Rage (Stormheart, #2) by Cora Carmack

Rage (Stormheart, #2)

Princess or adventurer.Duty or freedom.Her Kingdom or the Stormhunter she loves.If Aurora knows anything, it's that choices have consequences. To set things right, she joins a growing revolution on the streets of Pavan. In disguise as the rebel Roar, she puts her knowledge of the palace to use to aid the rebellion. But the Rage season is at its peak and not a day passes without the skies raining down destruction. Yet these storms are different—...

Details Rage (Stormheart, #2)

TitleRage (Stormheart, #2)
Release DateAug 27th, 2019
PublisherTor Teen
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Romance

Reviews Rage (Stormheart, #2)

  • Fables&Wren
    Update on the changed date: Our beloved author Cora Carmack was diagnosed with epilepsy and is currently trying to find the medication that works best for her. She is going through a lot right now, so maybe send her some encouraging words on twitter, goodreads, instagram or any other platform you can think of and let her know that even though we are anxiously waiting for her masterpiece-of-a-sequel RAGE, her health is beyond important and we are ...
  • Beth
    HOLY SHIT! What an INCREDIBLE ending! I’m going to try and write a full review because this book deserves a lot of my love.Three things in no particular order1. Cassius2. Nova3. JinxI cannot wait for book number three, I need it now! ————-Two things.1. I need this in my life right now.2. THAT COVER!I AM LIVINGGGGGGGG-------Roar - 5 StarsRage - 4 Stars
  • Nikki (Book Allure)
    Admittedly this one suffered badly from Second Book Syndrome and I was originally going to rate it 3 stars but that last chapter made me bump it up to a 3.5... maybe even a 4. Praying that the last book will make up for this slow drag that got little to nothing accomplished Admittedly this one suffered badly from Second Book Syndrome and I was originally going to rate it 3 stars but that last chapter made me bump it up to a 3.5... maybe even a ...
  • alana ♡
    "But in this city, in all Stormling cities, he was acutely aware that humans could cause just as much damage as the fiercest of tempests." The highly anticipated sequel to Roar was equal parts thrilling and suffering from second book syndrome, but overall I have to say I enjoyed more than I disliked. If you haven't picked up Rage yet I would highly recommend doing a reread of Roar. I had only read the first book a few months back but I was still ...
  • Christie«SHBBblogger»
    Title: RageSeries: Stormheart #2Author: Cora CarmackRelease date: August 27, 2019Cliffhanger: YesGenre: YA fantasyI couldn't have been more excited to return to Pavan after being completely swept away by the tempest otherwise known as Roar. I loved the worldbuilding centering around storms, and the royals with affinities who could defeat them. There were storm hunters and witches and a mysterious Stormlord out for revenge. Of course as the first...
  • Sol ~ TheBookishKing
    i expected so much from this only to read a severely mediocre book suffering HARD from Second Book Syndrome and like maybe three interesting events that happen in a span of 400 pagesalso that ending was just ,,, not it rtc soon.
  • Sophie
    4 starsFirst let’s begin with two statements:This sequel was long awaited! I read ROAR while I visited Colorado more than two years ago and waited for RAGE since that time. I follow Cora on social media and new she had serious health problems and reading her acknowledgements I could understand what she went through and why of course, she needed time to write this story.I really enjoy this series but never seem to give more than 4 stars. This i...
  • TheYALibrarian
    Rating 3 StarsARC provided by publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Well...Thank you Carmack for making me wait not one but TWO fucking years for this book. To only make us readers reach a cliffhanger tied all up in lots and lots of loose ends since the whole book was taken up by filler so it only left some key plot points to unfold. It feels like stuff was barely resolved and too much left until the next installment and I'm ju...
  • Lindsi (Do You Dog-ear?)
    I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Any quotes I use are from an unpublished copy and may not reflect the finished product.I was really looking forward to reading Rage, but I almost gave up on it a few times. Skimming ahead piqued my curiosity, but just barely. I think my biggest issue was that nothing really happened. The story progresses, but there was a lot more adventure ...
  • Arielle ⭐ Cursebreaker ⭐
    OHHHH SHITTTTT lolllll. Famous last words, amiright? RTC! --I always appreciate when books start out just about where the previous one in the series left off and that’s exactly what this one did. The group of hunters had made it back to Pavan only to find out that Aurora’s kingdom is now in complete disarray. It’s easy to tell that something just isn’t right and Aurora knows she needs to do whatever necessary to get into that castle.This ...
  • Fae Crate
    As usual, Cora Cormack does NOT disappoint. I have missed Roar, Locke and Cassius for so long and was so happy to see them again right where they were left off. Learning more about storms, their purposes and the spirits was an incredible ride and still not enough for me! I want MORE ROAR!!! I would recommend this series for any fans of Graceling, the Grishaverse, and Avatar the Last Airbender. This complex world of magic, political intrigue and p...
  • Austine (NovelKnight)
    Check out the original review and more on NovelKnight! This book was provided by the publisher (via NetGalley). This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'll be honest,Rageread like a filler novel with some serious second-book syndrome going on.For starters, I was glad I re-readRoarbefore diving into this one because 1) I didn't remember as much as I thought from the first book so the refresher was nice, and 2) i...
  • kelly {BookCrushin}
    Oh man wow. Such a strong installment. I’m so frigging excited it was so good, but holy crap that ending. Why do I have to wait for book 3!!!
  • Princess
    I received a copy of this from Edelweiss and TorTeen. Wow! I enjoyed this book just as much as the first. I love the crew and how well they are all gelling. I am shocked by the Queen and by the prince In how different they are. The Stormlord has become very unstable and I look forward to seeing how they all come together to defeat him. An excellent story I look forward to continuing. My only complaint was that there were no breaks in the story th...
  • Anna
    I can't wait for book 3
  • Jessica {Litnoob}
    The struggle with having a five star sequel you wanna gush about to the world but don’t wanna spoil book one (for any unsuspecting reader who doesn’t know there’s another book before this one) and don’t wanna spoil this book because it deserves a prestige no spoilers intake. So what I will say is 1. The story has a lot more action because we have a lot less travel in this book. The pacing for the action is good and it never feels dry even...
  • Joanna Bennett
    Before I wrote this review, I had to do some thinking. I did like this sequel overall but there were just a few things that I didn’t like when it came to a few of the characters or the plot.When it came to Kiran and Cassius, I was on the fence about them in the first book. In this book there was definitely one I liked more than the other. Kiran just got on my nerves throughout and I wasn’t a fan of the relationship between him and Roar/Aurora...
  • Jennifer
    Rage is the second book in the YA fantasy Stormheart trilogy.I was under the impression that this was a duology. Luckily I found out that it was a trilogy right before I started the book. I personally find it very important to know if a book is simply part of a series or if it is the final book.It has been a really long time since I read the first book. I am okay that the second book took this long to be published (the author had health issues). ...