Rebel Grey [NOOK Book]

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After a great war that destroyed the nation, the government has fallen, and the cities are run by corrupt false monarchies. The Kings and Queens control the law, and the powerless, terrified citizens are being snatched from the streets in droves, accused of treason and imprisoned or worse. The children of the accused must band together just to survive. In Razor City, only the rebel Uprising is willing to stand up to King Scarlet, but their efforts are crushed at every turn by disloyal bounty hunters, bloodthirsty...

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Rebel Grey

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Overview

After a great war that destroyed the nation, the government has fallen, and the cities are run by corrupt false monarchies. The Kings and Queens control the law, and the powerless, terrified citizens are being snatched from the streets in droves, accused of treason and imprisoned or worse. The children of the accused must band together just to survive. In Razor City, only the rebel Uprising is willing to stand up to King Scarlet, but their efforts are crushed at every turn by disloyal bounty hunters, bloodthirsty outlaws, Scarlet’s ruthless, vigilant nobles and his cruel son, Dante.
Petra Strom has given up hope. Everyone in Razor City has given up hope.
When Petra discovers Prince Dante beaten half to death in an alley without any memory of his identity or his past, she thinks she’s finally found a way to force Scarlet to release her brother, Ren, and the other falsely accused prisoners. Planning to ransom the prince in exchange for the prisoners, Petra lures Dante back to the children’s secret compound and convinces him he’s one of them, a lost child called Grey whose family was torn apart by the King. As her lies catch up to her and Grey begins to discover who he really is, the children are pursued by the King’s Marshals, bounty hunters and a deadly assassin whose connection to Scarlet might be the real reason the prince was attacked in that alley. Grey begins to uncover the truth about himself and his father, and he knows someone has to end Scarlet’s tyrannical reign once and for all. He might be the only one who can. As they join up with the Uprising, Grey and Petra realize their fight isn’t just about survival or freeing the prisoners anymore. It’s about taking back the city.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044556034
  • Publisher: D C Press
  • Publication date: 5/25/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 190,035
  • File size: 286 KB

Meet the Author

Stella Drexler is the author of the urban fantasy, Hex Breaker, the steampunk fantasy Angel of the Abyss and the upcoming paranormal teen mystery series Nightmare Island. She is also responsible for several other short stories, novels, comics, scripts and shopping lists. She lives in Portland, Oregon with Mr. Drexler and their helper monkey, Casanova.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 6, 2013

    Loved it

    Loved it

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    Posted June 25, 2013

    It was an interesting storyline. The character development was t

    It was an interesting storyline. The character development was thought out and the story played nicely. It is a story of a spoiled brat turned rebel with a hint of love and had the makings of a good book, but I feel like it ended too abruptly and as though the author got bored.

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