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Aurora Rising meets Top Gun, with the addition of cybernetic dragons, in this is the witty, romantic, and electrifying sci-fi novel by Andrea Tang. Viola Park's life is over. She's gone from planning her future as a pilot-in-training to resigning herself to life on the ground. And it's all because she made one tiny, not-altogether-legal maneuver on the prestigious GAN Acade Aurora Rising meets Top Gun, with the addition of cybernetic dragons, in this is the witty, romantic, and electrifying sci-fi novel by Andrea Tang. Viola Park's life is over. She's gone from planning her future as a pilot-in-training to resigning herself to life on the ground. And it's all because she made one tiny, not-altogether-legal maneuver on the prestigious GAN Academy's entrance exam. It's bad enough that she didn't get into the Academy, but getting caught cheating? It's probably the worst thing Vi could imagine. Still, there are perks that come with Vi's family legacy at the school, and when Vi learns that recent pilot disappearances have left the Academy desperate for recruits, she does what any good Park would do--uses her connections to wiggle her way back in. But instead of matriculating with the regular class of future Peacekeepers, Vi is forced to enter as a probationary student, which means she'll have to work twice as hard to prove herself worthy of a place in the cockpit of one of the legendary dragon mechs. Lucky for Vi, the Academy has set up a combat tournament for all students, and the prize is a guaranteed spot in the Peacekeeper corps. Unlucky for Vi, she'll have to compete against her probie classmates, including Nicholas Lee, a mysterious boy prone to throwing Vi off her game. And as more Peacekeepers go missing, what starts out as a ploy to save her reputation turns into a fight for the future of Peacekeepers everywhere, and if Vi can't master her mech combat skills, she might not survive the battle. Set fifteen years after Prudence Wu took flight in Rebelwing, a new generation of scrappy young pilots challenge corruption, competition, and more dangerous mechs than ever, as they redefine what it means to be a revolutionary.


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Aurora Rising meets Top Gun, with the addition of cybernetic dragons, in this is the witty, romantic, and electrifying sci-fi novel by Andrea Tang. Viola Park's life is over. She's gone from planning her future as a pilot-in-training to resigning herself to life on the ground. And it's all because she made one tiny, not-altogether-legal maneuver on the prestigious GAN Acade Aurora Rising meets Top Gun, with the addition of cybernetic dragons, in this is the witty, romantic, and electrifying sci-fi novel by Andrea Tang. Viola Park's life is over. She's gone from planning her future as a pilot-in-training to resigning herself to life on the ground. And it's all because she made one tiny, not-altogether-legal maneuver on the prestigious GAN Academy's entrance exam. It's bad enough that she didn't get into the Academy, but getting caught cheating? It's probably the worst thing Vi could imagine. Still, there are perks that come with Vi's family legacy at the school, and when Vi learns that recent pilot disappearances have left the Academy desperate for recruits, she does what any good Park would do--uses her connections to wiggle her way back in. But instead of matriculating with the regular class of future Peacekeepers, Vi is forced to enter as a probationary student, which means she'll have to work twice as hard to prove herself worthy of a place in the cockpit of one of the legendary dragon mechs. Lucky for Vi, the Academy has set up a combat tournament for all students, and the prize is a guaranteed spot in the Peacekeeper corps. Unlucky for Vi, she'll have to compete against her probie classmates, including Nicholas Lee, a mysterious boy prone to throwing Vi off her game. And as more Peacekeepers go missing, what starts out as a ploy to save her reputation turns into a fight for the future of Peacekeepers everywhere, and if Vi can't master her mech combat skills, she might not survive the battle. Set fifteen years after Prudence Wu took flight in Rebelwing, a new generation of scrappy young pilots challenge corruption, competition, and more dangerous mechs than ever, as they redefine what it means to be a revolutionary.

