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I could have read this book in 1 day if I could have kept my eyes open last night to finish it. It was deeply moving to me and showed me what bullying is like when taken to the extreme in a society, to the point where some people in society are seen a less-than-human and have their rights taken away and their lives severely restricted over lapse of judgment or thought different from the accepted norm. I felt the anger and the frustration of the Flawed and those who questioned the morality of the society but were afraid to speak up in fear of being declared "Flawed." A great dystopian novel that O would highly recommend to all especially young adults and dystopian readers.
I gave this a 4 out of 5 on Goodreads.
I really enjoyed this book! I'm a big fan of books set in dystopian societies, and while this one wasn't overtly dystopian, it still fits the bill. I liked watching the characters progress through the book in terms of beliefs - in the beginning of the book, so much of what they believe was black and white, and by the end there are definitely shades of grey. The book ends on a cliffhanger (noooooo!) so I'm really excited for it's sequel, Perfect, which comes out in April 2017. I can't wait to read it!
I will say, that if you read To All the Boys I've loved Before by Jenny Han and didn't care for Lara Jean, you will likely not like Celestine. She's much in the same vain in regards to being incredibly eager to be perfect and follow the rules, without stepping a toe out of line. They remind me a lot of each other, so if you don't like one, you probably won't like the other. For me, it wasn't a problem, I liked both characters, even though there were definitely a few times I wanted to slap Celestine for being so naive and innocent. I don't remember being that naive in High School, but who knows! Maybe I was!
Anyway, I definitely recommend to anyone who enjoys young adult dystopian novels, and I will absolutely be reading Perfect when it comes out next year!
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It was the last perfect moment in my life.
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