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Fight for Liberty

Updated: Jun 5


Age Range: 14 and up

Reading Level: High School

Liberty has gained a deeper understanding of true freedom, but having it for herself is not enough. Prompted by the inner voice that has guided her for years, Liberty is compelled to bring the freedom she possesses to others in Aldonia. While unsure of how to carry out this mission, she is willing to risk all to accomplish it. Threats from outside the Boundary Fence and threats closer to home cause chaos and confusion that have everyone unsure of what direction to take. Troubled by Liberty’s risky choices, Dedrick wishes he could convince her to leave for the colonies. But Liberty has chosen Aldonia over him.

When faith, family, and freedom have been squashed, what can one erson or even a group do to reclaim the culture?

New Review:

I love the new cover, such a great update!

Old Review:

Fight for Liberty is the last novel in the Liberty Trilogy and brings this dystopian world to a close. I would love to say that this final book in the series was even better than the last two, but I was disappointed with the ending and the novel as a whole. It was nice to see how everything ended, and some parts drew me in, but I can't say I will reread it. There was not much about the Catholic faith, but it was fascinating to see how the Aldonia government worked and was controlling the minds of all its people. There are so many similarities between their government and ours that it is scary.

My favorite character once again was Dedrick. I loved seeing how he wanted to help and take care of Liberty, and even after being rejected still had hope. His character was also the most interesting because he had depth and emotions. Many of the other characters were flat or uninteresting, like the main character Liberty, though she had some excellent moments. For example, when she met with her friend Sarkin again. Overall I liked the Liberty Series, the second one being my favorite, and I recommend that you read Fight for Liberty if you've read the other two books in the story, even though it wasn't my favorite.

Special thanks to Theresa Linden for sending me a complimentary copy of Fight for Liberty for my unbiased review!

Things to Mention: There was some violence including people dying. There were a few kisses. Some other things.

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