Friday, February 14, 2014

Pushed: Review


She didn’t know how far she’d go—until she was pushed.

Remy O’Malley was just learning to harness her uncanny healing power when she discovered the other,darker half of her bloodline. Now she lives trapped between two worlds, uneasy among her fellow
Healers—and relentlessly hunted by the Protectors.

Forced to conceal her dual identity, and the presence of her Protector boyfriend Asher Blackwell, Remy encounters a shadow community of Healers who will put her loyalties to the test.

Pushed to the limit, with the lives of those she loves most on the line, Remy must decide whether to choose sides in a centuries-old war—or make the ultimate sacrifice and go to a place from which she may never return…


Pushed is pretty awesome as well. More so than Touched in more ways than one. But for some reason I like Touched more than this book. But just so you know, this book has so many good parts and the characters are so good that there's no way to explain it all. It's a pretty nice sequel and I like almost every part of it.

Good parts first. It has a mysterious streak that Touched doesn't have. Remy has to stay safe and figure out away to stay out of trouble while trying to find out more about her dual identity. But danger still finds a way to sneak into her life and it has a potential to destroy Remy's life. This means only one thing: a sense of mystery. Which is something I love. And the outcome is pretty dynamic too. I really wish I had Ignited right now because I can't wait to know what will happen.

Remy is the character I like most in this book. She's so strong through all the bad stuff. And she's very protective when it comes to who she loves. It's a huge surprise to see Gabe is there too, and he has a really big part in Pushed. His presence and scenes between him and Remy gives a new twist to the story. He's not what I thought he would be. There are so much more of him than he lets out to be. It makes me curious about him. I have a feeling we'll see more Gabe in Ignited and I'm so excited because I've grown to like that guy. 

But I like Touched more than Pushed. The first reason (and the main one) is that there are so many angst in Pushed that I just can't stand so much of it. Touched, on the other hand, has the right mix between action and romance and emotions. And then there's just not enough Asher/Remy scenes in Pushed. I miss the cuteness between them a little. But other than that... Pushed is pretty awesome. It's a sequel you will want to read. 

Rating: 7.5/10

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