Legend Trilogy by Marie Lu

Legend (Legend, #1)Legend by Marie Lu
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


I’m so happy I decided to reread this YA dystopian series. This book is fast-paced, and action-packed, with two well-developed POVs. It’s a dark, gritty world, with a lot of tension in the writing.

I love the exploration of right versus wrong and good versus bad. There are subtle layers in the choices characters make that help determine who they will become.

Book 334 read in 2018

Pages: 305

Prodigy (Legend, #2)Prodigy by Marie Lu
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


That ending, though. Whew. So happy I’m revisiting this series.

Book 335 read in 2018

Pages: 371

Well, that was fun and all kinds of upsetting (just how I like them).

I love it when the 2nd book in a series gets better than the first, and I’ll be starting book 3 as soon as I finish typing this review. So I guess I’m done now.

Champion (Legend, #3)Champion by Marie Lu
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Gosh, that ending. It got me in the feels all over again. I confess, I had completely forgotten how it all worked out, which is a shame, as it’s a nice change of pace from most YA, which tends to be very in the moment.

There are lots of great action sequences in this novel, and they’re well-written which makes them easy to visualize and follow. I would like a few of the tech gadgets that this world has, please and thank you.

Book 336 read in 2018

Pages: 369

A satisfying conclusion to an excellent trilogy. I loved these characters, and I feel a bit sad that the novel ended. Beyond that, I can’t figure out what I might want to say to sum this up. So I won’t.

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