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message 1: by ~ Becs ~ (new)

~ Becs ~ Great review Katrina topped off with the lovely Dean!!

message 2: by Katrina (new)

Katrina Passick Lumsden Becs wrote: "Great review Katrina topped off with the lovely Dean!!"

Thank you:)

Is there any emotion that man's face can't convey?

message 3: by ~ Becs ~ (new)

~ Becs ~ I don't think so but I volunteer to do a bit of research with the boxset if you like??

message 4: by Katrina (last edited Jun 05, 2012 03:26PM) (new)

Katrina Passick Lumsden Becs wrote: "I don't think so but I volunteer to do a bit of research with the boxset if you like??"

I'm sure it will be torturous;)

message 5: by Grumpy Girl (new)

Grumpy Girl I completely agree with you! In the start before America left for The Selection, I though maybe this book won't be having the cliche ending. That maybe this book would be a bit bittersweet but she would end up coming back to Aspen. That maybe even though she would grow as a character as the book progresses, she will hold on to her 'so called first love'. But No! Everything just went downhill as the book progressed. Especially America's character. She became more and more whiny, shallow, selfish and annoying. It was a struggle to read the book by the time I reached halfway. She JUST got so irritating. And the prince? God! He was acting like more of a girl than America(that's saying something).

message 6: by Tara (new)

Tara I see the connection to The Bachelor, but I never really got why people thought it was like The Hunger Games. I guess because of the Caste system... but it would be a big stretch.

message 7: by Arianna (new)

Arianna Victoria I need to say that I really liked the book and when I saw that someone could rate it so low I felt the urge to read the comment. In my mind I had already an insulting comment for you, but after reading your review all I can say is that I agree. Every single part of it is true, but I am still leaving the five stars because I really enjoy it while I was submerged into the world that Ms. Cass has created.

message 8: by Katrina (new)

Katrina Passick Lumsden I applaud your honesty, Arianna, and I'm really glad you enjoyed the book. :) It's obvious by this book's popularity that I'm in the minority with my thoughts and feelings, but that's what makes review sites so useful; collecting so many different viewpoints in one place.


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