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The One book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The time has come for one winner to be pixia-club.info she was chosen to. Kiera Cass graduated from Radford University with a degree in History. The Selection (Series). Book 1. Kiera Cass Author Amy Rubinate Narrator (). The Selection, The Elite, The One, The Heir and The Crown.

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Like this: Like Loading The Selection Novellas by Kiera Cass. Also, thank u dor sharing!!! This book was amazing. Thanks so much!!! I get a post up for them: The one is not working Like Like. Hii sorry to be a other but The One is said to only be view-able by the owner. Do you have an upload of the other books such as The Prince, The Guard, etc.? I have added a compiled version instead! Thanks soooo much btw! Thanks fo sharing the other books..

Thanks so much!! Link for book 3 is not working? Thank u so so so much Like Liked by 1 person. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Then in the One I was literally on an emotional rollercoaster. I felt like how Maxon felt. This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Can anyone explain to me why did Celeste had to die, I was starting to like that coniving witch?

Danielle My thoughts are that it's probably because this way she got exactly what she wanted. To be remembered as a beautiful young woman.

She was worried that …more My thoughts are that it's probably because this way she got exactly what she wanted. She was worried that in a few years she would be too old to model and then what? Now she's immortalized at the peak of her career.

See all 85 questions about The One…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. I had just recently finished The Elite and was more anxious than ever to find out about the next one. Then I see it, on Goodreads, The One And naturally I flip a table So I'll wait And take action if necessary, All in all I really do like this series, and I would love it even more if America and Maxon ended up together, so have a good day, and enjoy life. View all 99 comments. Sep 26, Gillian Berry rated it did not like it Shelves: Originally posted at Writer of Wrongs Gillian: Hey, Gillian.

How are you doing today? You look nice. You don't. We're the same person, so you kind of just insulted yourself. I need to talk to you about The One. You're the only one who understands me. Well, yeah, that's because I am y-- Gillian: So, that was a book. A book that happened. Was it? Was it , though? Or did you Originally posted at Writer of Wrongs Gillian: Or did you hallucinate ninety percent of what occurred? You did read it really late at night. This is a distinct possibility.

Though even my fever dreams tie up loose plot threads better than But you liked it! You laughed! I heard you! I laughed when a major character died.

Okay, but you laughed. A major character's death that has nothing to do with the plot, is not born of the plot even though it so easily could have been, does not change the plot that follows or the main character in any way, and is executed SO POORLY that I could only guffaw in sadistic glee.

I think you might be a very evil person. It was basically a sadness intermission. America hardly felt sad at all, and I got the feeling this part of the book was meant to be seeeeped in grieeeeef, and yet there was no grief to be found. And heart trouble? That actually got me. I'm telling you. This wasn't real. But what about the ship! You like shipping. I do like shipping.

I don't like when characters change their minds and hearts abruptly from one book to the next. I don't like it when a book has like fifteen cheesy declarations. I like where Cass meant to take her characters in terms of growth and epiphanies, but I cannot believe the way she took her characters there. Book three, totes changes their mind. Because that happens. But you didn't want to stab America in this one. Or even Asspen! That's progress! Wow, you're right.

I feel like I've grown as a human being. I no longer feel like committing fictional murder. America is no longer a waffling, waifish wattle-brain, and Asspen is less of a grunt grunt caveman, even though all of this growth occurs spontaneously in like the first chapter.

Oh, the plot wasn't that bad It was that bad. There are two rebel groups: Maxon and America are like, "Oh no! We can't let the bad rebels win! Asspen is somewhere in the background, being a noble ass. Like um, thanks for visiting this supposedly epic series ender. Thanks for participating. Celeste the Bitch is abruptly and suddenly is humanized which, actually, yay. The King continues to twirl his mustache, and the Queen continues to be the brainwashed victim of an abusive relationship who is canonized by every other character in the book.

Okay, but that's not a plot. Don't be silly. Of course it is! It's not. And those god damn sketchily-assembled rebels and their stupid conflict. I don't want to talk about it. Do you want to talk about how accidentally sexist this is? And how these are held to be very, very good things? Fair enough. Do you want to talk about how stereotypically "Asian" Elise was made out to be, and that her life philosophy is apparently "Honor to Us All", and how offensive it was when Kriss pitied her for it?

