Release Date: April 24th 2012
Publisher: Harper Collins
Age Group: Young Adult
Pages: 327 pages
Source: Library- audio book
This book was cute. So cute. It had a prince and possibly a fairy tale for 35 girls that were chosen based on different aspects to have one of them marry the prince.
I fell in love with Prince Maxon. He was a prince in every way. Gentle and nice and amazing. He respected all the girls and treated them equally and well. Although, it is obvious that he is interested in America Singer, he still gave her space and time to make up her heart. No one in his shoes, with such authorities, would do that. But he did because he is awesome.
For America Singer, she reminded me of Katniss. I don’t know if that is a good thing or not. America was an independent character, had her different plan. And wasn’t cheesy like the rest of the 34 girls. She was unique from all of them which well made me like her more.
In the next book, I hope to see more of the political problems that are going on. Information about the war and allies and all of that. Really excited for book 2.