I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Generate by Megan Thomason
Series: Daynight #3
A leader of the free world with an appalling agenda.
A medical advance that promises to cure, kills instead.
A declaration of revenge.
An act of war.
The race to stop it all.
Fear The Second Chance Institute. After decades of plotting and testing, the SCI stands ready to execute their plan and annihilate anyone who threatens it. They’ll stop at nothing and for no one—not the Deny the SCI movement, nor the Exiler Nation, Arbiters, and Genitors—even if it means war.
Fear Kira Donovan. Empowered, determined, and bold, Kira must persuade the Genitor leaders to stop the atrocities happening at the hand of the SCI—or, if they refuse, she’ll risk everything to do it herself.
Fear Ethan Darcton. Unwilling to submit to any authority, Ethan embarks on his own agenda, teetering loyalties between the Arbiters, the SCI, and the Deny the SCI movement on Earth.
Fear Blake Sundry. Rewarded for his sacrifice, Blake finds new life on Aether, an assignment to watch over the Exiler Nation, and unlikely allies in his crusade to save innocent lives.
Full of suspense, action, warring mandates, romance, and humor, generate is book #3 in the award-winning, bestselling daynight series.
I beta-read Generate, the third book of the Daynight series. This book has a ton going on. All the characters from the previous books are back and have their own subplots. Everything is just cranked up to maximum here…tons of story, tons of action, lots of drama and peril. Kira has to come to grips with what it means to be a genitor while the Second Chance Institute plans genocide on Earth, and rebels wreak havok and death on Thera. Ethan has to make his way between being an Arbiter and being part of the SCI. Jax continues to be Kira’s romance, but he also must deal with the other arbiters and with the genitors. And speaking of genitors, the book gives a very revealing and exciting look at their world. Not only do we learn about Kira’s abilities, but also more about B, the kid from Arbitrate, and about the leadership of the genitors. It really wasn’t anything like I imagined things would be after reading Arbitrate, but I found it to be a great story. Kira has a ton of power and she uses it, but at a great cost. Every character gets great closure here, and its a fun read.