Friday, January 5, 2018
Scarlet - Marissa Meyer
At the beginning I was turned off by the main character, Scarlet. Her rage, while understandable, made her somewhat unsympathetic, but as I got further into the book I realized she is just a no-nonsense kind of person. As I expected a romance between Scarlet and Wolf appeared but was not developed.
Cinder's portion was filled with action and tragedy, but also with some unexpected humor with the new addition to her party.
The continuing development of the larger plot line is what made this novel enjoyable for me. I'm interested to see what comes in the next book.
Books in the Series:
Cinder (Book 1)
Cress (Book 3)
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Beauty and the Clockwork Beast - Nancy Campbell Allen