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10 thoughts on “Raksha By Frankie Rose

  1. says:

    I wish I could've written a review of this when it was fresh on my mind It was a fantastic dystopian read and I wish I could remember all of the detailsThe story starts out with a female warrior Kit fighting and eventuall

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    First I have to say that Frankie Rose is an incredible writer Lord knows when I am reading anything from her I close my world off and it is jus

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    WOAH GUYS This book had me doing my happy dance I literally thought my heart stopped This was one of those books that will have you on the edge

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    5 Stunning StarsI say wow I never thought I'd be completely mesmerized with this book but I was From start to end Brilliantly written

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    I was basically promised by the universe that I would love this book Congrats universe you were right AGAIN Raksha started off pretty emotional

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    I have had the good fortune to read an advance copy of this amazing distopian novel and can't wait for others to read it Rose writes in tight electric prose that never gets in the way of her story The powerful character of Kit is both cut off from her humanity but deeply human than most Rose reveals an assured hand as a storyteller as Kit makes a heroine's journey that will be as beloved as the Hunger Games Don't miss this one

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    this book was pretty much amazing I loved it There was never a dull moment and once I was actually able to sit down and read it I couldnt put it down Im SO FREAKING GLAD THAT I STUMBLED UPON THIS and I'm really excited to get into the seuel and see what happens to Kit and my newest book boyfriend Ryka I HEART THEM SO MUCH

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    I'm not a fan of dystopian books but Halo was a pleasant surpriseFrom the very first page story pulled me in with its grim introduction and begins at a very pivotal heart wrenching moment The world or the Sanctuary is a very lonely very detached place most inhabitants wear a Halo around their neck a uniue device that suppresses the experience of emotion in its wearer even eliminating pain altogether Falin Kit

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    This book was wayyyy out of my comfort zone Dystopia novels is something I try to avoid like the plague To this date I have only read a handful and those were part of Bookshelf Bingo last year sometime but this bookwow It may not have been what I thought I wanted but boy oh boy it was what I needed to re ignite my passion for reading Icouldnotputitdown From the first page I was interested invested engrossed Stuck like glue to my

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    Originally posted at GingerRead Imagine a world were your entire life is spent with a collar around your neck injecting you with small amounts of drugs every time you feel emotions of any kind Keeping you in a constant state of comfortably numb keeping you in a constant state of comfortably controlled You have no name you have a family that only cares about what you can do for them your life is spent fighting for your life lite

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Raksha By Frankie Rose

She has no name She has her knives; her training; her halo The first and second give her the tools and the skill to defeat the opponents she is pitted against each month The third frees her from pain and fear From any kind of emotion at all Everything is as it should be Everything is as it should be until FearPainAngerHappinessDesireGuiltLoveWhen a newly named Kit escapes the Sanctuary after killing her best friend the last thing she needs is another knife in her ha I wish I could ve written a review of this when it was fresh on my mind It was a fantastic dystopian read and I wish I could remember all of the detailsThe story starts out with a female warrior Kit fighting and eventually killing her best friend in the ring Picture a Roman Colosseum with Gladiators but in the future type setting The warriors all wore collars around their necks to regulate their emotions Right before killing her best friend Kits collar is broken and she experiences a rush of strange emotions She goes on to hide this fact from everyone around her and things get incredibly crazy Not to mention while all of this is happening our characters are living in the midst of an insanely psychotic and corrupt government BTW I love reading about insane governments it s kind of my thing Just know Kit After seventeen years I m finally awake And I m going to find a way to wake you up too After the Kit losing her collar halo fiasco she escapes the city and makes a run for it Outside the city she meets Ryka Things get even interesting after she follows him back to meet a large isolated community of people living in the woods Halo really impressed me and it was exactly the type of dystopia I was looking for It was exciting mysterious and had a great cast of characters I definitely want to read of this series

