Scarlet - Marissa Meyer Due to copy and paste, formatting has been lost.I am 110% sure that Scarlet was much better than Cinder could have ever hoped to have been. With Scarlet as our main protagonist, nothing was ever boring. And better yet, I truly identified with Scarlet! I loved her fiery, independent personality, and the way that she wasn't afraid to tell it like it was.I also really loved Wolf, even if he did do a few things that I didn't see coming. He's basically.....*sigh*I loved the romance between them. Although it came along fast, I have to say that I never felt like it was instalove or like it wasn't real-- the tension between them was fantastic! I'm seriously having such a hard time writing this review-- all I really feel like saying is: aoerihgoeirioelhroiehrgoeihyr.That's how jumbled all of my thoughts are right now-- I just can't straighten them out! I loved the interspersed chapters told from Cinder, Kai, Thorne and Wolf's point of view. Although Scarlet is our main character, (and she's fabulous!) I liked seeing little bits of development on the other characters. I think that my one problem with this book would have to be that I don't remember Cinder being so...I don't know how to explain it. I guess she isn't really the same person to me anymore.Which is sad, because I loved her. But I'll get over it, and she's still a great supporting character in this one! On another note, the world-building was FABULOUS. I was immediately drawn into it, and I could picture every tiny detail. I witnessed the fights. I was there. IT WAS CRAZY AWESOME.All in all, I have to say that Scarlet left a fantastic impression on me-- when does Cress come out again? Oh yeah...2014. Well, I'll find some way to occupy my time. *twiddles thumbs*