To start off, The Selection Series slash books are one of those series that made me feel like I really live in that world. Simply, that’s what you call the BOOK SLUMP. Yes, the book slump. I was enduring with book slump for 2 weeks ’cause I literally can’t get over how amazing the world was built.
About the plot, omg. The way they meet’s my favorite. I also love the lines. Okay, right now I’m bothered. I don’t even know if I’m doing my best in reviewing this book ’cause I can’t form my excitement and my happiness through words. The words are scrambled and I can’t find the right ones to type. This book is p.e.r.f.e.c.t.i.o.n.
I’ll fast forward due to lack of words. Haha!
As for characters, I really like Maxon Schreave and America Singer. At first, I thought America was a singer but then as the story goes on, I realized it was her name. Shame on me! Haha. On the other hand, Maxon Schreave, I must say… was beyond prince slash husband goals. He’s sweet, gentleman, caring, loving and I just don’t know what to say. I give this series an excellent P!
Here are some of my favorite lines from the book:
“If you don’t want me to be in love with you, you’re going to have to stop looking so lovely. First thing tomorrow I’m having your maids sew some potato sacks together for you.”
― Kiera Cass, The Selection
“America, my love, you are sunlight falling through trees. You are laughter that breaks through sadness. You are the breeze on a too-war day. You are clarity in the midst of confusion.
You are not the world, but you are everything that makes the world good. Without you, my life would still exist, but that’s all it would manage to do.
You said that to get things right one of us would have to take a leap of faith. I think I’ve discovered the canyon that must be leaped, and I hope to find you waiting for me on the other side.
I love you, America.
NOTE: While typing this book review, I suddenly feel like I need to reread this series. I NEED TO. Haha!
So, that’s it for now. Good Day!
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