Legend by Marie Lu
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Authors
Marie Lu
ISBN
9780141339603
Date Released
Binding
Paperback
Pages
304
Dimensions
129 x 198mm
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Los Angeles, California, Republic of America

He is Day, The boy who walks in the light.

She is June, The girl who seeks her brother's killer.

On the run and undercover, they meet by chance. Irresistably drawn together, neither knows the other's past.

But Day murdered June's brother, And she has sworn to avenge his death . .
ISBN:
9780141339603
Publication Date:
01 / 03 / 2013
Pages:
304
Dimensions:
129 x 198mm
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Eloquently written, full of unexpected plot twists and starring intelligent, relatable characters, "Legend" makes for a brilliant read. June and Day were quite enjoyable characters. They were both remarkably intelligent, physically capable and extremely loyal. In other words, they had everything you could ever want in a character. Strong, quick-witted, intelligent, loyal – June and Day are who I aspire to be. They are my role models. Tessa, Metias and John were all strong, notable characters that found a place in my heart. They were all full of integrity and had a fundamental goodness in themselves. The relationships that they had with June and Day (respectively) were so sweet, genuine and full of love. “If you want to rebel, rebel from inside the system. That’s much more powerful than rebelling outside the system.” So many books have the protagonists uprising from the “outside”, but Metias is right – it’s much more effective to rebel from inside the system. It made for a nice change and was rather enjoyable – especially given the nature of the characters. The world-building truly was spectacular. I believed it right from the get-go and it was set up realistically. The trials were actually a very clever – if somewhat impractical – method of governing the future of the population. But questions do arise that I hope will be answered in the following books – Why did they lie about Day’s score? The Elector seems to indeed be elected, so one would think the Republic would be democratic, but it seems this is not the case. Do people actually vote? The poor certainly have no say. Indeed, it seems the Republic is more a military dictatorship than anything else. Where did they take Eden? What is this new strand of plague? Would they still have taken him if events did not play out as they did? Highly recommended, "Legend" is a stunning tale with a unique spin on the dystopian genre. - Melissa (QBD)
, 03/11/2017

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