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The first four books in Kiera Cass's #1 New York Times bestselling Selection series are now available in one ebook collection!For thirty-five girls, the Selection is the chance of a lifetime. The opportunity to escape the life laid out for them since birth. To be swept up in a world of glittering gowns and priceless jewels. To live in a palace and compete for the heart ofThe first four books in Kiera Cass's #1 New York Times bestselling Selection series are now available in one ebook collection!For thirty-five girls, the Selection is the chance of a lifetime. The opportunity to escape the life laid out for them since birth. To be swept up in a world of glittering gowns and priceless jewels. To live in a palace and compete for the heart of gorgeous Prince Maxon. But for America Singer, being Selected is a nightmare. It means turning her back on her secret love with Aspen, who is a caste below her, and leaving her home to enter a fierce competition for a crown she doesn't want. Then America meets Prince Maxon—and realizes that the life she's always dreamed of may not compare to a future she never imagined.And in The Heir, see how the story continues once America has found her happily ever after.Includes:The SelectionThe EliteThe OneThe Heir...

Title : The Selection Series 1-4 Book Set
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ISBN : 9780062411938
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Number of Pages : 1344 Pages
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The Selection Series 1-4 Book Set Reviews

  • Kimberley
    2018-11-13 12:56

    I absolutely lov ed every one of these books. Can't wait for #5 to come out.

  • CIndy
    2018-10-25 17:50

    LOVE....LOVE....LOVE this series. I came across this series from the trailer for the next installment and quickly decided to purchase. I'm so glad I did; 4 days later and all 4 books have been devoured. I like that the leading characters are typical. I like the flaws and mistakes and the people who love them all the more for them. I'm looking forward to reading the novellas.

  • Sydnie Brown
    2018-10-22 18:42

    Now these books are amazing. They are full of love and passion. They always leave you on the edge of your seat. However, they are predictable. But they do have some surprising things that do happen that make you like 😱 ok. But seriously they are by far the best books I’ve read in a while. They are great. If love romance seriously give this series a try

  • Jennifer
    2018-11-07 11:50

    fourth of july time for an american flag made out of selection series book covers to float around lol

  • Claire
    2018-11-12 12:37

    such a good seriesSet back in time Where a princess needs a husband, they use the selection to find the right man.Same with guys, they need a wife.

  • Amara
    2018-11-15 18:36

    I like Maxon, I don't love him like some fan girls do, though. I definitely like Maxon more than America, even if they are both wishy-washy as fuck. Flakes, I tell you. So is Aspen. But my point is, I enjoyed this POV so much more than America's. I think I would've liked the series better from Maxon's POV. He is far more interesting.I don't give a flying fuck about Aspen. Sorry. Nope. Nope. He's one of the reasons I really didn't like this series more. I hated the "love triangle" part.

  • Lauren
    2018-10-23 18:37

    OVERALL: 3.5 starsThe Selection (The Selection #1) - 4.5 starsPrince Maxon is in search of a bride and reluctantly America is one of 35 chosen for the selection process. In this post war book the U.S. is no more and the government is ruled very differently in a caste system. With her heart on the line America doesn't know who to choose. The setting and line up of the story was very interesting of how the kingdom came to be and also what secrets it is currently still hiding. While the war is not over life still goes on and aptly named America is right in the middle of it. I loved how strong willed her character is and how going against the system is something she is not afraid to do when it is the right thing. Her will to take care of people is the charm of her character and her belief in a better world clearly shines out of the pages. I am still having a hard time choosing between aspen and Maxon myself, I find them both to be intriguing characters and I am excited to see where these romances led to.The Elite (The Selection #2) - 4.5 starsAs America's journey continues in the selection not becoming one of the elite the competition gets harder. She starts to doubt herself and the people are her but striving past that is something a queen needs to be able to do and America will finally decide if she wants to do just that. This book was just as great as the first one. I did have a very hard time liking Maxon throughout it but I saw reason in the end. I loved America's spirit but I do have to say that some of her decisions happened to be pretty rash, although I can't honestly say I wouldn't have done the same things given her situation. Loved the ending The One (The Selection #3) - 3 starsI think I waited too long in between reading the books because I found my appeal for America has been lost. She just seems whiny and not as strong as she was in the previous books. The Heir (The Selection #4) - 2 starsTwenty years after the previous books, America Singer and Prince Maxon have had an heir, Eadlyn, who will one day rule as queen. As there is still unrest between the people of the now abolished caste system they have to device a way to bring about hope and harmony for the people once more.I have to say I was expected a lot more out of this book, maybe I was basing it too much on the others in the series and had a biased opinion.Princess Eadlyn seems quite spoiled for being raised of the notion that people were to be treated equally and how important is was to eliminate the caste system. She certainly holds herself above the rest and acts childish, especially when she is already 18 and is supposed to be an adult. The royal family still refer to the caste numbers frequently even though the royals are the ones that abolished it to make everyone equal. I would think they would be more conscientious. With the whole selection process again it's like they are still living in the past, not moving forward. I didn't like the ending at all. It made some of the past characters appear weaker than they were. (view spoiler)[ not that having a heart attack is a sign of weakness but how Cass choose to write it, to me, made America appear weak to try and bring Eadlyn into the role she was supposed to uphold(hide spoiler)]