Should we bring up how the Palace security must be run by blind gerbils because that's the only way those fucking rebels could manage to get inside the fucking buildings six times a chapter? Well, we have to talk about something. I don't want to. You can't make me. It was your idea to talk in the first place! Should we talk about that cheesy ass epilogue? A comedic masterpiece, that was.

You don't have to be mean about it. As opposed to buying it with your couch? Shut up. I have no brains left after that. This book did not fit with the rest. This book did not feel like the continuation of the "plot" set up in anemic book one and frustrating book two. I couldn't even get mad at this book because I didn't believe this book. Not one freaking word of it.

Kiera Cass

Look, no one forced you to read this series. Why do I care so much about you? Why are you doing this to me? Why were you a flip-flopping mess in this book? Why are there plot holes so large you could drop a truck or a or California through them?

But Cass kind of did a Red Wedding thing there. Fungus is something. Sunburns are something. That ending is something. That was way harsh, Tai. When George R. Martin kills people, he does it to complicate the plot.

Not to just have it happen. Not to resolve things. And then there's the fact that the action is SO CLUNKY, so unrealistic, so poorly described, that i just laughed laughed because it lasted so long and some people could free and others bled out under tables and America did nothing and oh god horrible action scenes are horrible.

You should really breathe between rants. Do you want to talk about the cliches? There was a cheesy death fakeout. There was a cheesy "Save yourself! Live and be happy! There was a cheesy letter written from beyond the grave full of wisdom and truth.

It was an endless avalanche of cliche. America and Maxon are the only non-cardboard characters.

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The worldbuilding is nonsense. The writing is clunky, amateurish, and obvious. I need a drink. I need several drinks. Yes, but that's been true since the beginning, and yet you still read them all.

Even those novellas. I once described this series as being like a deep-fried Oreo, and it's mostly still good. It sounds like a better idea than it is, it has this weirdly addicting, saccharine-sweet junk food quality, and it has zero nutritional value.

But then this third book happens and it's A tomato and marshmallow smoothie. I just vomited. An appropriate way to end this. View all comments. After reading.. I'm just sooo emotional over this,, the sweet sweet sweetness, adorable emotional angsty love..

Break it a thousand times if you like. It was only ever yours to break anyway. Every beat of my heart is yours. I don't want to die without you knowing that. You are laughter that breaks through sadness. You are the breeze on a too-war day. You are clarity in the midst of confusion. You are not the world, but you are everything that makes the world good. Without you, my life would still exist, but that's all it would manage to do.

You said that to get things right one of us would have to take a leap of faith. I think I've discovered the canyon that must be leaped, and I hope to find you waiting for me on the other side. I love you, America. I want the holidays and the birthdays, the busy season and lazy weekends. I want peanut butter fingertips on my desk.

I want inside jokes and fights and everything. I want a life with you. How I'd never get to see you walk down an aisle toward me, how I'd never get to see your face in our children, how I'd never get to see streaks of silver in your hair. But, at the same time, I couldn't be bothered.

If me dying meant you living, how could that be anything but good? All because I missed your smell. View all 55 comments. Aug 30, Maria rated it really liked it. I wanted to throw The Elite out of the window. I wanted to throw this one out of the window too.

But I was less inclined to. I still firmly believe this trilogy could have been a duology, even one book without all the redundant political situations that weren't even portatryed right!

I was satisfied with the ending, it was pre 3. I was satisfied with the ending, it was predictable, cheesy, far-fetched, too neat, but solid. Oh gurl, you're still annoying as balls. But you know. I was truly annoyed by how fast her decision was made. The previous book was of your fucking conflict and here we are, in the first 50 pages, you decide which one you want out of the blue. This shit was not gradual and believable at all.

And she didn't even explain to Aspen that she didn't choose him! She kept him by because she didn't want to get "nothing" out of this experience.

I ain't lying. She said so herself! After everything her and Aspen went through, she owed him an explanation. She basically manipulated both boys, and she kept thinking she had them in her grasp. She was the one doing the choosing, of course. The boys were just her meals. When Maxon started showing interest in Kriss, she started losing her shit. Aspen kept being loyal to her, waiting for her stupid ass to make a decision and she kept him at bay if she needed a boy after all this.

