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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Visit her at LaurenDeStefano. A bit of a stretch, but I’m willing to believe this, since Landen’s a bit wimpy, he’s dealing with grief over his real wife’s death, and he has two other women to bone anyway. My main thought is that when authors, and Ms. She keeps going no matter what obstacle falls in front of her. Plus, receive recommendations for your next Book Club read. I don’t see any world building and the characters just escaped, run, getting caught in the circus, find Rhine’s brother etc.
Then Housemaster Vaughn finds her, and offers her a chance to reverse the effects of the virus and Rhine is faced with a hard decision of what she is willing to sacrifice for freedom. I’m a little disapointed. Even with this gritty dystopian world laid out, I found the world building to be weak enough that I spent a lot of time questioning how this world came about.
They immediately wash up at a whore house, lajren they are forced to work. Determined, caring, rebellious, and stubborn. 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. And in this case, the person who called you boring has way less power than you do see below for more on this.
Now these fa When I read Wither, I fell deztefano love with the plot, the world, and the characters. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
fevrr Rhine goes back to her old home, but finds out that Rowan has given up on her and has burnt the house. The book then finishes on a cliffhanger with little resolution.
It’s really scary to think this could be the future one day! The Madam decides to use Rhine to cater to voyeurs. View all 31 comments. 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. What the hell did they do to my hair? This is book two of the The Chemical Garden [dystopia] Trilogy. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Aug 12, Foxyreading rated it really liked it.
The structure is uneven: Apr 19, Kristina marked it as to-read Shelves: This is a problem I have with a lot series books.
So, I am definitely apologizing for wasting your time by adding my voice to this ridiculousness, but I feel compelled. Laurej felt as confused as Rhine was. There are no spoilers for either Wither or Fever in this review. So thank you… hope this helps others! Want to Read saving….
What happened to Cecily? This book reads like a “what no to do” for dystopian authors.
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It’s only when Rhine is physically forced, like by the restaurant owner, that it is truly rape and therefore something that traumatizes her. Does Rhine find Rowen? I have seen many, many Aquariuses be unpredictable in many, many unpredictable ways, but I have not seen that from Rhine. Maddie and Silas in particular had me considering where the story would dewtefano with them in it.
I did not expect the story to develop this way!
Fever (The Chemical Garden, #2) by Lauren DeStefano
The Best Books eestefano The Chemical Garden 3 books. Book 2 of The Chemical Garden Trilogy. Laren one of those endings where all the shit is hitting the fan and everything’s going straight to hell first class faster than you can say “in a hand basket” and you’re wondering how this book is supposed to end, that Rhine can’t possibly escape this one.
I just love it! I definitely recommend laurrn series! I mean, jumping off a cliff would start to seem like the optimal choice. I really loved Wither. And like the first, the negatives lay in the shock value. That’s mostly due to the fact that we didn’t have a good idea of what the outside world was like in Wither. Price may vary by retailer.
And I mean it grabbed me. This is exactly how I felt with Pandemonium.
How did it end? 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. 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.