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Blog Tour: Imaginary Cast List for Rage Within

Hello! Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Rage Within by Jeyn Roberts! It's the second book in the awesome Dark Inside series, and today I have a guest post from Jeyn for you to read. It's her imaginary cast for the four main characters in the book: Mason, Aries, Clementine and Michael! I think she's picked great actors and actresses for the parts, and I can't wait to hear what you think about each one!

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After the earthquakes came the infectious rage, turning friends into deadly enemies. For survivors Michael, Aries, Mason and Clementine the battle to stay alive is about to get even tougher. The new world is organising itself, with camps that promise protection for the uninfected. But the reality of the sites is far more sinister. Besides, nobody is safe from the rage within their own soul...



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Cast List


Mason - Jeremy Irvine

Jeremy Irvine Picture

There’s just something about this guy’s expression that screams Mason to me. He's got a very serious look. He’s a great actor and I think he’d really do Mason justice.

Aries -Hailee Steinfeld

Hailee Steinfeld Picture

Can you picture her with auburn hair? I sure can. I thought she was amazing in True Grit. She’s a fantastic actress and she’s so beautiful. And she’s going to be in Ender’s Game which is very cool.

Clementine -Ella Purnell


To be honest, I hadn’t heard of this actress and my friend pointed her out to me. I have to admit, she screamed Clementine the moment I saw her face. She's got that girl-next-door beauty and a certain playful innocence about her that would be great for Clementine.

Michael - Douglas Booth


Completely how I see Michael but with longer hair. Not to mention a jaw line to die for! Haha drool.
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Thanks to Jeyn for that! Do you agree with her choices? I haven't heard of any of these people (should I have? I don't know ;P) but by their faces I think they suit the characters really well. Who would you pick, if you'd pick differently? 

Have you read Rage Within yet? It was released in the UK on 30th August, and in the US on 4th September, so it's available to buy now if you want it (which you do!). Links:


Also for the blog tour, I've reviewed the book here.

Thanks for reading, everyone! Don't forget to comment letting me know what you think of the cast choices, and your thoughts on the book featured! Check out the others stops on the blog tour, and I'll talk to you soon! 

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Comments

  1. Jeremy Irvine is in the new adaptation of Before I Die (Now Is Good) and I'm really looking forward to seeing him in it.. I've not really heard of the rest of them? But fun post and I'm excited to read this series!

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  2. Ooooooohhhhh! They fit! The dude for Mason is perfect!

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  3. Jeremy Irvine for Mason couldn't be more perfect! OMG, he is so hot, hahahaha. Great post!

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