Cinder (Holdbéli krónikák, #1)
Publish date: December 2012
Pages no: 432
Edition language: Hungarian
Series: The Lunar Chronicles (#1)
I decided to re-read the Lunar Chronicles because it is one of my favourite series ever. And I still love it as much as the first time I read it. I fell in love with this story and its characters all over again. If you have never read this series I totally recommend it to you. If you love sci-fi a...
I'm divided on this one. I liked the writing. I liked the stab at representation and consent issues. New takes of old tales are always an interest to me, and the sci-fi slant is just more win. I could not get over Earland. On his own, he undermines most of the good bits about body-autonomy, cons...
First things first, the concept is pure genius. Turning the childhood classic tale of Cinderella into a modern-age, futuristic story that not just young teens might enjoy, but by everyone, too. Putting that big of a twist on such a simple story, Marissa Meyer definitely did a great job. Can’t wait t...
The Lunar Chronicles have become very popular as of late, and I finally picked up Cinder, and boy was I impressed. I have seen a few novels that mix-up the classic tale, the real one, like In a Glass Grimly, which is a very good book, but a book for younger kids. I've also seem some that change the ...
Takeout me up all night
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