Lady Renegades: A Rebel Belle Novel

Lady Renegades: A Rebel Belle Novel

Paperback | April 11, 2017

byRachel Hawkins

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From the New York Times bestselling author of Hex Hall comes the sparkling finale in the beloved Rebel Belle series.
 
Just as Harper Price starts coming to terms with her role as David Stark's battle-ready Paladin, protector, and girlfriend—her world goes crazy all over again.  
 
Overwhelmed by his Oracle powers, David flees Pine Grove and starts turning teenaged girls into Paladins—and these young ladies seem to think that Harper is the enemy David needs protecting from.  Ordinarily, Harper would be able to fight off any Paladin who comes her way, but her powers have been dwindling since David left town, which means her life is on the line yet again. 
 
Now, it’s a desperate race for Harper to find and rescue David before she backslides from superhero to your garden-variety type-A belle. 

"Reminiscent of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer show, Hawkins’s novel does not disappoint in this final addition to the Rebel Belle trilogy. Funny and sassy, Harper is the perfect combination of strong heroine and Southern lady." —VOYA

"Mythic adventure at the country club." —Kirkus Reviews

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From the New York Times bestselling author of Hex Hall comes the sparkling finale in the beloved Rebel Belle series.   Just as Harper Price starts coming to terms with her role as David Stark's battle-ready Paladin, protector, and girlfriend—her world goes crazy all over again.     Overwhelmed by his Oracle powers, David flees Pine Gro...

Rachel Hawkins is the author of Rebel Belle, Miss Mayhem, and the New York Times bestselling series Hex Hall. Born in Virginia and raised in Alabama, Rachel taught high school English for three years before becoming a full-time writer. Follow her on twitter @LadyHawkins.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.69 inPublished:April 11, 2017Publisher:Penguin Young Readers GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0147517532

ISBN - 13:9780147517531

Customer Reviews of Lady Renegades: A Rebel Belle Novel

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Satisfying Conclusion to this Series! LADY RENEGADES is such a satisfying conclusion to this series. I loved that the visions "came true" but that there was so much more to it than what we were anticipating. I also super loved that it was all about GIRL POWER and learning to trust one another even when someone had previously ... stabbed you in the back. Rachel Hawkins really outdid herself with this one and I highly recommend this series if you like kick butt girls who literally kick butt, but also kick butt in a quiet sense by following rules and adjusting them to fit their needs. I LOVE THAT. I LOVE HARPER. I feel like I can't say much about this one without spoiling it, but there were so many good moments in it. I loved that Harper wasn't sure if she was trying to save David FOR David or for herself. I also loved that she was willing to do whatever she had to in order to save EVERYONE ELSE. Like I just. I just have so many feelings about Harper Price and how badass she is. She is my role model. I was disappointed that Ryan wasn't really utilized in this one. I feel like he had a lot of potential to be more than just Harper's (ex-)boyfriend but he never really got his chance to shine. I think it was a good development from Perfect Boyfriend to Friend for them, but I would have liked to see Harper and Ryan have to interact more. I also felt like Bee was just There but not really doing anything other than being There. I would have loved to see her be more active in her role as Harper's Best Friend and also Paladin. I also wasn't a huge fan of the David POVs. I feel like switching out of Harper's head into David's was a weird thing to do considering how little it was done in this one and it felt like it didn't serve a purpose other than to tell us where David was. Except we knew that from Harper's connection to him so it seemed redundant to me. I also found them a bit confusing. But this series man. I loved how it subverted tropes but also played into them. I loved Hawkins's writing. I loved everything about it. If you were a fan of Hawkins's HEX HALL series, you will definitely enjoy this one. And if you liked Buffy the Vampire Slayer, you will also like this one. If you just like girls being girls and also girls being badasses, you will also like this one. Basically: READ THIS SERIES.
Date published: 2016-05-21

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Praise for Lady Renegades"Reminiscent of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer show, Hawkins’s novel does not disappoint in this final addition to the Rebel Belle trilogy. Funny and sassy, Harper is the perfect combination of strong heroine and Southern lady." —VOYA"Mythic adventure at the country club." —Kirkus Reviews"Harper's fans need wonder no more about how their supremely talented all-American girl will get her guy back." —Booklist Praise for Rebel Belle * “Harper is as quippy as you please, with a sass born of a sharp intellect…as surprising as it is delicious.”—Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, starred review"Plenty of merriment, even for Yankees."—Kirkus Reviews“Fun with a twist of supernatural and Southern charm.”—VOYA“The romance, coming-of-age aspects, and a well-drawn heroine with a crackling wit will lure in readers.”—Booklist“Hawkins strikes a pleasing balance between humor and drama, giving the ‘chosen one’ narrative a welcome dusting of irony and a glowing Southern setting.”—Publishers Weekly