A Brutal Justice, Softcover, #2
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A Brutal Justice, Softcover, #2  -     By: Jess Corban

A Brutal Justice, Softcover, #2

Wander / 2021 / Paperback

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In A Brutal Justice#2, by Jess Corban teens will find action, romance, and provocative questions in this fast-paced conclusion to the Nede Rising Series Which is better, Gentle or Brute? This question haunts new Apprentice Reina as she tests the bounds of trust and is forced to answer this stirring question. How far will she go to eradicate tyranny from Nede? Paperback, 416 pages. Ages 13-18

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Title: A Brutal Justice, Softcover, #2
By: Jess Corban
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 416
Vendor: Wander
Publication Date: 2021
Weight: 14 ounces
ISBN: 1496448391
ISBN-13: 9781496448392
Ages: 13-18
Series: Nede Rising
Stock No: WW448392

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Protect the weak. Safety for all. Power without virtue is tyranny. Nedé has a new Apprentice, and now Reina Pierce must come to grips with what she sacrificed to secure Matriarch Teera’s favor. As secrets unfold and danger mounts, Reina will test the bounds of trust and be forced to answer the question that has haunted her since her first night in the jungle: Which is better—Gentle or Brute? And how far will she go to ensure tyranny is eradicated from Nedé? In this fast-paced conclusion to the Nedé Rising series, A Brutal Justice weaves action, romance, and provocative questions into a finale that readers won’t be able to put down.

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Will leave readers evaluating their own views on gender equality and governmental powers.

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