Archenemies (Renegades, #2) by Marissa Meyer

Archenemies (Renegades, #2)

The Renegades Trilogy continues, in this fiercely awaited second installment after the New York Times-bestselling Renegades by Marissa Meyer, author of the Lunar Chronicles.Time is running out.Together, they can save the world.But they each other's worst nightmare.In Renegades, Nova and Adrian (aka Insomnia and Sketch) fought the battle of their lives against the Anarchist known as the Detonator. It was a short-lived victory.The Anarchists still ...


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TitleArchenemies (Renegades, #2)
ISBN9781250311443
Author
Release DateNov 6th, 2018
PublisherFeiwel & Friends
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Science Fiction
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Reviews Archenemies (Renegades, #2)

  • Emma Giordano
    2018-10-03
    Marissa Meyer has done it again. I am TRULY blown away by Archenemies. Stay tuned for my spoiler-filled video review!CW: violence, oppressionRenegades was already a fantastically constructed world, but Archenemies breaks the boundaries for what we know of Gatlon City. I cannot get enough of the politics of this world. Conflict goes far beyond what we already know of the Renegades’ power and the Anarchists’ will for vengeance. Morals are quest...
  • Emily May
    2018-05-20
    I am trying so hard to love this series but it just isn't working.After not enjoying Cinder, I went on to love the rest of the Lunar Chronicles, so I was really hoping I could do that with this series. I was hoping that Renegades was just a shaky start to something much better. And, for a while, I convinced myself I liked this one more than the first. But aside from a few good bits, I think I'll just have to admit these books are not for me.Let'...
  • emma
    2018-10-01
    happy book birthday to Archenemies!! my gift is that i posted this mildly negative full review on my blog. find it here: https://emmareadstoomuch.wordpress.co...-----------I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Life is teeming with disappointments.The fact that that is closer than anything else to becoming my catchphrase is, in a word, concerning. I was hoping that when I inevitably developed a catchphrase, it’d be something cool, like ...
  • jessica
    2018-12-05
    i feel like i could copy and paste my review for ‘renegades’ and everything would apply to this sequel. we stan a consistent series! lol. again, this series is the only story i have read where the plot centres around crime fighting superheroes. like actual heroes vs. villains. and i forget how cheesy it can be at times, especially during the action sequences. literally all that is missing is a POW or BAM in little balloon bubbles down the mar...
  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    2018-11-21
    I can't keep up on my damn preorders!!I didn't like it as much as the first book but it was still up there. Cover is good. Narrators were good listening at 2x speed. I think when the next one comes out, I need to read them back to back and see how it goes 🤔😉Happy Reading! Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾
  • Riley
    2018-11-08
    this book is almost 600 pages and I read it in a day so if that tells you anything
  • Ashley Nuckles
    2019-02-20
    I LOVED this but I’m also so ANGRYYYYY HOW COULD IT END THAT WAY I DIDNT GET ANYTHING I WANTED WHERE IS BOOK THREE AHHHH
  • Hamad
    2018-05-21
    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription“I just want to remind you that there are no lone wolves in the Renegades. There is no I in hero.”🌟 I insist on calling Marissa Meyer the queen of re-tellings. TLC is one of my favorite series that kept improving somehow till the last book. I expected Marissa to be awesome when she writes an original series, except that it was not original!🌟Jump back a few yea...
  • Angelica
    2019-04-16
    This book was so long!Don't get me wrong, I was entertained. At times I didn't even notice the time passing. Other times it felt like it was never going to end!I keep wanting to love this series. I keep wanting to love these characters the same way I loved the characters of Meyer's Lunar Chronicles. I tried, guys, I really did. And I just couldn't.My first issue was the charcters.Aside from Adrian and Nova, none of these characters mattered. They...
  • Lara (Bookish_turtle)
    2018-05-18
    I am so mad at myself for not reading this before but now I have and AHHHHHHH IT'S SO GOOD!!(It's probably a little bit trashy, but I am 10000% invested in the series and I love it so much!)Even the beginning, which had a lot less action, I still don't think it was boring. It was a little bit slow, but I still thought it was a good pace for the story.And that ending!! It was so action packed and so intense!! (view spoiler)[ I can't believe that t...
  • Heather
    2018-11-27
    I liked this one but sadly not as much as Renegades...Am I the only one?
  • Simona Bartolotta
    2017-11-16
    2.5I still think Meyer is one of the best fantasy YA author out there, and I still think she doesn't even have to try to be able to stand out. But this book just didn't work. Personally, I believe that the reason (at least in my case) is one of disappointed expectations: like many other fans, I had got used to the idea that the Renegades series was going to be a duology, and only recently did I find out that this was not the case any longer. Not ...
  • Trina (Between Chapters)
    2018-12-04
    This is such a fun series! I love it. To be honest I flew through this book so fast that I won't have a lot to say about it because it's a blur. But I LOVED the tension of will-they-or-won't-they find out about the secret identities. There was good romantic chemistry. I love this friend group. I love how the book explores heroes who have evil motives and villains that have good ones. My feels are all over the place!Audiobook review: Narrated by R...
