Rebel Magisters

Rebel Magisters

Shanna Swendson / Jul 20, 2019

Rebel Magisters Tea Love and Revolution The Rebel Mechanics aren t the only group plotting revolution against the magical British Empire There are rebel magisters as well and Verity Newton and her magister employe

  • Title: Rebel Magisters
  • Author: Shanna Swendson
  • ISBN: 9781620512470
  • Page: 499
  • Format: ebook
  • Tea, Love and Revolution The Rebel Mechanics aren t the only group plotting revolution against the magical British Empire There are rebel magisters, as well, and Verity Newton and her magister employer, Lord Henry, know that the only way for the revolution to succeed is if both groups work together A diplomatic mission seems like the perfect opportunity for them to mTea, Love and Revolution The Rebel Mechanics aren t the only group plotting revolution against the magical British Empire There are rebel magisters, as well, and Verity Newton and her magister employer, Lord Henry, know that the only way for the revolution to succeed is if both groups work together A diplomatic mission seems like the perfect opportunity for them to meet with rebels in other colonies and gather support right under the governor s nose.From drawing rooms, ballrooms, and the harbor in Boston to the streets of Charleston, Verity and Henry find themselves up against stubborn factions of both magisters and Mechanics and increasingly aware that they can only really count on each other as their relationship deepens It may take a real crisis to unite the rebel movements and rally them to the cause but could such a crisis also tear them apart

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        Once upon a time A little girl learned to amuse herself by making up stories in her head She turned everyday activities into exciting adventures, and she made up new adventures for characters from her favorite movies, TV shows and books Then one day she realized that if she wrote down those stories, she d have a book But that was crazy, she thought Real people don t become novelists That was like deciding you were going to be a movie star You couldn t just go and do it.But, it turns out, you can, and she did She realized her dream of becoming a novelist and seeing her stories in bookstores.And then she started to wig herself out by writing about herself in the third person.This is her story The Novelist s JourneyAs I said above in that bit of silliness, I ve always been a writer at heart My favorite way to play was to create stories and act them out with my Fisher Price people, my Barbie dolls or myself and a box of play clothes If none of those things were available, I could just sit and make up stories in my head I occasionally got into trouble for being a little too creative, such as the time when I embellished a bit on my kindergarten experiences where s the dramatic hook in coloring, cutting out and pasting.When I was in seventh grade and a bit old for Fisher Price people, Barbie dolls or the dress up box, I started writing these stories down in spiral notebooks Later, I found an old manual typewriter, taught myself to type, then wrote a lot of first chapters of novels on it I still hadn t figured out how to actually be a working novelist who gets paid for writing finishing a book instead of writing a lot of first chapters might have been a good start , so when it came time to go to college, I went to journalism school at the University of Texas While getting my degree in broadcast news, I managed to structure a curriculum that might also help me in my real career plans I took fencing which I thought would be useful for writing fantasy novels , an astronomy course on the search for extraterrestrial life in case I wanted to write science fiction , psychology, interpersonal communication, and parageography the geography of imaginary lands.I got serious about pursuing my novel writing ambitions soon after I got my first job in public relations TV reporting, it turns out, would have taken away from my writing time when I started joining local writing organizations and reading books on how to write a novel Then I took the big step of registering for a writing conference With the registration fee, you could enter two manuscripts in a contest that went with the conference I figured if I was paying that much money, I d get the most out of it, so I wrote two entries At the conference, I met a real, live editor, who encouraged me to submit, and one of my entries won the science fiction fantasy category of the contest I hurried to finish the novel the editor had asked for, then mailed a proposal.She ended up rejecting the book, but encouraged me to keep trying I ended up selling that novel elsewhere, then sold two books to that publisher before I had another idea for that original editor That book ended up selling, and then one .And then I hit the wall Due to a number of circumstances, some of which weren t my fault and some of which were, I didn t sell anything else for eight years But then I had the idea that became Enchanted, Inc I wrote it, sold it, and here I am.Other Life StuffI think I need to get a few hobbies or something else going on in my life that isn t related to reading or writing because currently my bio in my books is shorter than the about the typeface section Yes, a typeface has a interesting life than I do When I m not writing, I m most often reading Otherwise, I enjoy watching science fiction TV shows and then discussing them on the Internet, working crossw


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    1. Eeeee I love this series! Overall this book is more cohesive and more REBEL-y with the first, along with a SUPER ADORABLE SLOW BURN ROMANCE I'M GRINNING LIKE A FOOL RIGHT NOW *presses pillow to face and squeals into it*Okay. I'm better.While there are a few mysteries I totally know the answer to, ever since the first book) (though it hasn't been revealed in text yet so I could be wrong but I'm so not) and one I totally guessed also in the first book, I lived the plotty shenanigans in Rebel Magis [...]


