Review: Emergence

Aug •  2 •  2013
Review: EmergenceEmergence by Rachel Fisher
Published by Self-Published on April 30th 2013
Genres: Young Adult- Dystopian/Post Apocalyptic
Source: Bought
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"I promise you, Sean. We're going to stop them."

The pieces on the board are in motion and with both sides gathering strength, each move will be critical. When the Truthers make a play for checkmate, the Seeders are forced to respond. Fi and her companions will face greater challenges and higher stakes than ever before, because this time if they fail, it's for keeps.

Completing another series, I found this story to be exciting and fun to read.

Plot: This story pick up where the last book left off. Both Fi and Asher are fighting against time to get back to their home. In the midst of all of that, they are fighting nature as well. I think the plot flowed well with excitement and adventure. Each chapter gave the reader more information about the world collapsing, the food and of course the ones who started the rebellion.

Love:  Fi and Asher go through some pretty heavy stuff as being a such a young age. They already have to endure the world falling apart and now they are trying to save it. I like how well these two grew together and not apart. When they needed each other, they were there. They put everything aside just to make sure the other was okay. I really loved how well they communicated and the strength they give each other.

Earth: Once I finish reading this story it got me thinking about food. It is true that most of the food I eat is well…not even real.  It’s bagged and processed and who knows if what I’m eating is effecting my body. Maybe it even cause the Autism in my son. *Shrugs* I’ll never know. What I do know is that  I made a personal goal to eat more real food. I plan on visiting my local farmers market and picking out fresh vegetables and fruits with the family. It’s a start.

Overall, Emergence is  fine ending to a great series.  It brings out all the truth, tying up each loose end nicely. It gives hope to the reader with the first sign of green. A remarkable ending, Emergence is wonderful.

I give it 4 BITES!


Happy Reading!


  1. Candace
    Aug 2, 2013

    I’m glad that this book made you think about some real life things. I already think about our food not being real, ALL THE TIME. I mean, it’s to the point that it might be better if I didn’t know, because it’s become an obsession. I also don’t vaccinate, another thing I’ve become obsessed about. Anyway, I’m glad this series is a winner. I probably read your review of the previous book but I don’t remember, so I’ll go look that up!

  2. I’ve spotlighted this series on my blog a couple of times but have never actually had the time to read it. It sounds like such an interesting storyline and after your review of this one, I think I should make some time for it. I haven’t even started it but I can see exactly why this would make you think about your own food choices. Because you’re so right, who knows what on earth is in our food. I don’t eat the healthiest but I need to!