The Alliance

Shannon Stoker


The Alliance

The Alliance

  • Title: The Alliance
  • Author: Shannon Stoker
  • ISBN: 9780062271761
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback

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To overthrow a brutal dictator and free her country, a brave young woman will risk her life and liberty to spark a revolution in this explosive final installment in Shannon Stoker s electrifying Registry trilogy Beautifully written a chilling and shocking look at a futuristic America that will stay with you long after you close the book Jennifer L Armentrout on TTo overthrow a brutal dictator and free her country, a brave young woman will risk her life and liberty to spark a revolution in this explosive final installment in Shannon Stoker s electrifying Registry trilogy Beautifully written a chilling and shocking look at a futuristic America that will stay with you long after you close the book Jennifer L Armentrout on The RegistryMia Morrissey fled to Mexico to escape the government marrying her to someone she did not love Now, she s going risk everything so that the rest of America can be free Going undercover as part of a diplomatic mission, Mia returns to America But life there is dangerous than ever as the walls grow ever taller, and the forgotten country faces its most ruthless leader yet, Grant Marsden a shadow from Mia s past With the help of Andrew, Carter, and other members of the subversive group Affinity, she embarks on a perilous journey to defeat Grant, bring down the government, and destroy the Registry once and for all When a terrible betrayal exposes the operation, Mia discovers that her enemies have used her and so have her friends Alone and frightened, she s uncertain who to trust or whether the mission is worth what she s sacrificing.With the fate of her friends and the future of her country on the line, Mia knows that her next step may be the last for her and America.


Recent Comments "The Alliance"

Review from an ARC for a fair and honest review.Love, separation, war, peace, the bigger picture. Does being right mean never doing something wrong? Along with filling us in on Mia, Andrew and their rag tag crew, still running from the militant and tech. supplied Grant Marsden and the US Government, The Alliance tries to answer that question.I'll be honest, the first book was just ok, and the second got better, the 3rd is the best of the series. It's full of (finally) fully developed and rounded [...]

I admit that I was a little reticent to continue “The Registry” series, by Shannon Stoker, but the premise was promising enough to get me to give “The Alliance” a try, and I’m glad a did.While the writing still lacks some polish and over-use of certain words (said being an example), the author showed a great deal of growth in how she handles character interaction and personal thoughts. The backstories sprinkled throughout made the characters feel less like and more like humans. I genui [...]

The Alliance by Shannon Stoker is book 3, A Registry Novel, and although I haven't yet had the opportunity to read the first two books in that series, I had no problem followin Mia Morrisey's exciting race to defeat an evil politician (who wants to rule the world) and create a revolution against the current system which makes the boys club a style of government. This novel was very fast paced, well written and exciting. Good reading!

A great end to a great seriesI loved how Stoked used journal entries to give her readers more insight into the events leading up to the Registry. If you have enjoyed the rest of the series The Alliance will not disappoint.

This was a really great series!

Wow Shannon, you truly have a gift for capturing the mind. :) I look forward to more.

I love how all the loose ends get wrapped up in this and all of the key characters fall into place.

this authors imagination was so on point in this trilogy that I could not put it down. The concept I think is done in some countries on one extent or another.

Review to come, along with a Story Diary that I will create on astorydiary near release day! Stay tuned.

Rating: 3.5 starsI have finally finished this trilogy. Once again Mia and not only her but everyone throughout the book had tremendous character growths. Throughout her journey Mia and her companions have lost people that they cared about. Mia more so than anyone else. Let's take a moment to commemorate the lost of a few charters from when the book started to now. There is Whitney (Mia's best friend) who died half way through the first book, then in the final book there was Flo (Mia's French Men [...]

This book was fabulous! Only thing is I wish I would have gotten a epilogue of what happened after everything resolved. I needed more of a conclusion.

This one took a lot longer to get through then the first two. Less interesting all around but still a good read.