    2. Rebel with a causeWhat a great second story in this series. I love the characters. All roads lead to rebellion and who doesn't love that. A nice mix of steampunk and magic with some romance on the side. I didn't want the book to end. Can't wait for the next book.


    3. Fantastic second book in this series! It's smart, fun and swoon worthy! The alternate history with magic is such a fun setting to this fast paced exciting story! I loved it and can't wait for book 3! I've devoured these books!


    4. 4.5 starsBefore I get into the whole reviewing business, I want to exhort you guys to give this series a try. I’ve been reading Shanna Swendson since I was a teen, and she excels at magical plots, romance, cuteness, and surprising levels of intensity (surprising because of how cute her books are). I reread Rebel Mechanics before launching into Rebel Magisters, and it was every bit as absurdly delightful as on my first read. Rebel Magisters may be a self-published sequel, but it loses absolutel [...]


    5. If you have read the first book, you will know that Verity Newton is a governess in a rather unusual housee owner of the house, Lord Henry, is part of a group called the masked bandits. They steal treasures from the king and give to the Rebel Mechanics, a group of people who are on a mission to overthrow the government. When The Governer comes to Lord Henry's household and suggests a tour of the colonies by air ship, the family ventures far into their comfort zone. Verity even takes the chance o [...]



    6. It took me a while because I couldn't remember book 1 to save my life. But once things started coming back to me it was an OK read. It was fast paced and had a very innocent G rated romance. The steam punk and alternative magic history was fun to read and explore.At times it did seem to focus on some dull, mundane aspects of life bUT better than the first book.It does end in a bit of a cliffhanger so I hope book 3 comes out. Flora, oldest girl, was surprising in this book and really stepped up a [...]


    7. Hurrah for Rebel Magisters! This is the rousing sequel to Rebel Mechanics, one middle-schoolers all over Texas are reading this year, as it is on the 2016 Lone Star list [see txla/groups/lone-star ]. Rebel Mechanics is an alternate history book with the premise that the American Revolution did not occur in 1776 but happened in 1888 instead because the British, wait for it, were all magicians and had ruthlessly put down the "troubles" in 1776. By 1888, the rebels had discovered steam [yes, that's [...]


    8. I absolutely loved this book, the sequel to Rebel Mechanics, I felt like it was even better than the first one. Intriguing spies, love and mystery made this one hard to put down. I love the alternate history plot and the similarities of that history and ours is fun to point out and notice; and also I have a weak spot for Lord Henry the magister who wants a revolution and Verity the nanny who helps him see it. The only bad thing with this book is I want the next in the series like right now. Oh w [...]


    9. Swendson continues her delightful series set in magical, different reality. The English Empire, with it's ruling magical class, is starting to see the American Colonies slip from their grasp. Verity, a young woman unconvinced of her own merits, is finding her way to this Revolution.With a nice mix of polite romance, enjoyable characters, and just enough world building shown rather than explained, this a clever series worth enjoying.


    10. I am glad Shanna Swendson decided to go ahead and publish this herself after the publisher for the first book in the series declined it. Verity is an appealing heroine, and I look forward to seeing where the rebellion goes next. The romance is rather a slow developing one, which may frustrate some readers, but since this is technically a YA series, it seems appropriate.



    11. honestly I can't stop thinking about these books. they might be the best thing I've read all year. I'm talking the raven cycle level of obsession. I NEED THE NEXT ONE (and my own henry)


    12. I'm happy the author self-published the second book, I really enjoyed it. I hope she's planning to write a third, because I want to know what happens next.


    13. Rebel Magisters is the sequel to Shanna Swendson's Steampunk HIstorical YA alternate reality, Rebel Mechanics. RM and it's sequel R Magisters is how she percieves the American REvolution and subsequent history would have been if the British have magic. Verity and her employer, Magister Lord Henry have already met the Rebel Mechanics and helped them escape out of the city with their machines to avoid being captured by the British Government so they can keep working towards an eventual revolution. [...]


    14. More information, some spying, flying and some characters surprise you, and then we get a sweet-slow romance. Very satisfying!


    15. The thing that first attracted me to this series was the cover of the first book, "Rebel Mechanic". I know you're not supposed to judge a book by its cover but I judged that this series was going to be awesome, and I was right. As the second book in the series, I didn't expect much from "Rebel Magisters" but this book was almost as good, (and maybe even better) than the first book. The book wasn't high action or suspense but actually really tame for a Steam Punk novel. The reason why I loved it [...]


