How do you wrap up an epic fairy tale with mutant creatures, an evil queen, plagues, and impossible odds? Add more of course! Marissa Meyer gives us the ending to the crazy, plot twisting Lunar Chronicles with this series that had me hooked from the start with Cinder. As sad as I am to see the end of some of my favorite story characters, I was really happy with how it all came together. It’s so easy to get lost in the world of the Lunar Chronicles. If you haven't read Cinder, Scarlet or Cress, I suggest you go grab them immediately because you’re not going to want to put them down in this fast-paced new version of stories you thought you knew.— Jess
The #1 New York Times Bestselling Series!
Princess Winter is admired by the Lunar people for her grace and kindness, and despite the scars that mar her face, her beauty is said to be even more breathtaking than that of her stepmother, Queen Levana.
Winter despises her stepmother, and knows Levana won't approve of her feelings for her childhood friend--the handsome palace guard, Jacin. But Winter isn't as weak as Levana believes her to be and she's been undermining her stepmother's wishes for years. Together with the cyborg mechanic, Cinder, and her allies, Winter might even have the power to launch a revolution and win a war that's been raging for far too long.
Can Cinder, Scarlet, Cress, and Winter defeat Levana and find their happily ever afters? Fans will not want to miss this thrilling conclusion to Marissa Meyer's national bestselling Lunar Chronicles series.
About the Author
Marissa Meyer's first book in the Lunar Chronicles, Cinder, debuted on the New York Times bestseller list. Marissa lives in Tacoma, Washington, with her husband and their three cats.
“In this final book in the Lunar Chronicles, the stepdaughter of the wicked Queen Levana joins Cinder, Scarlet, and Cress to defeat the Queen and restore Cinder—aka Selene—as the rightful ruler of Luna. Yes, it's another one of Meyer's very fractured fairy tales, in which she offers a new amalgam of Grimm's fairy tales, science fiction, violence, women's lib, and romance. Our Snow White stand-in, Winter, is beautiful in spite of facial scars, kind to all she encounters, mentally fragile, and in love with her lowly guard, Jacin . . . " —Booklist, starred review