Winter (The Lunar Chronicles)
Publish date: 2016-01-27
Publisher: Thorndike Press
Pages no: 1051
Edition language: English
Meyer does an admirable job of pulling this richly woven tale together. Dystopian take-the-castle efforts compose much of the runtime, with more twists and redirects than forward momentum, and a surprising amount of romance tucked in around the edges. The astonishingly creative and deep description ...
What a ride, phew. it was very rough there for a while. Like all good fairytales it ended with a HEA. Wonderful ending to a fabulous retelling of three fairytales. Excellent audiobook
I gave this book four stars just as I did all the other books in the series, but I enjoyed the other three more.I liked how the earlier books had the luxury of focusing in on their titular characters' story; as each new character was added while previous storylines were also continued, that sense of...
Man, this was a beast. Was a 4 star read, but I cut half a star because I feel like about 300 pages of filler could have been dropped. It wouldn't have affected the story at all.
I loved how delightful this series has been. I found the world and its politics to be interesting but recognizable as something that could have come from our society. I love how strong each of our characters are and how Myers takes the typical damsel in distress fairy tale trope and throws it out th...