Legend (Legend, #1)
Publisher: Putnam Juvenile
Pages no: 320
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
3.5 / 5I really enjoyed Legend, but it's not my favorite YA dystopian. For one thing, the love story is ridiculous. Instalove all over the damn place, stretching my incredulity even further with the fact that the female MC is grieving a family member who died less than a month ago. Not really a sexy...
I'd heard good things about this book and decided it was about time to read it. Plus I wanted a break from some of the more slog-fest Fantasy I tend to read. I did enjoy this book but I've struggled in rating this one (once again, I wish we could do half stars on here!), so my official rating would ...
Legend is the story of two characters living in the Republic (what was once the western US) whom both come from very different backgrounds. June is the Republic's prodigy looking forward to her military career and the only person to ever have scored full marks in the Trails. Day from the slums and i...
(See the full review on my blog)The story was told in alternating chapters in the view of Day and June respectively and this made the book very balanced. June was of a more privileged background to Day, and seeing the story from two different perspectives made it quite an unbiassed read as you weren...
WOW! Seriously, this book was amazing! Why didn't I read it sooner?!Review: http://thesecretlifeofabookworm-x.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/review-legend-by-marie-lu.html