Carmine: Rise of the Warrior Queen

Carmine Rise of the Warrior Queen The girl once known as Katie Lopez wakes up in an abandoned Walmart with no memory possessing only the vague sense that something has happened Where is her family Where is her boyfriend She has a fai

  • Title: Carmine: Rise of the Warrior Queen
  • Author: Alan Janney
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  • Page: 314
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The girl once known as Katie Lopez wakes up in an abandoned Walmart with no memory, possessing only the vague sense that something has happened Where is her family Where is her boyfriend She has a faint recollection of him, a ghost of a memory The world, she discovers, is staggering from the weight of rampaging Variants, victims of a bizarre surgery gone wrong Once inThe girl once known as Katie Lopez wakes up in an abandoned Walmart with no memory, possessing only the vague sense that something has happened Where is her family Where is her boyfriend She has a faint recollection of him, a ghost of a memory The world, she discovers, is staggering from the weight of rampaging Variants, victims of a bizarre surgery gone wrong Once intended to bring about a utopia, now the victims threaten societal meltdown Much to her surprise, the girl with no memory discovers she is their queen.

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    1. I loved how this story started off with a lot of fast pace action. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it. Our main character Carmine wakes up genetically enhanced with no memory in a country torn a part. Shes fighting for survival while trying to rebuild her little corner of the world hoping to provide a safe haven to civil war refugees and mutants like her. Now they call her Queen Carmine. I loved reading about how they were rebuilding their own little society. The way their commu [...]


    2. The synopsis of this book interested me when I saw that the main character had awoken in a dystopian world and had no memory of who she was and why she was the way she was. Carmine started off with a punch with Carmine waking up in an abandoned store in a world which she didn't recognise and as the story goes along, we discover that she has abilities which has changed her from the girl she was before. The story then goes along, as she wanders to safety trying to make sense of it all and somehow [...]


    3. Not bad. This is a YA book where lots of people were altered by The Chemist. Not really a virus, more of genetic manipulation. This is the 2nd part of the series. There are 4 books that lead up to this that start with The Outlaw . They seem to be broken up into before Katie was altered, and then Carmine starts after Katie was altered. I didn't realize there was a set before this one when I started reading. However, I didn't feel like I was missing a huge part of the story. Carmine 'Katie', is th [...]


    4. WRITING STYLE:This book is told in the first person from the perspective of Carmine. The amount of effort put into building the world of New Los Angeles is what drew me in. The plot slowed in some places but I feel this was to allow room for character development, the introduction of new characters and some epic world buildingARACTER DEVELOPMENT:The readers are reminded on many occasions that Carmine is only nineteen and in charge of a large number of people. Carmine herself states that she gets [...]


    5. (I received this book free form the author in exchange for my honest review) My Rating: 3 1/2 Stars This book reminded me so much of Resident Evil, well the second movie. As someone who grew up on the games, and have watch all the movies, it wasn't hard for me to make that instance connection. Was this a good thing? Well i'm up in the air about it. I guess when I made that connection I started comparing, so this made me have to put the book down so I could refresh my mind and get back to this st [...]


    6. Here we have a young woman who awakens in an abandoned Wal-Mart with no recollection of who she is. She has a feint feeling that she has a boyfriend but she doesn’t know who he is or where he is. She has also wonders where her family is. After wakening she starts to explore Wal-Mart and decides she needs to do a little “shopping” while she is there before she sets out on her journey. While she is shopping she sees other people there doing a little shopping of their own. It doesn’t take h [...]


    7. She wakes up alone, naked, and with no real memory inside a Walmart. She knows her world has changed. She knows she is a variant. Kidnapped and experimented on, she is stronger than a human. The other changed beings flock to her. She is only 18, but she is strong and they need a leader. She doesn’t remember being Katie Lopez. But she will be Carmine and she will protect them. America is divided. The humans fear the variants, they are hunting them. Some of the strongest infected ones want to us [...]


    8. I was given a copy of this book for an honest review:This book started off with a bang. The main character, Carmine, wakes up in a Walmart without any memories. She learns about an infection and super human people and these people seem to be drawn to her. After gathering a small group, Carmine decides to go to LA to take over another group of super humans, don't ask me why, it just all of a sudden happens. The whole middle of the book seemed to fly by without a lot of excitement or extra content [...]


    9. Well written book. Fun to read.Interesting character development. Though I must confess I like the Chase Jackson character more.You can't help but like Carmine and can't help being a little annoyed with her as well. TeenagersBut really well written and ties in well with the outlaw series.


    10. I won a print copy of Carmine in a Firstreads giveaway.Carmine: The Rise Of The Warrior Queen by Alan Janney is apparently connected to The Outlaw series by Mr. Janney. This is the first book I have read from this author.Carmine definitely makes me want to read more of Mr. Janney's work. It satisfies my craving for good apocalyptic stories. Our heroine, the aforementioned Carmine, is a genetically altered female attempting to bring order to a new kingdom in the wake of ongoing societal collapse [...]


    11. Excellent readI am not your typical reader of this kind of book. I happened to see The Outlaw on my Kindle and was intrigued. After finishing the series I wanted more and Carmine fit the bill. The characters are well developed the plot nicely thought out and the book is just plain fun


    12. Gear shiftDry opening but I found it quickly interesting. Unfortunately it eventually begins to devolve from reluctant leader struggling to make a safe haven against an unjust world into girl struggling to not fall in love with her pre-amnesia\personality split crush. 47% killed my interest in continuing to read.


    13. Not sureI'm not sure whether I like it or not. There aren't any gross continuity errors and the prose flows well. The plot is imaginative.But it didn't really keep me engrossed. I didn't care enough about the characters.


    14. CarmineThis book is amazing and fits in well with the rest of the story. Also the twists and turns make the book addictive and hard to put down.


    15. Nice sequelA nice sequel for the first series. Will have to re read the first series to remember some the things and the story.Will now move on to the second book


    16. The saga continuesI have read 4 books in this series. All are excellent. Very creative, lots of action. Great twist in the end. Glad to see the Outlaw pop in and help from time to time.


    17. I made it 58% of the way through this book before I put it down. The world is unique and includes some super-hero and post-apocalyptic elements and the story started out Really well but then it just kind of fell apart after the first 15-25% or so. The supporting characters don't have much depth and lack personality. There is very little (if any) humor in the book and the plot is chunky while skipping all the good bits.The first chunk of the story can be categorized as the Main Character's origin [...]


    18. Carmine takes you through a coming of age journey of the simple loving Katie we already knew to seeing her become a Warrior Queen! Carmine is humble and relatable. Told from her perspective, I was able to walk with her and see through her eyes as she newly has the responsibility of overseeing an empire. I met new characters who quickly became friends. I empathized as they celebrated freedom and was anxious when they fell in crisis. I loved the romantic and introspective aspect of this book as op [...]


    19. The Outlaw Series ContinuesThis book does not have the breakneck pace of the first four books in The Outlaw series. Janney takes time to introduce Carmine and her self built society. It moves but meanders a bit, as if the author is not completely sure where he is going yet. But don't let that discourage you from reading this or the whole series if you haven't already. The characters are fascinating and likable enough that the reader cares about them. I can't wait to see what happens next.


    20. A great continuation and a new startI was a fan of the outlaw books, increasingly so as the series progressed. This is a tremendous and gripping continuation of the saga. Chase kept my interest because of his adventures. Carmine (nee) Katie does because of her texture and arc as a character (along with the great plot). A great read.


    21. Amazing!!!This is am amazing series. It envokes emotion like not other, has an amazing storyline, and has great characters. For anyone that enjoys a good book, this is for you!


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