57 review for Renegade Flight

  1. 4 out of 5

    Namera [The Literary Invertebrate]

    I can't believe I read half of this book ONLY TO DISCOVER that the hero spends the entire book hung up on his ex-girlfriend (more girlfriend than ex throughout the book, to be honest). Thank God I skipped to the end. I can't believe I read half of this book ONLY TO DISCOVER that the hero spends the entire book hung up on his ex-girlfriend (more girlfriend than ex throughout the book, to be honest). Thank God I skipped to the end.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Renegade Flight is the second installment in the authors Rebelwing series. The story takes place 15 years after Prudence Wu shook things up in Rebelwing. This story, while featuring an all new cast of characters, still has a few guest appearances from grown up versions of Anabelle Park, Alex Santiago, Cat Park, and Prudence Wu. Set at an elite academy built into the crook of Hong Kong’s highest peak, this novel combine *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Renegade Flight is the second installment in the authors Rebelwing series. The story takes place 15 years after Prudence Wu shook things up in Rebelwing. This story, while featuring an all new cast of characters, still has a few guest appearances from grown up versions of Anabelle Park, Alex Santiago, Cat Park, and Prudence Wu. Set at an elite academy built into the crook of Hong Kong’s highest peak, this novel combines a lush, beautiful setting, with high-stakes action, fierce competition, and gripping conspiracies. Think Hogwarts meets Top Gun. *Full Review @ Gizmos Reviews* https://gizmosreviews.blogspot.com/20...

  3. 5 out of 5

    michelle (magical reads)

    4.5 stars read on my blog rep: Korean protagonist and wlw side character, biracial (Chinese, white) love interest, biracial (Latinx, white) side character, Black side character, Hongkongese side characters, wlw Latinx side character cw: mentions of a toxic relationship **I received an ARC from the publisher through Netgalley (thank you, Penguin Teen!). These are my honest opinions, and in no way was I compensated for this review.** It was an absurd plan. There was being an overachiever, and th 4.5 stars read on my blog rep: Korean protagonist and wlw side character, biracial (Chinese, white) love interest, biracial (Latinx, white) side character, Black side character, Hongkongese side characters, wlw Latinx side character cw: mentions of a toxic relationship **I received an ARC from the publisher through Netgalley (thank you, Penguin Teen!). These are my honest opinions, and in no way was I compensated for this review.** It was an absurd plan. There was being an overachiever, and then there was being eighteen, and trying your hand at what real grown adults who sat on a real international council for one of the most powerful political bodies in the world had, evidently, failed to do. It was almost certainly not going to work. The choice should have been an easy one. But it wasn’t really a choice. It never had been. Not when it came to flying. Last year, Rebelwing quickly made its way into my heart, so I was so excited for the companion book! It did not disappoint; in fact, I think I loved this book even more. Renegade Flight involves a bloodthirsty competition at an elite academy, a sarcastic protagonist, and a romance that I simply adored. After technically-but-not-entirely cheating on the entrance exam for the GAN Academy, Viola Park is devastated when she realizes she might not become a mech pilot after all. However, her aunt Anabel pulls some strings and gets her admitted under one condition: Vi must attend as a one of the probationary students, who are social pariahs. She begrudgingly accepts after Anabel tells her of the Peacekeepers going missing around the world. At the Academy, Vi meets the mysterious Nicholas Lee, a seemingly unbeatable student, and makes acquaintances with the other probies as they are entered into a competition for a guaranteed mech pilot spot. The plot of this book was very intriguing. I love elite academy books for whatever reason, so it was fun to see Vi trying to navigate this environment while also trying to win the conscription bracket and to solve the mystery of the missing pilots. She also has to get over her sudden mech fright, which makes her doubt herself and lose her ability to bond with the sentient mechs. The worldbuilding is mostly set up in Rebelwing, so I liked that we focused more on the technology aspect. In the past ten years, they’ve created sleeker sentient mech dragons. We explore the bond between a person and a sentient more too. I would also just say this is a fun book because Vi is sarcastic and maybe a little selfish, but she’s also kind in the ways that matter. Her witty comments add plenty of humor to an otherwise serious plot, and I really liked her slow-growing friendships with the other probationary students! I think if you liked the tone of the first book like I did, you’ll love this one as well. The other characters were great as well. Vi is wary of the other probie students at first, but they quickly show her that just because they are labelled as criminals, they aren’t bad people. We also get to see some of the previously introduced characters, such as Anabel and Cat, who are Vi’s aunts and guardians, and Alex, who is her music teacher and an uncle figure. I always love when characters return, if even for a little bit, and this was no exception. And then there’s Nicholas, who I could write a whole essay on at this point. This brings me to what was probably my favorite aspect of this book: the romance. I should clarify that it’s definitely not the main focus of the book; I just really loved it. Nicholas is the seemingly cold bad boy who pretends not to feel anything, but in reality, this is just a mask because he’s been hurt too many times before. Vi feels some weird urge to protect him, even though they’re technically rivals in the competition, because he obviously doesn’t care about getting hurt anymore. It all adds up to a dynamic that I adored, and I would do anything for another book involving them. Please! I’ll take another companion book where they show up as cameo characters! Renegade Flight was a thrilling expansion of the world we saw in Rebelwing. The plot was fun, the characters were hilarious, and the romance lovely. I loved our protagonist, and I think if you enjoyed the first book, you’ll definitely love Renegade Flight too! original review: viola park and nicholas lee, I love you rtc