  • Lady Biblio
    2018-10-24 19:58

    If I could do .5stars on things then this collection would be given 3.5stars. I wouldn't say this has a mix of the Hunger Games as said it says more to the Bachelor. As it is exactly like it except on a royal scale! America irritated me to no end. She thought she was greater then everyone else. Her daughter takes that on it later books. None the less I wish for her to find love, even if I didn't fully agree with it. Aside from that. I liked this novel, probably aimed at a younger group then myself. It was still well written, as well thought out and the characters were diverse. Can't have the same girl in the selection or it wouldn't be much selection.

  • Edwina
    2018-10-18 11:54

    Hello all!! I haven't been Goodreads for a while but I would like to simply say I've got a hectic schedule and haven't had the time to upload a review. Recently I just finished reading The Heir by Kiera Cass the 4th book in the Selection series. Needless to say I loved this book (or I almost say that to every book I love and cherish). It follows Princess Eadlyn (fancy name aye?) the daughter of America and Maxon Schreave (my fave couple together at last) and her three younger brothers, her twin Ahren, Kaden and Osten. Princess Eadlyn was the firstborn of America and Maxon Schreave having arrived into the world 7 minutes into the world before her twin brother Ahren which makes her the first woman to be heir to the throne. (It has never happened before....this is the first time for Illea.) Since Eadlyn is firstborn and to become queen soon. Illea undergoes some complicated problems which include people dying and such which then leads to Eadlyn holding a Selection only to take the mind off of the people of Illea on the complications throughout the city. Although Eadlyn does not want to go through with the Selection she does so anyway promising her father she will try to find a suitor during the three months of the selection. (I ship Eadlyn and Kile badly....) TMI if you haven't read. I rated it a five stars because of the book. Loved it. <3

  • Makenzie
    2018-11-15 15:56

    Honestly, I wasn't expecting much from this series, seeing as it's the kind of books that I do everything in my power to avoid. The "girl meets boy, changes her life for boy, they fall in love, get married and live happily ever after" type book. Typically, I'll put down books if they follow this general plot, but I couldn't ignore all the positive reviews. I was very pleasantly surprised to find that I couldn't put the book down and read all 5 books in a week! I loved the series and am sad that there are no more books to come. I am however hoping that a movie will be coming along soon. However, it is my absolute hate for ALL things romance that causes me to give the series four stars instead of five. I did love this book though and think all teenagers or others that love YA should read it. The writing was good, and most of the characters seemed relatable. Personally, I relate most to Eadlyn, a strong, independent, caring girl in line for the throne, that believes that men will slow her down or distract her from her duty. If you're looking for a book to read and you just can't decide, the Selection series should definitely be on your radar. No matter what it seems, this is not your average romance novel with girly girls who'll give up their life for someone they just met. (For goodness sake the first time America and Maxon meet America yells at him.) I wish I could be more like the strong independent, and brave women in this story. To be honest, I cried multiple times PER book, an impressive feat seeing as the only other book I've cried about is Allegiant.

