The One by Kiera Cass book review

The One by Kiera Cass book review

The One by Kiera Cass book review

The One by Kiera Cass is the highly anticipated third book in the #1 New York Times bestselling Selection series. Check out the book review.

 

The Book

The One will fascinate readers who enjoy dystopian young adult fiction and fantasy stories.

The One is fantastic for those fans who have followed America’s twister-romance since the beginning. The book has a catching plot for teenagers who have devoured Divergent by Veronica Roth, Ally Condie’s Matched, or Delirium by Lauren Oliver.

The Selection transformed America Singer’s world in ways she could never have guessed. Since she joined the competition to become the next princess of Illéa, America has fought between her affections for her first love, Aspen, her developing affinity to Prince Maxon.

Now she’s come up to a decision and is prepared to struggle for the future she desires.

Find out who America will pick in The One, the enchanting, wonderfully romantic third part in the Selection saga!

The One Book Cover The One
The Selection (book#3)
Kiera Cass
Fiction | Character Growth | Intrigue | Romance Novel | Science Fiction | Dystopia | Young Adults
HarperTeen
Reprint edition (May 5, 2015)
kindle, hardcover, paperback, audible
368
Books and Movies: Reviews
mature kids and up


Review

This book is an entertaining work that is very well written and has a captivating plot that will keep your attention until the last page.

Here the classic love triangle continues, with America being the affection-focus of both Prince Maxon and Aspen, and inferior class cattle guard.

Magnificent in creating mood, environment, and characters, Kira immerses the reader in the entanglements of a futuristic fantasy world. She presents us with clashes with rebels and more intrigue and controversy among the remaining ladies until the last decision by Prince Maxon.

And all this happens after a lot of action, battles and revelations.

Although this book is classified as a novel for young adults, I am sure it will please people of all ages.

However, I strongly suggest that you read the previous two books of the series before reading this third part of the saga.

 

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