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Defy the Stars

Defy the Stars Noemi Vidal is a teen soldier from the planet Genesis once a colony of Earth that s now at war for its independence The humans of Genesis have fought Earth s robotic mech armies for decades with no e

  • Title: Defy the Stars
  • Author: Claudia Gray
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Noemi Vidal is a teen soldier from the planet Genesis, once a colony of Earth that s now at war for its independence The humans of Genesis have fought Earth s robotic mech armies for decades with no end in sight.After a surprise attack, Noemi finds herself stranded in space on an abandoned ship where she meets Abel, the most sophisticated mech prototype ever made One wNoemi Vidal is a teen soldier from the planet Genesis, once a colony of Earth that s now at war for its independence The humans of Genesis have fought Earth s robotic mech armies for decades with no end in sight.After a surprise attack, Noemi finds herself stranded in space on an abandoned ship where she meets Abel, the most sophisticated mech prototype ever made One who should be her enemy But Abel s programming forces him to obey Noemi as his commander, which means he has to help her save Genesis even though her plan to win the war will kill him.Together they embark on a daring voyage through the galaxy Before long, Noemi begins to realize Abel may be than a machine, and, for his part, Abel s devotion to Noemi is no longer just a matter of programming.

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    1. Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin on said:

      UPDATE: This awesome book is $2.99 on Kindle US today 8-17-17Well I loved it and I'm glad I did because I'm tired of some of those pretty book covers pulling me in, but that is neither here nor there. I love space books =) It's like my new thing that - uh - started last year. So, it's not THAT new but who cares. In this book it would seem that Earth is a big ole arse hole. I mean they have set stuff loose on the galaxy and other things. They are fighting with Genesis that is another planet that [...]

    2. Simona Bartolotta on said:

      *I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*“And as always, she wishes her most secret, most selfish wish:If only I could explore it all.”•I obviously believe this book to be deliciously written, skilfully paced, blessed with two leads that are absolutely beyond compelling, but I also think I loved as unconditionally as I did because of past conditioning (I think there's a pun here), meaning: are you familiar with Isaac Asimov? If you're not, aga [...]

    3. Elise (TheBookishActress) on said:

      I know many of you may be ignoring this one because it looks like a typical scifi romance drama. Don't. Yes, there is a romantic element, but it's definitely not the whole book. The main characters have a very slow buildup to romance, and it never overtook the book. I'm not much of a romance fan myself, but this book was so much more than that. Give it a try even if you're worried. This book is inevitably going to be compared to every sci-fi book published in the past five years. So here, I did [...]

    4. Cait (Paper Fury) on said:

      Sci-Fi and I generally get on as well as a blackhole eating a hole in your skull in space. Which is to sayt well. Which is to say ONE OF MY BIGGEST LIFE DISAPPOINTMENTS BECAUSE I WANT TO LOVE IT SO BAD. I just get 500% confused when people start bopping about the galaxy and starting wars with stars and existing on packaged protein bars. Like how can you even. I thought fresh cake was the only reason humankind still functions. But regardless -- I did enjoy the characters and the writing in Defy t [...]

    5. Reynita Maharani ★ The Night Reader ★ on said:

      REVIEW TO COME TOMORROWTHE REVIEW IS POSTED NOWMy OpinionI'm a fan of science fiction so when I saw this book in the bookstore, I immediately bought a copy because this book had been in my " want to read " list for over a month and I also loved the cover. but I'm a little bit disappointed in reading this book because I'm a slow reader so it always takes me 5 - 10 days to finish a book and I felt like I kind of wasted my time in reading this book. all those nights I spent reading this book was wa [...]

    6. sana°¤° on said:

      3.5 starsI was here for Kady and Aidan and I got that. Please read my wife's amazing review asap bc she sums up everything I felt perfectly. ALSO:"'We could practice if you want,' he smiles as he starts to expalin, 'Remember what i told you in Genesis? I'm programmed with a wide array of techniques for providing physical pleasure via every activity from kissing to the more arcane positions for sexual intercourse. Although I've never performed them before I'm confident I could do very skillfully. [...]

    7. Khurram on said:

      A great story from Claudia Grey, I saw on the front cover it said for fans of Divergent. As such a fan how did not like the ending or Carve the Mark, this is a space story in the divergent style done right. The book is told from 2 perspectives Noemi and Able. I like the was Grey differentiates between the perspectives and the character development is great. I really prefer Greys style of story telling that the characters do not simply fall in love at first site each character has their moment to [...]

