This is the third in the series. So you will want to read The Selection and The Elite before reading this review.
America has survived so many tests and trials, attacks from other girls, attacks from rebels, a whipping, and now she must make a choice. Will she fight for Maxon, or will she marry Aspen? Is this about duty or love? How can she be a part of a kingdom that she does not believe in, a kingdom based on a caste system she knows is wrong? Will she even have the chance with rebel attacks coming so frequently?
Okay, I have to give it to Kiera Cass. After making America very unlikable in The Elite, she made a great comeback with The One. I don't know how I feel about authors killing off characters sometimes, but in the end, it made America a more sympathetic character, one you could relate to and not so caught up in the drama of being picked. She even made Celeste more likable. I have to say this book made up for the second one. So if you lose heart in The Elite, this one makes up for it.
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