The Diabolic

The Diabolic Nemesis is a Diabolic Created to protect a galactic Senator s daughter Sidonia There s no one Nemesis wouldn t kill to keep her safe But when the power mad Emperor summons Sidonia to the galactic cou

  • Title: The Diabolic
  • Author: S.J. Kincaid
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  • Page: 499
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  • Nemesis is a Diabolic Created to protect a galactic Senator s daughter, Sidonia There s no one Nemesis wouldn t kill to keep her safe But when the power mad Emperor summons Sidonia to the galactic court as a hostage, there is only one way for Nemesis to protect Sidonia.She must become her.Now one of the galaxy s most dangerous weapons is masquerading in a world of corruNemesis is a Diabolic Created to protect a galactic Senator s daughter, Sidonia There s no one Nemesis wouldn t kill to keep her safe But when the power mad Emperor summons Sidonia to the galactic court as a hostage, there is only one way for Nemesis to protect Sidonia.She must become her.Now one of the galaxy s most dangerous weapons is masquerading in a world of corruption and Nemesis has to hide her true abilities or risk everything As the Empire begins to fracture and rebellion looms closer, Nemesis learns that there is something stronger than her deadly force the one thing she s been told she doesn t have humanity And, amidst all the danger, action and intrigue, her humanity might be the only thing that can save her, Sidonia and the entire Empire

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    • Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin says:

      Re-read on audio just in time for the second book coming tomorrow on Halloween 2017!! And I still freaking love it! Woot! ❤️I freaking loved this book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!All the stars baby!I love Nemesis! She is bad @ssed but a really good diabolic and their not supposed to have feelings, goes to show what they know. She is a lethal weapon but she never really liked what she had to do to learn some things. She had to be trained to kill with no hesitation so she could [...]

    • Cait (Paper Fury) says:

      This was very stabby and I LIKED IT. Because, well, I have a small love for all things stabtastic (shh, that's a word) and I loved how we got an actual vicious protagonist here who is all anti-hero and inhumane tendencies and stunted emotions and fantastic at stabbing things and WOW, I JUST REALLY ENJOYED THIS. Although I do not like one of the finale plot twists because #illogical. But pfft. Will I let a few small cantankerous feelings put me off? NO I SHALL NOT. GOOD BOOK IS GOOD.Also you get [...]

    • Chelsea Humphrey says:

      That cover is shiny and gorgeous, right? It’s initially what made me start oogling this book from afar and keeping it on my radar for months before finally taking the time to read and review it. I finally had a legit excuse to jump on the bandwagon once my Literary Box copy arrived, and while I’ll go into more detail below, I was so grateful I chose to read their copy with the author’s notes inside. This detail made the difference in my final star rating, which I decided to round up to a 4 [...]

    • LolaReviewer says:

      I couldn’t help but repeatedly scrunch up my nose as I was reading The Diabolic. It’s ridiculously brutal and annoyingly unsatisfying.People die like petty, unimportant flies. No one even bats an eye, or so. I hated it. Normally, I only raise an eyebrow and then carry on (depending on who is dying) but the deaths in this book are revolting.Come on, I get that this is a standalone and that, technically, the author can do whatever she wants with the cast since there will not be any sequels, bu [...]

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    • Chloe says:

      I ended up absolutely LOVING this book! The plot, the world-building, the politics, the slow burn imperfect romance, the friendships, the fact that the mains are morally ambiguous . this book was amazing! If I were to compare it to anything, I'd say it's like Graceling mixed with The Lunar Chronicles and then amped up, making it more brutal and graphic at times than both.It's a known fact that I'm not the hugest sci-fi fan. The reason for this is because I'm just not scientifically minded, I'm n [...]

    • maymay ☕ says:

      I am scrolling up and down throughThe Diabolicreviews and seeinglotsof strange things: 4 and 5 star ratings ?????Average of 4.07 rating from almost 3000 reviews ???? Excuuuuuuse me, ARE WE READING THE SAME BOOK??? The Diabolictakes place in a sci-fi world whereDiabolicsare created and chosen to protect their master.Nemesis,our MC, lives to protect and love and care solely for the Senator’s daughter, Sidonia. But when the power-hungry Emperor demands Sidonia as hostage for her father’s action [...]

    • maggie says:

      Diabolics weren't people.We looked like people, to be sure. We had the DNA of people, but we were something else: creatures fashioned to be utterly ruthless and totally loyal to a single individual. We would gladly kill for that person, and only for them.When I first read that quote, I thought Nemesis was gonna be loyal so Sidonia, but I was quite wrong. Although I wasn't upset with it, I kind of wished Nemesis would choose Sidonia, but authors sometimes gotta bring other characters into the sto [...]

