This is book number 4 in the Renegades series.
In Marissa Meyer’s New York Times bestselling young adult series, superheroes and supervillains battle for supremacy of Gatlon City in a high-stakes world of adventure, passion, danger, and betrayal.
Now available as a stunning paperback boxed set!
Possessed with extraordinary abilities, the Renegades are champions of justice, protecting the citizens against the Anarchists determined to destroy them.
But Nova walks the line of both hero and villain—torn between a desire for revenge against the Renegades and a deepening love for one of its members…
- (1) copy of Renegades: 9781250180636
- (1) copy of Archenemies: 9781250078377
- (1) copy of Supernova: 9781250078391
A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING SERIES!
A Publishers Weekly Bestseller (Supernova)
Praise for Renegades:
A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER!!
A Winter 2017-2018 Kids' Indie Next List Selection
"In a vividly dark and fully imagined universe where special abilities are feared unless they can be strictly controlled and labeled, Meyer celebrates and subverts popular superhero tropes while mining the gray area between malevolence and virtue." —Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Tackles a familiar genre in a brand new way." —Hypable.com
“Blends sci-fi and action like a young adult X-Men novel, asking what it means to be a hero and what it means to be a villain.” —Paste Magazine
"A fully realized new world with compelling characters and just enough edge-of-your-seat action to rival the biggest on-screen adaptation." —Bustle
"Exciting...perfect for your Fall #TBR list." —PopSugar.com
"Even reluctant fans of hero fantasies will fall for the smart plot and wonderful world-building. Prepare to fangirl." —Justine Magazine
"Meyer delivers a balance between intricate world-building and fast-paced action sequences." —School Library Journal
"The world is exceptionally well crafted, particularly the complex backstory of the rise of prodigies among humans, and the secondary cast of villains and heroes could give Marvel and DC a run for their money." —The Bulletin