The universe of the Lunar Chronicles holds stories—and secrets—that are wondrous, vicious, and romantic. How did Cinder first arrive in New Beijing? How did the brooding soldier Wolf transform from young man to killer? When did Princess Winter and the palace guard Jacin realize their destinies?
With nine stories—five of which have never before been published … Stars Above is essential for fans of the bestselling and beloved Lunar Chronicles.
Winter by Marissa Meyer
Published by Feiwel & Friends on November 10, 2015
Genres: Retelling, Young Adult, Sci-Fi
“Yeah, but broken isn’t the same as unfixable”
I finally finished Winter last night and I’m still sort of trying to figure out my emotions about this book. Continue reading “Winter (Lunar Chronicles, #4)”
Cress by Marissa Meyer
Published by Feiwel & Friends on February 4, 2014
Genres: Retelling, Dystopia, Young Adult, Sci-Fi
“Maybe there isn’t such a thing as fate. Maybe it’s just the opportunities we’re given, and what we do with them. I’m beginning to think that maybe great, epic romances don’t just happen. We have to make them ourselves.”
Meyer, you did it again. Continue reading “Cress (Lunar Chronicles, #3)”
Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
Published Feiwel & Friends on February 5, 2013
Genres: Retelling, Young Adult, Sci-Fi, Dystopian
“I knew they would kill me when they found out, but…” He struggled for words, releasing a sharp breath. “I think I realized that I would rather die because I betrayed them, than live because I betrayed you.”
Winter came out today and I just finished Scarlet. I’m so excited to get through Cress so I can finally start on Winter. It’s sitting on my shelf and taunting me. I want to read it so awfully bad, but there is so much in Cress I can’t remember. Continue reading “Scarlet (Lunar Chronicles, #2)”
Cinder by Marissa Meyer
Published by Feiwel & Friends on January 3, 2012
Genres: Retelling, Dystopia, Sci-Fi, Young Adult
Even in the future the story begins with Once Upon a Time.
It’s been more than a year since I have originally read this series. When I did read the first three, this blog wasn’t a thought and I hadn’t really started writing reviews. Now here I am, a year and a half later, re-reading the series in preparation for the highly anticipated conclusion, Winter. Continue reading “Cinder (Lunar Chronicles, #1)”