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Book Review: Scarlet by Marissa Meyer (Lunar Chronicles #2)

In Scarlet, Marissa Meyer's sequel to the bestselling teen novel Cinder, we follow a modern day Little Red Riding Hood as she attempts to rescue her grandmother. Kidzworld has the book review. Back to Article

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Aarjan
Aarjan wrote:
2013-05-21 04:09:31 -0700

This article's forcing me not to read this...

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BookwormJ3nny
BookwormJ3nny wrote:
2013-05-20 00:31:10 -0700

I've read Cinder and I'm hoping this will be just as good smile

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ksyushka
ksyushka wrote:
2013-04-27 11:30:29 -0700

I love this book

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Angelface45
Angelface45 wrote:
2013-04-06 17:44:07 -0700

i might read this

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