Uh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of date.

For a better shopping experience, please upgrade now.

Reborn (Altered Series #3)

Reborn (Altered Series #3)

4.0 7
by Jennifer Rush

See All Formats & Editions

The Branch is in shambles, but Anna, Sam, Cas, and Nick can't rest easy. Remnants of the organization lurk unseen and the flashbacks to their old lives are only getting stronger--especially Nick's.
Following scattered memories and clues from his Branch file, Nick sets off alone in search of answers--and the girl who haunts his dreams. But the sleepy town where she


The Branch is in shambles, but Anna, Sam, Cas, and Nick can't rest easy. Remnants of the organization lurk unseen and the flashbacks to their old lives are only getting stronger--especially Nick's.
Following scattered memories and clues from his Branch file, Nick sets off alone in search of answers--and the girl who haunts his dreams. But the sleepy town where she lives in full of secrets, and Nick soon learns that uncovering their shared past may have deadly consequences.
Experience the Branch through Nick's eyes in this action-packed finale to the Altered saga.

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
"Within minutes, this medical-engineering thriller will have readers glued to their seats....Riveting."—Kirkus Reviews

Action-packed...[Anna's] interactions with the boys...keep the story moving quickly, along with a steady unfolding of revelations and events."—Publishers Weekly"

A rapid-fire thriller....Fans of the Hunger Games and Maze Runner series seeking more dystopian titles would likely enjoy this new adventure."—Booklist "

Heart-racing action complete with identity twists, mystery, and romance born from the core of the story make this unputdownable."—Lissa Price, international bestselling author of Starters"

A thrill ride full of twists, secrets, and betrayals. I loved it. More, please!"—Kim Harrington, author of The Dead and Buried

Product Details

Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publication date:
Altered Series , #3
Sold by:
Hachette Digital, Inc.
Sales rank:
660L (what's this?)
File size:
1 MB
Age Range:
12 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

Jennifer Rush began telling lies at the age of five and was immediately hooked. Fiction was far better than reality, and she spent most of her teens writing (about vampires, naturally). She currently lives in Michigan with her husband and two children and enjoys eating ice cream in her spare time. She is the author of Altered and its sequel, Erased.

Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Post to your social network


Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews

Reborn 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Goldenfurproductions More than 1 year ago
MY THOUGHTS  I was actually disappointed by this book. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't what I was expecting.  Nick has been having flashbacks of a past he can't remember. All featuring a girl covered in blood. Nick is wondering who the girl is and if the Branch made him hurt her, or worse, so he heads out to look for her.  Elizabeth is haunted by a kidnapping that happened to her years ago, and ended in the death of her mother. When the boy who rescued her comes to town, she begins to be able to piece together what happened those years ago. What I liked about this book was seeing more about Nick's character. We didn't really get much about Nick in the previous books, and it was nice being about to see things from his point of view. It was also interesting seeing what happened in his past and how things have affected him. We are also introduced to new characters in this book, especially Elizabeth. Elizabeth is out other perspective in this book. She was okay. I couldn't really connect to her and she was, really, kind of similar to other girls in YA books. Though, I could really tell that her past haunted her and I did find her interest in scents interesting. To be honest, this book felt unnecessary. It was from a different perspective and it was mostly just served as giving Nick a romance. Yeah, it explained what was happening to Nick in Erased, but I didn't think that warranted an entire book. My favorite part of this series would be how action-packed and how it's full of surprises. Sadly, this book didn't have much of that. It was very slow-paced for a majority of it. The last few chapters make up for it though!  IN CONCLUSION  This book felt more like a novella to me, because of how different it was from the rest of the series. I liked this book and I enjoyed seeing things from Nick's perspective, but it felt unnecessary. If you would like to know more about Nick and come back to this world, then read it. Unless you are a shipper of Anna and Nick (I didn't know that existed until reading the reviews). You would be disappointed by this book.
Jonathan1 More than 1 year ago
OH MY LORD  loved it absolutely loved it.  i am a thirteen year old boy and out of the somewhat 25 books I've  read this is by far my favorite. The climax left me in my bed for five hours.  i read this book in two days and my book report is due in 17 days and im done with it. i recomend this book for any teanager. 
WulfLuva More than 1 year ago
I love that these books are full of hot boys. That’s really all there is to say about the entire series. That’s all anyone needs to know. Read it for the man-candy. But seriously, this series is good. It started out following Anna’s storyline, but kind of weaved off on its own after Erased. I had no idea this was going to happen. I was expecting another book from Anna’s point of view with just a hefty dose of love triangle between her, Sam, and Nick. But nope, that’s not what happened at all. And I’m not really sure how I feel about that. We never really learn a whole lot about Nick in the previous two books. He’s just a broody bad boy. He gets a little more depth in this book, but not enough to really allow me to connect with his character. Although, I do like the piano bit. It added a lot, even though it was a very subtle mention. I think pairing him off with an entirely new character, while good in that it added a new and exciting plot to the story, left me feeling kind of “eh.” I was hoping for something that really delved into his past. Maybe Nick’s mystery-flashback girl was someone he knew before he got caught up in the Branch business. Someone from his nasty past. That would have really brought out some character development. Instead, we’re given a quick and thrown-together romance between a character we want to know more about and a character we just met who doesn’t have a lot of complexity. The plot was good. I definitely enjoyed it more than the second book’s. I liked how Nick got to go off on his own and make a name for himself without having his posse behind him. (Random question: Is this what Jennifer Rush is going to keep doing? Are there going to be other books with Cas and Trev as the main characters?) I think the introduction to a new lab was needed, and the effects the lab produces were very intriguing. If there are other books, I can’t wait to see how that aspect of the story plays out. All in all, Reborn was good. It was a little hard to get into at first (mostly because of the dual POVs), but once I got about halfway through, I flew through it. If you enjoyed the first two books, make sure you snatch up this one. Plus, you know you need that drool-worthy cover on your shelf. 3/5 stars *Note: I borrowed a copy of this book from my library. This in no way altered my opinion/review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved it. Hope their is more
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cupcakegirly More than 1 year ago
Just when I thought I was finished with the ALTERED series, Nick's story show up! These covers still remain as some of my very favorites, and not just because of the shirtless good looking guys. REALLY, IT'S NOT. I love how the colors, the coding and the trees all tie into the ALTERED world and bring it to life. Like it's predecessors, REBORN has lots of action, lots of suspense and plenty of swoon, but it's unique in that, not only do we FINALLY get inside of Nick's head, but we also get inside someone else's too. A girl someone just in case you didn't figure that out from the blurb. It happens. Besides, the cover model is a little distracting. This one didn't suck me in as fast as the first two books did, but that's okay, because once I was hooked (about 1/4 of the way in), I could.not.put.it.down. Watching Nick and---girl's story unfold and weave together through their dual POVs was really cool! Especially since it ultimately created an even bigger picture than the one we had at the end of ERASED (ALTERED #2). Sam, Anna and Cas are in it too and there's even a chance for redemption for a certain traitor someone who shall not be named. My only qualm was how fast the ending came. We get these epic fighting scenes with lots of action and butt-kicking and then----it ends. The aftermath is shown, but I kind of felt like I needed more. Especially more Nick with him doing Nickish kinds of things with----people. Or person. (I don't think I'm vagueing too well here.) Anyway, I AM happy to know this won't be the last we see of the ALTERED world and I am CROSSING ALL THE THINGS that ONE DAY I'll get to read Cas' full story. Maybe he'll even meet/rescue/fall in love with a girl who has pink hair and bakes him Twix cupcakes. Because that would be amazing and I would totally read that story! Until then, this makes an excellent addition to the series and fans of ALTERED, ERASED, FORGED, and NICK want to read this!