My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars
This book is the Perfect sequel, with its own flaws, to Flawed. See what I did there? Oh well!
Perfect starts with twists and turns from the first few pages itself. It has a lot of new characters to present and a lot of new things to unveil.
I do agree that this duology is pretty predictable but despite that I really enjoyed how the topic in question is handled and the message conveyed.
Celestine now needs to fight for, not just her freedom, but also her life. She doesn’t have her family around and they took her Grandfather.
Whistleblowers are deployed at every corner of the city and Bosco is putting in all his resources to find her and stop her from destroying his career.
Both the books and specially this one are a reminder that most of us need. A reminder about being who you are and embracing your flaws. Knowing and accepting the fact that mistakes help you grow when you learn from them.
Yes, Celestine got a little annoying when she couldn’t figure out the easiest of things and the ending was a little disappointing in terms of how it was staged but despite it all, I really did enjoy this duology and I do recommend it.
Cecilia Ahern has done it again.
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