When Eadlyn became the first princess of Illa to hold her own Selection, she didnt think she would fall in love with any of her thirty-five suitors. She spent the first few weeks of the competition counting down the days until she could send them all home. But as events at the palace force Eadlyn even further into the spotlight, she realizes that she might not be content remaining alone.Eadlyn still isnt sure shell find the fairytale ending her parents did twenty years ago. But sometimes the heart has a way of surprising youand soon Eadlyn must make a choice that feels more impossibleand more importantthan she ever imagined....
|Title||:||The Crown (The Selection #5)|
|Number of Pages||:||278 pages|
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The Crown (The Selection #5) Reviews
This is just too much. The Selection was supposed to be a trilogy, yet there are five books in the series?
Woman, let go of this series. Try writing something else - the cow has no more milk!
Yep, that's right.
(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to HarperCollins UK Children's, and NetGalley.)
“There were things I was always sure of, and almost all of that has fallen apart in the last few weeks.”
This was a good end to the series, and Eadlyn really played her role well.
Eadlyn continued to be a strong character in this book; she really stepped up, she put others first, and she really cared about what was good for everyone else rather than just for ...more
OMG OMG OMGGGGGGG TIENES QUE LEER ESTE LIBRO Y TODA LA SAGA YA
La Corona, cuarta y última parte de la saga La Selección o segunda parte de la bilogía secuela de la trilogía la Selección. Sea como sea, novela que concluye el ciclo que abrió la Selección y que se ha hecho con el pedacito que quedaba disponible de mi corazón. La Corona es una novela totalmente a la altura del resto de la saga, con unos giros totalmente inesperados y que, sin duda, gustará a todxs lxs seguidorxs de La Selección.
The Crown is book five in The Selection series by Kiera Cass. This series has captivated me from the beginning. For me, it’s one of the most visual series I’ve ever read. Is it the girly girl in me that loves the gowns, the jewels, the pomp and circumstance? No matter the reason, I’m a fan, and I love the way Kiera Cass wrapped it all up.
Eadlyn has grown up. This book holds a very different Eadlyn than you met in the beginning. This young woman holds the weight of her country on her shoulders. ...more
THIS WILL BE A RANT.
It's a 2.5. The thing is... I enjoyed the book, but OMG, I'm just not buying anything that happened at the end! REALLY? So now Eadlyn gets to make whatever change she wants in the kingdom, she doesn't have to get it approved or even discussed with the council, nope, she just gives the surprise announcement and that's it! WHAT! That's not how a country works! Maybe Illéa has to respect everything she decides, but there will obviously be revolts! It was too simple! She was like ...more
So I read through this in one sitting but I did not like it. I found it boring and the romance was so rushed and came out of the blue. By halfway through the author still had me guessing on who Eadlyn, our stupid useless heroine, would choose. She had guys coming from far and wide just for her to "pick". Load of bull. I just taught Eadlyn's story was pointless. I am sure these two books would have been so much better if Maxon and America's story had continued from book 3 ...more
“Maybe it's not the first kisses that are supposed to be special. Maybe it's the last ones.”
I have finally finished The Selection series. It was about time.
A few years ago when I read the first book I loved the story. Then came the second book and it went downhill. After The One I passionately hated America. And then I found out that this still wasn't enough and I had to read about her daughter! Who would only be more spoiled and vain and self-centered. If that was even possible.
So why did I kee ...more
This is going to go one of two ways.
Way #1: I will love this book. I will gush about this book. I will want to have its children (not really) and pledge my soul to this book (a possibility).
Way #2: I will hate this book so much that I see red. Gouging my eyes out after reading is a possibility (gouging occuring during reading in an [most likely successful] attempt to avoid continuing reading this book is also a possibility, BUT it will only happen if the book is really bad), but I may settle fo ...more