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Winter (The Lunar Chronicles #4)

Princess Winter is admired by the Lunar people for her grace and kindness, and despite the scars that mark 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....

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Winter (The Lunar Chronicles #4) Reviews

  • Kayla

    Marissa Meyer in Interview: (paraphrased)

    "Winter decided not to use her Lunar gift. She experiences bad hallucinations and her mental state is deteriorating."

    ME:







    Winter is going to be such an interesting character I'm so excited!

    After Reading Cress

    So, without too many spoilers, I'm just going to leave this little exchange here:

    Winter: "You shouldn't call me crazy. They don't like that."

    Other Character: "But you are!"

    Winter: "I know that I am. Do you know how I know? Because the walls of t
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  • Kainat 《HUFFLEPUFF & PROUD》

    Solid 4.5 STARS.

    “Do me a favor, Princess.

    The next time someone says they're going to kill you,

    don't just let them.”




    I finished this! Again.

    They left me. Again.

    It's a bittersweet feeling. On one hand, I am completely satisfied with how Meyer decided to tie things up, but then on the other, i wouldn't have minded another book. Things felt a little rushed at times?

    The only complaint I have is Thorne and Cress's relationship. It feels wrong? I don't know about you guys but Cress is like a ch
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  • Maureen

    4.5/5

    I HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS DON'T TOUCH ME RIGHT NOW.

    I really really loved this book. The character interactions were ON POINT as always. I love this cast of characters so so much and I care SO MUCH ABOUT THEM.

    World building - YAS. I loved reading about Luna and picturing everything, especially the throne room

    I can't really totally give it a 5 stars because it just felt so long and like so many things happened at the beginning that there wasn't really a climax - that being said, it was really
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  • alyssa ♛

    Buddy Reading the fourth and final book of the Lunar Chronicles with none other than Blue Boo Bear <3

    Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ / 5 stars

    Lead Male Character: ★ ★ ★ ★ / 5 stars

    Lead Female Character: ★ ★ ★ ★ / 5 stars

    Plotline: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ / 5 stars

    Genre: Dystopian, action, adventure, fairytale-retelling, and romance

    Will I recommend this book to others?: YES!

    Will I reread this book?: Definitely!

    Overall story summed up in one word: Jacin-tastic!

    This book was everything I expected it to be! From beginning
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  • Catriona (LittleBookOwl)

    After finishing the last page, I got a little teary. From finishing not only a fantastic book, but also one of my favourite series. I don't really know what to do now...

  • Danielle (Love at First Page)

    That's how you end a series. I am in love!

    A star for each one of my ships:

    *Scarlet & Wolf, forever my favorites. They, I think, have had the roughest journey of all, but they're love also seems the strongest. They never waver, especially in this book.

    *Cress & Thorne, who fully stole my heart in Winter. They are adorable beyond words, and so very, very perfect for each other.

    *Winter & Jacin, with their childhood love turned into something far fiercer and truer. They are each other's
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  • Dana

    *Sees release date*











  • Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads-no-more

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads

    I've been a champion of THE LUNAR CHRONICLES for years now. I saw CINDER featured for months and months on Fantastic Fiction (b/c before I started using Goodreads), and I was simultaneously intrigued and horrified by the concept of a sci-fi YA retelling of a fairy tale. Honestly, I don't remember what finally convinced me to pick it up. I was just glad I did.

    Now I'm not so sure. The first two books were fantastic, and while I wasn’t quite as fond of the third, it wasn’t

    “Why did I pass out?” Cinder interrupted.

    Crouching beside the couch, Jacin felt for the pulse in Cinder’s wrist. After a short silence, he let it drop down again. “Stress, probably, along with your physical reaction to having the portscreen connected to your”—he gestured to her general head area—“ computer thing.”

    “And you call
    me squeamish,” said Thorne.

    Cinder squinted. “I passed out from stress? That’s it?”

    “I believe the princess term is
    fainted,” said Thorne.


    Riiiiiight. After being completely submerged in water, after a 4+ story swan dive, she passed out b/c STRESS.

    Do I even need to address all the problems with this?

    How 'bout I limit it to this one: in the past, every, single time Cinder has passed out/come close to passing out, her computer brain exploded into a frenzy of cautions and warnings.

    BUT.

    Not this time.

    So somehow, I just wasn't surprised when it was later revealed that Cinder did in fact have something seriously wrong with her.

    Shades of Panem.

    That's pretty self-explanatory, but Luna, its outer districts and their function, the inability to communicate between the districts and thus rebel in force . . . It all felt strangely familiar . . .