  • Tracy
    2018-11-02 11:50

    beauty contest hunger games

  • Muggleboooks
    2018-11-11 12:55

    The book cover is so deceiving.This series was not worth the hype at all. Yes, overhyped! Definitely didn't like the book just like everybody else, don't kill me please. Don't get me wrong, the writing is not that bad, in fact it's actually good. Bit it's really the story that I can't seem to love. Maxon is such a swoon worthy Prince, such as Aspen. Also, America is so lovely, amazing. But the thing about her is she can't make up her mind. one minute she's all over Aspen, and the next thing I know, she's kissing Maxon. Reading this book was so tiring. The story is very predictable. I hated it most when I thoughtThe Heirwill change my opinion about this book, wrong impression. Eadlyn is a spoiled royalty, she doesn't know how to respect, doesn't care about other people's feelings. I hate her character, selfish brat.The book being boring didn't stop me from reading it until the last installment. The book will be so good if it wasn't for the characters and he story line. Rating: 2.9 stars over 5 stars

  • Ashley Smith
    2018-11-03 14:44

    Mm...what a quick, mindless treat! I hate The Bachelor, etc, but this series looks more closely at the characters themselves, which was nice. The back-and-forth, torn between two men situation got REAL old, and yet I still read the first three books...I did like that there was more substance to the importance of the story in the second and third books (but they all kind of blend together when you read them in one sitting). Would I recommend it? If you want to feel in love, want to read about making sense of love. America's a much more tolerable heroine than Bella Swan, more relatable than Katniss, but frustrating still. What can you expect when you pick up a book series like this, though? Still, I loved America's growth through the series and her transparency about needing people until she could stand on her own.

  • 705dhara
    2018-10-26 16:53

    The Selection Series by Kiera Cass is one of my most favorite series in the world. It is a distopian novel, set a hundred years in the future. America, the main character, gets selected, along with 34 other girls, to compete to win Prince Maxons hand. These books span over 20 years, the first three books about America and Maxon, then the last one, based on their daughter, and her selection process. The books are written perfectly, and I would recommend them to anyone who likes the Hunger Games. The final book in the series just came out, and I cannot WAIT to read it.

  • Emily
    2018-10-29 16:29

    This is the 4 book collection and I sped through each and every book with fervor needing to get to end to find out what was going to happen! The only tough part was The Heir is a secondary story to the first 3 books and I had to wait until May 2016 to get the final book in the series. The series itself is fun, exciting, and intriguing. Definitely a must read series for lovers of YA!

  • Sarah H
    2018-11-05 16:55

    I liked the smallest part of this series - the story line of the world. The actual love story was brutal and flip-floppy and like the bachelorette. It's just not for me. The dystopian style world with caste system and political drama, that part is basically the only part that made the series readable.

  • Mary
    2018-10-18 13:48

    Actually disappointed in this one. I described it (the series) to Macie and she summed it up perfectly. "It's like the first books were "The Bachelor", and this one is "The Bachelorette!" Lame, and pretty dead on. I didn't love the princess, and the book was predictable and fairly uninspired. Fine for mindless summer reading, but I didn't love it.

  • Pat Walker
    2018-10-24 14:43

    If you're looking for romance novel with all the drama of youth, this is the fourth in a continuing series. I enjoyed it a little less than the first three but I am vested in the outcome so look forward to the next volume (after a few other genres in between) and discussions with my friends of the young adult persuasion who are eager to dish.

  • Kristina Middlebrooks
    2018-10-25 12:48

    Loved them!I loved this series and can not wait for the next book!I was thrown for a loop on the last book since it goes from one ending to years later and skips but overall it's great!

  • Rebecca Sampon
    2018-10-26 17:32

    My third time rereading this series. It is just so enjoyable to me and I find more little details to enjoy with each sitting.I'd also like to say how much I enjoy seeing the relationship between Aspen and Maxon changes between book 3 and 4. What a turn around!

  • Sydney Showalter - Daughter Bookasaurs
    2018-10-26 12:31

    Spectacular! Definitely tied for favorites.

  • Kelly Atwood
    2018-10-30 19:50

    Average stories. I liked them well enough to finish the available series but wouldn't want to read again.

  • Jen
    2018-10-21 11:37

    awesome series

  • Niika
    2018-10-19 16:39

    4.5

  • Winter Sophia Rose
    2018-11-12 15:29

    Enchanting, Intense, Engrossing, Endearing, Refreshing & Dreamy! An Amazing Read! I Loved It!

  • Yianna Yiannacou
    2018-11-04 13:41

    See individual book for review

  • Dara
    2018-10-24 18:33

    Good series, I watch the bachelor so I enjoyed!

  • Addie
    2018-10-17 13:46

    Loved this series! I have read it twice and both times I couldn't put it down! Very well written and great story line.

  • Von
    2018-10-29 16:30

    I sooo love this series. This was well written. The least book I enjoyed was The One. I'll try and read the fifth book this year.

  • Heather Aubie
    2018-11-10 12:29

    need to read On!