This review was first published on my Damian Daily blog at damiandaily.wordpress/2014The Alliance is the concluding novel in Shannon Stoker’s Registry trilogy. The dystopian future premise is based upon a world where much of the female population was wiped out in the U.S. Women became valuable, but they also became possessions sold to the highest bidder. Boys were undervalued, to the point of being disposable. They were only able to survive in the world and eventually in the mandatory military [...]

Thanks to LibraryThing and William Morrow for the opportunity to read this series and provide an honest review. I've read this entire series and found it both interesting and entirely freaky. It's hard for me to read about what happens to the United States in these books and not be concerned that there's a real chance that something similar could happen today. While the shift toward viewing women as property is facilitated by a massive plague in the series (a side story that I wish got more atte [...]

My favorite book of the series! This isn't generally the type of book I read, but I am genuinely thankful that I found Shannon Stoker's Registry series.I really liked the development that happened with Mia. Through additional exposure to good, confident, women she starts understanding what makes a woman strong, as well as having a mentor/role model. She found inspiration in her life.The journey to destroy the registry and break the stranglehold the government has on the population continues. Ple [...]

What an ending to this series!!!I was intrigued to finish this series because I was unsure how it would unfold. I was thrilled to learn more of the backstories to some of these supporting characters. It made the connection between myself and these characters enhanced and I genuinely started to care for them some. Mia stayed true to her original character which surprised me a bit. Yes, she grew some, but she truly did not waver in who she was from the get go. Grant was still as creepy and bothers [...]

What an ending to this series!!!I was intrigued to finish this series because I was unsure how it would unfold. I was thrilled to learn more of the backstories to some of these supporting characters. It made the connection between myself and these characters enhanced and I genuinely started to care for them some. Mia stayed true to her original character which surprised me a bit. Yes, she grew some, but she truly did not waver in who she was from the get go. Grant was still as creepy and bothers [...]

So I'll admit that the reason why I finished this trilogy was our sheer duty: I started it and might as well finish it. Overall the story itself was interesting but I felt like the plot went too fast and the problems that arose before Mia and her friends seemed to resolve far too quickly and therefore un realistically. It just didn't seem legit to me how everything managed to work out in the blink of an eye. I wish things could've worked out differently in terms of the way the story evolved but [...]

**I received this book free from Edelweiss/William Morrow in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.***Genre* Young Adult Dystopian*Rating* 3.5-4*Full Review to Follow*All in all, not a bad way to end a series. Definite & positive character growth by the lead character, a cast of characters that come together from all walks of life, an end to a seriously annoying megalomaniac, and a back story that shows how the Registry and Aff [...]

Taken from : To overthrow a brutal dictator and free her country, a brave young woman will risk her life and liberty to spark a revolution in this explosive final installment in Shannon Stoker’s electrifying Registry trilogyBest out of the three though it means the story is over. I wonder if we will ever see a Post Registry world and maybe how the country repairs it's image and the people who they betrayed acted in the coming days after everything ended.

Genetics or environmentA great culmination of a possible society. The Great Commander got exactly what society had made of the boys with Grant. Mia being a mixture of both genes and environment. Not realizing till later what family is and means. Grant and Mia meet at the start and the end of the story. It all comes to an exciting conclusion of their story.

A much more satisfying book than the second; this ends Mia's story. While I felt the love story was much lower in quality than the social revolution part, I liked the character growth and the ending both wrapped things up and left them open so it felt right.

This series is 'V for Vendetta' for teens. I mean that as a compliment to its movement and intensity, not so much a compliment to its practically copycat plot twists.

The 3 books were worth reading. This was not what I was hoping

I love this trilogy! Read the last book in one day.

I am happy how this ending. Grant M deserve what he was looking for. But reading this story was very swift.

Good book. I enjoyed Mia along with the strong feminist vibe. Ok as a standalone but I'm certain it would have appealed more if I read previous books.


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