Dove Exiled Kindle ↠ Hardcover


  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • Dove Exiled
  • Karen Bao
  • English
  • 04 December 2016
  • 9780451469021

10 thoughts on “Dove Exiled

  1. Wendy Wendy says:

    Dove Exiled the intriguing and absorbing second novel in the Dove Chronicles opens with the threat of an attack on Saint Odan where Phaet Theta has taken refuge with Wes's Earthbound family after escaping the Moon In an atmosphere of harmony and high ideals Wes's father keeps the peace with the Sanctuarists an unobtrusive law force but their hatred for the demons on the Moon is all too apparent As Phaet under the guise of the Pacifia refugee Fay blends into Odan society she learns not only of an alliance between Pacifia and Base IV to attack Saint Oda to transform it into a strategic military base but of the ongoing torture of her brother Cygnus With the Lunar Militia hot on her trail she makes an agonizing decision when an opportunity to return to the Moon arises Although longing for Wes after admitting their feelings for each other and knowing the Committee wants her dead Phaet's determined to save her brother and continue Dovetail's rebellion The plot is fast paced and action packed as Phaet and Wes not only struggle against the alliance intent on destroying Saint Odan and killing the islanders but she and Umbriel break into the prison to free Cygnus on Base I only to find him missing and the militia determined to capture her With every challenge deception and betrayal that Phaet faces the plot thickens as the intensity and suspense buildsIn an emotionally charged setting as Phaet haunted by guilt struggles to stay rational copes with the loss of friends and fights for her life the plot moves uickly and smoothly to an explosive confrontation at the end that begs for a third book In an exciting story that keeps you on the edge of your seat until the end even the romance is heightened when Phaet who's about to say goodbye to Wes finally admits her deep feelings for himAs in all well written and intoxicating plots the complexity and realism of its characters infuse the growing drama with passion and high energy and this story is no exception Phaet aka Fay driven by guilt to return to the moon is determined resilient and brave knowing the Committee wants her dead A sixteen year old who's action oriented and says little she has to deal with her new celebrity status as “Girl Sage” a symbol of the rebellion Wes Carlyle duty bound to protect his family is kind caring and accepting frank about his feelings for Phaet even though he knows they'll be separated Of the other characters in the story Murray Carlyle haunted by her scarring is angry and broken; Phaet's sister Anka defiant and wilful; Eri Phi loyal and selfless; and Umbriel protective stubborn and honest I loved Dove Exiled a thrilling seuel to Dove Arising and can't wait to see where Karen Bao will take the plot and characters next


  2. Karin Karin says:

    Phaet Theta and Wes have been on earth for the past 4 months when the book opens she has exiled herself here from the Lunar Colony where she was born and raised and they are staying with Wes's family However trouble is afoot when they learn that the Lunar colonies have joined forces with one of Earth's to major floating multinational leagues and are coming after the island they are living on Soon Phaet has to decide if she needs to head back to the Moon to help fight this battle T


