The Gender War (The Gender Game, #4) by Bella Forrest

The Gender War (The Gender Game, #4)

Continue Violet and Viggo's journey in the ELECTRIFYING fourth book of The Gender Game series!

Details The Gender War (The Gender Game, #4)

TitleThe Gender War (The Gender Game, #4)
Release DateFeb 9th, 2017
GenreScience Fiction, Dystopia, Young Adult, Fiction

Reviews The Gender War (The Gender Game, #4)

  • samantha (books-are-my-life20)
    Ugh! This series is a nail biter! It gets better and better!! Every book is excellent There was constant action and drama that kept me on the edge of my seat! and Virgo and Violet's romance isn't cheesy and it doesn't overwhelm the story,. This writer just has a way of pulling you in and keeping you interested. but i will be putting this series to the side for a bit so i don't to tired of it.
  • Libbie Buchele
    Getting weakerOnly George RR Martin should do a series of more than three books. This could have been wrapped up by now. I don't think the pov's in this story really work - the voices of the two characters are too similar, so it just makes the story more awkward, especially since their two societies seem so similar that there's no interesting reactions to each society
  • Katie
    I really really liked this book. It was great! Its action packed and I love how they built more on Viggo and Violets relationship. You really grow to love those two! It definitely ended on a cliffhanger though sooooo I can't wait to read the next one!!!!
  • Jayme Teague gauthier
    I just love Violet and Viggo!
  • lacy [a ravenclaw library]
    If you haven't read the first three books, it would be best to not read this review, as things might get spoiled. Don't say I didn't warn you! 4.5 stars! tw: death, bombings, derogatory comments towards women (often challenged but not always)This series just keeps getting better and better, even though I rated this particular book lower then the first 3 (three). In 2016, I was a little liberal with my 5 (five) stars. I just gave them out all will...
  • Beth Martin
    After being sorely disappointed by the third book in this series, I tempered my expectations for the next installment. I still found myself a bit disappointed by the end.Book 3 ended with an unexpected twist. Unfortunately, the big reveal didn't really impact anything. Desmond and her allegiances don't play a role in The Gender War at all. Instead, we follow Violet and Viggo and their fellow liberators as they try to prevent a war between the two...
  • Scarlett
    So I have mixed feelings about this book and really this series in general. I feel like it started out strong, I actually really like the story and characters for the most part. But each book gets weaker, simply because the story is so dragged out. I found myself skimming a lot. This could easily have been a trilogy and I would have been much happier. But now there's at least one more book after this one and I really really hope she doesn't conti...
  • BookwormBritty
    This is difficult, because I'm not sure if this is an, "it's not you, it's me," thing, my general dislike of later series books due to lack of character/relationship development (my favorite part of any book), or if this book was actually not that good.Truthfully, I haven't finished it yet. Possibly I wont ever. Possibly I will and this rating will change, but here's my biggest problem: VIGGO. I used to love you. You used to be interesting, but n...
  • Leah
    I had to finally DNF. This series is everywhere. One minutes it's engaging and exciting, the next... it's SO incredibly boring i won't read more than 2 or 3 pages for DAYS. Plus, the characters can't figure their shit out. One minute they are strong and courageous, the next they are sniveling little pussies.I just am finally done, which is sad bc I wish I knew how it all settled.
  • Judy Lewis
    ABSOLUTELY RIVETING !!!Title: The Gender WarSeries: The Gender GameDesignation: Book Four of Series, Full-Length Novel (App 400 Pages), Not A Standalone, Cliffhanger AheadAuthor: Bella ForrestGenre: Fantasy/Science Fiction/Action/Adventure/Young Adult RomanceReading Platform: Kindle UnlimitedMy Rating: Five Divinely Entertaining Stars*****Oh my! Oh my! Oh my! I love, love, love this series! I've been a diehard Bella Forrest fan for several years ...
  • Mikayla
    As good as ever, can't wait to get my hands on the next one.
  • Alease
    after a month of struggling through this book it finally gets exciting again, then end it in the middle of the action.
  • Robbi Leah Freeman
    Entire series read before review. 3 1/2 stars This series was a fun distraction but way to unrealistic. Basically there are two sides the male and female. Gender relations bad and several groups fighting throughout books. The author has a firm grasp on fighting scenes but love/relationship scenes are forced. Characters are well done. But these characters get the crap beat out of them, including one with a fractured skull but are out fighting almo...
  • Felicia [Felicia's Ink(t)]
    Review coming soon!!
  • Dee/ bookworm
    Can't wait for the next one!!
  • Chris Jones
    Stronger with each bookThis series just gets better. I never know where the story will lead next. I can't stop reqding this series.
  • Shannon White
    Amazing!!Another amazing read! I just love all the action and wondering what will happen next! I cant wait to read the next one!
  • Melissa
