Stars Above

Stars Above

A Lunar Chronicles Collection

Book - 2016
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A collection of six stories from the universe of the Lunar Chronicles answer such questions as: How did Cinder first arrive in New Beijing? How did the brooding soldier Wolf transform from young man to killer? When did Princess Winter and the palace guard Jacin realize their destinies?
Publisher: New York : Feiwel and Friends, 2016.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9781250091840
Branch Call Number: YAF MEYER, MARISSA
Characteristics: 369 pages ; 22 cm.


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AL_SHERRI Sep 19, 2017

I normally do not care for short stories, but this book was incredible! After reading the Cinder series, I thought that would be it for the story line. However, these stories were written from secondary characters perspectives and were beautifully told. I did not want them to end! If you loved this series, you must read this!

Jun 25, 2017

The stories were interesting and added to the main storyline of the lunar chronicles. I especially recommend the last story, it's amazing

Dec 26, 2016

It was OK, but I'll admit I was a little disappointed that the wedding was Scarlet and Wolf's instead of Cinder's. Worth reading if you liked the series though.

Dec 21, 2016

Two words engagement.CINDER.

AL_LESLEY Nov 10, 2016

I thought I was done after 'Winter' but oh well... some cute prequel short stories only minorly adding to the original story, 'The Little Android' wasn't good. I think the only one I actually liked was 'The Mechanic' but who knows... I've forgotten the beginning ones already. The wee epilogue was cute, but very girly giggly, slight cringing.

Sep 17, 2016

THIS SERIES IS AWESOME! I loved the books leading up to this one, and I wasn't sure if this was going to be good or not, but it was surprisingly good! First of all, I LOVE the title, 'Stars Above', which references the common saying occasionally said throughout the other books. After reading what this book was called, I didn't even read what it was above before I put it on hold. Best. Title. Ever. I also LOVED the characters in this book and series! Though there are a lot of characters, they all have separate backgrounds and personalities with no overlaps! Can't wait to read more of Marissa Meyer's writing soon! <3

kirstd31 Aug 09, 2016

Good collection of short stories about our favorite characters from the series. The last story was the best.

Jun 29, 2016

It complemented the main storyline nicely :3

Jun 14, 2016

this was a really great series! so much fun reading it ... and the e nding was pretty rad

cmlibrary_khunter Feb 16, 2016

After finishing the last story, I was crying...with happiness? I know it seems crazytown, but I just love these characters so much! I want this series to continue forever and all the main couples to get happy ending stories. My favorite unusual story was The Little Android, as it had almost nothing to do with any of the main characters, yet was poignant and captivating. My absolute favorites were last two, The Mechanic and Something Old, Something New. I think our main 10 characters would be perfect for that bff house row that's always trending on social media...

Note: livieb17's review below is basically spot on.

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Dec 22, 2016

Coarse Language: There is probably cussing, because there was in the others. Just letting you know.

Dec 22, 2016

Sexual Content: Well in the beginning it tells Scarlets grandmas story and I would advise for any one who reads it to just skip it. Also Cinder and Kai pretend to be married, and it's just wrong, and weird.


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sarag1 May 14, 2017

''This cyborg was going to change everything.''


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