About the book:
Author: Marissa Meyer
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends; 1St Edition edition
Publish date: February 4, 2014
Pages: 560 (eBook can have different pages)
Genres: Young adult, Romance, Science Fiction, Dystopian
Marissa Meyer does such an outstanding job in putting fairytale and sci-fi together. It is astonishing to me as well that in this third book of her Lunar Chronicles series that she also manages multiple perspectives and story-lines so flawlessly without confusing and losing my interest. This is storytelling at its finest!
I don’t know how she derives with the back-stories for her characters that form these remarkable plots, nor how she innovatively takes an adored fairy tale (Rapunzel) and produces this incredible story. I just know that she does it really well. I was instantly drawn in to Cress’s world, her delights, and her fears from very beginning. None of the characters in this series are seamless, and Cress is no different.However, all the characters are perfectly imperfect and I wouldn’t change a thing about them. They are all regular and I felt they act in response if they weren’t just in an imaginary world. I loved Cress! She is wonderful! She isn’t my beloved character. I think Cinder, Scarlet, and Thorne are all competing for that place, but I still love all of them. I can’t say that I love the rogues of the series, which are Queen Lavana and Sybil, but they are very true to their assigned character.
I am very pleased with Thorne’s place in the entire plot. I felt he was destined specifically for someone and now I know that he is and I am glad about it. Prince Kai exchanges himself to me in this book. I adored him in Cinder, not much in Scarlet, and I am falling back in love with him in Cress. We also meet another prominent man and a new leading woman that I’m sure will be much more present in the next book. I am pretty excited to see it.
At this point, there are several characters bouncing everywhere in Cress and it would be very simple for them to mixed up and chaotic but amazingly, they aren’t. The story is established with each character in a very precise position with their own sole purpose. To me, this is the finest way to escalate so many different characters at once.
Of course, the drawback of having so many characters is that even with 500+ pages, some characters just won’t get the consideration I would like them to have (Scarlet, for instance). I think Marissa does a amazing job of keeping this from happening too much.
If you love reading fairy tales or very artistic twists on them, or Sci-Fi, then I would recommend reading Cress! The series just seem like to get better and better. You will surely love to read this.
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