continues as she tries to save both her brother, Tim, and the Patrus Warden, Viggo, who she has developed feelings for while trying to survive in The Green. Violet is faced with the tough decision of whether she should trust the leader of the Liberators, Desmond, and join them, or if she should continue her fight with the queen of Matrus on her own. This is a tough decision for Violet as Viggo is seriously injured and she has discovered the lost boys of Matrus that were supposed to be in the Mines.

Bella Forrest continues to do a great job evolving, introducing, and describing the characters and their backstories. For example, she has continued to provide us with more information on the Liberators and some of the individuals that make up the group. Bella Forrest continues to evolve Violet and Viggo's relationship; one that any reader can find relatable because they struggle with real-life issues.

Rating: 3 out of 5

Synopsis

"I'd want you to help me win a war..."


After discovering the shocking secret buried deep within The Green, Violet has a grave decision to make.
Trust the woman who saved her, or not?

So far, everything about the woman has taken Violet by surprise. Her behavior has been honest and upfront - a refreshing change for Violet. Besides, with one of her loved ones hanging on life support, and the other close to falling completely out of reach, Violet doesn't exactly have a lot of choice.  

Her only way forward is to embark on a dicey excursion. For this, she knows she needs the Liberators' help - and must be prepared to take whatever risks that comes with. 

But what neither she, nor any of her new Liberator comrades can prepare for, is just how deep the lies of their homelands run...

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