    • Sh3lly ☽ Guardian of Beautiful Squids and Lonely Moons ☽ says:

      I read this for the 2017 MacHalo Group Reading Challenge.Review:July 5, 2017: One of my favorite books is $1.99 today! If you like space operas with some stabby stabby, pick it up!Please bear with me for a shameless bump. (But this book deserves it!) The most amazing thing happened to me Someone reached out from Quarterly about their YA Literary Box. I was offered a sample box that had this book in it! Why in the WORLD would I ever say "no thanks?" Look at what was in it! I'm floored. What a tre [...]

    • Candace Robinson says:

      First off this is nothing like Red Queen or The Hunger Games. I hate when they try to compare books, and it is totally different. I loved this book, and Nemesis is an MC that was one like I have never read before. She was ruthless and lovable at the same time. I loved seeing her become more human but still maintain her protective stances. Towards the end things get pretty darn intense! Full review on my blog literarydust.wordpress/20I received an awesome hardback copy of this book from a Quarter [...]

    • Jessi ♥️ H. Vojsk says:

      “A Diabolic is ruthless. A Diabolic is powerful. A Diabolic has a single task: Kill in order to protect the person you've been created for.”Story ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Nemesis always thought she was an inhuman machine, a DNA-designed “thing” to protect her beloved Sidonia as a Diabolic. So when Sidonia is threatened by the Emperor and send to the court of the Emperor, Nemesis secretly goes in her place.Trying to protect Sidonia and her family Nemesis learns more of humanity by seeing a [...]

    • Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ says:

      A soft 4 stars, maybe 3.5. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature: The Diabolic (2016) is set in some distant future, when humans have settled the galaxy using spaceships that travel through hyperspace. Humanity has also been experimenting with genetic engineering, and for a period of time it becomes fashionable to purchase so-called Diabolics as bodyguards. Diabolics are cloned humans, engineered to have superior strength and resistance to sickness and poisons, and trained from early [...]

    • April says:

      Enjoyed this more than I thought I would. Can't wait for the sequel.

    • Christy says:

      3.5 Stars!The Diabolic is a story about Nemesis. Nemesis is a Diabolic. Diabolics are genetically engineered weapons who are made to bond with one person. Once they do, they will do anything to protect their person. Only the powerful and rich families can afford this type of protection. Sidonia is the daughter of a galactic senator and she is who Nemesis is created for. Donia and Nemesis have a special bond, beyond that of a diabolics. Donia doesn’t see Nemesis as someone to protect her, she t [...]

    • Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink says:

      First of all, a huge thanks to Quarterly for sending me this book along with their book box - Literary YA (see more below!)I was actually quite surprised by this. I'm really not a huge dystopian/sci fi fan (there are exceptions of course.) With other books in that genre, I've found that the world building takes precedence over the characters and is generally confusing. Plus, I'm just a fantasy kinda gal. All that to say, I actually got quite sucked into this one. It is definitely character drive [...]

    • Swaye says:

      Wow. What a book! 😮😮😮The Diabolic is a truly incredible read. Kincaid is a brilliant storyteller. It's full of twists and turns that you genuinely never see coming. It was honestly one of the most unpredictable books I've ever read, and after a while I was suspicious of just about every character and didn't know who to trust or what to believe! The only reason why it doesn't get a perfect 5 star rating is because the flaws of this book are still sitting with me days after finishing. If [...]

    • mith says:

      Yknow, having reread this a second time, it made me notice things. Before, and admittedly, while reading this, I'd been so blindly enamoured with Tyrus. But there's something off, something too strange for me and so I am no longer like that. I do wonder how it will bode in the sequels. ---you can find this review on my blog as well! ---AHHH. GUYS. THIS COMES OUT IN LESS THAN A MOOOONTH. And I so badly want to read it again. This book was BRILLIANT. Like I've mentioned before, this book is NOTHIN [...]

    • Ishmeen says:

      4.5/5 stars 🌟 I am so shook by this book right now because I was not expecting to love it this so much?? Nemesis’s character was just so damn interesting to read about and the plot twists in this story made me not want to put it down. And boiiii the romance got me real bad I loved it 😍 I am not a big fan of politics but combined with science fiction I realised that I didn’t really mind it much in this story! Really looking forward to what’s to come next ❤️

    • ✨ k i t k a t says:

      I am so glad I finally got around to reading this book, it has been on my shelf forever and I have no idea why I kept pushing it back constantly. ❤️❤️This book had everything I wanted and more, a space adventure with a twist, complex world building, politics and an unusual love interest (which I 100% supported!!!!!)It takes places during a war between science and religion with people being killed left, right and centre. Nemesis disguises herself as her 'master' Sidonia and takes her pla [...]