The politics. What in the fuck of fuckity fuck. Nothing made sense! Apparently, in this world there are "good" rebels and "bad" rebels. The "good" rebels just infiltrate the fucking castle, break shit, and are considered good.

No biggie. Then they infiltrate the same castle, again, this time ready to talk, and the fucking heir to the throne just lets them there. To talk, in peace. What authority does America have with this situation??? I'm so confused guys. I know nothing about politics but this shit is crystal clear how ridiculous it is. America, so graciously decided to sneak out of the castle, with the crown prince of the kingdom, with the assistance of her ex boyfriend, to go and meet the "good" rebels, risking their lives.

When they could have sent them a message, easily done. And then she got shot. And then Aspen had the amazing idea to take them all into his room, with love letters from America floating around. It was more believable than the way it actually happened, but also stupid af.

My little dear friend America, Maxon is head over heels for you, you already know that, so why would you try to become a different person to seduce him? You have just admitted to yourself that you love him in the rooftop scene, and you decide to procrastinate telling him for what??? Aren't you sure you're in love with him??? Are you indecisive again? In this book, you had a certain target, which was Maxon, and you withheld the information from him that you love him?

For what? I guess this book wouldn't exist if they were honest with their feelings. But the romance aspect in this book is done so poorly, I'm so frustrated. At least, in the final book, she picked. Celeste's redemption arc, was totally unexpected and totally fake. America found her crying because her reputation in the contest was tarnished compared to hers, then America has a talk with her about some feminist shit, and here we go Celeste is an entire different person with an entirely different personality.

She might have started to treat America and the girls better and she became a goody good character! She lost everything that made her Celeste! And then she killed her off. Ugh, why can't this writer handle character development well? Everything is a mess.

I don't get how everything went so smoothly with Aspen. He has been in love with America for years, actively fighting for her for two books, and in this book, just because America chose who she wants to be with without even informing him he backs away and doesn't fight for her? Wtf is going on? And when did he and Lucy become a thing? They are at the point of saying "I love you" to each other? We saw nothing of that! When did they have the time for this to happen? I don't understand anything.

Also, Maxon realises, just by America being close to Aspen for God's sake, that he was her previous love. But his reaction was so unMaxonlike. Again, Cass's problem with characters. He was so cold, a man who has declared his true devotion and love to America, in person and in writing, would just marry someone else without letting America explain the situation?

These two people are supposed to run an entire country now. Good luck with that. The "bad" rebels are actually a threat now. They have infiltrated the castle a gazillion times before, killing some guards only, and now because it's the ending and it's convenient, they are deadlier and they kill off like 5 of the main characters. I don't know what else to say. I said I wouldn't judge this series harshly, but I can't stand these situations now. They are ridiculous.

The first book was very light hearted, reminded me of The Bachelor , cute characters, cute plot, but then it introduced all the politics which made no sense and tried to be a serious series. That's what bothered me.

What is The Selection series about?

If it stayed a lovey-dovey dystopian series, I wouldn't make this kind of review now, ranting about everything. But now I have to, cause it's pretending to be a serious series. No no no. Before the conclusion of this marvelous review, I need to discuss the ending. Maxon had a cold and over the top reaction to America's past with Aspen and then So unrealistic.

Two minutes ago you were like "I hate you America, I don't want to speak to you again, I will marry Kriss and live happily ever after, basically fuck off" and after the invasion he's like" Oh America, my sweet love, I love you more than anything in the world, love love love, lovey eyes, heart emoji, love love". And then we got Aspen walking America down the aisle. After this whole misunderstand, Maxon easily accepted his new queen's ex boyfriend to walk her down the aisle.

And Aspen of course didn't have any hard feelings. Feelings linger guys, they don't just automatically go, just as this book suggests. Or appear, for that matter. I wanted to see a conversation between the three of them. We never got this. The ending was so neat and hasty and sloppy.

The love triangle was so prominent in the first two books, and we didn't get a conclusion. I'm so mad. To sum it all up, you see I gave this book almost 4 stars and I wrecked it in this review. I will tell you why. These books are like junk food. They're bad for you but they taste so good.

These books are like Glee. You love to rant about them. You love to scream about them, about how frustrated and annoyed they make you feel, about how ridiculous everything that's happening is. My order for these books is: The Selection 2.