  3. Nicole Nicole says:

    Phaet reborn as Fay is known as a former engine room slave from Pacifia instead of being known as the fugitive and Lunar's rebel daughter Phaet takes refuge with Wes' family at Saint Oda on Earth However the Odans detest the Lunars and believe they are Godless demons Odans remind me of Amity and Agnegation factions from Divergent They do not like weaponry and fighting They tolerate peace and helping each other However when Tourmalinians show a torture video of Phaet's brother back on the moon Phaet feels guilty leaving her family with the totalitarian Lunar government Things take a turn when Phaet finds out the Lunars allied themselves with Pacifica and are going to take Saint OdaAt first it was hard for me to get into Dove Exiled Set four months after the events in Dove Arising I had difficulty learning all the new characters and about the Odans However after time I became invested with the plot line The pace is slow for the first third of the book but it definitely picks up for the remaining two thirds It's interesting how Wes is willing to help out Phaet even though his parents don't agree with his actionsPhaet is willing to help Wes despite the fact that she has to wait to save her family a little bit longer The friendship between Phaet and Wes is strong They will do anything for each other Transitioning from Earth to the Moon is a little bit rocky but I am glad that I am able to see what is going on both planets Reading about how Lunars and Earthens are affected by the Committee is crucialIt is fascinating to see the Base IV again and the Militia Phaet and Wes trained with only to be targeted as enemies now However not everyone on the lunar base is hunting Phaet and Wes The couple is in trouble as Phaet tries to save her family while Wes tries to save his Phaet can only trust a few people on Base IV Phaet and Wes show some romantic interest in each other but each have their own priorities and they agreed to carry out saving their families first I admire that They don't let lust cloud their vision of what's important In the midst of war with our families clinging to life we've declared some sort of allegiance to each other ARCKaren Bao definitely did a lot of research about terrains and ecosystems She spent time weaving her interests in biology and chemistry into her novel As a lover of biology I appreciated how clever she incorporates the science facts within the novel It adds some depth to the storyPhaet known as Girl Sage to the Dovetailers represents hope like Katniss does as the Mockingjay Dove Exiled is a solid seuel to Dove Arising It will satisfy readers who enjoy The Hunger Games trilogy and the Divergent trilogy


  4. Haley Haley says:

    35 starsDove Exiled is the seuel to Dove Arising It starts out with Phaet on Earth in a town called Odan with Wes Odan is on an island within the Bristish Isles archipelago The Odans hate technology and chemicals and use only organic stuff The use bioluminescent bacteria for lights at night They make their own clothes The Odan’s are not sure what to make of Phaet Wes and her concoct a back story the she is Fay and was an engine room slave in Pacifia a floating city that has a population made primarily of Asian people The Odans call Lunars “demons” because their lack of religion and the Odans a very religious This is mainly why Phaet could not tell then that she is Lunar Wes’s dad discovers her true identity and is not too happy about it Wes and Phaet are exiled but decide to help the Odans out and set off for the floating city of Battery Bay to help them because Pacifia is planning to attack Odan Phaet wants to use Pacifia to get back to Base IV on the moon and save her brother Cygnus who’s being tortured there I really thought the idea floating cities was cool I thought they were going to be just huge ships but they are actually floating cities Real cities with roads or cannels tall towers and homes One was called Tourmaline which is this really beautiful long straight gemstone Phaet gets back to the moon and is a fugitive and trying to save her brother Phaet get turned into a legend a symbol of rebellion kind of like Katniss as the Mockingjay or even Mare as the Red ueen They call her the Sage Girl The rebellion called Dovetail originally formed by Phaet’s mother came up with a plan for the council election Something causes difficulties for their plans This seuel was not bad but I didn’t enjoy it as much as the first book It was a lot shorter and also I forgot what happened exactly in the previous book I think the book begins month later after the first book ended I recommend this book series to fans of Divergent by Veronica Roth Cinder by Melissa Meyer The Hunger Games Matched or Atlantia by Ally Condie Reboot by Amy Tintera and other various dystopian series Also if you enjoy books set in space like Across the Universe by Beth RevisCover Art Review Much better than previous book’s cover Cool illustrations Love the city in the background Haley GMy blog


  5. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    I'm not sure if this book just suffers from severe second book syndrome or if it just doesn't flow well and reuires too much suspension of reality Additionally I'll be nice and say this whole series is heavily influenced by The Hunger Games Phaet the Dove cough Mockingjay becomes the reluctant Girl Sage Girl on Fire for a revolutionist movement against the committee Capitol There's much much in the similarities department but I digressAll this is after spending waaay too long proportion of the book wise with an earthbound Nordic culture that doesn't believe in technology but has managed successfully to put spies in the highly technical lunar bases On the MOON I barely made it through I thought for awhile this would be a DNF for me It's saved a bit when she gets back to what she does best kicking butt but there is way too little to amount to much and it's disjointed and rushed Bummer it had promise in the first bookDon't know if I'll finish out the series


  6. Claire Claire says:

    Again the second book of the Dove series is exciting and reminiscent of several of the uber popular dystopian series Great read but not a contender for MHL because it is YA upper middle and high schoolI ordered the 3 book in the series because I need to find out how the series ends


