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  • Awesome

    This book is awesome, the author did a really great job of describing the scenes and the action. I recommend this book to anyone who liked the Hunger Games, The Maze Runner because you'll LOVE this!!!! This book is also for anyone who is into the action/mystery categories for book. This book should be made into a movie!!

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  • Loved this book!

    I have to say that many dystopian, YA novels seem to have very similar characters and storylines. Not this one. The female protagonist of this story is neither weak nor helpless. June is strong, logical and powerful. The male protagonist in this novel isn't rich, arrogant or over-protective. Day is smart, sweet and although he's the most wanted criminal in his country, he wouldn't even kill or hurt anyonw for the wrong reasons. What I also loved abot-ut this novel was its rich story. It wasn't too predictable and it was detailed, well-written and filled with surprising twist.

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  • 4 stars

    I found Legend to be very enjoyable, but it didn't blow me away. I found the plot to be a bit boring at first, so it took me a while to get interested in the book. The pace did eventually pick up, though, and I found myself not wanting to put the book down. By the end, I was completely hooked. I also thought the world that Marie Lu created was really interesting, but I wish she had provided more history about how it came to be. The story takes place in our future, and the Eastern and Western United States are at war. We don't get to learn how the United States ended up that way, though, and I think that would have been an interesting story. I really enjoyed the characters of Day and June, as well as the supporting cast of characters. It took me a while to get invested, but I eventually grew to really care for them and their story. Something that I particularly appreciated was the way the romance was handled. June and Day definitely became enamored with one another, but I didn't feel like there was any instalove at all. The romance was developed well and was relatively believable. And there wasn't a love triangle! Yay! I am not a huge fan of romance, so the way this one was handled made it much more enjoyable for me. My biggest gripe about Legend was how easy the plot was at times. The characters would encounter clues and then immediately figure them out without any trouble. Everything was a bit too convenient and predictable. The book wasn't incredibly long, so I feel like there was room for a little extra development within the plot. Even a paragraph here and there with the characters trying to interpret the clues could have made a big difference. While I enjoyed the story, every time the characters figured out a clue immediately, I had to roll my eyes a bit.

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  • Legend

    If you liked hunger games you will have the same feelings for this book. I just hope it has a brighter ending than the depressing one in Mockingbird :-P

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  • After the Hunger Games Trilogy and Insurgent I thought I was done with dystopian books. A friend of mine told me I HAD to read legend. I bought the book and finally reluctantly picked it up and got so swept up in the story of Day and June that I now am reluctant to read Prodigy until the last book Champion is released so I can read them back to back!!!!

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