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  • Chi Town Book Girl Review

    This is a (nearly) perfect tale of what just about every girl would wish for, with the added drama of a love triangle. America Singer is getting the chance of a lifetime to compete with thirty-five other girls in hopes of becoming Prince Maxon's wife. The only problem? She's in love another man, and her love is considered beneath her because she's a five, and he's six. In this new world, society gives you a number based on what your ancestors did or how they helped during the Third World War. One being the highest i.e. royalty and eight being the lowest of the low. When the letter for the Selection comes in the mail, America's entire family encourages her to sign up, with her mother trying to guilt trip her every step of the way. Of course, America and Aspen are in a secret relationship and she would never dream of leaving her true love to participate in a stupid selection for a chance to marry a man she despises (even though she's never actually meet him). However, after some pushing from everyone in her life, Aspen included, America decides to suck up and at least enter, thinking she's below average, there's no way she'd be picked. Naturally, she's chosen, because this book, and the rest of series wouldn't exist if she didn't. From there, it's the story of America coming to terms of where she's at, meeting some new friends, and yes kids, the love triangle continues because just as America is feeling like she could love Maxon, someone pops up. Read More At: Chi Town Book Girl

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  • Food book, bad voice

    The book was good but the reader seems very robotic and too old for the book. I would suggest having someone the same age range as tje main character read it so that it fits better

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