Flawed: A Novel
I give Flawed by Cecelia Ahern 3 out of 5 stars. This book is Ahern’s young adult debut novel. If readers love crime, punishment, Dystopian, revenge, justice, and family issues, then Flawed by Cecelia Ahern is the book for you. Ahern depicts a world where perfection is important and being flawed is punishable by law. The book revolves around one woman’s choice to stand a stand against the government. This choice could cost her, her life. This woman in this Dystopian society is named Celestine North. She’s the perfect model daughter and sister. Celestine has perfect grades, well-liked by her teachers and classmates, and she’s dating the most perfect guy named Art Crevan. Life starts to turn upside down when Celestine is faced with a difficult decision, which faces breaking the rules and life altering repercussions. This decision determines if Celestine will be deemed “flawed.” Celestine is the type of female protagonist that starts of weak, simple, and cowardly.
Throughout the book she has strong character development as she shows independence, bravery, and courageousness. Ahern builds a strong Dystopian society that will make readers want more. I recommend Flawed by Cecelia Ahern for others to read.
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|Page Count||336 pages|
|Publisher||Feiwel & Friends|
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