Saven Disclosure (Saven #2) By Siobhan Davis [Arc Review]

RELEASE DATE:  April 21, 2016
AUTHOR: Siobhan Davis
GENRE: Young-Adult, Sci-fi, Dystopia, Romance.
PUBLISHER: Siobhan Davis


To protect Logan, I have no choice but to deceive him.
But I’m not the only one hiding the truth.
Will our love survive all the secrets and lies?

Enemy alien ships crowd the skies over Earth while the world waits with bated breath. The Saven have been exposed, and where once they were abhorred, they are now championed as our greatest ally and our only possible savior.

Logan and Sadie have been separated, and the longer he is gone, the more their love is tested by duty, doubts, and deception.

Sadie and Jarod have infiltrated the highest levels of government, but they are playing a dangerous game. Surrounded by people with conflicting agendas—hell-bent on using her for their own aim—Sadie is confused when the lines between good and evil are blurred. It’s impossible to tell friend from foe, and no one can be trusted.

When the full extent of the experiments taking place in Sector Twenty is disclosed, Sadie can no longer sit back and watch as the lower classes face a horrific fate. Racing to save her loved ones and mankind, she risks her own safety and the love she’s waited a lifetime for to do the right thing.

But no one thought to save her from herself.


MY REV (Copy)

*Arc received from the author in exchange for an honest review *

Saven Disclosure turned out to be a lot more more exciting than the previous installment. I enjoyed Saven Deception but I loved Saven: Disclosure. I was totally hooked from the first page and the story got much more interesting with each turn of the page. The plot is more intense than it’s prequel and I have to say it was simply brilliant. I really enjoyed Logan and Sadie in this sequel and also some new characters introduced in it. This book was a perfect package of action, suspense, romance and adventure.

The story started from where it was left off in the previous book. Now Saven is finally exposed to all the people on earth but a new threat from another alien race who are quite deadly than Saven has appeared.  With the help of Jarod, Sadie finally meets the mysterious rebel leader who sees Saven as nothing more than a enemy that needs to be exterminated. When Sadie  learns about the horrific experiments done in sector Twenty, She wants to save her sister and also all the lower class people fated to it. Unfortunately, joining the rebels is her only option to save them all but it also means she has to go against Logan and his family. In all of this turmoil, the love between Logan and Sadie are once again tested with both of them distant from each other. As their bond became more strong and when everything seems to be going right, a shocking revelation breaks them apart.

Sadie’s gotten a bit mature but she still have her sassiness within her which is something I always like about her. She’s very stubborn and very determined person who’ll go to any lengths to save her loved ones. Logan also matured a lot but I was a bit annoyed with his over protectiveness towards Sadie. The relationship between Sadie and Logan has become more intense and I liked the hot chemistry between them but their over protectiveness towards each other has done nothing but built more lies between them which eventually made them question their relationship. As a saven prince and a future king, Logan has many responsibilities to uphold and to protect Sadie, he refuses to disclose any information regarding their negotiations with the enemy alien race which makes her pretty mad but she’s got her own secrets to hide and she didn’t want to burden Logan. When all the lies are surfaced, they finally come to realize how much they became distant with their lies to protect each other and their love becomes more strong by building more trust in their relationship.

 As for the supporting characters, I liked Sadie’s sister Ella, Jarod, Haydn and also the alien princess and her guard who appears in the second half of the plot. Ella is totally opposite of her sister, she is very sweet and innocent. I always liked Jarod for his fun personality and I definitely ship him with Ella.  I felt bad for Haydn, sadie’s bodyguard and I hope he finds someone special pretty soon.

The plot is very engaging with lots of twists, turns and surprises which finally ended with one big explosive cliffhanger. Seriously, I didn’t see that coming  it was totally unpredictable. In this book, not only did we get to know more about Logan but we also get to know the reason why his brother Dante hates him so much. The pacing is quite good and the writing is gripping and easy to read. The world building is the best thing that I love about this series and we get to explore alien worlds and galaxies which I immensely enjoyed.

Overall, it was amazing and I’m not at all angry with the huge cliffhanger at the end because they always makes me more enthusiastic for the next installment in a series. Anyway, I can’t wait to see what the author has in store for us in the next.

Saven: Disclosure is the second installment in the thrilling YA sci-fi series Saven and I definitely recommend it to all the YA sci-fi romance fiction lovers.

MY RATING: 4-stars14-stars1 4-stars14-stars1[4/5 Stars]

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4 thoughts on “Saven Disclosure (Saven #2) By Siobhan Davis [Arc Review]

  1. Nerdybirdy @ Daydreaming Books May 1, 2016 / 1:35 am

    I’m sooo glad you loved this one! Cannot wait to read the next book. This series is getting more and more exciting! Great review Raven! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • ravenblake99 May 2, 2016 / 12:50 am

      Thank you! ❤
      Me too! I've already gotten a copy of Denial from the author so I'm looking forward to read it soon. 😀

      Liked by 1 person

      • Nerdybirdy @ Daydreaming Books May 4, 2016 / 9:27 pm

        Me too!

        Liked by 1 person

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