  7. Lucy Lucy says:

    Aw yiss Can't wait to get this one


  8. Ricky Ricky says:

    Taking the action down to Earth literally does this second book in Karen Bao's kick ass trilogy a great service It allows her to expand the world building by showing us a little of what the world is like 300 years into the future when the continents are pretty much all either water damaged or otherwise uninhabitable and all the remaining territory is either small islands full of natural resources or deadly floating cities that try to capture everything else And the cities of Pacifia and Battery Bay don't just float either they move around You can see one of those moving floating cities bearing down behind Phaet and Wes on the cover and it looks pretty scaryAnother bonus to this book is how sharply critical of humanity it is Not just Western civilization and capitalism but communism as well There's even a point made of Phaet's days in Lunar school when her teachers condemned both those extremes of the economic spectrum And while the two floating superpowers try to gobble up as much of Earth as they can up on the Moon there's sinister alliances happening and even a storyline of election fraud that resonates so much strongly now after Russia rigged our election last year Really my only complaint about this book is that it's too short But it's got me raring to get my hands on a copy of the third and I believe final book ASAP


  9. Phi Beta Kappa Authors Phi Beta Kappa Authors says:

    Karen BaoΦBK Columbia University 2016AuthorFrom the publisher The thrilling follow up to the groundbreaking debut Dove ArisingPhaet Theta fled the Moon and has been hiding on Earth with her friend Wes and his family But Phaet’s past catches up with her when the Lunar Bases attack the community and reveal that Phaet is a fugitive She’s torn between staying on Earth with Wes—whom she’s just discovered her feelings for—and stowing away on a Moon bound ship to rescue her siblings from the wrath of the government who killed their mother But when Phaet makes the agonizing decision to return to the Moon she finds the rebel movement there has turned her into their “Girl Sage” a symbol of their struggle She’s the biggest celebrity on the Moon half the people worship her and the other half want her dead


  10. Anita McDivitt Barrios Anita McDivitt Barrios says:

    Book 2 Dove Exiledor Phaet on Earth with her BoyfriendSPOILER ALERT This review picks up where book 1 ends so if you haven't gotten there yet skip thisWes and Phaet escape to Earth where we learn Wes was an agent of the pacifist nation Saint Oda which is trying to carve a safe space between Lunar raids yes that's how the Moon gets its resources By raiding Earth and the opposing Earth factions of Pacifia and Battery BayOf course the Moon government sends its agents to Earth to flush out Phaet showing a video of her brother being tortured and it works She and Wes come up with a mad cap plan to get back on the Moon so they can rescue her familyExcept nothing goes as planned St Oda is caught in the crossfire and Wes and Phaet are separated When she makes it back to the Moon she learns about her mother's secret resistance society and the role she's destined to playVisit my blog for great middle grade book recommendations free teaching materials and fiction writing tips


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Dove Exiled✤ Dove Exiled Download ➸ Author Karen Bao – Thomashillier.co.uk The thrilling follow up to the groundbreaking debut Dove ArisingPhaet Theta fled the Moon and has been hiding on Earth with her friend Wes and his family But Phaet’s past catches up with her when th The thrilling follow up to the groundbreaking debut Dove ArisingPhaet Theta fled the Moon and has been hiding on Earth with her friend Wes and his family But Phaet’s past catches up with her when the Lunar Bases attack the community and reveal that Phaet is a fugitive She’s torn between staying on Earth with Wes—whom she’s just discovered her feelings for—and stowing away on a Moon bound ship to rescue her siblings from the wrath of the government who killed their mother But when Phaet makes the agonizing decision to return to the Moon she finds the rebel movement there has turned her into their “Girl Sage” a symbol of their struggle She’s the biggest celebrity on the Moon half the people worship her and the other half want her dead.


About the Author: Karen Bao

Karen Bao is a writer musician and aspiring scientist She has a brother three years younger than her and a violin sixty years older than her Born in California and raised in New Jersey she currently studies environmental biology at college in New York City Karen began writing Dove Arising at the age of seventeen.