Fever is a young-adult dystopian novel written by Lauren DeStefano. It was published on February , by Simon & Schuster Book’s For Young. Fever by Lauren DeStefano – The New York Times bestselling sequel to Wither reveals a world as captivating—and as treacherous—as the one Rhine left. Fever by Lauren DeStefano, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Description The second book in The Chemical Garden Trilogy reveals a world as captivating–and as dangerous–as the one Rhine left behind in Wither. Certainly, the new people added something to look forward to. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
The damn candies view spoiler [ are the key to the disease, just as you expected hide spoiler ]and there is a drop-in mute, disabled, possibly autistic child who serves no purpose other than to. The carnival scenes just bored me to tears. Honestly, I will probably read the last one when it comes out. There’s apparently some conflict between scientists and naturalists–those who think they should try to fix the virus and those who think apparently that the human race should just be able to die out.
But, that is part of the fun and part of the nature of writing. Sometimes intense attractions are born solely from the stressful situation in which the character has found herself, like being sold to some guy she doesn’t know as a baby machine.
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Maddie especially had me paying closer laueen, to who she was and to how different she was from the rest. This cure allows for the “First Generation” of perfect humans free from ailments.
This was definately better than book 1. I can’t believe you would even doubt me. DeStefano is one of the authors who has made it clear she is monitoring reviews, but she is among many, and I think it is a potential learning moment for many authors and reviewers who have suddenly run into each tever on these internets.
She looks like she is strung out on drugs. Here’s something that has bugged me for pages: Furthermore, we get some good plot development as well as a lot of mystery throughout this novel. Lauren DeStefano has a very interesting, unique style that, while not precisely my thing, I can appreciate the merits of. View all 13 comments. The Chemical Garden 2. I mean, either she’s so special that she’ll bring heaps of income as an illusion-attraction, destefanno which case keep her, or else she’s just someone else to be sold, in which case why not sell her?
After gaining the trust of Linden and befriending a servant Gabriel, Rhine and Gabriel escape the Florida mansion and start the journey to reunite with her twin brother Rowan back in New York. While staying at the Carnival of Horrors, or as Llauren like call it “Cirque de Prostitute”, we meet one of the best new characters in the series, Maddie. I had some issues with the pacing of the first book, and this sounds like it might also deshefano a problem with this one, seeing as the characters are sleeping all the time!
I just cannot say with certainty if I will return to finish this series. There destefaano a problem adding your email address. Fever Trade Paperback Aug 23, Mimi Valentine rated it really liked it Shelves: If you haven’t read this series, you need to.
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First off, let me just say I loved Witherbut after reading it I really didn’t feel like it needed another book. They stop at a restaurant where the owners end up being psychopaths.
Gabriel and Rhine have escaped the mansion and Housemaster Vaughn and are attempting to make their way to New York city or what’s left of it to find Rhine’s twin brother, Rowen. Since I don’t believe in major edits to my blog reviews, I’m going to change this one, because I really don’t care. I am not using agenda as an insult. I spend most of the day arguing, in a mostly non-personal way, with people who have different opinions than my own about almost anything you can think of from furniture to rape to the prison system to licorice.
Also, you indicate that Gabriel wants to protect Rhine feveer Linton is in love with Rhine, destefwno I have not yet seen them express anything other than not wanting other people to touch her.
As reviewers, we come on this website because it is what we do — our fingers love to type, we tell stories, we love and hate books, and we love to write. The woman–like apparently all first-gen women in this series–so overcome with the loss of her own child, creepily acts as if the crippled girl is her own child.
I feel like I want to paste my favorite quotes in this review, but there are so many.
So much of it is dreams and nostalgia for other times aluren places and people – so much of it internal, wistful monologuing – that I found myself completely detached from the here and now, which, given that it’s written in first person immediate, is no mean feat. This is your world and I will roll with it. The New York Times bestselling sequel to Wither reveals a world as captivating—and as treacherous—as the one Rhine left behind.
And my personal favorite out of the entire novel: However, if you’re going to write a world like this, you have to be willing to follow through with the consequences and do shitty things to your female heroine, or have reasonable explanations for why she makes it through unharmed. I felt as confused as Rhine was. The fact that she is is illogical, and indicates destefaho disgusting degree of importance placed on keeping females untouched and virginal.
Fever (The Chemical Garden, #2) by Lauren DeStefano
Es ging ja ganz gut los. But the road there is long and perilous – and in a world where young women only live to age twenty and young laureh die at twenty-five, time is precious. Feb 23, Isamlq rated it liked it. I can accept this too.