Synopsis: You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone.
When Emma Donohue wakes to find her world turned upside down, she wants nothing more than to return to the life she knew. To a life filled with a loving family, close friends, and college classes. To a normal life that didn’t involve the supernatural, odd bracelets, or three strangers who refuse to leave her side.
Unsure of what truly happened during The Allegiant’s attack, Emma tries to reconcile her past with her growing feelings for James, Garrett, and Dane. They remain steadfast in her protection, awaiting the arrival of the only people who hold the answers.
When Madeline and Ash appear, the revelations they bring not only rock Emma’s world, but everyone she touches. Her mind is twisted, caught up in new abilities and new desires. Her old self forgotten, she has never been more scared. She has never been more confused.
She has never been more empowered.
You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone.
But, sometimes, the absence leaves space for something better.
Review: (I received this novel from the author for a honest review.)
Reborn is the third novel in Sara Mack's Guardian trilogy and let me say she did not disappoint. If you have not read the previous two books, I suggest you stop reading this review now. There could be spoilers regarding the beginning of Emma's story and I's hate to ruin it for you. You have been wanted
By know, if you have been following Emma's story you know all about her dilemma, choosing between Dane and James. I remember when I first started reading Allegiant, I was so mad at Dane, but from then until now I have warmed up to him,
Alright, so a the end of Allegiant the author let us with a huge cliffhanger. Just when I thought Emma was making progress and had finally figured out who she wanted BAM! everything changes. Reborn is a very fitting title for the final installment of Emma's story. In this book she is truly reborn. She must reform her connections with James, Dane and Garrett, all while rediscovering her feelings for each one.
Again, I must admit, my feelings toward James and Dane have been on a wild roller coaster ride. I may have been more emotionally exhausted then Emma. Holy cow! One minute I love James and despise Dane The next moment all that has swapped.
Reborn was the perfect ending to a great trilogy. Sara successfully ties together all the pieces and left the story neatly packaged. If you have read Guardian and Allegiant you must read Reborn and finish the story. If you have yet to start this series, what are you waiting for?