The One by Kiera Cass
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This review may be short. I finished this book almost a week ago but haven't felt like reviewing. Anyways, here I go.
The one is the third book in the selection series. It focuses again on America Singer. She is one of the few people left in the selection. America is facing issues that mainly deal with the other contestants as they try to compete for the throne. When the Northern rebels start to communicate with Maxon and America, things change. Then the south attacks the castle, and things are going to change majorly.
I thought the plot in this book was okay. I finished it in a little over 24 hours, so it couldn't be that bad. It also was a lot more about America's feelings and thoughts than the other books. It was slower moving, but it sped up at the end.
America was a bit more self centered in this book. It seemed like she was a bit unlike herself, and she was moody every once in awhile. However, her real personality shined through the most of the time.
Maxon seemed a bit more tense and moody as well in this book. He was facing a lot of problems, so I guess I don't blame him.
The romance in this book blossomed a lot. As America learned secrets about Maxon, she fell more in love with him. They were obviously meant to be once they learned more about each other. She was also in love with Aspen as well until almost the end as well.
In conclusion, this book was a decent book with a great plot and good characters.
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