Dec 04, 2021

The Betrayal of Renegade X

The Betrayal of Renegade X By {author, The Betrayal of Renegade X Best Read || [Chelsea M. Campbell] The Betrayal of Renegade X Best Read || [Chelsea M. Campbell] - The Betrayal of Renegade X, The Betrayal of Renegade X Damien thinks he has the whole hero thing figured out he s getting good grades at Heroesworth and acing all his missions at least until he zaps an unarmed bad guy he believes tortured and murdered chi

  • Title: The Betrayal of Renegade X
  • Author: Chelsea M. Campbell
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  • Page: 425
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The Betrayal of Renegade X Best Read || [Chelsea M. Campbell], The Betrayal of Renegade X, Chelsea M. Campbell, The Betrayal of Renegade X Damien thinks he has the whole hero thing figured out he s getting good grades at Heroesworth and acing all his missions at least until he zaps an unarmed bad guy he believes tortured and murdered children It turns out the bad guy was actually a superhero working with the school The mission was staged and Damien blew it Now his best friend refuses to work with him hDam

The Betrayal of Renegade X

The Betrayal of Renegade X Best Read || [Chelsea M. Campbell] The Betrayal of Renegade X Best Read || [Chelsea M. Campbell] - The Betrayal of Renegade X, The Betrayal of Renegade X Damien thinks he has the whole hero thing figured out he s getting good grades at Heroesworth and acing all his missions at least until he zaps an unarmed bad guy he believes tortured and murdered chi The Betrayal of Renegade X

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The Betrayal of Renegade X

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  1. Once again, Damien bedazzles us readers with his wit, charm and sparkling personality in the third book, The Betrayal of Renegade X Shit really hits the fan in book three A full blown war breaks out between the Heroes and the Villains, and of course, Damien being Damien gets inevitably caught in the dead center of it He s facing huge pressure from both sides of his family to do the right thing, too bad neither side really agree on what the right thing actually is His maternal grandfather can see [...]


  2. YASSSSSS ANOTHER RENEGADE X BOOK This is seriously one of my absolutely favourite series, so this review will feature a lot of fangirling In the last book we see Damien finally make a choice regarding his future Now we see him trying to see that choice through I honestly loved seeing him fight the establishment, loudly disagreeing with the misinformation and propaganda taught in school Being vocal about the dehumanization of the enemy they are being fed.Of course that doesn t turn out well for h [...]



  3. After three books I still love this kid s voice The banter and wit haven t waned But the balance of heart and vulnerability is what makes it work so well He still feels like a real kid than most of the YA books I ve read He s so raw He knows it all but at the same time he doesn t know anything and he has no idea what to do next but that never stops him from acting in a crisis He s afraid of heights so much for the flying power he got from his hero side of the family , he s afraid to turn left w [...]



  4. I don t even remember what events transpired that brought me and Renegade X together It s odd to think that there are books, or series, around that are so good and we don t know of them It just seems so unfair What else is out there that I would love madly, but I ve never heard of it Tragic, really.I don t want to talk about it I use my powers to stop someone I was told kidnaps and murders kids, and I end up on the news like it s the worst thing I ve ever done Riley uses his power to catch someo [...]


  5. Once again, Damien bedazzles us readers with his wit, charm and sparkling personality in the third book, The Betrayal of Renegade X Shit really hits the fan in book three A full blown war breaks out between the Heroes and the Villains, and of course, Damien being Damien gets inevitably caught in the dead center of it He s facing huge pressure from both sides of his family to do the right thing, too bad neither side really agree on what the right thing actually is His maternal grandfather can see [...]


  6. I have to say, thought it all and everything I am very happy with this book I don t say that very often I don t get to More often then not something lacks Here, only the very end lacks, and only lacks a little Please understand the very end, after all is said and done it only lacks A LITTLE Because I wanted to see Grandpa again Renegade X, or better know as Damien, has a lot on his mind and plate Everyone is watching him all the time Nether side trusts him Because he is half hero, and half ville [...]


  7. Another excellent book You worry when reading a series that things will get repetitive or you won t enjoy the character after a time That simply is not the case with Damien and the Renegade X series With a nice change of pace, this time we see Damien very much in the open this whole book The past two he was always trying to hide something first, trying to hide being the son of mixed parentage, then trying to hide having two diverse powers This book he is out in the open with his parentage, his p [...]


  8. The Battle of Two Worlds This book was light years better then the last one Not only did this book not lag but every page was full of action and straight up awsome story telling I didn t want to put it down it was that good This story follows Damien as he struggles yet again with both his hero side and his villain side family and within himself The League are not who they showcase themselves to be and as Damien starts to see that he falls into the hands of his Grandfather who mulipulaties this i [...]


  9. Great conclusion to the trilogy of Renegade X, a lead character who at times us a bit too petulant, but who always does the right thing even when he doesn t mean to Solid series for fans of the getting kind of glutted superhero novel market.


  10. Yet another excellent and entertaining tale about Damien s adventures as he tries to get a handle on being and hero sort of and handling being part of family without imploding He doesn t always succeed but he is absolutely hilarious as he attempts it.


