Monday, 23 June 2014

Book Review: The One by Kiera Cass

Title: The One (The Selection #3) ★★★★ 
Author: Kiera Cass
Publication Date: 6 May 2014
Publisher: HarperCollins Children's Books
Page Count: 323
IBSN: 9780007466719
Bookshelves: Young Adult, Dystopian

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The final book in Kiera Cass' New York Times Bestselling series The Selection was released on 6 May 2014. America must choose between Prince of Illéa Maxon and first love Aspen in this romantic highly anticipated finale.

This was a very satisfying end to Cass' series about a young girl who enters a competition to marry the prince. It was everything you'd expect from a novel with that premise - snotty girls, drama, and the necessary 'dystopian' rebels trying to overthrow the ruler. However, this ending was exactly right for the trilogy, and picked up in areas in which The Elite was lacking. The ending tied up all loose ends (a little too perfectly) and left the readers feeling satisfied. However not much can be said for the main character - America Singer - who is just as annoying and frustrating as she was in the earlier novels. The perfect novel for pre-teens, and romance lovers. A very quick and easy read.

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