    Couldn't even finish it.Ms. Forrest clearly had no editor on this.There were far to many contradictions just in the first half that I did finish...(Violet saying she had never driven before when there was the big scene in book one about her figuring out how to drive a motorcycle.And in one scene Viggo referred to the fact that it seemed they'd been in a security room for hours since they had no way to see outside. 2 sentences later they say there...
  • Katie_Living_in_Bookland
    WHAT! YOU DO NOT END A BOOK LIKE THAT! I NEED TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENS! I know I only have to wait two weeks for the next book, I've waited much long than that, but why? I need it right now because that ending was just awful (in a good way), and there's so much at stake and I just need to know that my babies are going to be okay. Is that too much to ask?The Gender War start off immediately where the last book left us. Violet and Viggo have been taken...
  • Jade Marie
    Intense can not even cover this book!! The war is on and it had me holding my breath through out the whole book!! Violet has done a lot of growing up through these books and it is refreshing to see her lead like she does. I can not wait until the other book is released!! I am sitting on pins and needles wondering and guessing what will be happening next!!As always Bella, you took this book way past my expectations and delivered a wonderful, excit...
  • Hannah Michaels
    Super intense ending, I almost died, everyone almost died. Book five here I come!
  • Girlfred2
    This exciting continuation will have you seeing the strength and love that Violet has for Viggo and all living people in both Matrus and Patrus. Looking forward to the next installment.
  • Oscar Cavazos
    While this was slightly better, there is only so much you can do to polish a turd. There are so many preposterous things in this series that really made me question, "How much can I possibly swallow?" Such as, "Let's kidnap the king!" In a modern civilization, this book really makes it seem like it's a walk in the park. Just how many secret service agents are protecting said king? Like 3. And, of course, they are horribly trained.After we are in ...
  • Corra French
    In a world of war, society has seemed to be flipped upside down. Imagine living in a world with two sides, but constantly on the run because you are seen as a terrorist from both sides. In the novel The Gender War by Bella Forrest, you will not be able to put the book down. This fast-paced series will have you constantly biting your nails. While reading the fourth book in the series of 7 all I could think about was what jaw dropping event that wo...
  • Kelly
    Good 4th book in the series except I HATE having to wait until March 31 to have access to the next book in the series!!!! This book leaves us after Tabitha had threatened Violet's family and she had gone to the palace to confront Tabitha and rescue her family. Viggo finds her unconscience and performs CPR long enough to get her breathing again only to wonder if she will actually survive her injuries.The book starts out with Viggo and Violet havin...
  • Izzie
    Right ok, so not only have you got competing civilizations, you've also got a group of innocents being hunted by the corrupt leaders with no one else knowing their true intentions. Something I often struggle with whilst reading a book is an unrealistic romance between the main characters however the romance between Violet and Viggo is not like that at all, which makes this book so much easier to enjoy. This book gets exceedingly tense throughout ...
  • Tanya
    The fourth book picks up with Violet and Viggo escaping Matrus after an attempt to alert them of Desmond’s plan, only to find out that Desmond and the Queen have been in cahoots. The crew head to Patrus to alert the King, who doesn’t believe him, and they nearly get Killed by Desmond’s army. They kidnap the king and head to a mansion quite a ways from the city where they make their base. They find out through other refugees that Matrus has ...
  • Sabrina Thompson PA
    This is the 4th installment of this series and should be read in order. As usual, this story picks up right where the 3rd installment left off. It was fast-paced and riveting, grabbing me from the first line of the first page. I adore Violet and Viggo’s relationship, and was quite happy that their journeys keep progressing. They are best together. I also enjoy all the subplots and other relationships that are starting to develop, particularly b...
  • Marissa
    You know. This series gets more and more annoying. Honestly. I can’t handle much more of this. You know a book is bad when it takes me over a week to read. At this point in the series I assumed there would be a change in the character development? Guess I was wrong. I like Amber only because she’s mean. The dog is gone wherever the fuck and her little brothers still cool. But Violet and Viggo’s relationship is being written out to be this h...
  • Mandi
    The book was ok. The first book was fantastic which is why I kept reading. At this point, I'm just reading because I'm no quitter. 😂 Also, it's interesting enough that I do want to see how it all ends. I believe I've categorized other books in the series as junk food reading, and I stand by that statement with this book. It's not a bad book, but there's nothing really special about it. I do like Violet, Viggo, their relationship, and some of t...