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Kiera Cass
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“Deliciously entertaining.” (Publishers Weekly)

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The hotly-anticipated sequel to the New York Times bestseller The Selection.

Thirty-five girls came to the palace to compete in the Selection. All but six have been sent home. And only one will get to marry Prince Maxon and be crowned princess of Illea.

America still isn't sure where her heart lies. When she's with Maxon, she's swept up in their new and breathless romance, and can't dream of being with anyone else. But whenever she sees Aspen standing guard around the palace, and is overcome with memories of the life they planned to share. With the group narrowed down to the Elite, the other girls are even more determined to win Maxon over--and time is running out for America to decide.

Just when America is sure she's made her choice, a devastating loss makes her question everything again. And while she's struggling to imagine her future, the violent rebels that are determined to overthrow the monarchy are growing stronger and their plans could destroy her chance at any kind of happy ending.

Détails sur le produit

  • Broché: 336 pages
  • Editeur : HarperTeen; Édition : International (23 avril 2013)
  • Collection : The Selection
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0062262858
  • ISBN-13: 978-0062262851
  • Dimensions du produit: 2,2 x 14 x 20,5 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.7 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (3 commentaires client)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 J'aime et je déteste!! 24 avril 2013
Par sophie
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
J'aime et je déteste en même temps!

J'aime car l'histoire est moins "linéaire" et je déteste pour les mêmes raisons. America n'est plus la favorite unique. C'est rageant et en même temps, intéressant. Elle se pose beaucoup de questions, sur ses sentiments, sur son aspiration à devenir princesse, elle repousse Maxon et celui-ci tourne son attention ailleurs...
Aspen reste son rock, il est amoureux, fiable. A certains moments du livre, je détestais Maxon et en même temps, je ne peux qu'espérer qu'America gagnera la compétition pour avoir une chance de transformer le système de castes.

Prochain livre pas avant avril 2014!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Hunter games ou bleuette? 25 janvier 2014
Par Bulle
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Et voilà , je ne sais toujours pas a quel genre de livre j'ai à faire... Ça ne parle que de notre trio amoureux ( et ça tourne un peu en rond, il faut bien le dire), mais à côté de ça, America commence à comprendre certaines choses...sur les rebelles, la fondateur de son pays, maxon...la révolte gronder, et même si l'histoire d'amour est sympa en soi, je croise les doigts pour que tout vole en éclat dans le troisième tome! Vivement la suite!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Décevant 27 août 2013
Par laitram
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Le tome 1 était vraiment intéressant et captivant. Au contraire, ce tome 2 n'a aucun intérêt , il ne se passe rien qui n'est été lu dans le tome 1 . Dommage !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Romance, Royalty and Rebels...OH MY! 18 juin 2014
Par J. Rivera - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
This is such a guilty-pleasure read series for me. I read this book twice in one week just to make sure I absorbed every last detail and could start to analyze what will happen in the last book. This was such a fun read, I can gush for quite awhile.

I know this series has a lot of contractions for readers. Yes, there is a LOT of drama. The same old love triangle between America, Maxon and Aspen is far from over. In fact, it is stronger than ever in this book. Yes, America drove me crazy with her indecisiveness and bouncing back and forth! Yet it is the way Kiera Cass presents the story to us that sucks me in past those annoyances, into the very center of a rich world.

This book is also a bit darker than the first one which is nice. While the first books had me on a fluffy cloud of giddiness while reading this one kept me right where I was but completely riveted to what was unfolding. King Clarkson is a piece of work! And I have a funny feeling this book just scraped the surface of his true character. And Marlee, oh Marlee! I love her character! We also get a lot more information on the rebels. The attacks are stepped up and secrets revealed. This has me questioning a lot of things for the last book. I have a few theories and suspicions although these suspicions has me very concerned for certain characters...

And now for the romantic drama. We last left off with Maxon utterly devoted to America, Aspen pinning after her and America was finally willing to focus on Maxon. Well situations and Maxon's behavior turns America into a yo-yo of emotions for both guys. While I like Maxon, certain actions and responses (or lack thereof) really throw America into a spin. Hence, drama!

So while this series is very frivolous in many ways, they is a level of depth. The fairy tale-esque style to it all has me addicted. Honestly, it is not easy to explain. All I can say, is check this out. You may love it, you may hate it. For me, it sent me to a happy place in my mind that I didn't want to leave.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I loved it! 19 juin 2013
Par Mandy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
I've been dying to read The Elite after finishing The Selection the only reason I've avoided it the last few months is because the wait for The One is so long. The Elite starts off right after the end of The Selection with the six remaining girls still all attempting to win over the prince Maxom. America is torn between being with the man she's falling in love with and the man she's loved for so long.

While the girls remain focused on winning the prince's heart around them attacks from both the north and south pushing to end the Selection before the prince makes his choice. As the threat's get more violent the king press's his son to eliminate more girls moving closer to ending the selection before the rebels can end it themselves. As the Selection progresses she will best tested in more ways than she can imagine as all the girls are each tested some in harsher ways than others.

I really love America's character she is very strong, stubborn, defiant, acting rashly. Yet she follows her head and heart even when it's not always the best choice speaking out for what she feels is right. I have enjoyed reading about her adventure in the selection watching how she grows from just wanting to be there for her family to really wanting to be the one. I'm kind of torn on the whole Maxon and Aspen thing, at first I hated Aspen for the way he treated America and now I'm not so sure. As for Maxon we kind of have a love hate relationship, every time I think he's perfect he end up doing something to make me hate him. I tend to avoid love triangles but this seems to be the exception.

