Prodigy by Marie Lu | Book Report

A world where a plague is wreaking havoc, the country is split and at war within itself, and teenagers who are the only chance for survival… It’s a YA book of course!

I really enjoyed the continuation of this story!

It’s interesting timing for me to pick this book up in 2020/2021… but I’m going to leave that thought right where it is and ignore it for the purposes of this review.

I loved the characters of June and Day in the first book Legend, and they didn’t disappoint in book 2!
There was a beautiful depth to these guys this time around. Like in the first book, we got to see some of them together, and some of them apart.

Being able to see how these characters wrestled with the world shattering news of the first book was fantastic. The more they got to know about the world they thought they knew, the more we got introduced to new elements, characters, and an incredible world that spanned bigger than you ever thought.


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I loved the way that Marie Lu went about sharing the world she has built for these characters. It all flowed so seamlessly, and was jam packed with action and adventure as the fight for these characters lives continued.

My mind, and what I thought I knew about this story, was blown over and over. Even though some things you may have suspected along the way, it didn’t matter. Some chapters, I couldn’t even turn the page fast enough.

I am so glad I have the next book ready to go, because I couldn’t imagine having to wait too long for the conclusion.


Have you read the Legend trilogy? Let me know what you thought in the comments.

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