The Selection

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HarperCollins, Apr 24, 2012 - JUVENILE FICTION - 336 pages
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For thirty-five girls, the Selection is the chance of a lifetime. The opportunity to escape the life laid out for them since birth. To be swept up in a world of glittering gowns and priceless jewels. To live in a palace and compete for the heart of gorgeous Prince Maxon.

But for America Singer, being Selected is a nightmare. It means turning her back on her secret love with Aspen, who is a caste below her. Leaving her home to enter a fierce competition for a crown she doesn't want. Living in a palace that is constantly threatened by violent rebel attacks.

Then America meets Prince Maxon. Gradually, she starts to question all the plans she's made for herself—and realizes that the life she's always dreamed of may not compare to a future she never imagined.

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The writing is clumsy. - Goodreads
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Even the ending is crap. - Goodreads
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Like the plot: bland. - Goodreads
I loved the whole premise of the book. - Goodreads

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User Review  - DresdenG.B1 - LibraryThing

What if you had the chance to become royal? This chance presents itself to America Singer in Kiera Cass's 'The Selection'. America has the chance to apply to be one of 35 girls fighting for Prince ... Read full review

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User Review  - GeraldyC.B1 - LibraryThing

This book is based in the future and it is about a girl named America Singer.In the future the United States is in war with Asia and The United States name changes to New Asia and it is ruled by a ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Kiera Cass is a graduate of Radford University and currently lives in Blacksburg, Virginia, with her family. She is also the author of the New York Times bestseller The Selection and the self-published fantasy novel The Siren. Kiera has kissed approximately fourteen boys in her life. None of them were princes.

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