  11. I enjoyed this book much than 2 I really enjoyed the new faction The Truth and why Damien was drawn to it.It s interesting seeing parallels between today s politics and this silly fictional world Where when there are two sides who hate each other nothing gets done.


  12. I enjoy the heck out of this series as a whole, but the first person present tense is tough to get past.



  13. DeliversI really like these Renegade X books They re funny and engaging I can t wait to see what happens next here s hoping there s audio though.


  14. This book is one story of how Damien has to juggle two communities that he s both part of and which mutually hate each other As such, the book doesn t really differ that much from the earlier ones, though I felt the scope of this one seemed larger In the first book, I went along with the whole H or V in the thumb to designate family lines even though I found it a silly plot device and I m glad that I did The thumb identification and assumptions it made of the bearer went from the background of [...]


  15. 4.5 Loved this book, as usual Lots of trademark humor and hilarious situations, tempered with some tense, exciting action and several incredibly frustrating moments I can t help but feel sorry for Damien and the challenges he goes through, although he can be fairly over the top at times, doesn t always know when to shut his mouth, and does make than a few stupid choices and bad decisions But, I love him anyway And, I love the other characters in the book and his interactions with them Interesti [...]


  16. If you are new to this YA series better start with book 1 The Rise of Renegade X This story can stand alone, but knowing the character s history is better.This book, the third in the Renegade X series, keeps up the excellent level Although the premise, with the division between heroes and villains who have their own societies is a bit goofy, the author runs with it and makes it worth As in previous books, Damien s voice is very entertaining and compelling He is snarky, sarcastic and difficult to [...]


  17. Warning if you compare this book to the one previous you will be slightly disappointed Over all the book is great it takes the overarching theme of racism or in this case letterism and brings it to the next level Damian is still a child of two worlds and still is struggling where to fit in and what to do once he graduates He is also still selfish and wants everything to go his way The Perkins brothers are dealing with their mom s new boyfriend who is also trying to run their future Amelia is act [...]


  18. Wow I have been waiting for this book for SO LONG Now this book is so tragic It seems like everything is against Damien, but he copes with it all like the badass he is I love how brave he is He is dead set on his ways, like what he thinks is right and wrong and he s willing to go against the League and the Trust, making him literally go up against the world Being a Hero and a Villain places you on two VERY opposite sides of the spectrum, and I think it s awesome how Damien straddles the line bet [...]



  19. Less comedy, less feels, seriousness in this one compared to the second book Still 5 stars, even though the first book remains my favourite so far This part of the series revolves even about where Damian should wants to belong to, and the divide between heroes and villains Including their anger, distrust, hate, prejudice, etc for each other Frankly, while this book is still hilarious, there s a serious overtone over it all The topics that are picked up and discussed discrimination, hate crime, [...]


  20. An excellent novel and an even better third edition to the series Damien is a very interesting character with real problems with his family and friends, and these problems often stem from society s view of him I thoroughly enjoyed how the author used these philosophical ideals in order to craft this story about a young man s struggle against society And for all his powers and abilities, they re not enough to get him out of the situations that he finds himself in, an aspect that keeps the novel i [...]


  21. wordnerdy 2015 05The third book in the Renegade X series after The Rise of Renegade X and The Trials of Renegade X is of the awesome same, as Damien still feels stuck between two worlds mainly because a lot of his classmates and various other heroes are pretty anti villain Lots of great action here, plus plenty of teenage hanging out time My only minor quibble is that all of the IMPORTANT moments involve lengthy speeches, and no one really talks that way I love these characters and this world, [...]


  22. Oh, Damien There were, as always, a number of times when my husband and I both laughed out loud at stuff Damien would say I mean, he s so obnoxious it s kind of hilarious And I still really love his relationships with Amelia and Riley especially And I dearly hope there is another book to come because there s still stuff that needs sorting out I felt like there was a little repetition than necessary in this installment, and sometimes I felt like Damien actually crossed the line with his obnoxiou [...]


  23. This was a great book for character and world development Damien is struggling to find his place in the world he wants to do good, but in his own way Even when the rest of the world is horrified by his ways And then everyone screws with him his best friend, his mother, his grandfatherBut ultimately this book addresses civil rights issues why are villains treated like dirt, even if they ve never done anything bad in their lives Why are heroes assumed to be good even when they re self serving bull [...]


  24. I m very glad this series is continuing as each installment just makes the whole world created in these books all the complex and fascinating The continuing evolution of Renegade X, with his superficial teenaged personality on the cusp of self awareness is once again a highlight, allowing the character to both serve as an ideal and an annoyance forced to react to unusually complex situations or provocative situations in a blunt way that is both comedic and frustrating A very stimulating read wi [...]


  25. Damien is back and is as snarky and sarcastic as usual He matures but you can still see the rebellious teen in him and I just love his internal voice.A very nice and fun read and the quality is consistent with the first and the second novel Chelsea M Campbell s character development is superb.


  26. Great series for teenagers This series is great for teens Take one 16 year old boy with trouble fitting in and add superpowers and you get a series that deals with issues like racism in a way that no one can argue with The author did a great job sounding like a 16 year old boy.


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