Tuesday, July 2, 2013
Scarlet is angry. No one is looking for her grandmother. Grand-mere disappeared from their farm in rural France three weeks ago, and the police have given up the search already. Scarlet will never be satisfied until she finds the only person who's ever cared for her. On top of all this, she's annoyed that every seems so quick to judge that Linh Cinder girl on the news. She's just a kid; it's not her fault she's a cyborg. What can she have done that's so horrible she deserves everyone's scorn?
As she's making a produce delivery to one of the farm's best clients, she meets a handsome and hungry stranger who's never tasted a tomato. She is both attracted and repelled by Wolf. But she soon becomes suspicious that Wolf is involved in her grandmother's disappearance even though he insists he isn't. Soon Scarlet is on a journey to find her grandmother with Wolf in tow. Can she trust this Wolf?
Meanwhile, Cinder is still reeling from her discovery that she is the long lost Lunar Princess Selene, and she has no intention of falling into Queen Lavana's hands and certain death. In her escape from prison, she makes a miscalculation and ends up with an actual criminal in tow. The good news is, Thorne seems pretty harmless, and he has a ship. With a new foot and hand and her Lunar gift unlocked, Cinder is better equipped than ever but wracked with guilt over her ability to bend others' perception of reality.
How are Cinder and Scarlet connected, and how can these two girls stand against the powerful Lunar queen whose ultimate plan is coming to fruition with violence and terror? Read Marissa Meyer's action packed sequel to find out.