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    Title: The Rose Society (The Young Elites, #2) Author: Marie Lu Rating: 4.5 StarsHoly. Shit. What did I just read? The Rose Society is dark, twisted, and completely unpredictable. It takes more political turns than its predecessor did, but Adelina--our heroine turned quasi-villain--remains at the core of this novel. In The Young Elites Adelina tries to please those closest to her, whether they be ...