    • Paul says:

      I started this novel with at least semi high expectations based on some reviews I browsed. it met or exceeded all of my expectations. not only a novel on bioethics and the question of the soul but an intriguing space opera.I confess I am not surprised it met my expectations but am surprised a little at the pace the novel setis book didn't contain as much action as I thought it might, but I was enthralled by the world building and the political intrigue and the action was more meaningful by being [...]

    • Chesca says:

      “Perhaps scorpions were the only ones who could save each other. Whatever lay ahead, it would always be the two of us above the rest of the universe, and woe to any who dared step in our path.”667 stars!THAT WAS BLOODY AMAZING. I HAVE ANOTHER NEW FAVORITE!Buddy-read with: Samantha (A History of Books)for The Quarterly Book Club's 2017 1st Quarter - Kickass Female LeadsNemesis was a Diabolic, designed to defend one person and kill all the others who posed as threat to her master. All her life [...]

    • Aj the Ravenous Reader says:

      “To care was to be helpless in the worst possible way.” This year is about to end but I could only count with my fingers books that really wowed me. I didn’t expect Diabolic was going to be one of them. That cover though very simple and unassuming is also completely gorgeous and captivating. It’s honestly one of the reasons why I bought the hardback and it pleases me to the bones to finally fully connect with the symbol at the front cover after reading the story. It’s perfect!The story [...]

    • Bibi says:

      3.5 starsThis was fun, fast-paced, and intriguing. Can't wait to read the sequel.

    • Cindy ✩☽ Savage Queen ♔ says:

      *ARC Review*"A Diabolic is ruthless. A Diabolic is powerful. A Diabolic has a single task: Kill in order to protect the person you've been created for." The perfect blend of dystopian and sci-fi. A story of friendship, humanity, family, politics and love.This book is not Red Queen, though I do see where potential similarities may be drawn from. (view spoiler)[ as it does have a misfit protagonist uniting with royalty/prince in hopes of political revolution(hide spoiler)] I do not, however, see a [...]

    • Alyssa says:

      4.5 stars***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***The Diabolic by S.J. KincaidPublisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young ReadersPublication Date: November 1, 2016Rating: 4 starsSource: ARC sent by the publisherSummary (from ):A Diabolic is ruthless. A Diabolic is powerful. A Diabolic has a single task: Kill in order to protect the person you’ve been created for. Nemesis is a Diabolic, a humanoid teenager created to protect a galactic senator’s daughter, Sidonia. The two have grown [...]

    • Pouting Always says:

      Nemesis is a Diabolic, a creature specially genetically engineered to bond to one person and protect them at all costs. Nemesis is bonded to Sidonia, the heir of a senator, and for whom Nemesis would gladly die. Nemesis's bond to Sidonia is tested though when the Emperor summons Sidonia to court, as punishment for her father's disobedience, and Nemesis must go in place of her. Nemesis will gladly masquerade as Sidonia if it means protecting her life, but everything is complicated more and more a [...]

    • Jilly says:

      This book totally surprised me. It was the Donald Trump of books because it really grabbed my attention and wouldn't let it go.*whispers* never let me goIf you were a fan of Red Rising, you will really like this one. It has the same feel with a fake identity, court & political intrigues, twisty turns, lots of bloody death, and a bunch of insanity. There were so many times when you weren't sure who was trying to kill who. I loved that!Our heroine is Nemesis, who is a genetically engineered bo [...]

    • Suzanne says:

      This was an awesome read! I've had it on my bookshelf since around the time it came out but never got around to reading it for some reason or another. I am so glad I finally did! The world building does not override the plot, which I love since extended world building tends to annoy me. The characters are mostly vicious but that just adds to the story. Overall, I enjoyed it so much that before even coming to review it on , I went to and preordered the sequel that comes out this Halloween! So ex [...]

    • Gavin says:

      I had high hopes for The Diabolic because the blurb grabbed my attention and made it sound like just the sort of sci-fi book I love to read. The actual story definitely delivered on the promise of the blurb. S. J. Kincaid had an engaging writing style and I loved both the characters and the story itself. The world building was a little simplistic but it was effective so it did not hurt the story. A Diabolic is a genetically engineered human designed to protect the human it is bonded to at all co [...]

    • Giselle (Book Nerd Canada) says:

      Well that took a while to get through, but overall a well written stand-a-lone. I did feel the book dragged on and there was a lot of exhaustive scenes with tons of build-up. Kind of felt the ending was rushed or maybe that just me? I did feel the faith versus science war would have made a better story-line than this problematic political family Yikes! The coolest part about the entire book was reading about their advancements such as med bots, beauty bots and even zero gravity dancing. That was [...]

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