Not much to say about this collection. The book consisted of two stories – “The Prince” and “The Guard” – which went through a few events of the original Selection trilogy from the point of view of other characters. Namely, the prince and the guard. I read the book as a bit of a diversion, and also because I’d mentioned when I first read the series last spring that I wished I could see this from Prince Maxon’s point of view. Which now I have, at least in limited part. And that’s just about all I have on that. Good for people who like this series already.
Note: There are apparently other books with this title that contain different short stories set in this world. I only read the edition with these two stories.
This post made me laugh. I am filling the blanks here with what you didn’t say, and yes, I am letting my imagination run wild. LOL!
Ha! Now I’m curious what you’re imagining! Mostly I don’t say anything because I already said everything in the original reviews. 😀 This was like a reread, and I only review rereads if I’ve something new to say. Tell me – what tricks is your imagination playing? 😀
Well, I knew you liked the series but it seemed like you were purposely avoiding saying anything because you did not have anything nice to say.
Heh, ah no, just didn’t have anything to say. Probably didn’t help that I stress-read it and could barely differentiate the story from the book afterwards. There wasn’t much new added.