Teen Book Review: Cinder

Book: Cinder by Marissa Meyercinder-book-cover
Reviewer: Macey, Grade 8

Cinder is a 387 page book that takes place in the futuristic world written by Marissa Meyer. Cinder falls over the category of Sci-fi because of the new and improved technology that is introduced within the series. In this remake of Cinderella the main focus is on a teenage girl named Cinder. Cinder is treated as a misfit that nobody even cares about, including her step-mother and sisters just because she is a cyborg. During the day Cinder runs her own booth at the market as a mechanic. One day she gets an unexpected visitor, the PRINCE!!!! Prince Kai needs her to fix one of his most important robots. Meanwhile a deadly sickness is tearing apart her world. Millions are dying from this contagious plague that still needs a cure. For even more added pressure, the horrifying but gorgeous Luna Queen decides to visit Earth. But something’s up with her visit. Something that Cinder believes has to do with killing.

I’d give this book a 5/5 stars because it is amazing and a need to read for teens and tweens!!!!!! I loved this book because  it kept me at the edge of my seat and never disappointed me with the amount of action and adventure within its 387 pages.

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