Scarlet

Title: Scarlet
Author: Marissa Meyer
Series: The Lunar Chronicles, book 2/6
Genre: Dystopian, Fairytale, Romance, Sci-Fi, YA 
Publisher: Feiwel and Friends
Release Date: February 5th, 2013

 

Note: This post reviews the second book of The Lunar Chronicles. You may like to read the first book in the series, Cinder, before reading this review. 

Mild spoilers.

Adding to the story of our heroine from the first book, Scarlet is thrown into a mystery after her grandmother unexpectedly disappears. Determined to find her grandmother, Scarlet warily sets off with Wolf, a rough street fighter who is the only one who knows anything about her grandmother – and the people who kidnapped her. Thus, we have our next fairytale retelling in this series: Little Red Riding Hood.

Scarlet and Wolf have an undeniable connection from their first meeting, though Scarlet has reason to distrust him. She learns that Wolf is not who he says he is, and not what he seems. The other portion of the book follows Cinder, the cyborg Cinderella who was revealed in book one to be none other than the missing lunar princess. On the run from evil Queen Levana, her aunt who wants her dead, Cinder roams the galaxy as she pieces together the truth about her past.

Will Scarlet find her grandmother and learn why she was kidnapped in the first place? Will Wolf prove his loyalty to Scarlet, or will his past continue to haunt him? Will Cinder embrace her destiny and face her enemies, or will she continue to stay in hiding? These unknowns kept me engaged in the story from start to finish, and had me turning page after page to see what happens to these characters we have already come to love.

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