The One 3. I will read the next book, you should expect a ranty review again, because I'm sure this one will be bad too. I know it's about their daughter and her own Selection and I've heard she's insufferable. I'm sure you all are right, but, come on, we have suffered America, how bad can she be? So, till the next one, K BYE! View all 21 comments.

Maria Carrie wrote: I am hesitant to finish this series.

You are right, however, they are like junk food. I still am Carrie wrote: I still am tempted to read them. Great rant! I say go for it. They're fun, they're not long, they're a guilty pleasure. Why not? Joanna Thank tou! I finished The One having trouble understanding how the heck Aspen realized that America wanted to marry Maxon and how he fell in love with Thank tou!

I finished The One having trouble understanding how the heck Aspen realized that America wanted to marry Maxon and how he fell in love with Lucy.

I just read the sort stories all of them but still can't figure that out! Oh man, I loved the series and these two have been my only problems. I've even been able to settle with America's indecisiveness! So, it's just unclear then? We are never gonna solve the mystery of Aspen, basically guessing, America's love for Maxon and starting falling for Lucy? This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. Soon we'll find out - Maxon or Aspen, Aspen or Maxon? Maxon, Maxon, Maxon,Max The cover is gorgeous! Two more assumptions to go Fingers crossed! Aspen and Lucy will fall in love with each other And the cover will be with a girl in a white gown on it: But the question is - Can we wait till ??? I'm not sure: I want it now! View all 78 comments. I was immensely proud of America by the end of the Elite, and couldn't have been more happy with the end of the trilogy!

We all knew who she would end up with! I was crying the "I'm so lonely!

View all 27 comments. Many times in the book, she is not viewed as the prettiest and continuously refuses to wear too much makeup or dress too fancy. Maybe in "The One", she will change her mind in order for the public to view her as the gorgeous girl her family, Aspen, Maxon, and many people see.

I hope not. I like her stubborn ways! Extremely excited about "The One" but having to wait one year? View all 43 comments. These books are such easy reads, though dealing with America's America-ness was not so easy. I liked that she stood by her beliefs and values, but it drove me nuts how she flip-flopped all over the place with her feelings.

Especially since it was very obvious how she felt, a lot of her indecision didn't have much justification. Throughout the series, I never felt like the rebels were truly threats, they never seemed very dangerous. Things changed towards the last half of The One, which I appre These books are such easy reads, though dealing with America's Things changed towards the last half of The One, which I appreciated.

I don't know how I feel about the ending. Things wrap up a little too nicely, and I feel like there were some things that needed to be properly sorted out between our characters.

More of the flip-flopping feelings, where the past just seems to have been unrealistically forgotten. Then that would have meant there was more room for rebel-tension-goodness. View all 11 comments.

Wouldn't it be awesome if Maxon turned out to be gay? And then he ends up with Aspen! View all 70 comments. Jul 19, Miranda Reads rated it liked it. America, my love, you are sunlight falling through trees. You are the breeze on a too-warm day.

Cue the eye roll, this is definitely going to be one of those kind of books. Break my heart. Picking up where we left off, Maxon Schreave points for having the world's worst last name has to make a crazy-hard decision. And there we were, in the background of it all, hold America, my love, you are sunlight falling through trees. And there we were, in the background of it all, holding on to one another.

The Perfectionist, the Sweetheart, the Diva. He has four choices left and only one will remain. And that One will marry him and become the queen. America is still in the competition, but as the crown draws ever nearer, she will have to come to the ultimate decision - face her own demons and become queen or run away from it all forever. This one was definitely better than the last honestly, Cass could've cut the entirety of book 2 and nothing would've been missed.

The world building didn't feel nearly as fleshed out as I would've hoped. There's Southern Rebels and Northern Rebels but no one in the kingdom really knows what they want. If they were truly a threat, wouldn't they be called terrorists? Also - did the king give the rebels a spare key? How do they break into the palace every other week? The queen competition just didn't feel realistic to me - you would think that every girl chosen for this competition would've been an excellent choice for queen after all, why risk anything?

America, you are full of nothing but bad ideas. Great intentions but awful ideas. America doesn't know anything about foreign policy, internal politics or even basic palace manners and yet she was chosen!

