The Warrior Book 5: Justice by Rebecca Royce

The Warrior Book 5: Justice by Rebecca Royce
Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Suspense/Mystery, Young Adult
Length: Short (137 Pgs)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Age Recommndation: 16+
Review By: Sorrel

My name is Rachel Clancy, and if you’re reading this, chances are I am dead. I have returned to Genesis, my family and Chad. I think I might even be happy. But you know, happy endings aren’t for everyone least of all me.

Dr. Icahn is still out there, and if I have any hope of finishing this fight once and for all—I will need the help of those who want to kill me. Please don’t think me a hero or a martyr. I’m just a girl, who’s made a lot of mistakes, but I know what I have to do.

And know, whatever happens next, I didn’t do it for me. I did it for a future that I have to have faith will exist…even if I’m not there to see it.


I loved the main characters. Especially Rachel and Chad. Rachel is a strong, kind and smart girl whose life changed and with it she had to change and adjust.

Though, I didn’t read the series from the beginning, ‘one’ of the main things that kept me interested was the suspense and the mystery. I love both of these equally and Justice has enough of it satisfy any mystery or suspense lover.

Justice is the fifth book in the Dystopian Post Apocalyptic series. I have not read the first four books in this series so it made me difficult to find what was going on since this book was missing a lot of the information that I am pretty sure the previous books have. Therefore I would very much suggest for the readers to start the series in order. Since, I did not read the series from the order the plot line was not easy to understand.

In my opinion in every plot and story there is a foundation or a story with details that needs to be told. In Justice the foundation may have been the first or the second book, but the story I read tells me that the plot was very well constructed with enough of everything to keep the readers interested and reading.

Between the mystery and the suspense, the great characters and their emotions jumped out and captured my attention again and again.  Fans of dystopian YA should enjoy this book and likely the whole series.

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