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“The Selection could be a wonderful opportunity for you, for all of us.” I sighed aloud, thinking that filling out that form might actually be something close to death . Fall in love—from the very beginning. Discover the first book in the captivating, #1 New York Times bestselling Selection medical-site.infoe to be swept into a world. The Selection, The Elite, The One, The Heir and The Crown. do you prefer them in epub or PDF format? I get a post up for them:))). LikeLike.

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The Selection book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. For thirty-five girls, the Selection is the chance of a lifetime. The Selection (Selection Trilogy, Band 1) Click button below to download or read this book. Description The Selection For 35 girls, the. Title: DOWNLOAD The Selection (Selection Trilogy Band 1) EBOOK EPUB KINDLE PDF, Author: oebarber, Name: DOWNLOAD The Selection.

Hey Readers: So this is my first fanfiction so it might be rough at first. I hope to update this story at least once a week but with school starting soon I might not be able to. I know this chapter is short but the ones after it will be much longer, I just wrote this little piece to see how people like it. It's been a week since Maxon's party and he's still as excited for the baby as he was when I first told him. It's been a pain trying to get him to keep it a secret from everyone for this long. Maxon has even bought me several pregnancy and baby books that he has already started reading last night. Although Maxon insists that I take it easy for the next 8 months, I've been busier than ever. Between the New Asian war, southern rebels and working on demolishing the castes, I've been working from 8am to 11pm every day. I only saw Maxon during meetings, or whatever meals we both weren't busy. At night we would spend time together if he wasn't late coming to bed. I wake up to the sunlight coming through the windows of the king suite. As I look at the clock next to the bed to see that it's already past 8.

It's like Cass wants to make America sympathetic by having her care about her maids view spoiler [such as her concern for the girls during the two rebel attacks hide spoiler ] , but America's actual behavior towards the girls is condescending and smug. Later, she self-righteously says that she "enjoys the company of Sixes. That would be a better way of putting it. There is no subtlety, no tension. If someone wants to know something? Any character will spill the inner workings of their mind immediately.

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Case in point: when Aspen is angry at America for cooking dinner, instead of drawing out the tension and creating a sense of unease with Aspen withholding this information, Aspen simply bursts out the chauvinistic truth. Who does that? Someone who is acting according to the dictates of plot instead of human nature and their own characterization. Then another character describes America as 'mysterious' at one point. Clearly, the author's definition of 'mysterious' is very different from everyone else's.

Cass is also VERY fond of using the dialogue tag "sing" or "sang out. This is a really idiotic move because I sort of imagine everyone singing in a Miss Piggy tone of voice. The queen is described as sitting "not in an icy way," in contrast to her husband and son. Which makes zero sense. You can't just use words because you feel like it.

Words mean specific things.

Also, someone twirls her fork "menacingly. This is one of those fun things you can try to do at dinner tonight. I get what Cass is trying to go here, but she hasn't described it right.

Or it can even be something like, "She was merely twirling pasta on her fork, but she somehow managed to make the gesture look menacing, like she meant to stab me in the eye with it after I was finished eating. America also puts her books on a "helpful" shelf. At one point, America describes Aspen's hair as "scraggly. Ragged, thin, or untidy in form or appearance.

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Now, I recognize the use of the word "or" in this definition: that it can mean ragged, thin, OR untidy. However, words have connotations as well as denotations, and using the word "scraggly" implies dirty and thin.

Probably not how you want people to imagine one of the love interests' hair. Cass also likes to juxtapose words weirdly, like when America "whisper-yelled" at Aspen, or when Maxon laughs "with a bizarre mix of rigidity and calm," or a character who smiles in a way that's both "excited and timid.

America's family is described as poor because they are lower caste. I don't download it. She has her own bedroom, and her family owns not only a fridge, but a TV, and they eat popcorn while they watch it.

And it would have been so easy to do! Such as, "the fridge was a cast-off from the home of a Three! Inner city? Rural countryside?

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This would have gone a long way towards establishing America's poverty. Or people are described as "regal" without any indication of what that means stiff posture? Raised chin? Expressionless face? Walks with a stick up their rears?

America's first breakfast in the palace: "The eggs and bacon were heaven, and the pancakes were perfectly done, not too thin like the ones I made at home. Writers: make your words count. Here's another stunning example of Cass's descriptive prowess: "The wallpaper, the gilt mirrors, the giant vases of fresh flowers were all so beautiful.

The carpets were lavish and immaculate, the windows were sparkling, and the paintings on the wall were lovely. How big are the mirrors?

What kind of flowers? What do the carpets look like? This is not how you write description, guys. The telling, not showing also ties into the bad characterization. We are TOLD, for example, that Aspen's mother is kind, because she "give[s] clothes that didn't fit her kids anymore to families who had next to nothing.

Giving away clothes that you don't use anymore isn't kind, because it lacks the element of sacrifice. It's vaguely charitable at best. Good luck for the following! Like Liked by 1 person. I always find new favorites here! Thank you so much! Thanks so much for sharing! T Is there any way it can be fixed? You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

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But now, the secret society known as the Black Key is preparing to seize power. While Violet knows she is at the center of this rebellion, she has a more personal stake in itfor her sister, Hazel, has been taken by the Duchess of the Lake.

Now, after fighting so hard to escape the Jewel, Violet must do everything in her power to return not only to save Hazel, but the future of the Lone City. I need the next book now!

Andrea Cremer, international bestselling author of The Nightshade Series Excellent world building skillful descriptions. Booklist starred review Ewing writes a fastpaced story that takes readers into the inner workings of a society that is obsessed with power and perfection.

Bulletin of the Center for Childrens Books Praise for The White Rose ; This fast-paced plot and a surprise twist will make readers anxious for the next series entry.

A must-read for fans of the previous title; they will not be disappointed. School Library Journal The storys setting is interesting. A decadent matriarchal society is thought provoking.

This is a quick read. Good storytelling. This solidly sets fans up for the next volume.