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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With amazing characters, writing, and story, she makes every surprising corner come to life! No one likes it when I leave a single sentence review. I am completely blown away by this book! She is a brilliant child who is slightly malformed and a mute. I’ve yet to figure out why she is in the book.
I do hope Silas and Gabriel team up to save Rhine, but who knows?!?!? But I’ll be apprehensive as hell. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Rhapsody In Books with appropriate and specific direction fver the original content.
Fever (The Chemical Garden, #2) by Lauren DeStefano
It is their first of many harrowing moments on their travels but they seem to manage despite their bleak circumstances. Jan 31, Alex rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Jessica Howard quirkybookworm says: This entry was posted in Book Review and tagged Book Review.
That is perplexing to me. Honestly, I don’t know why authors keep bothering to turn to trilogies, where two books would work. Rhine is in hospital recovering, the TV is on and she recognizes her brother fevdr the screen. The virus kills females at the age of 20 and males at the age of Bizarrely, Stefano protects Rhine from straight up prostitution which would have at least been believable and instead ffver Rhine and Gabriel “perform” in an open air bird cage for customers.
Apr 28, Steph Sinclair rated it really liked it Recommends it for: In fact, it’s the first book that’s going right on my ” favs” shelf. When I read Wither, I fell in love with the plot, the world, and the characters. In fact, my exact words were, “It looks awful.
This leads to a dramatic crisis fdver the population with the young dying and the perfect generation reaching old age, and a race to create a cure. Even such, I am sure that many fans of the first novel will appreciate this sequel and where it sets up things for the final book.
Some were contributed by fellow readers, and a lot were written by the fantastic Recaptains team. Rhine and Gabriel seem to go from one horrible thing to the next.
Linden “loves” his wives, and he had an “understanding” with at least one efver them, so therefore having sex with them is fine. This is exactly how Ddestefano felt with Pandemonium. Whereas Wither was an exciting, dreamy illusion, Fever was a creepy, jarring, nasty, and strange nightmare. Return to Book Page. I wonder if they’ll notice if I scratch it. So thank you… hope this helps others!
Notify me of new posts by email. So, even though I freaking hate the cover, I still appreciate it from a writer’s point of view. I’m not sure if DeStefano was trying to make a point here about the objectification of women or definitions of rape–but all destedano ends up doing is normalizing rape within this world.
Fever (Destefano novel) – Wikipedia
I feel like I want to paste my favorite quotes in this review, but there are so many. Ok, you idiot, if you hate it that bad, why do you keep reading the books in this series? Not only that, but I don’t know if they would sound as good as they do when you read the book. That way it won’t be a surprise that either makes no sense or just pisses me off. Are you calling bullshit yet?
If you shipped them, this will be a negative for you, but I thought it made a nice change from the typical instalove sort of scenario. Sep 22, Deanna rated it liked it.
This was definately better than book 1. Right from the beginning Rhine and Gabriel stumble across one of these horrors at a sick and twisted carnival where the only fun to be had is dependent upon how much the “John” is willing to pay for. And finally being able to communicate freely should bring out the intimacy between Rhine and Gabriel. Full review is also on my blog. Having escaped the confines of the mansion, Rhine and Gabriel make the run to freedom only to find that the outside destffano may offer even less of it.
Does Vaughn catch up to Rhine?
Obviously, that’s sounds more easy that what it is because they live in a world where their youth coupled with the virus makes them a target for prostitution, weird scientific experiments, and forced servitude.
I did see some things coming, but it was ffver unpredictable, how the rest of the sto Hello my beautiful goodreads family! Book 2 of The Chemical Garden Trilogy.