REVIEW: Supernova by Marissa Meyer
Updated: Feb 15, 2021
Supernova is the final instalment of the Renegades Trilogy by Marissa Meyer. Just like the other books we follow Nova in her revenge plan against the renegades. The story pretty much picks up where Archenemies left off with Nova/Nightmare having stolen Ace Anarchy’s helmet, using Agent N on Frostbite, Gargoyle and Aftershock to strip them of their powers and Max nearly bleeding to death after frostbite stabbed him.
Having retrieved Ace’s helmet, she then finds out that the Sentinel has found his secret hide out and took him into custody of the Renegades so she must go back undercover as Nova the renegade in order to hatch a plan for his escape.
Nova is still feeling conflict over her feelings for Adrian and her Uncle Ace whether to do the right thing or stick to the plan. She’s starting to wonder if Ace might have been wrong about the renegades after all and is coming to know and love those known as renegades as her own. And of course this being the last book, Adrian and Nova find out about the other’s secret identity which leads them both to be hurt and betrayed by the other but one thing is for certain, they must stop Ace Anarchy from gaining power and team up to put an end to his reign of chaos.
I absolutely loved this book, all of the twists and turns that it provided us where truly amazing. My favourite plot twist was the one in the epilogue. I won’t spoil it but it leads the way for a spin off series that I would for sure read as I definitely want see more within this world and now Marissa Meyer has left open a gap for that.
The expectation for this book was high for me and to see it achieve that and more made me want to just stay in this world. The action and fighting scenes was something I was excited for and it did not disappoint me one bit.
4 out of 5 stars.