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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Review: Perfect by Cecelia Ahern

Perfect by Cecelia Ahern
My rating: 4 of 5 Stars    

Picking up right where Flawed left off.  A great "ending" to Celestine's story.  Highly recommend this YA dystopia novel.  Click here to see my review for the first book, Flawed.

Celestine North is back. On the run, hiding from the Guild, she's on a mission to get her verdict revoked and get Judge Crevan accountable for his actions. She has one secret that could bring down the entire system. She's not entirely sure who she can trust as Flawed and non-Flawed have their own agendas. Decisions have to be made, lives depend on her. But every time she gains momentum, the tides turn on her again. Art, Carrick, Flawed, non-Flawed, her family, human rights for all - it's a lot of weight on the shoulders of someone who just turned 18.

I loved the continuation of Celestine's story. While YA dystopia novels pretty much run on the same tangent, it doesn't deter me from loving the story told a different way. And this is better than some I've read. Again, this entire story holds traces of the Scarlet Letter, human rights, segregation and bullying. I will say that I did like the first book better than this one, but that's not to say that this wasn't a fun read. It is fast paced and I was excited to see what was going to happen next. I'm so tired of love triangles and that played a little more in this book so I kind of sighed there. But hey, like I said, same tangent. Predictable, but fun. The concept is fantastic and I was happy with how the author ended this. Especially with giving a glimpse of "where are they now". Always a fan of that. Definitely think this and Flawed are well worth the read.

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