  4. 5 out of 5

    em

    do you want to experience a kdrama & shounen mecha anime at the same time? do you crave for more swoony asian boy love interests? do you want an intense f/f weirdly homoerotic rivalry? do you want academy shenanigans and asshole teenagers competing with each other??? read this book now!!!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Nursebookie

    Renegade Flight Andrea Tang Renegade Flight is Andrea Tang's second book of the Rebelwing series which I read last year and enjoyed a lot! Vi is being haunted by a mistake that cost her big time! Viola Park comes from a family of pilots with a legacy she must be able to carry - but luckily, due to desperation from the Academy she is allowed back in but as a probationary status. Now Vi has to work harder to prove herself to be able to pilot the legendary dragon mechs. In a tournament for a spot in t Renegade Flight Andrea Tang Renegade Flight is Andrea Tang's second book of the Rebelwing series which I read last year and enjoyed a lot! Vi is being haunted by a mistake that cost her big time! Viola Park comes from a family of pilots with a legacy she must be able to carry - but luckily, due to desperation from the Academy she is allowed back in but as a probationary status. Now Vi has to work harder to prove herself to be able to pilot the legendary dragon mechs. In a tournament for a spot in the Peacekeeper corps, she discovers a mystery to the disappearance of the Peacekeepers. This story was set fifteen years after the first book with whole new characters, adventures and challenges. I love that the main character was a Korean and lots of representation from the Chinese, Black and Latinx characters. I enjoyed the strong characters and the plotting of the story. I also swooned over Nicholas Lee and Vi Park, I thought the small bit of romance really added to the story. This was fantastic!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Gina Chen

    Renegade Flight hits every fun, sharp, heartbreaking note of a high-budget mech anime full of overachievers and academic assholery. It's smart! It's smartass! Find out why I yelled out loud multiple times while reading it! (This can be read as a standalone, but you'll miss getting stabbed in the heart every time a REBELWING character shows up all grown up ;;) Renegade Flight hits every fun, sharp, heartbreaking note of a high-budget mech anime full of overachievers and academic assholery. It's smart! It's smartass! Find out why I yelled out loud multiple times while reading it! (This can be read as a standalone, but you'll miss getting stabbed in the heart every time a REBELWING character shows up all grown up ;;)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Gretal

    While I really enjoyed this, much like the first book, there was just something about the pacing that left me wanting. Still, highly recommend these books and I think they deserve much more hype.