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Eets Freed from the oppression of a society who stole her right to feel the true horror of her old life leaves Kit wondering if she really has been freed at all Would she be better off without the crippling horror of all the blood on her hands or is the love of one boy worth living through all the painRaksha is the call of the dead It is the rumbling chant for fresh blood from the other side the demand for sacrifice The colosseum is behind Kit The fighting pits awai I m not a fan of dystopian books but Halo was a pleasant surpriseFrom the very first page story pulled me in with its grim introduction and begins at a very pivotal heart wrenching moment The world or the Sanctuary is a very lonely very detached place most inhabitants wear a Halo around their neck a uniue device that suppresses the experience of emotion in its wearer even eliminating pain altogether Falin Kitsch is a renowned fighter having never lost a match against her opponents After all losing euated to death by the victor s hands But in a turn of events the next match she ll face will be against her long time training partner and somewhat friend since childhood It s win or die As the story plays out Kit unintentionally escapes from her Halo and struggles to adjust to the onslaught of strange feelings that are out of her control The book is her journey from being a leashed fighter with no understanding of emotion to a girl that discovers a world of colour anger pain compassion jealousy sadness love regret beyond her comprehensionIf it sounds slightly cliche it s because it is and that s why the dystopian genre doesn t appeal very much to me every dystopian book must adhere to two distinct features where it takes on oppression as a fundamental theme and portrays society as the primary antagonist working against the interests of the people With these two key reuirements there is little room left for originality How many non mainstream dystopian plotlines have emerged in the last couple of years Yeah I can t think of any either Although one could argue that it takes an extraordinary author to conjure up a fresh ideaI did like this book hence the four star rating It was written nicely and speckled with carefully inserted poignant scenes that I loved for making me feel so much and hated for making feel that way Oh the irony There were also some very sweet moments where Kit experienced something for the first time and it was so wholesome watching her process her emotions One problem however is that even after reading the whole book I m not entirely sure of the stories context why does the Sanctuary reuire the use of Halos or even regular matches between Falin The two aspects are especially central to the story but justification the whys eluded me Kit was a kick ass self sufficient character who could annilihilate Freetown s most elite combatants Which is why I wanted action in the book and to watch her slay her enemies down the way I knew she could Unfortunately Halo is than anything a story of self discovery rather than an action story It s not a bad thing I just would have enjoyed it the other wayAnd Caius I wanted of him I can t help but feel that he would have been a powerful addition to the book If only there had been a little focus on his partsI came into the book unknowing of what I should expect seeing as my recent track record of books hasn t been the best I m glad that I liked it that it didn t disappoint me and that it had me fixated on the story despite being a dystopian novel

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Nd Or Ryka the damaged beautiful blonde boy who she refuses to let save her Still learning how to process the onslaught of her new feelings the sights and sounds of Freetown are overwhelming and strange There are a hundred differences between her old home and her new one but one thing remains starkly similar the matches Yet where the blood in the Sanctuary landed only on the colosseum floor Kit will uickly learn that a river of red runs through Freetown’s very str I was basically promised by the universe that I would love this book Congrats universe you were right AGAIN Raksha started off pretty emotionally intense I dont know if im the only one but if someone told me I had to fight to the death against my best friend Halo or not id probably mess my pantsYet Kit does it and he sacrifices himself to free her from her Halo and life as an emotional robot At first she doesnt understand the incredible gift Cai gave to her but with help from his sister she begins to understand She tries to hide her malfunctioning halo but eventually runs away and nearly dies in the process But she is saved by a handsome young man who takes of her despite her resistance Though its not all smooth sailing I would say theres some HUGE bumps in the road for those two But their chemistry is undeniable And you cant help but root for themThis book was back to back action just as things are starting to settle theres something else causing your pulse to rise and your bad habit of biting your nails into overdrive I devoured this book in what would total 6 hours in a perfect world where my kids were independent Everytime I tried to put the book down It was like I was drawn to pick it up again and so I did Perhaps because Ive added Ryka to my list of book boyfriends idk I suppose anything is possible But I really did enjoy Kit She was sooo strong even in her most vulnerable moments This story was amazing and I could honestly say I would and could see this book brought to life on the big screen Oohh even as a television series I would actually watch tv And thats huge I basically dislike tv unless is the mentalist but I digress I may have fallen in love with Frankie Roses writing and wonderful story telling I cant wait to read about these two

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  • Raksha By Frankie Rose
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  • 15 March 2019
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About the Author: Frankie Rose

Frankie Rose was born in the United Kingdom but now lives with her husband in sunny Australia She officially makes things up for a living and when she's not doing that she is generally making paper birds out of receipts and old lists or taking photographs that make her smile