Rebels: City of Indra: The Story of Lex and Livia Book Review

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I finally got around to finishing Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s book ” Rebels: City of Indra: The Story of Lex and Livia”. It defiantly wasn’t my favourite book to read, I found it hard to understand at the beginning of the book and it didn’t keep you wanting to read it more. By the end of the book it starting getting better and had more action, you finally begin to understand the story.

 

SPOILER ALERT.

The book which counts 342 pages, is about two girls who know nothing about each other “Lex and Livia” who live in two different worlds one being a beautiful paradise up in the sky and a nightmare of caves and poverty under the earths surface. The book splits back and forth between Lex and Livia.

There is also the government of the city, that follows the citizens every move with access chips which are implanted into their heads and retains their memories for the Archives which are guarded.It doesn’t really explain why the government does this.

It turns out that the girls are actually twins who are both orphans, their parents have both died since having twins in Indra is illegal. As it says in the book if a women does end up having twins one of them will be killed. Yet not in the case with Lex and Livia, their parents decided to keep one of their daughters up in paradise up in the sky while the other one was brought down to the nightmare of caves and poverty under the earth’s surface.

Every women in Indra must take a pill (EX2) that takes away the chances of ever having twins and their father is the one who created such pill.

The two love interests are Kane, he of a “curling smile,” and Zaviar, he of “ice-cold eyes.” ( Taken from “NYMAG.COM” )

On the way they ended the book it definatly seems as if they’re will be another one to follow.

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**PHOTO AND SOME INFO TAKEN FROM NYMAG.COM & KYLIE JENNER TWITTER**

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