  8. 4 out of 5

    USOM

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) TW: anxiety attack, domestic abuse, emotional manipulation After finishing Rebelwing, I wasn't sure where the sequel would go. But having read Renegade Flight I needn't have worried. Tang's second book features Viola, a character that, once I warmed up to her, I ended up loving. Viola is very arrogant, used to the privilege and legacy of her name. So when she's caught cheating and (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) TW: anxiety attack, domestic abuse, emotional manipulation After finishing Rebelwing, I wasn't sure where the sequel would go. But having read Renegade Flight I needn't have worried. Tang's second book features Viola, a character that, once I warmed up to her, I ended up loving. Viola is very arrogant, used to the privilege and legacy of her name. So when she's caught cheating and relegated to life as probationary student, she has to question her motives, friendships, and future. I enjoyed watching Vi get more exposure to different people, to have to question the path she has been following without questioning. She's incredibly sarcastic, sometimes rash, and with a good dose of pride. Throughout I was struck with loving how badass Viola was, even as she's learning how to make friends. Once she cares about you, she's fiercely loyal, honest, and caring. Renegade Flight is about her learning about herself, her own insecurities, fears, and limitations. full review: https://utopia-state-of-mind.com/revi...

  9. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Ah Renegade Flight. How I loved thee. -Vi and Alex's strong familial relationship <3<3<3 -Alex just wanting to make music and not save the world anymore, oh my son -EVEN MOAR ROBOT DRAGONS -The Found Family of Misfit Probies -Pru Wu as a fantastic teacher and spy -Vi's overall character arc. She's such a different and better person by the end and I loved how natural her journey was. -Little in love with Elspeth and Amadeus and would definitely read a whole novel about them. -Tried and true Anime Tournam Ah Renegade Flight. How I loved thee. -Vi and Alex's strong familial relationship <3<3<3 -Alex just wanting to make music and not save the world anymore, oh my son -EVEN MOAR ROBOT DRAGONS -The Found Family of Misfit Probies -Pru Wu as a fantastic teacher and spy -Vi's overall character arc. She's such a different and better person by the end and I loved how natural her journey was. -Little in love with Elspeth and Amadeus and would definitely read a whole novel about them. -Tried and true Anime Tournament Trope!!! So many more robot fights and fight fights than Rebelwing and they're such a joy to read. -Nick's immediate "Nope, I'm peacing out" and sticking to his pacifist nature at the end -Vi and Nick's talk at the end that makes it clear that they're different people with different paths but still care about each other and can still have a strong relationship. -Pru Wu banging pots and pans and screaming herself hoarse at GAN meetings until they let Alex quit just to get some peace

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia

    I loved diving back into Andrea Tang's futuristic world of mecha dragons, rebellious teens, and high stakes competitions in this companion novel to Rebelwing. When Viola Park is caught cheating on her entrance exams to the prestigious pilot-academy, her family finagles her a spot as a student on probation. Soon she's caught up in school intrigues and complex rivalries, while trying to prove her worth as a pilot and a fighter. When established pilots go missing, Viola finds herself on the trail o I loved diving back into Andrea Tang's futuristic world of mecha dragons, rebellious teens, and high stakes competitions in this companion novel to Rebelwing. When Viola Park is caught cheating on her entrance exams to the prestigious pilot-academy, her family finagles her a spot as a student on probation. Soon she's caught up in school intrigues and complex rivalries, while trying to prove her worth as a pilot and a fighter. When established pilots go missing, Viola finds herself on the trail of the villain, while getting caught up in a fraught relationship with the resident bad-boy. All in all, a really fun read with twists and turns, action, and romance.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sara (lyrical.reads)

    [ 4🌟 ] Content Warnings: violence (battle context), blood, physical abuse, allusion to abuse, death of parents (off-age), manipulation mini review to come!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

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  15. 5 out of 5

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  16. 4 out of 5

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  17. 5 out of 5

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  19. 5 out of 5

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  20. 4 out of 5

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  21. 5 out of 5

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  56. 4 out of 5

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