I think this series has been insane, and I loved it. I don't think there is anything else left to say, except for my review of course.
The time has come for one winner to be crowned.
When she was chosen to compete in the Selection, America never dreamed she would find herself anywhere close to the crown—or to Prince Maxon's heart. But as the end of the competition approaches, and the threats outside the palace walls grow more vicious, America realizes just how much she stands to lose—and how hard she'll have to fight for the future she wants.
After the events in books one and two I was excited to see what Cass could bring next to the series. Obviously we have the big reveal of who Maxon chooses and ultimately who America chooses too, but there are also other plot’s that are going on. Knowing that King Clarkson ultimately tried to fix the selection, and that America doesn’t allow for her passion to get in the way of anything adds to the excitement of everything that is going on in this story.
I absolutely adore the cover. Of course there is a pretty girl in a white dress on the cover. Even though technically the wedding isn’t in this book, unless I totally skipped it needing to know what happens in the end, the title, cover and blurb totally engulf the whole of the series into one image.
Endings to books are never good, but that’s no reflection on the authors writing. It’s just an end to the series means an end to the world and the characters we’ve come to love, and no book enthusiast will want that. The book opening with another rebel attack was completely unexpected, especially as it was a non-violent one and it left everyone confused. I love the way these books encompass everyday life as well as the fact there are rebel attacks and a competition for the Prince’s heart going on. We learn that America becomes and Aunt again.
America’s emotions are completely thrown around in this book. She battles with the old feelings for Aspen while still trying to fight for Maxon. However when she finally does make a choice it such an emotional connection that I felt for her, I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry. Celeste is still a character that I love as well as hate and Cass does a fantastic job of making me feel sorry for the girl when America finds her crying. It really was a lovely touch to someone who had been portrayed as a bully, when really she was just a jealous human.
This ending has me captivated from the very first words and if you’ve not enjoyed this series I personally think you are crazy. Definitely recommend it for any reader of romance, and I would give it 5/5 stars. Any book that makes me cry will always get 5 stars. I love emotions and books that make me feel them give me a connection to them I could only dream about.