Friday, February 10, 2017

Review: Cinder

11235712Cinder by Marissa Meyer
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Blurb: Sixteen-year-old Cinder is considered a technological mistake by most of society and a burden by her stepmother. Being cyborg does have its benefits, though: Cinder's brain interference has given her an uncanny ability to fix things (robots, hovers, her own malfunctioning parts), making her the best mechanic in New Beijing. This reputation brings Prince Kai himself to her weekly market booth, needing her to repair a broken android before the annual ball. He jokingly calls it "a matter of national security," but Cinder suspects it's more serious than he's letting on.
Although eager to impress the prince, Cinder's intentions are derailed when her younger stepsister, and only human friend, is infected with the fatal plague that's been devastating Earth for a decade. Blaming Cinder for her daughter's illness, Cinder's stepmother volunteers her body for plague research, an "honor" that no one has survived.
But it doesn't take long for the scientists to discover something unusual about their new guinea pig. Something others would kill for.

Hmm... Well I did enjoy this one, but didn't love it. I wasn't really crazy about any of the characters, but I did like the story overall. I also guessed all the twists, but as I'm in my early twenty's, I might be too old for these. I am looking forward to reading Scarlet though, so we shall see!

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