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#bookreview…The Selection – Kiera Cass

Cristina's Book Reviews By Cristina's Book Reviews Published on February 2, 2016

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Can I start my review with the Acknowledgements? Of course I can, I don’t even follow the rules for book reviews :) . The Acknowledgements…ohhh…what a nice way to finish a book. The way the author gives her thanks to everyone and she makes it lovely and fun and funny, it simply makes me love the author even though I don’t know her. :)

This book is a great read. I started to read it Friday afternoon and the only reason why I finished just now, now is because today I had some stuff to do around the house. Otherwise, this book can be easily be read in two days maximum. The 327 pages seemed like nothing and it is just because of the amazing story that it just made me want to know what is happening next therefore I was not able to stop.

America and Aspen have a cute first love story however it is only once she accepts to be part of The Selection that she realizes Prince Maxon can make her fall in love again and this time for a lifetime. America stays true to herself and she doesn’t bother to change to fit in the palace. Instead, because she is herself, she makes the people around her love her and appreciate her for what she really is.

I can’t wait to start the next book, The Elite, therefore I must end my review now. I must say that this book deserves the 5 stars and more. I really enjoyed every single page of it!

Thanks for reading darlings! Have a great night!

Cristina B.

I am a blogger that loves books and reading! I am a mother of twins always busy but I spend my free time surrounded by books and writing.

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