Perfect (Flawed #2)
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Book Review: Perfect by Cecelia Ahern
Perfect by Cecelia Ahern is the sequel to the best-selling YA debut novel Flawed. This novel, Perfect, is a thrilling, shocking and romantic story which reflects the ideation of flaws that one have in their life. Perfect written by Cecelia is about, how to overcome and embrace all the flaws to become perfect in life and hence it totally justifies the title of the book.
The Story of the Perfect by Cecelia Ahern revolves around the protagonist named, Celestine North who lives in a society that demands a lot of perfection. The life for her has already been fractured as she was branded flawed by a mortality court. All of her freedom now became the victim of just a lady being named as Flawed and unacceptable by the Society. Since Judge Crevan declared her the number one threat to the public, she has been invisible to the society, catching up with the powerful attractive Carrick, the only person now left whom she can trust on. But Celestine has a secret, a secret that could bring the entire flawed system to the shaking.
Meanwhile, Judge Crevan is gaining the power in the case, and time is almost running out for Celestine. Within no time, Celestine must make a choice out of two, first is to save only herself, or second is to risk her life to save all the Flawed. And, most important of all, can she prove that to be human in itself is to be Flawed?
This is a pre-release review of Perfect by Cecelia Ahern and it will be updated after the release. The release date of Perfect is 4 April 2017. Meanwhile, you can pre-order your copy on Amazon.
About the Author: Cecelia Ahern
Cecelia Ahern is an Irish novelist, first published in 2004. She was born and grew up in Dublin. She is now published in nearly fifty countries and has sold more than twenty-five million copies worldwide.
Cecelia Award winning Novels including P.S. I Love You and Love, Rosie, both of them major motion pictures. She is also the author best-selling novel of Flawed. Currently, She resides in Ireland.