This girl doesn't even like to study - is this really the girl you want in charge of the country? I did like the ending - it is very sweet and charming There was too much filler drama inserted just to keep the plot going. Audiobook Comments Read by Amy Rubinate - who did a wonderful job with narrating this one. Truly an excellent book to listen to. Blog Instagram Twitter View all 26 comments. Why, you may ask? The answer: There's even some irony in there: None of the food seemed terribly appealing, though.

There's also an excerpt from the upcoming book The Queen on that page as well, so check it out it get the chance: With more books in this series to come, it seems like The One - despite its flaws - doesn't have to carry the weight of being the final book and summing everything up nicely, any longer. Looking forward to seeing what this series brings us readers soon: How to feel, how to feel, how to feel It's hard to know exactly how I'm meant to feel about this book. On the other hand I'm not totally convinced The One was well thought out.

Because nothing is actually simple. I mean, we've spent two whole books emphasising the fact that nothing about this world, or its characters, is simple. And yet here we are, simplifying things in the final book. Exhibit A: For those who have read The One , only that word is needed to convey my feelings on the issue. For those who haven't read The One , I'll put it a different way. Needless to say, even now, I'm still totally Team Maxon.

Maxon's anger is often justified seeing that America has not yet ceased to be an annoyingly predictable mess of a heroine. But it's so He has tantrums. Yes, you read that right - Maxon has tantrums. And not grown-up ones either. As Sophie 's review of The One put it: You already did that when you agreed to the Selection. And throwing a temper tantrum like a little boy is not the way to solve your problems. As for Aspen I have zero cares to give about Aspen at the moment.

End of story! Welcome to an ending that will make you weep. True, it isn't Veronica Roth's. But at least Veronica Roth had the decency to write Allegiant 's ending properly. She didn't go on a killing spree. She didn't include some major character reversals.

She finished things off in the same style she began them Basically, nothing about The One flowed. Flow is so important in books. Stories shouldn't be put together like leftover puzzle pieces. The easy way out of the situation shouldn't be just to kill as many characters as possible. Spoiler alert: And most of their deaths can be described in the same way The One 's plot can be: Totally, facepalm-inducingly, pointless.

But, that said, it's still the end of a good series. This series started off with some amazing concepts and potentially great characters. And although The One didn't manage to reach the same level of awesomeness the previous books did, it's still part of a reasonably good YA series.

So, my rant aside, if you want to find out how it all ends feel free to pick up The One for yourself. Or write your own ; Pre-read review: The cover.

And I'm just like: Because you all know what this book is going to give us, right? This book cannot come soon enough! Team Maxon! It's gorgeous.

I can't wait! Any ; Anyway, I know we all talked about the covers being red, white and blue because of her name and the fact that the colors were statement dresses in the books but MAN, I STILL wish for a green one. I don't hate the white, I just like green better.

Don't get me wrong- I know the series was meant to be romance, but the idea of "rebel attacks" seemed so so great until I mean that in the best way I can think of. It was like "okay here's a problem, let me solve it in two to three pages and everything will just be all fine.

I wish things could have ended differently for some of the girls, though. And honestly, I'm kind of weirded out by America's maids crush on Aspen. I pictures the maids older like the fairies in Sleeping Beauty, so it was kinda weird. Honestly, for a minute there, I thought America was going to choose Aspen- which I would have respected, but not like.

Overall, the romance side of the story was great. The action? View all 32 comments. Omg the name is out and it is awesome.

The feeelllllsss and OMG Just finished the book, good ending but the feels, this book made me cry so much. It's killing me! View all 69 comments.

May 6th, Well, The One is finally out today and I'm not sure when I'm going to get to read it, but hopefully it will be very soon! However, I did get a chance read the first 10 chapters at unlocktheone. Also, I would be really grateful if you guys wouldn't post any spoilers for The One in the comments of this review, or if you do at least tag them as such, because I do read all of them and EDIT: Also, I would be really grateful if you guys wouldn't post any spoilers for The One in the comments of this review, or if you do at least tag them as such, because I do read all of them and have had books ruined on me this way before.

