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603 pages, Kindle Edition
First published November 10, 2015
“She was prettier than a bouquet of roses and crazier than a headless chicken. Fitting in was not an option.”
Thorne scoffed. “Careful is my middle name. Right after Suave and Daring.”
“Do you even know what you're saying half the time?” asked Cinder.
“A kiss from the Captain would probably melt my central processor.”
Thorne winked at her. “Oh trust me. It would.”
(Aside: Why Kai? He is literally half her age and his only contribution is of a damsel in distress. What was the point of all those tutors if all he manages to do is almost get married and kidnapped?)Cinder and her merry gang of modern fairytale friends must find a way to stop this wedding and save their planet.(Aside to the Aside: I really liked how all the guys (for once) were the ones being rescued in a fairytale)
Seriously. If you are going to kill someone - MAKE SURE THEY'RE ACTUALLY DEAD!
“Even in the Future the Story Begins with Once Upon a Time.”
“She's our princess. And she's coming home.”
“Invade Luna. Start a rebellion. End a war.”
“Help me. Fight for me. And I will be the first ruler in the history of Luna who will also fight for you.”
“Thorne scoffed. “Careful is my middle name. Right after Suave and Daring.”
“Do you even know what you're saying half the time?” asked Cinder.”
“They're the first crew I've ever had and most of them even call me Captain. I'm going to miss them.”
"I can't believe this is happening. I can't fight like this, or start a revolution, or be a queen. I can't do anything like this. I'm literally broken."
Iko settled a hand on Cinder's shoulder. "Yeah, but broken isn't the same as unfixable."
[Jacin:] "She wants to kill you, Princess."
Winter shivered, first with the intensity of his words, and second with their meaning. She supposed such a declaration would have shocked her, but ever since Levana had given her these scars, she had been expecting this."
"You want me to be fixed, don't you?"
Jacin drew back, as if she'd thrown something at him. "You're not broken."