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I read this baby in only 2 hours, or something like that because yes it’s that short, and fell in love again with Day and June and the whole world of Legend.
When I first started this book I had no idea what to expect because the synapses doesn’t really give a lot away about the plot, which I really like. I like not knowing what the book is about before diving in.
I read The Young Elites in only a few days, and mostly when I was sitting next to my sweetheart when he was playing Mortal Kombat X. This combination made me really love the book
If you haven’t read Cinder or Scarlet this might contain some spoilers for you! Oh and if you haven’t read them yet, WHAT ARE YOU DOING WITH YOUR LIFE?!
It’s been some time since I got this book and now I’ve finally gave in and read it. I won the first 3 books of the Throne Of Glass series in the beautiful UK edition back in February (I think). And ever since I have the books on my shelf I’ve been meaning to read them but I always picked up something different.
I don’t even know how to start this review, I can’t, I just can’t. I don’t know how Victoria Aveyard did it but she almost succeeded in making me cry, in public, more than just once! (FYI: I rarely cry when it comes to books)
I’m going to be honest here; I expected a lot more from the story because of all the hype and love it got last year when it was published. Nonetheless, I really enjoyed the story, the characters, the build-up and the main story-line with it’s plot.