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Editorial Reviews. Review. “An engrossing tale reminiscent of Shannon Hale's Princess Academy and Ally Condie's Matched. Fairy-tale lovers will lose.
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The Selection Kiera Cass. The Crown Kiera Cass. The One Kiera Cass. Charming, captivating, and filled with just the right amount of swoon! She grew up in South Carolina and currently lives in Blacksburg, Virginia with her family.
In her spare time, Kiera enjoys reading, dancing, making videos and eating unhealthy amounts of cake. You can learn more about Kiera at kieracass. Rating details. Our customer reviews In retrospect, it might have been a better idea to review it before reading the installemnts, but I couldn't stop reading to actually do it!
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It was that good. I finished the entire series in less than half a week.
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Despite the fact that I hadn't even wanted to read it for a long time, claiming I wasn't interested. It's main theme was romance after all, and I'm not usually into sheer romance without further ado like something paranormal. Well, I was wrong after all, very very wrong. Since the synopsis summarizes it rather thoroughly, way better than I could, I will start with the review right away. More accurately I will start with the plot right away.
Honestly, I loved every moment of it. I was engaged maximally, not being able to stop because there was always something happening.
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It was not only about the Selection and the romance, but the dystopian world and the complications of life as well and these all together resulted an intriguing and colorful story. Secondly, the world building. I really liked the idea of being in the future where anarchy is set up again. This is something that could indeed happen to us, because why not?
Who knows how long this system will pull out, if after a 4th World War we won't start changing things dramatically. And frankly, Ms Cass brought out the most of it. The rebel attacks and the layers of it add a lot to the story, the castes and jobs are brilliant and the idea of the Selection is utterly unique. The history piqued my attention, too. I felt as id I was on a real history lesson and was being taught our own past.
However, the most exceeding aspect was the characterization. I loved the characterization. The characters were all individuals, some of them lovable, some of them strangable, but all of them as if they were real, breathing people. America, our protagonist, grew the closer to my heart with her stubbornness and strong temper which yet didn't prevent her from being a purely good soul, a person who loves with whole heart and wants to help where she can. I adored her way of thinking, but could have strangled her sometimes, especially when she bottled up and held back things that could have made her situation easier.
Maxon, the prince, was a lot different from how I imagined. Through Americas eyes we first think he's stuck-up, just because he is what he is, but when we first meet him Even though America doesn't even like him in the beginning, it's obvious he's not any of those bad things she thought. In fact, he's caring, loving and smart, and adorably insecure around crying women, but knows little about the real misery of the world. Later on they develop a friendly relationship nevertheless, the cutest friendship I have ever seen, however, the affection is visible from the very start.
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As for Apen, I didn't think much of him. He was sort of a jerk in my eyes, however, the end left me a little clueless concerning his intentions. And last but not the least, Kiera Cass's writing style is something distinct and charming. More than that, it's captivating.
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I couldn't quite put my finger on it, but it was so big-time. This book is great!!!
If you haven't read it click on buy and miracles will happen No but honestly it's great written and I love the story. America is just like the girl next door with her own insecurities but with a strong will. I normally count my pages and i'm looking how long until the next chapter but this was totally different!
I finished the book in 3 days, if you know my I normally read a book in 3 weeks shortest because I get a bit bored sometimes or I just can't find time but I got addicted to this book and couldn't stop.
I only had one series i really liked the house of the night but now I really recomend reading this book!!! A prince and thirty-five girls who fight for his heart. What first sounds like a regular YA contemporary, fast proves that this princess' story is more on the darker side of royalty. The United States have been destroyed and people are divided by a caste system, that ranges from a 1 for the royal family to 8 for unemployed people who don't contribute to society. This promises to be a world building with a deeper running conflict potential to lure in many YA readers.
Prince Maxon is a beau, rich and most popular bachelor in the kingdom. But it's not only about Maxon looking for a bride. It seems the prince has to compete for one of his ladies' heart, too. She rebels against the palace rules as she has her own beliefs and won't have them changed just due to the position she has now been propelled into. She is a strong female character and always puts others before herself so that they can live the best quality of life they can.
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She gives up her hard-earned money before the Selection to her family so they can afford to eat and keep their house. The love interest of the series, Prince Maxon, comes across as a stereotypical prince but throughout the book he develops due to the events that take place and due to America's influence on him. Cass makes you feel like you are going through the selection with America by showing you all the different feelings she and Maxon go through together and separately. Just Brilliant! This book totally made up for all the irritations of the one before.
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Main Series Other Titles. Book 1. The Selection. Book 2.