No More Lies

Supernova is a satisfying conclusion to a remarkable trilogy. The epilogue hints at a possible sequel or companion novel, but I’m happy with how things wrapped up. Nonetheless, I’d gladly read another Renegades book because Marissa Meyer is one of my favorite authors.

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If Jane Austen Wrote a Sci-fi Novel

As a whole, The Stars We Steal was equally fun and stressful to read. You should read this book if you love Kiera Cass and Beth Revis.

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Because the Odds Were in Her Favor

The Hunger Games holds a special place in my heart. It taught me the basics of what constitutes a dystopian novel, and it set the standards for empowered YA heroines.

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What’s with that Pitchfork?

This was such an astounding first book! It was a long time since I had read a dystopian novel, and this one brought back all the amazing feelings that I get whenever I read books of this genre.

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After Happily Ever After

Wires and Nerve isn’t an essential addition (or extension) to The Lunar Chronicles. But if you’re a hardcore fan of the series, I won’t dissuade you from reading it.

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It Must Be Fun to Have a Doppelganger

Mirage doesn’t deserve a perfect rating, but it’s still a noteworthy debut novel. Maram, who was such a multifaceted antagonist, tested my patience and made the story very interesting.

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A Book that Could Have Been Stellar

I liked Defy the Stars enough to give it 3.75 stars. The pacing was slow, but the content was very meaningful. Fantasy is currently my jam (like always), but I’ll read the sequel as soon as possible.

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After 552 Mornings

Reading Morning Star was a slow yet worthwhile experience. I loved the unique characters and the unpredictable events that molded them. I wish that I finished this book sooner, but there’s no point crying over spilled milk.

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