    8. Caitlin on said:

      "We were both looking for each other the whole time."This is my most anticipated first book in the series release of 2017. I've been so excited to read this book ever since I found out about it in November last year. Getting an advanced copy of this book basically made my life and I don't think I've stopped screaming in excitement since I picked it up.I'm complete trash for this author, and honestly she never disappoints. Let's be real, it would have taken a lot for me to give this book any less [...]

    9. Sh3lly ☽ Guardian of Beautiful Squids and Lonely Moons ☽ on said:

      Update August 17, 2017: $2.99 on Us . This was really good and totally worth $3. :) Just to clear things up, the robot does not look like a robot, but a young, attractive human. He's the most sophisticated artificial intelligence ever created. Made to evolve, dream, feel, intuit, and even bleed and cry. His name is Abel. His creator is Professor Burton Mansfield. His only purpose is to obey and serve his maker. Until he meets Noemi Vidal.Noemi is of Chilean descent and lives on Genesis, the only [...]

    10. maggie on said:

      UPDATE: realized this was a br fail and i haven't touched the book ever since i put it on hold so im just marking it as a dnfUPDATE: I HAVENT READ ANYTHING FROM THIS BOOK THIS BR FAILS ITS ON HOLD BC I LOWKEY WANNA FINISH IT BUT NOT NOW BYETHIS IS NOW A BR WITH SOME FAVORITES:the kind one, elisethe traitor who wants me to join the dark sidethe rude bitch who gives me ugly reminders even when she knows i hate themexcited to read this with them! hopefully solomon doesn't ditch us and hopefully thi [...]

    11. Cait • A Page with a View on said:

      This was a hard one to rate because it reminded me of some books I truly love, like Illuminae, Empress of a Thousand Skies, and Starflight!Abel is a prototype mech who's been abandoned for thirty years when Noemi finds him. His programming means he's now bound to protect her, so they set off together on space adventures. Abel's creator is trying to get him back and it's clear he was designed for a purpose since he's almost human. But Abel is attached to Noemi now and she realizes he's actually c [...]

    12. Laura on said:

      3.5 starsA space opera involving robots, a girl willing to sacrifice her life for her planet, and an interstellar war that has been going on for 30 years.Earth is the enemy. They've used up all their resources and have ruined their own planet through pollution among other things. Their solution is to colonize other planets. Genesis is very careful about not ruining their planet. They won't make anything new when something old still functions. Because of this.eir environment is pristine. Earth wa [...]

    13. ✨ k i t k a t on said:

      space, robots & action - what more is there for me to want??? this book exceeded my expectations and i was so happy reading itemi was a great mc, she was brave, strong and badass and not afraid to fight for what she believed which was awesome, i loved how throughout the book she grows as a person as she experiences things she had only dreamed about.abel i also loved, i found myself laughing at some of the things he said :)) i loved his hesitation, that he fought with himself constantly and j [...]

    14. Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink on said:

      Hi hi hi just a reminder I'm doing a giveaway on my blog for this!! (Book/earcuff/earings as pictured below) Be sure to enter! One week left!Here's a link!

    15. Lia Bonnibel on said:

      First of all I'd like to thank the apfelstrudel of my heart for this awesome buddy/dude read. See you in another 50 pages 🖤 "I've never been less lonely than I am now. With you." ACTUAL RATINGS 3.5/5RTC ^_^

    16. Suzanne on said:

      I need the sequel now! This series is pretty addicting already. The dialogue has a good share of funny dialogues between the characters, the characters are so likeable, and readers will love the connection that establishes between Abel and Noemi. This was my first Claudia Gray book (I know, I know, shocker and hiding under a rock) but will NOT be my last. I have to get my hands on her other books sooner rather than later.

    17. Mogsy (MMOGC) on said:

      4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum bibliosanctum/2017/04/29/I first discovered and became a fan of Claudia Gray through her Star Wars novels. Having loved Lost Stars, I next went on to read and enjoy Bloodline, but even then I was aware that media tie-ins cannot give me the full measure of an author. And so I’d hoped to try one of her Young Adult books for quite some time now, which eventually led me to Defy the Stars.The book first introduces readers to Noemi Vidal, a seventeen year old soldie [...]

    18. Maggie ☘ (Reader in Wonderland) on said:

      “Where there’s no free will, there’s no sin.” I don't even know what to say: This book was such a pleasant surprise and I did not, at all, expect to love it as much as I did! Defy the Stars is by far the best book yet written by Claudia Grey. (Also, this is the first time her book doesn't have a love-triangle. Yay!) This is the kind of science fiction I was waiting for. I loved the characters, the slow burn enemies-to-friends-to-lovers romance (which actually didn't appear through most o [...]

