Indelible

Insurrection Book 3

Young Adult - Adventure
527 Pages
Reviewed on 10/14/2017
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    Book Review

Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite

Indelible by Kadee Carder is the third book in the Insurrection series. Like all teenagers, in fact like most people, Saylor is constantly struggling with her identity, her sense of purpose and her self-worth. All around her the battles between right and wrong rage, and the distinction becomes increasingly indiscernible. Who’s right? Who’s wrong? Who does one believe? Who can one trust? The future of Saylor’s world is at stake and her confusion, even given all of her super powers, is hindering her ability to act effectively. As contradictory ideals were presented to her, Saylor thought, “In the battle between wrong and right, the gray area seemed to settle on the edge of my mind.”

Here was a girl who had always lived her life the way others expected: first at the orphanage and then on the island in the Caribbean. Everyone else made the decisions for Saylor. Any time she attempted to follow her own initiative, she somehow brought disaster down upon her and the others around her. So what could, indeed, what should she do when she was actually given a choice? And the gray area between right and wrong was blurring her ability to make the right choice. Or was there a right choice?

As her father, the Commander, tells her, “You are your own person. You have to decide what you stand for. And you have to live with those consequences.” And her friend, Sadie, points out encouragingly, “We all have moments of decisions… sometimes one works out and another doesn’t. That doesn’t mean you’re a lost hope.” Book 3 of Saylor’s story is packed full of excitement, drama and lots of valuable lessons about life. Kadee Carter’s Indelible lives up to its title. It’s a powerful story that will not be easily forgotten and the lessons that the main character learns will help readers in their own lives, even without Saylor’s super powers. A great read. Well done!