35 suitors entered the Selection. Only 1 will win her heart. The fifth and final captivating novel in Kiera Cass's #1 New York Times bestselling Selection series!. Kiera Cass’s #1 New York Times bestselling Selection series has captured the hearts of readers from its very first page. Prepare to be swept off your feet by The Crown—the eagerly awaited, wonderfully romantic fifth and final book in the Selection series. Twenty years have. The Selection, The Elite, The One, The Heir and The Crown. Kiera Cass – The Crown (epub) I'll Be There by Holly Goldberg Sloan (pdf).
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Eadlyn didn't think she would find a real partner among the Selection's thirty-five suitors, let alone true love. But sometimes the heart has a way of surprising you Romance Young Adult Fiction. Publication Details Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Imprint: The Selection.
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The Crown Embed. Media The Crown. Almost every day, a few more people like it, or someone else actively advocates for Kile or Erik and sends up a prayer in "I'm telling you, Eady, wars and treaties and even countries will all come and go.
Almost every day, a few more people like it, or someone else actively advocates for Kile or Erik and sends up a prayer in the hopes America doesn't die. I've loved hearing everyone's predictions and hopes and dreams over the course of a year in waiting for what may or may not be the last of the Selection books, given the track record.
Second, I wish it didn't have to end this way. I really enjoyed the original three Selection books. Sure, America could be annoying, but as long as you didn't take them too seriously, they were quick, fun reads. But The Heir was not a good read for me, for reasons I have already stated in my review. So let's return to the points of improvement I listed here, the day I finished The Heir, in optimism for its sequel.
By the end of the book, Eadlyn says she's learned her lesson, and that she's more aware of how privileged she is.
But let's take a look. I stepped into the bath, noting there was no lavendar, no bubbles, no anything to sweeten the water. Eloise was quiet and fast, but she was no Neena. I sighed. So miss Princess--excuse me--Queen Eadlyn just can't enjoy her little bath without all its fluff, and she can't be bothered to just go and get it herself. That sounds like entitlement to me. And does Eadlyn actually "do something unselfish for her people"? Not really.
She spends the entire book worrying about what they think of her rather than actually trying to help them. The two instances where she does try to reach out weren't even her idea.
The first, the town hall meeting, was Marid's idea, and, as he points out, he was the one who had to save it in the end. The other instance, which never played out in the book, was Kile's idea for a throne room where the people could regularly come and talk to Eadlyn about their problems to get them fixed.
This was what inspired Eadlyn view spoiler [in the constitutional monarchy aspect, hide spoiler ] which was a nice touch, but, again, not really her idea. An additional idea, proposed by again Kile, was the housing project.
But instead of actively taking a hand in it herself, view spoiler [Eadlyn banishes Kile from the palace and makes him do it on his own. See above. Does the coronation ball count?
I guess view spoiler [it was really too much of a close call for Henri to have time "to find a maid to love. Oh, Ahren came back.
But did he have character development?