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4.3 out of 5
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    A Tale Featuring The Villain

    An extrodinary and a must read book. This is the first book that I have read that features the villain , Queen Levana as its protagonist. Fairest focuses the story from the villian's perspective. WARNING: THIS BOOK MAY MAKE YOU PITY LEVANA [ THIS DOES NOT APPLY FOR ALL READERS.] I hope you enjoy the book too.
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    The evil queen's story

    This book was great. It showed what we hadn't seen of Levanain the books of the lunar chronicle. [Note: to read after " Cinder" , "Scarlet" , "Cress" and "Winter".] Though a little 'ishey' at parts, this book is wrote brilliantly and keeps you waiting. [Note: Compared to the books of the chronical mentionned above, it is a rather short read: Only 204 pages for the lenght of the chunk of story, with a good 50 pages with short-ish previews to other books by Meyer.] Any ways, have a good read!
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    Great read

    I really enjoyed this book! Levana is a character that you love to hate and it is interesting to see her life through her point of view. This is certainly not a there are two sides to a story and you will like this character kind of book. Throughout the story, we learn the reason behind her hiding herself under a veil (as seen in previous Lunar Chronicles novels) and her disdain for everything reflective. We also meet her older sister Channary, who is quite a horrible, vicious person. Although Levana isn't a very likable character, you can sympathize with her in the beginning as her story unfolds and witness just how cruel Channary is. You also receive a great understanding of how Levana got to be who she is and how twisted her perception of reality is. I'm certain that readers will also enjoy learning how characters Cinder and Winter come to play a major role in Levana's life and what she is willing to do to get her way.
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    Awesomeeeee!

    This book hit the top ranks, right up there with Harry Potter. It touches a spot in your heart. Its sad but wonderful. You should 1000% read it. Also, honestly, girls will probably appreciate 'Fairest' better than boys.
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    Fairest

    I never suspected this would have been so heartbreaking. Or that Levana would be so delusional and heartbroken and lonely herself. It was actually really interesting to see what experiences shaped the queen into who she was.
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