  • may ❀
    2018-12-17
    i need a moment of silence for the fact that this book ended second book syndrome. marissa meyer pulled through, i knew my queen could do itSERIOUSLY though, wow this book fixed everything the first book lacked. the action was so well paced and the scenes were so vivid. i felt connected to the characters this time unlike last time. i ship ruby and oscar so much wow i love themnova's personality and moral dilemma were so well developed and express...
  • Cassie Stever
    2018-11-23
    I don’t feel like writing a long review honestly, but just know that this book has destroyed me and I’m not okay. Take me out of the oven and stick a fork in me because I. Am. Done. Thank you, Marissa Meyer, for signing my death certificate. Maybe I’ll come back as Phobia and be your worst fear. Though, even that wouldn’t be enough in my eyes after that heart breaking ending you delivered to us. Do I seriously have to wait a year for ...
  • Kelly Brigid ♡
    2018-08-27
    “There were still consequences. There were always consequences, no matter which side she was on.” ♡ I’m utterly torn. I love the sweet characters and prodigy society depicted in general. But, I can’t overlook the glaring similarities between this novel and the third installment in the X-men franchise, The Last Stand. One of the central plot points involves a drug that can neutralize the abilities of any prodigy. Nova is concerned that t...
  • Matthew
    2019-02-10
    I am enjoying this series a lot so far. The writing is reminding me a lot of The Lunar Chronicles, which I enjoyed quite a lot, so I am quite pleased. Meyers characters are always interesting and fun to get to know. Also I love how unique this series continues to be with a different take on the superhero genre.My only complaint about this book is there was quite a large chunk in the middle where things got a bit slow and stagnant. Meyer picked on...
  • Suzanne
    2018-11-26
    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Wow that was an intense last few chapters. This was a tremendous sequel and I cannot wait for the next book! I need it now because I have to see how this Sentinel and Nightmare collision course ends. The characters we learned about in book one take on way more feats and develop in even more detail with a plot that is fast-paced and just overall awesome! I seriously enjoyed this sequel more than I expected, which should not have bee...
  • Kay Wisteria
    2018-05-18
    It's finally happened. After a whole year of anticipation, I FINALLY read my most anticipated most awaited most I MUST READ THIS AIOSKLJFDAIOFSJ book of 2019 and I have fEELINGS. Note: there will be spoilers for Renegades (the first book in the trilogy) but not Archenemies in this review.Archenemies picks up a little after the first book left off, after the explosive battle that killed The Detonator and shocking revelation that Ace Anarchy is, in...
  • Joshee Kun (조수아)
    2018-11-21
    Having superpowers doesn't automatically make you some selfless hero. People are greedy and cruel, and...for some, having superpowers just makes them even more greedy and cruel.This series is a testament to Marissa Meyer's growth as an author. Although I still love Cinder and the rest of The Lunar Chronicles, I think that Renegades and Archenemies are better in the intellectual department since they can make you ponder the complexities of moralit...
  • shortcake!
    2017-09-17
    Feeling personally attacked by my queen Marissa~T H I S~ UPDATE: TOMORROW WE GET A COVER THIS IS NOT A DRILL ~WOWOWOWOWOWOW SYNOPSIS~I need this now
  • beth ✨
    2018-11-05
    HOLY SHITi have been so busy with work so it has literally taken me forever to read this but ..... HOLY SHIT.
  • ℨαrα
    2018-12-19
    please note that the use of the terms “Nova’s mission” and reference to Nova being a “spy” are used VERY loosely in this review. Things I liked: ◘ So like with renegades, the ending was REALLY GOOD. I genuinely enjoyed it. The Sentinel’s discovery and the party and the chaos at the very very end. WAS GOOD. ◘ And at the risk of repeating my words in my Renegades review, Book 3 has potential and some really interesting things wer...
  • Clemlucian (🏳️‍🌈the villain's quest)
    2019-03-18
    “That’s human nature, isn’t it? People want to put someone on a pedestal. Maybe it gives them something to dream about.” Rating: 3.5/5 starsWhile Renegades was quite the book, Archenemies doesn’t try to be more than its predecessor. It suffers from the middle book syndrome, meaning that it feels archaic and unfocused. The result, I was hungry for more at the end of the book. I could feel the ghost of Renegades hanging around, haunting ...
  • Merphy Napier
    2019-02-01
    3.5 -> rounding up to a 4What I liked:- the setting. This is just a fun place to hang out. This world where people with superpowers are the only really relevant people and everyone (almost) is morally gray. And I love hanging with so many different types of powers. -slooooowww burn romance. I just like the way Marissa Meyer writes romances. It just connects with me for some reason, and I dig these two together (even though I dont fully dig them o...
  • 《 sofia 》
    2019-01-02
    the synopsis didn’t lie: in archenemies the line between good and evil really has been blurred.on one side you have the renegades, the so called good guys who fight the villains that endanger society. on the other hand, you have the anarchists, the bad ones, the villains. however, in this book you start questioning everything you were led to believe. are the renegades really that great, after having developed something that could stripe someone...