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by Kiera Cass
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Review a Book with Sariah Cook
Review a Book with Sariah Cook rated it 2 years ago
For this review I will only be talking about the first three Selection novels by Kiera Cass that follow the story of America and Maxon, reviewing the characters and then the story-line, ending with what I did and didn't enjoy about the trilogy. I purchased the complete series through Scholastic Book...
Mimia Reads & Talks
Mimia Reads & Talks rated it 2 years ago
I didn’t want to write a review but I feel I need to. This was not terrible and it was good to read between studying. It still is no masterpiece and the best feature of this book is that it was better than the previous one. Also note that reading it in Spanish really showed how soap opera-ish this b...
The Master's Nook
The Master's Nook rated it 4 years ago
The One is the third book in the Selection Series and I believed the finale in the love story of Maxon and America because the next book is a spin-off for another character. And from what the title suggests, in this book Prince Maxon’s future wife will be revealed (which was pretty obvious who the c...
danae rated it 4 years ago
It's been so long since I've read this, that I don't have a lot to say about it (sorry). I can say that a heck of a lot of people died while I was waiting for my mom at the chiropractor. And it was my birthday. I mean, geez. Right when I started reading, they started dropping like flies. It was ri...
Sailing in a Sea of Words
Sailing in a Sea of Words rated it 5 years ago
Book: The One Author: Kiera Cass Genre: Fiction/Romance/Dystopia/Rebellion/Futuristic Summary: The time has come for one winner to be crowned. When she was chosen to compete in the Selection, America never dreamed she would find herself anywhere close to the crown - or to Prince Maxon’s heart....
mollysmommyreads rated it 5 years ago
I really enjoyed this series. I thought the teenage dystopian thing would get old but thanks to authors like Cass it's still going strong.
Unlimited Books
Unlimited Books rated it 5 years ago
This book was amazing. I love this series so much. There were so many surprises in this book and it was just amazing. The One made me laugh and cry. This book is definitely my favorite in the original trilogy. I just can't believe that America's story is finally over. I can't wait to get my ha...
Pippin & The Book Next Door
Pippin & The Book Next Door rated it 6 years ago
bloody fucking hell. I don't know how I even got through that book, to be honest. If I could call it anything, it was certainly an ordeal. By the end of The Elite, I'm pretty sure we all know damn well exactly what was going to happen. (If it wasn't already obvious at the beginning of the Elite, ...
As the page turns..
As the page turns.. rated it 6 years ago
Although, I never saw the tv show/reality Bachelor, I am familiar with the concept of it: a man has numerous gals to choose from as his future wife and in each episode he spends some time with them and if he doesn't like them in the end, he gives them a peck on the cheek along with a rose and off th...
BagEndBooks rated it 6 years ago
America and Maxon were pretty annoying in this book. Because neither of them wanted to be the first to say 'I love you' out loud. If one or the other had been brave enough to just speak the words, a whole lot of trouble could have been saved. I figured after the last book that the only way America w...
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