STARS ABOVE: A Lunar Chronicles Collection (The Lunar Chronicles)
Publish date: 2016-02-02
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Detailed and insightful background snippets on the main cast and a satisfying look forward into their post-Winter future. Nice supplement to the series, with some moments of emotional catharsis and an astonishing peek behind the world-building scenes.
While I liked this collection, it was really unnecessary in pretty much every way. The stories that delved into the characters’ pasts didn’t really add anything, and in a lot of cases we already had the information. The two stories that didn’t dig into the past were really enjoyable. I really liked ...
I kind of felt like Stars Above was okay. I didn’t really enjoy this one except for the short story Something Old, Something New. Although there’s obviously a small part of me that is really happy for these stories I just didn’t really feel much from all of them.If anyone is a Lunar Chronicles fan, ...
I liked some of these short stories more than others, and overall I thought they were all very good. They complemented the books of the Lunar Chronicles, and didn't leave me hating any of the characters (cough, cough, the Selection series) who I enjoyed in the main series, but also didn't make me li...
I'd been looking forward to this book since the day I heard about it. It's always nice to revisit characters you already know and love in new stories. Stars Above is a collection of short stories that let you do just that. Most of them are backstory and critical moments of the main characters from t...
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