"Heathcliffe and Catherine. The only redeeming quality about either of them is their love for each other, and there's something really beautiful in that. Beautiful but twisted. Their emotions are raw, undiluted by neither logic nor morality."
"Utterly enslaves it's readers from page one. Humorous yet heart-rendering. Green is able to manipulate our emotions through driving home a more philosophical approach to life, death, and the Labyrinth as we know it."
"Wow. This one really blew me away. Other than the authors constant usage of the word, "For" ("Blah, Blah, Blah. . . For he was a warrior in his heart"--that kind of stuff), it's really good. Amazing even. I'd recommend it to anyone who enjoyed The Hunger Games."
"Probably the least-loved book out of the entire Twilight series, but my own closet favorite. It almost became a little too real for me. Sometimes I felt like I WAS Bella, and Meyer was just singing my life with her words."