The Pursuit

The Pursuit Let the chase begin Six years ago with the financial collapse of her country and the death of her parents Carrie Ashworth swore to protect her siblings She has fought to build a life for them in her

  • Title: The Pursuit
  • Author: Rebecca Belliston
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  • Page: 268
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  • Let the chase begin Six years ago, with the financial collapse of her country and the death of her parents, Carrie Ashworth swore to protect her siblings She has fought to build a life for them in her illegal clan Now home and recovering from a government spread virus, she s ready to pursue a little happiness of her own With Greg.Greg Pierce has no plan to join thLet the chase begin Six years ago, with the financial collapse of her country and the death of her parents, Carrie Ashworth swore to protect her siblings She has fought to build a life for them in her illegal clan Now home and recovering from a government spread virus, she s ready to pursue a little happiness of her own With Greg.Greg Pierce has no plan to join the growing rebellion or their Live free or die mentality Even after compulsory military service deepened his hatred of President Rigsby s regime, he wants nothing than to leave it all behind and start a quiet life with Carrie in Logan Pond But when word reaches them that Oliver, their patrolman friend and protector, is missing, Carrie and Greg are thrown into a race for survival Chief Jamansky has discovered Oliver s little secret and now he wants revenge, forcing their clan to consider abandoning Logan Pond forever.In this battle for siblings and friends, for homes lost and freedoms stolen, the citizens must ask How far would you go to pursue happiness The stakes are pushed to their boundaries in this highly anticipated final book in Rebecca Belliston s Citizens of Logan Pond trilogy, bringing her epic love story to an unforgettable end.

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    • Rebecca Belliston

      Rebecca Belliston is the author of five novels, clean romances with heart pounding suspense In D tale Magazine called her dystopian trilogy, CITIZENS OF LOGAN POND, a piece that should be required reading for young and old alike In addition, Rebecca has written and arranged nearly forty religious and classical style pieces When she s not writing books or music, she loves to make sarcastic comments, play tennis, or curl up with a good book usually not at the same time She and her husband have five kids and live in the gorgeous state of Michigan WEBSITE rebeccabelliston FACEBOOK facebook rebeccalundbe TWITTER twitter rlbelliston BOOKBUB bookbub authors rebec SUBSCRIBE alturl wijhb

    585 thoughts on “The Pursuit

    • It's hard to believe theseries is coming to a close! The idea for Life, Liberty, and The Pursuit came eight years ago. I was thinking about the end of society as we know it and thought, "What if it's not from some huge catastrophe or war? What if it happens because of the collapse of the dollar?" From there, the story grew into the trilogy today. The phrase, "Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" is taken from the United States Declaration of Independence, signed July 4, 1776."We hold the [...]

    • **This is Book 3 and these books must be read in order** I'm a little bit devastated. This has been an amazing series and I'm so sad to see it come to an end. These characters have jumped off of the pages, coming to life for me. I feel like they are real friends (and enemies) and this thrilling conclusion is perfect for these people. But I really don't want to leave Logan Pond yetThis story is very believable, as it takes place in the not-so-distant future. Chief Jamansky is pure evil and it is [...]

    • I was so happy to read this last book in the Citizens of Logan Pond series but sad because I really have enjoyed them and the characters. But the twists and turns throughout had me really struggling to set it aside as needed. I wanted to just read straight through but life and exhaustion made this book take longer than I wanted! But I finally finished it! Oh my word how many twists were involved? Lots. I didn't see some of them coming and others I anticipated something like that to happen. Carri [...]

    • A timely book. The fictional world created by Belliston is incredibly scary because it is so plausible. The trilogy begins after a complete collapse of the US economy. The remaining government under President Rigsby enacts emergency laws, restricts freedoms, and makes little progress toward a return to normalcy. The population is divided into roughly four groups: government workers, people who were at least moderately wealthy before the crash, a huge majority who are essentially government slave [...]