    19. Cindy ✩☽ Savage Queen ♔ on said:

      “Where there’s no free will, there’s no sin.”This book is truly a wonderful piece of work. It makes one truly reflect on what it means to be human, to exist. It brings to the forefront the value of life, friendship, family and love. And it makes us question the rather backward notion that some lives are more worth saving.“We are this world. Its next generation. If you’re not trying to save us, then what exactly are you trying to save?”Because it is such a common notion in the world [...]

    20. i. on said:

      Claudia Gray has written a beautiful novel about what means to be human and to have a soul. It may seem an ordinary sci-fi/romance YA novel but it's much more.What makes this novel special, in my opinion, is the development of the characters, a human and a robot and their growth and evolution in the book. They question their beliefs and are able to make tough decisions.Sci-fi fans will like the futuristic society described by the author and romance fans are bound to love the idea of a budding re [...]

    21. Jodi Meadows on said:

      I ended up liking this a lot more than I was expecting. Outer space, hate to love romances, and questions about what it means to be human -- I'm into it.

    22. Kaisu on said:

      S O M U C H L O V E F O R T H I S B O O K !Although, if I'm being completely honest with myself, I guess I was kind of bound to fall in love with this book because my heart and soul literally squeal whenever I see the words space, planet or interstellar war. Add a beautiful, colourful cover and that's it, you've won me over. Publishers, you now know exactly what to put in your blurbs and how to design your covers. Don't thank me. ☆ The characters in this book are incredible. Both Noemi and Abe [...]

    23. Sarah on said:

      (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to Bonnier Zaffre and NetGalley.)“These are the ships of the enemy, the planet determined to conquer Genesis and take their lands and resources for its own forever: Earth.”This was a YA sci-fi story, about a girl whose planet was being taken over by the people of Earth.Noemi was quite a brave girl, and she wasn’t afraid to do what needed to be done for the greater good, even if it meant sacrificing her own life to save her planet.Th [...]

    24. Fables&Wren on said:

      WrensReads Review:So I kind of thought this book was boring. And it might have been the narrators. The gentlemen, bless his heart, who did Abel's voice talked like a robot since Able was a robot. When anyone else talked, it was normal and you could tell that he was great at narrating. But my word when you talk like a robot for half a book, my brains want to melt away from you.When I look back at all the things that happened, I realize that the book probably could have been a solid four star, may [...]

    25. Stacee on said:

      I was super excited for this book when I requested it and somehow never got around to it. And then every time I would look at it, I wasn’t prepared to sit down with a 500+ page book. I really liked Noemi and Abel. They’re so similar and yet so different and it was interesting to see how they learned about and from each other. There are loads of other characters, but the story is focused on these two. Although, I will say I need more Virginia. Plot wise, it was so very dense. There are severa [...]

    26. Amber Robertson on said:

      DNF @ 31%THIS HURTS ME TO DO. I WANTED TO LOVE THIS. I WANTED TO LOVE IT SO BAD. BUT I JUST CANT. I'm not a sci fi reader. I never will be. Space doesn't interest me enough to want to read about it. Illuminae and Gemina were flukes, which I adored. Defy the Stars is not going to be a fluke. Don't get me wrong, the concept is interesting. I just expected more. I wanted so much more from the characters and story by 20% and I wasn't getting it. The fact I was reading so slowly was making me want to [...]

    27. leni on said:

      holy baby jesus on a stick. full review to come once i get my feelings under control again.a big thank you to my flour babe for dude reading this one with me!

    28. ☙ percy ❧ on said:

      "Even ordinary things gain great power when we have been without them for too long." first book i cried legit tears over since Heir of Fire. anyone who thinks YA is shallow and superficial need to read this book because honestly it was absolutely incredible. i had one singular criticism of this book, and that was the ending. however, i have since discovered it is a duology (i did not notice before, on account of the fact that i am an idiot). my criticism of the ending was based on the assumption [...]

    29. Holly on said:

      Pleasantly surprised by this one for sure. Fairly low angst, robot-human space adventure. Interesting world building. Lots of theoretical science. Brings up questions of faith/religion, the environment, and politics. Like most robot scifi it questions the rightness of designing a machine in the shape of a human and pushes the limits of the human qualities its possible to impart on a machine. The love story is really light in book 1. It's also a nice slow burn. I found myself rooting pretty hard [...]

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