Tremble (Denazen #3)
by Jus Accardo
Release Date: May 14, 2013
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Genre: YA Paranormal
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Kale is gone and still with Kiernan and Denazen. Dez will not give up on trying to get him back. She doesn't have much time though because the experiment done on her is starting to affect her mind and powers. Her 18th birthday is coming and then she will die and that is if Denazen doesn't destroy her first. Dez is also trying to find the other sixes in her experimental group and save them as well.
I was happy there was little Jade in this book but Kiernan replaced her as the character I most hate. I wanted to slap her the entire time I was reading! Kale is still sweet and adorable but confused. When he went back to Denazen they manipulated him. His powers grew and he doesn't remember Dez. I adore him but was sad to see him away from Dez. Not to fear they still have plenty of scenes together! I was so angry Kiernan would play along. She wanted to fit in and feel loved by her and Dez's dad but that man is so evil. Denazen was delved into deeper and I learned a lot more back story and that Dez's dad might not even be the most evil person behind it.
Dez and the gang can never catch a break. I kind of like that in this series though. So many books have everything work out perfect but Dez's plans never work out. Whenever they are trying to retrieve something, often times they don't get it. Sad but realistic which I enjoy. I'm kept on the edge of my seat the entire time. Of course my favorite thing about the series is Kale. I love him! The series is worth reading just for him and his love of Dez. So sweet. Like Dez has said herself, even though Kale was brought up in Denzen he came out still a very likeable person. He has a naive innocence that really draws you in and has you rooting for him. I can't wait for the next book in this series!
"I know that I would have died for this person. To keep her safe. To keep her happy-- and I know that it was you."
"I trust you," I repeated.
Leaning close, lips brushing my right ear, he whispered, "Then can I kiss you again?"
"Whatever it was I did to steal your heart when we met, I'll do it again. I swear."
I didn't bother correcting him. He never lost it.
"I don't remember what we had--yet--but I know now in my heart, in my soul, that I am your Kale."