    • This is the conclusion to the Logan Pond series. It started out with a heart-thudding scene and never let up. I kept cringing, grimacing, wringing my hands as scene after tense scene kept upping the suspense. It was a nail-biter’s nightmare (which means it was awesome in the literary sense—but terrible in the manicure department). There was non-stop action as Carrie, Greg, Amber, Zach and Oliver struggled to survive in the United States of Terror as Chief Zamansky and other evil power player [...]

    • This is the third book in the Citizens of Logan Pond series and definitely my favorite of them all. Each book got progressively better and I'm glad I stuck with this series after the first book (which wasn't my favorite). In my review of the first book I mention that I don't like Greg at all. I'm not sure I came out of this series loving him, but he definitely mellowed and became less abrasive in books two and three. He has many redemptive qualities that came out more in the second and third boo [...]

    • I was looking forward to the conclusion of this series, because Liberty left me really hanging and I wanted to know just what happened to all of these characters I had grown to love.I like Carrie, I love the way that she is so naive and really still expects the best of really everyone and everything around her. But at the same time, her naivety, gets her into trouble in the world that she lives in. I love the way that she goes through many hard things and is really able to bounce back from her h [...]

    • Pursuit was absolutely captivating! This is the final book in the Citizens of Logan Pond series and I couldn't have hoped for a better finale. There are so many twists and turns, lies, deceptions and schemes. It leaves you on the edge of your seat wondering what is going to happen next.Pursuit has a really good pace. It moves fast and there's lots of action and drama. Then some times it slows down and time stands still like you're actually seeing what they're seeing, you're feeling and experienc [...]

    • 4.5/5.0“The Pursuit” is timely fiction set in a dystopian America where a president has seized power, making law-abiding citizens enemies of the state. Read full review in the 2017 February issue of InD'tale Magazine.

    • Finished reading “The Pursuit”--- the last book of the dystopian trilogy “Citizens of Logan Pond”. Couldn’t put it down. Love Love Loved it. Full of suspense and romance, and is a thought-provoking story on top of it all. I highly recommend this series!

    • Lots of action and suspense in the last book of this dystopian series, but just enough cute moments too for those who like romance. I loved how each book really went with the title and connected all together with her theme. #CitizensofLoganPond

    • I loved this book and the series!! The idea of what would happen to our country during a financial collapse is such a fun and intriguing premise of this series! Specifically with this book, I think it is amazing how this is book three and it was just as good, if not better, than book one. Many times the first book in a trilogy is the best and you are let down by the other two a bit. But I didn't feel that was the case here at all. I think the third one may have been my favorite! This is a must r [...]

    • This one wasn't as good as the first two, but it was still worth the read. Greg is still my favorite character. I love his down home vocabulary and gentleness, his intelligence, and his fighting spirit. I love that he (and the others) finally got the happiness he worked so hard for. The motorcycle scene was funny. As was the ribbing he gave Jamansky about his bed. It seemed to get a little crazy at some points with everyone getting arrested. And some of the story wasn't totally believable. But I [...]

    • Awesome conclusion to the seriesThis was a great book! It had been quite a while since I'd read the second book so I didn't remember all the details of what had happened, but the author did a good job of filling in the blanks so it all made sense. I loved the characters and how they all developed through the series. The plot was fast paced and intriguing and made it hard to put the book down. But alas, I had to take care of my children and wasn't able to read for hours on end like I wanted to, l [...]

    • What happened to the dogs? Other then that I really enjoyed this story. The twists, the truns had me guessing and hanging on. I did find it a little scary how realistic some this story seemed for a dystopian noval, a genre I usually don't like this up there!

    • IntenseThis was a hard one for me to read. It was intense the whole time. Everything went wrong the whole time. I liked the idea of everything that happened, I just wish some things had gone their way some of the time.

    • I don't know what to rate this book. I loved the series but this book kind of dragged for me. I skipped a bunch and just wanted to know how it ended. I was over it. But it was really good and intense. Maybe I read them too fast so to much of a good thing turns bad?!?!

    • A good finish to the series. It was nice that there was more happening than just wrapping up previous problems from the earlier books. Definitely a series I would recommend.

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