Perfect (Flawed #2), Cecelia Ahern (2017)
Genres: Young Adult, Dystopia
Usually I don’t enjoy dystopian books as much as this, but damn this series is addictive. Celestine North is your typical main character in books like this, but yet I still like her and I’m rooting for her.
I loved the sense of family in this book, it really united everything together in both the flawed and Celestine’s family. I preferred the message of family here to the romance, the love triangle got on my nerves. Celestine had two choices and she seemed for some reason stuck on Art who for a majority of the book she thought didn’t accept her for who she was.
This whole series follows the theme of people who are flawed being outcasts and whilst this was a constant source of frustration for me, it was a very interesting point to think on. What would the world be like if we only kept the ‘perfect’ people in the public eye? Who is deemed as perfect in society? It seems quite a few features can be ignored when it comes to the system in this series, cough cough, Judge Crevan, cough cough.
Sometimes you just read a book that you can loose yourself in and zoom through, this was one of those books.