    There were also RIDICULOUSLY overused plot devices. Like this:

    “I accept,” Cinder said, dazed. She kept hold of Levana’s trigger finger but allowed Levana to lower the gun. Cinder held out her hand and Levana stared at it for a moment before reaching forward and setting the gun into Cinder’s palm.

    In the same movement, she grabbed the forgotten knife and lurched forward, driving the blade into Cinder’s heart.


    Are. You. Effing kidding me?

    3. EXTREME overuse of Lunar gifts for added shock factor:

    This primarily manifests in the utilization of mind control, which I already mentioned.

    What I couldn't say is that in quick succession, a random thaumaturge forces Scarlet to try to kill Wolf, AIMERY (the swine) forces Winter to try to strangle Jacin, and Levana forces Thorne to attack DAMN EVERYBODY, but especially Cress, whom he stabs IN THE GUT.

    And that's not the only time something like this happens, it's just the most memorable.

    SIDE NOTE: I've decided to add "No mind control" to my list of rules b/c it makes everything too damn easy.

    4. Inconsistency:

    Winter. She is as CRAY as Levana, but in a far less nefarious way.

    Her crazy is self-inflicted, b/c she refuses--I mean absolutely refuses--to use her Lunar gift.

    Until she doesn't. Refuse, that is.

    Don't misunderstand, I didn't want her to kill Jacin. And if this was the only instance of inconsistency, I probably would've let it slide.

    But it wasn't.

    Jacin's parents weren't executed, as ordered. Again, it's not like I wanted his parents to die.

    But it's constantly reiterated that Levana does exactly what she says she's going to do. That's why Scarlet cut off her own finger. That's why Winter contemplated the uselessness of Dude-on-trial-for-rescuing/attempting-to-rescue-his-shell-child's begging for mercy for his family, b/c once Levana says they're to be killed/enslaved, that is what will happen.

    And yet, Jacin's parents escaped their fate b/c they'd conveniently relocated?

    LIKE THAT WOULD STOP HER. Especially when she went there herself to dose Winter with THE PLAGUE.

    Levana's complete and total meltdown b/c true appearance revealed. Let me see if I've got this right . . .

    Levana, so thoroughly insane and DETERMINED that she both convinces herself that she is the best woman for the job of Queen, then carries out various horrific plots to attain her selfless goal, just gives up when the world sees her real face? Is so distraught that she can barely control the most basic bioelectrical manipulations?

    Hmm . . . that's mighty convenient for Cinder . . . but somehow I'm not convinced.

    5. How the end played out:

    Seeing Levana on the palace steps was the first time Iko had ever seen the Lunar queen, and her scarred face made Iko wish she wasn’t immune to glamours. After years of hearing about the queen’s famous beauty, the truth had been something of a letdown.

    But the truth was out. Thanks to Cinder’s video, now everyone knew what lurked beneath the illusion.


    You know what I took away from this book?

    Winter is pretty. She's so, so pretty. She might be the prettiest girl in the world. And, BONUS, she's naturally pretty.

    Levana is ugly. So very ugly. Sickeningly ugly. B/c scarred in childhood trauma involving FIRE.

    You: How awful!

    Me: YES. It is.

    See, I went to school with a girl who had pulled a pot of boiling water on her head when she was a toddler, so I know exactly what that type of injury looks like. The rough, uneven scar tissue. The way that scar tissue pulls down the corner of your eye and mouth . . .

    It is permanent, it is (superficially) hideous, and even if she hadn't been one of the nicest people I'd ever met, I would NEVER have been able to bring myself to use such a tragic accident against her.

    Some things are beyond the pale.

    But Meyer made the results of a similar accident the main weakness of our sociopathic, megalomaniac villain. Our villain--whom I DESPISED, for a MULTITUDE of excellent reasons--but whose #1 goal in the midst of her madness was to be LOVED.

    So let's run her out of town b/c UGLY.

    That's definitely where our focus should be. Not on the scheming and machinations, not on the infanticide, the sororicide, not on commandeering her people's children for her army and her experiments, but on her scars. On her physical flaws.

    You disgust me.

    And I don't want to hear any, "How else could they have defeated her?" arguments. That's not my job. That was Meyer's job. And I think she failed. Miserably. (hide spoiler)]

    My other reviews for this series:

    Glitches (Lunar Chronicles 0.5)

    Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles, #1)

    The Queen's Army (Lunar Chronicles, #1.5)

    Scarlet (The Lunar Chronicles, #2)

    Cress (The Lunar Chronicles, #3)

    Fairest (The Lunar Chronicles, #3.5) ...more