PRODIGY BY: Marie Lu Reviewed by: Khalil Brewing

Book Two: Prodigy

PERSONAL SUMMARY: Prodigy is a continuation on the story line of Day and June. Both characters are considered geniuses in this terribly lead world, however one does not know it. This story is the very definition of opposite attracts. Day is in a lowest possible financial class, his family thinks he is dead, and he is the capital's most wanted criminal. On the other end, June was the capital's most praised. Not only was she young and beautiful, she was exceptionally smart. She was tasked with the impossible job of catching this seemingly non existent criminal. As they cross paths for the first time, they fall for each other. But this is much more than a love story, this was a story of betrayal and trust.

Under the capital's rule, many cities were lead very curptly and cities were destroyed and lives were taken

Personal Review:

I would recommend this series to mostly anyone who enjoys an action packed book with no clear ending. Out of the three book series I find Prodigy to be the best. I say this because the main plot is revealed in this book and there are a lot of uncalled for turns. For example June leaves behind her prestigious position in the capital to become a rebel. Also we learn what has occurred to Day's family after the suspicious X was placed on the door. I would recommend this book for people 14+ due to the violence and vulgar language. This action packed series with hints of a love story, and a cliffhanger will keep you engaged throughout the entire book.

"The Only way to survive is to kill"


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