Rating – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
So I read Cinder last year for the first time, gave it 4 stars, and then sort of forgot about it and got on with my life.
Like, yeah, I liked it. I fangirled over Cinder a bit. But did it ruin my life? No.
Now, after rereading, does it ruin my life? Yes. Yes it does.
I did this with Throne of Glass. I did this with Six of Crows. I also did it with An Ember in the Ashes. It’s like these books are so good that my tiny brain can’t even keep up with them and their greatness.
I also said in my first review of Cinder that I didn’t really ship her with Kai but honestly who am I kidding I’m a complete wreck for them.
One thing that is consistent is my love for Cinder. Despite being put down for what she is, despite being viewed as a second class citizen, she isn’t all meek and mild. Sure, she hates being a cyborg, but she never apologises for it.
And honestly I will never not love this quote:
“It was not her fault that he had liked her. It was not her fault she was a cyborg.She would not apologise.” Thank the lord I have the rest of the series because I don’t think I could wait to continue this series.
If you’re still on the fence about giving this book a try, let me just say:
As a cyborg