    16. I was an immediate fan of Rebel Mechanics when I read it last year. When it ended, I was a little sad that it was a standalone so imagine my surprise when I saw a fellow blogger add Rebel Magisters on !Much like Rebel Mechanics, this follow-up is fast-paced and entertaining. Verity continues to assist the Mechanics and Henry in starting a revolution against the high-ranking Magisters, only now she becomes a liaison between the Rebel Mechanics and a few choice Magisters who no longer support th [...]



    17. Rebel Magisters:Good sequel- interesting parallels to actual history, especially the allusion to how the Natives were initially blamed for the tea party/used as a scapegoat due to costumes used while dumping tea. The plot was a little loose and non-coherent, though it picked up towards the end, thankfully, once the real action started. I felt slightly bored in the beginning, as almost nothing actually happened. The best sustained part of this book was the romance between Liberty? Verity? (I can' [...]


    18. This is the second book in this series in the "Rebel Mechanics" series and I tend to avoid series because of the waiting for the next book is agonizing. But with this series I'm honestly enjoying it and it is absolutely an enjoyable read. Found myself rooting for Verity and Henry since the last book and ahhh this book was bittersweet. I didn't find myself confused in with anything going on in the story. In general it was easy to keep up, now I can't wait for the third book to come out!!! Fingers [...]


    19. Rebel Magisters was a good sequel to its predecessor. The story focused on the difficult alliances between the mechanics and the magisters. On the other side, we have Verity's and Henry's upcoming romance, which I have to say was slow but believable due to the conditions they were both facing. My favourite part was the ending, because it's hinted that Verity and Henry will have a chance to be together in the next book. The ending, not a cliffhanger, but a hint enough to know what's coming.



    20. While I don't think I enjoyed this book quite as much as the first book in the series, this was certainly a fun installment! Set in an alternate history where the U.S. colonies are still under British rule and those in power (the magisters) stay in power because they can use magic, this picks up where the last book left off. Verity is still working as the governess for a prominent magister family and grappling with her growing feelings for the man she works for but can't have due to their differ [...]


    21. The first book in the series, Rebel Mechanics left off with the mechanics successfully escaping New York City with there machines. Great Britian believes that they have defeated the Rebel Mechanics but what they don't know is that that was just the beginning. Verity and the family she is a governess for go on with their normal lives except now that Verity's employer Henry is in on the Rebel Mechanics and since he is for their cause they Verity and him continue to meet up with some of their membe [...]


    22. This was a solidly written, engaging sequel to Rebel Mechanics. Now that Verity is more firmly entrenched in rebellion, she and Lord Henry see opportunities for the Mechanics to gain the support of disaffected Magisters and join forces, however the two groups distrust and dislike each other. Despite their shared desire to overthrow British rule, bringing the two sides together doesn't prove easy.I felt that the author did a good job of showing how fractured the Magister group really is, with the [...]


    23. The second book in the Rebel Mechanics series picks up soon after the first book. Verity is working with both the Rebel Mechanics and the Rebel Magisters and each group wants the same changes. Verity works to bring these two groups together as a united front to work on starting a revolution. I enjoy how the book mixes some real historical events, such as the Boston Tea Party, and mixes in some steampunk elements along with espionage and a bit of romance. I really like Verity and Lord Henrys frie [...]


    24. So good! This book was so good that I had to buy the next one as soon as I finished so I could continue to watch the story unfold! I love Shanna Swanson's writing and her blend of steampunk-revisionist history-revolutionary-espionage-spy-with a touch of sweet romance works really well! The mysteries unfold well and the foreshadowing combined with the cliffhanger (which is suspenseful but not too the extent that the book feels like it ended abruptly) keep me wanting to know more. The premise of t [...]


    25. I read this book quite a while ago and I loved it. In fact, I loved it even more than I loved the first one. The intrigue of starting a revolution under the thumb of those in power really comes out in this novel as it mostly deals with the magical upper class, who are responsible for the system being the way it is to begin with. It is especially interesting seeing the difference in the reasoning behind rebelling against the current government in this upper crust group as opposed to the motivatio [...]


    26. I love the character development in this book, and how not every magister is a snobby ass. It was actually really surprising how many people where involved with the revolution, both Mechanics and Magisters. I also love how Flora is secretly such a badass and super smart and perceptive. (I always knew she wasn't a shallow bitch!) I guess she represents a lot of society today. It underestimates women, non-heterosexual people, ect. Some girls feel obliged to act stupid and think all their good for [...]


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