Republic's Chosen

Republic's Chosen Rori I.
  • Title: Republic's Chosen
  • Author: Rori I.
  • ISBN: 9781521885222
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Paperback
  • Republic's Chosen Rori I. Republic s Chosen The world had never seen utopias until the Latin Republic was established Equality respect humane treatment all of those drive the society s philosophy after the Great Disaster Yet humanity has not
    The world had never seen utopias until the Latin Republic was established Equality, respect, humane treatment all of those drive the society s philosophy after the Great Disaster Yet humanity has not learned to leave war behind When the Republic sends summons to Liana, she knows it s illegal Her immigrant status forbids her from fighting in the army, but the country The world had never seen utopias until the Latin Republic was established Equality, respect, humane treatment all of those drive the society s philosophy after the Great Disaster Yet humanity has not learned to leave war behind When the Republic sends summons to Liana, she knows it s illegal Her immigrant status forbids her from fighting in the army, but the country s leaders want control over her and they won t stop at anything to get it Under the pressure of a tough training regime, threatened by a complicated political plot she must quickly untangle, it is no surprise Liana s marriage begins to crumble Tossed in a training campus and immediately involved in its intrigue, Liana needs allies quickly, but all she wants to do is crush the system which holds her hostage With each passing day, it s becoming harder to reconcile the need to hide her real identity and the desire to protect her immigrant countryfolk from harm An old friend returns to her life just in time to give her the leverage she needs There is no chance she s ever coming back to her peaceful life in hiding A strong bisexual lead, a secret identity, Special Forces soldiers, true friendship, and a headstrong trauma survivor trying to accept her role in saving the world.
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    About Rori I.


    1. Rori I is unapologetically queer, unapologetically immigrant, and unapologetically Balkan Zer worlds are filled with Rainbow Characters which always get their turn in the spotlight, one book at a time.The debut novel Republic s Chosen is first in a long series, which aims to deconstruct believes about marriage and heteronormative dynamics, and provide both queer and immigrant people with the chance to see themselves represented in literature.


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    1. I got this book earlier on in exchange for an honest review, so here you go First off I LOVE THE CHARACTERS Liana is such a sassy strong character She has a big authority issues and mouths out to anybody in charge but she also makes friends with ease as well as helps out and inspires her fellow soldiers She s easy to relate to I also HATE running, Li Anybody who wronged her should watch over their shoulder for the rest of their life because she didn t let it go She s just plotting and waiting fo [...]

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    2. OH MY GOODNESS YES YES A million times YES Finally Okay, I calmed down a bit but I need to tell you that I absolutely LOVED this book It s exhilarating, annoying, gripping, powerful, funny, full of sarcasm and likeable characters If you liked The Tearling Trilogy by Erika Johansen or Lady Midnight from The Dark Artifices by Cassandra Clare, you re going to love this book as much as I do To begin with, I need to let you know that I had high expectations for this book demands even I needed the cha [...]

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    3. Imaginative Sci fi with a statement From the characters, to the story, to the message, I found this book to be both entertaining and progressive Dealing with ideas and people that are, in my opinion, underrepresented in the genre, this was a refreshing breath of fresh air It reminded me of Ursula Le Guin s The Left Hand of Darkness concerning gender labels And aside from the powerful and often subtle social commentary, the story itself was lively and fun It got started right away with the action [...]

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    4. Need to write a full review for this still, but really all you need to know is it s sci fi, and it contains strong women, survivors, and morals that don t come off as preaching Oh yeah, and almost everyone is queer.

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    5. I was super exited as i started reading this one Action started right away and it got me hooked instantly Liana was interesting character to follow even though she annoyed me at times But in the end she was awesome, strong female Even though i don t agree with her at times Marcus in the other hand was my kind of character and i really liked him The diversity in all the characters was fresh and it made me really happy and interested in their back stories At times it felt that there was no end in [...]

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    6. edit a day later I m a little ehhh about the author rating zir own book 5 stars when there are only 24 ratings being proud of your work is great, but ratings are not for authors, and when a book has so few ratings in the first place even one good rating from the author can be misleading I didn t originally give this a rating because I DNFed it, but for this reason I decided to rate the part I read honestly, which is around 2.5 stars DNF at 200 pages I might have just pushed through it if it was [...]

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    7. I just couldn t drop the book once I ve started it There are surprises and twists and incredible REAL characters I laughed and I cried and laughed again I thought I may have a heart attack at least three times and I want MORE I MUST KNOW what happens next I LOVE Liana the main protagonist and I LOVE Gareth Heights and Richard Nash I ADORE the feeling of freedom to read about LGBT characters who are NOT killed in the beginning, neither turned into the bad guys gals or ridiculed or just cut off th [...]

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    8. This is a truly surprising take on post apocalyptic fiction It had none of the desperation you usually find in the genre Most importantly, it was full of action I laughed with the funny characters and paused to think when the book posed important questions of right or wrong Overall, a great story

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    9. Full version of the review is available hereI received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review If I had to sum this book up in one word and one word only, that word would be shallow, and it applies in a multitude of ways The plot is shallow Liana s and Marcus s relationship is shallow The characters overall are shallow I get depth from a kiddie pool than I do from this book and it made me incredibly frustrated when I was attempting to read it What made me frustrated was what I was [...]

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    10. I can t say too many good things about this novel, but I can t say a lot of especially negative things either The fact of the matter is that it is exceptionally bland The prose is like a summary, with barely any imagery, emotional descriptions, setting, tone, ambiance More than occasionally, the narration is interspersed with exclamations from the third person narrator that are distinctly out of place and strange But basically anything that immerses you in a novel Don t look for it in this one [...]

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    11. I can t exactly put my finger on it, but there was something about the book that prevented it from holding my attention.

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    12. I does one express the feelings this book gave me This book failed to deliver the promises of the wonderfully queer military sci fi I was promised.1 This oppressive society has their soldiers pull a first day of summer camp give us your name and pronouns Seems like a lazy way to introduce diversity Not to mention for a large chunk the obvious LGBT characters either have very small roles the doctor who uses they them or non speaking ones like someone s romantic partner who s name o forgot because [...]

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    13. This first book is dedicated to the people who helped me get it this far Most importantly, it s for Didi, who read it s earliest, ugliest versions, and supported it regardless She s been an author in crime on this long road To her, I will be eternally grateful It s for Cris, who never failed to tell me the truth.And for my loved one, who never doubted me.

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    14. This is a book worth anybody s time It s one of those reads which start off with a kick, take you one direction, and then do a 180 degree turn in the way they handle the story And the themes such important topics to discuss All of it woven between action and cool relatable characters, it just keeps you going.

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    15. I was really excited to read this book I got a free ebook copy through the Sapphic Book Club, so it promised to be pretty gay, and the description sounded right up my alley The description I read also included something about Liana being former special forces and totally showing up everyone else in the army, which is a trope I love, but I can t for the life of me find the description I read Overall, Republic s Chosen was good, but disappointing.I liked Liana, to a point She was skilled way above [...]

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