Happy reading! I'm not gonna lie, I was a bit upset with The Elite. And that makes me sad because I loved the selection and I love Kiera Cass because she's hilarious, but I don't want to spoil this on anybody who has not read it, but as a warning Not in the first 50 pages of course, because the first 50 pages rock.

Even up until about half way through The Elite you say, "Nothing to worry about this can be fixed! I still don't really like Aspen so I don't want her to end up with him, but Maxon was acting like America wasn't the only girl for him any more and I can't accept that.

If this is what it is going to take to make the series interesting then maybe it should have been only two books instead of three. I still gave this book three stars because It was interesting and I still love Marlee and the maids. Even Kriss was fun when I didn't wanna rip her head off too. Over all I just felt betrayed by Maxon. Not in a fun, "This is going to be so cool to see the outcome," way. It was in an, "I will never forgive you," way.

I also would have liked to see the queen more on a side note and also the maids, they are just too funny. I hope you don't fail me Kiera Cass, but we shall see. Also, is it seriously called "The One" As much as I wish the cover was purple I do actually like the white. Before the reveal I was dreading the wedding dress color because it just seemed so typical. I think purple would have really looked nice with the other covers, but this one turned out better than I expected.

And am I the only one that thinks her dress looks super edible? A lot of the people in the comments seem to think that America's actions in The Elite were worse than Maxon's. I understand why you're angry with her because I was too. But the difference here is that Maxon knew that America was conflicted about their relationship before. So why would Maxon be surprised that she didn't want to talk to him when he acted like a jerk. In The Selection book Maxon told America that it was fine if she had doubts, and I understand that she also told him that she was over it in The Elite, but he completely ditched her when she needed comforting and then hung out with Kriss.

So, knowing that even though America had chosen him, Maxon should have known she still wasn't in a stable state of mind and could decide she wanted to leave just by even the smallest of actions. And he does all of this, knowing very well how she feels? And even worse, we find out that he was seeing Celest before the whole thing with Marlee even happened. So, yes I understand America was wrong for sneaking around to see Aspen, but I think Maxon was far more at fault than America here.

Did anyone else get super uncomfortable when her and Aspen would meet in secret. Every time I was just waiting for them to get caught because they were being so careless. It made me so nervous. Not like I'm justifying what they did because it was wrong, but sheesh please don't make me so uneasy!

View all 76 comments. Please read on if you 1. Have no intention of ever reading this book good for you 2. Have read the book my condolences 3.

Just want to see me rant about sleazy men and brainless women isn't that why we're all here? The One. This title can mean so many things, but let me tell you what it means to me. It is the one book in this series that got a higher rating than a 1 from me, mostly because of an ending that completely surpassed my expectations of wtfery.

It is a Rating: It is a story about one prince who is a huge dick, one annoying main character who makes observations that make me want to throttle her, and one kingdom whose existence is baseless and ridiculous. But it doesn't stop at just one!

This book does not have just one , but many stupid characters and plot holes large enough for me to fall into. There are so many problems that I want to address with this review that I don't even know where to start. First of all, there's Maxon. From the first two books, I already knew that he knew jack shit about the kingdom that he was about to rule. In the second book, I could see his idiocy in the way he handled his situation with America. But in this book, boy did he outdo himself.

Throughout the story, Maxon does not act like a king or a prince or anything close to royalty. He cannot make adult decisions, he foolishly argues with America over situations that he doesn't understand and she doesn't understand either , and I honestly cannot understand how anyone would trust this kid to rule over an entire kingdom.

Quite frankly, Maxon is useless, and he actually says so himself. His life is spent either getting whipped by his father in the literal sense , getting whipped by America in the figurative sense , or hanging out with "his girls.

His treatment of America and Aspen when he catches them together and tells Aspen to get out of his face or die reinforced my lack of faith. Maxon would probably do a better job as a pimp than a king.

And that is the gospel truth. Then, there's America: It was almost overwhelming. How do I even describe her? She's so flat and uninteresting that I don't even have any colorful adjectives.I am not king.

I'd be stupid if I didn't. She not only puts herself in trouble, but she puts the LIVES of other people at risk constantly and recklessly.

Book three, totes changes their mind. Es que no puedo.

The One by Kiera Cass

Me and someone else, I corrected. I was literally shaking my iPad during these moments of character stupidity. What would happen if that rebel attack didn't occur at the end?! No America.

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