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    A thrilling new read

    When I first heard about a new book from Marie Lu, I HAD TO read it. I loved Marie Lu’s Legend trilogy and I was read her next work. And I am super glad to be able to say that The Young Elites does not disappoint. A decade ago, an illness spread through Adelina’s world, and many lives were lost. Those of the infected who survived are now showing strange symptoms. Adelina’s hair has turned silver and she has a jagged scar where her left eye used to be. To top it all off, her father believes shes a malfetto, an abomination. But young people exhibiting strange symptoms after surviving the plague are now rumoured to have strange gifts and there’s a secret society of them called The Young Elites. I honestly loved Adelina, she’s strong, tough, and she grows so much throughout the novel. I don’t want to give anything away about that so that’s all I’m going to say. I also loved Adelina’s family life, and seeing how her early childhood heavily influenced her later in life was awesome. I loved reading her interaction with The Young Elites, and seeing how they influenced her heavily. Enzo, the leader of the Elites, was also just a delight to read about. The world-building of The Young Elites was just fantastic, and compared to most fantasy novels I’ve read, the world wasn’t hard to comprehend which made it a delight to read. The plot was fast-paced at times, and sometimes a little slow, but overall everything felt smoothly and quickly. Overall, The Young Elites is a fantastic novel by a fantastic author. The main character was fantastic, the romance was indeed very swoony and the world-building was great but not too confusing to read. I recommend this one for fans looking for an intricately-written and character driven novel.
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    Captivating

    ATTENTION FANTASY FANS! Do you want a book tht will draw you in and hold you captive with its beautiful characters and shattering journey? Then The Young Elites is the book for you! The character developement is thought out astoundingly but hits you all at once. The story is heart breaking and heartmending. An amazing read.
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    crazy amazing!

    This book kept me on the edge of my seat through the whole thing! I think I've felt every emotion possible in the two days it took me to finish this. An emotional rollercoaster for sure, but an enjoyable one. This book is amazing, and refreshing! I recommend it to everyone who enjoys a little suspense in their lives!
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    The young elites

    Really enjoyed this book! Exciting read, and beautifully written! The story reads fast paced with intesity and interesting charcters.
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    Enthralling

    Very enjoyable. Better than the Legend books I think, so far anyway. The characters are wonderfully deep and rich with a very likeable feel. The story is set in a realistic medieval realm that meets a fantastic fictional plague granting survivors supernatural ability. So if that sounds good to you, definitely give it a read.
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