The Elite is a fun continuation of America's journey through the selection process. Like the first the elite is very much Revolution meets The Bachelor which I kind of love. I can't stop talking about this series I even tried to push the books onto people I've just met. I love the concept it brings a unique twist into the whole dystopian genre which I also love. The characters are fantastic you can't help loving them even the ones who are oh so bad you just love to hate. I'm torn over America's choice but that's to be expected I just hope The One ends the way I want it to when I figure that out. The Elite is a fast paced story just like the first I finished it in an afternoon so captivating I was unable to put it down. I'm dying for the next book can't wait to see how it's all going to end.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Sequel 26 mai 2013
Par DanaSquare - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
The Elite is the sequel to The Selection by Kiera Cass which was one of my most anticipated releases of this year. The Selection has been described by many as The Hunger Games meets The Bachelor. I have been a fan of Kiera Cass even before she published books from youtube. I really enjoyed The Selection it was a great world and very exciting. It was definitely nice to see a mix of a very serious topic but with a very fluffy twist. One thing that I disliked about The Selection was that it had an abrupt ending. As soon as the story picked up the pace it ended. At times I felt like these two books could have been one large book.

The Elite left me with some mixed feelings. I think it was a great continuation and displayed a large amount of character development but at the same time I didn't like said developments. The Elite had a ton more action than the first book from the rebels, torture, and girl fighting. Overall it had a more intense and anxious mood to it.

I am definitely TEAM MAXON but both Maxon and America bothered me this book. Seriously the worst thing Maxon could ever do was kiss Celeste and he did. So now as a reader I don't trust him. Even though he explained himself and was warranted because America was being a moody bitch. I still ship them but they can be downright annoying at times. Then the whole Marlee thing happened and America was more upset by it than Marlee. She blamed it on Maxon when he had nothing to do with it. Aspen and Kris really surprised me because they were two characters that I tried too hard to not like but I really couldn't help it.

I definitely felt that The Elite explained and showed more of the caste system. In the reports we realize how greedy and unfair the king truly is. Maxon hasn't even had total control in The Selection. I think Maxon will make a great king as of how he changed in this installment.

I feel as though nothing much happened throughout this book yet so much did. It ends off pretty much the same way as The Selection of America having to make a choice. This time it had less to do with Aspen but more her choice to actively try to win The Selection. America may annoy me as a character but she really does want to bring about change. I love how strong she is.

This series is a trilogy and the next book is titled The One (cover art not revealed as of now). This title definitely means Maxon is going to pick someone. (Fingers crossed it is America) or even America will have to choose. I hope that The One will finally answer my questions about the rebels and the war. I still feel slightly unconfused about the back story of the royal family. I can't wait for The One! Also I was so bummed to find out that The Selection pilot wasn't picked up by The CW!

~ Review from ARC that was WON!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Kiera Cass has created a world you can loose yourself in! 19 juin 2013
Par Steph Doll - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I liked the first book a lot, but I absolutely loved "The Elite". This is story writing at it's best. For me a good book is something I can loose myself in and forget about the world around me and its problems. This book did that for me, I couldn't put it down. There were some surprises in this book that were unexpected and I'm excited to see where the story goes from here.

What I liked:
America stays true to herself and her beliefs. She doesn't care if it's proper or expected behavior when it comes to what she feels is right.
America, Maxon and Aspen all have made mistakes whose consequences they have to live with, but they also learn from them.
America finds out what the reason behind the rebel attacks may be.
We finally get to see King Clarksons true colors.
Mary, Anne and Lucy. They remain completely loyal and true friends to America. I love them!

What I didn't like:
Her indecisiveness between Maxon and Aspen. It seems to be that she favors whomever she's with at the moment. I hope she sticks with the choice she makes at the end of the book and doesn't change her mind again in the next one.
Aspen, I really started despising him in this book. He keeps telling America things about Maxon that he really doesn't know, since he doesn't know the guy.
King Clarkson, he's humanity at its worst!!! I hope he gets put in his place in the next book.

My favorite quote:
(Exchange between Marlee and America)
She sighed. "I give up. Sorry, America, you've been so patient, but I hate hearing myself play. It sounds like the piano is sick."
"More like it's dying actually."

I definitely recommend this book. I can't wait to find out how the story ends and how America solves her current dilemmas.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing sequel!! Cant wait for the next one 20 juin 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
I have been waiting anxiously to get my hands on a copy of The Elite, ever since I finished reading The Selection! And it did NOT disappoint!

The story starts right where the Selection stops. There are 6 girls left, including America, in the running of trying to win the heart of Prince Maxon and becoming the princess. America continues to care for Maxon, but her heart still feels for her first love, Aspen, who is a soldier there in the palace.

There are more rebel attacks, one so severe that America was almost captured. I have a feeling the rebels will be a bigger part in the next book (*crosses fingers*) So there was constant action.
By the end of the book, there are only 4 girls left... one of them going out in a very tragic way. (don't worry, she doesn't die)

I will say that this book actually made me tear up a few times. Once when America receives recognition and praise from her father, after she did something most people would condemn (but she felt strongly about) and another towards the end when she is saying goodbye to one of the guys. (no spoilers here)

Really, I don't even think she made up her mind about which one she wants. I mean, I think its clear, but its so hard to be sure since she wavers so much., and I cant blame her. Aspen is great and steady and she knows he loves her. But Maxon is great in his own way (though I don't like him now as much as did in the first book)

This book is grittier. Some crazy things go down. And I still cannot wait for the next one. Just found out theres a little novella... so Im gonna try and find that.

Review by Theresa M Jones at TheresaMJones.com
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