I think I would - Rebecca Solar does voices and accents extremely well, especially for Scarlett.
Scarlett and Cinder are both such strong women protagonists. It really is refreshing.
This whole series is fantastic. Cinder started strong and Scarlett is even better. It takes the momentum from Cinder and carries the story into a larger stage. The whole series is unique. It has the elements of revolution and romance that have made the Hunger Games and the Selection so popular, but adds an element of technology and futurism that isn't present in other teen dystopian literature. The cast is also dominated by strong women characters, who have tech skills and strong character forged through difficulty and self-reliance.
Narrator kept dropping and picking up Scarlet's accent which was painful! Overall, I loved this sequel though, it ties in well to "Cinder" and to stories and details in "Stars Above". I loved the voice acting the best in "Winter", but the actual stories are all consistently great!
this is such a unique take on fairy tales. It is not anything like I expected it to be. It's a book that both male and female would enjoy whereas most stories about Cinderella and Little Red Riding Hood are geared towards females, particularly little girls. this is definitely not a little girl story.
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This series is really good. The story is very well written and so interesting. The reader does an amazing job of distinguishing the character voices. Overall this is a great second book!
Fun and captivating! Aweaome characters, mainly strong, round, interesting character. wonderdul story, though it has minor drops. All in all fantastic and highly recomended!
Definitely geared towards YA, especially female readers. Feels like Romeo and Juliet mixed in with a modernistic Snow White. I struggled with the whiny dialogue; characters' naivety seemed forced or overdone.