Do you trust me?
If I told you I had a book for you to read would you read it?
You see, the thing is, if I tell you that this book is a dystopian future version of Cinderella set up like a season of The Bachelor, I’m afraid I’ll lose your interest in a sudden fit of scoffing and eye rolling.
Would I recommend it? This book is approximately 12 bajillion times better than it sounds – forget all that other stuff and trust me!
I love your reviews, and love the fact that I had to look up the definition of dystopian. I would love to read this!
You should, it was such a fun read! It made me chuckle out loud so many times! ( And thank you!)
I think I’ve see this book cover somewhere else. It sounds fun.
It was very fun!
Well I’ve definitely got to add it to the list now haven’t I!!
I’m not sure you’ve convinced me… yet.
Well, the vampires turned out alright…
Haha! I’ve read it! In fact, I picked it up originally because someone said it was ‘The Hunger Games meets the Bachelor’ and I immediately laughed and went, “How the HECK does that work?!” The answer: very well, actually. 😉 Good choice, Jessie. Now … have you read Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas, yet? 😀
Surprisingly well, right?!?! 😀
I haven’t read the Throne of Glass but now you are the second person to recommend it so I think I’ll have to bump it up to the front of my “to read list”!
It’s my current obsession, along with the Cinder series (aka the Lunar Chronicles). I love it sooo much, I think I recommend it to everyone I meet that even hints they like to read.
That’s funny, I’m currently waiting for book three in the Lunar Chronicles and read book two in one swoop last night – talk about obsession! 🙂
Oooh, the third is my favorite so far, and I’m DYING to get my hands on Winter. Two more weeks!!!
I didn’t even know about Winter! My timing will turn out pretty good how exciting!!!