Though An Ember in the Ashes is filled with such beautiful and descriptive passages I still found it to be a little underwhelming and predictable.
Did you guys read Starflight? If you haven’t, then you most definitely should go do that as soon as you can. It’s such a good YA sci-fi book
It's the fan fiction you didn't have to write because the author wrote it for you. How's that for a nice ending?
Fairest by Marissa Meyer offers an illuminating – and terrifying – portrait of Queen Levana, central villain of The Lunar Chronicles series.
While I was hoping for more of a resolution to the conflict at hand, it looks like I have to wait to read the fourth book. Regardless, Cress was just as much fun as its precursors.
Scarlet is loosely based on the tale of Little Red Riding Hood and the big bad wolf with some added influence from Star Wars. The same science-fiction tale continues where Cinder left off, but we find ourselves following a new main character in a second storyline.