Where, oh where should I start with this one?
Cinder… the book that tore me apart and thrilled me.
Cinder by Marissa Meyer is about Cinder, a 33.65 % cyborg mechanic who lives with her step-mom and step-sisters. In this ‘dystopian-fantasy’, there are people called ‘Lunars’ that live on the moon. There is (of course) a charming Prince Kai that is heir to the throne and who (of course) likes Cinder.
I liked this novel.
And I love how Marissa Meyer based the entire the thing on the story of Cinderella but gave it a very interesting twist.
I liked Cinder (the character). She was such a brave and well played character.
Her curiosity is both interesting and lethal. And to have her as a cyborg made me love this book even more.
The very fact that this novel takes place in a ‘plague-era’ made me read on. I find every book plague related very interesting. (EX- Cinder and the Mark of the Plague)
The plot twist at the end wrapped everything nicely together, but I do have to say that I saw it coming.
At the end, I really appreciate this novel. It was so interesting and fun.
I am proud to say that I started my summer with a bang...
Oh, and how many times did I say ‘interesting’ in this review? Very interesting.