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    Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano [Pdf Download] Lauren DeStefano ´ 9 Download Download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Lauren DeStefano nov 2017 35 stars very druggymarch 2012 original review 4 starsview spoilerGUESS WHO TOTALLY LOVED THIS BOOK????? DLet's play Guess What She's Thinking Oh God I really have to take a shit I probably should've slept on the twelve hour flight here I feel like I haven't slept in a millenium Shit my foot iches I wonder if they'll notice if I scratch it What the hell did they do to my hair? It feels like I have straw coming out of my

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    Lauren DeStefano ´ 9 Download Download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Lauren DeStefano review Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano You know I think after talking to a couple of people about it reading a couple of reviews I can see better why someone would like these books I am not a girl who cares for The Wings of the Dove so I cannot understand this particular preference but I can observe that people have it I guess that there is something about vague wordiness that is attractive to some readers and you know I can see how that is a thing Maybe it is like black licori

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    Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano [Pdf Download] 45 starsThis is the first book I've read this year that grabbed me And I mean it grabbed me In fact it's the first book that's going right on my 2012 favs shelf You know I'm picky and you know my bar is pretty high but I LOVED this book Laur

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    Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano [Pdf Download] review Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano Fever is Book 2 of the Chemical Garden TrilogyRhine and Gabriel have succeeded in escaping the mansion and they are determined to fi

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    Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano [Pdf Download] 2012? Seriously? I can't wait that long I want to get my hands on that book NOW This is total agony cries

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    Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano [Pdf Download] Lauren DeStefano ´ 9 Download Download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Lauren DeStefano About a year ago I reviewed Fever and it was pointed out to me how positive the review was compared to my rating; you can still see on my blog but which I'm not going to link to because though I meant it at the time this is

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    Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano [Pdf Download] Lauren DeStefano ´ 9 Download review Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano Things will get worse before they get better A little agony before the fever will breakFever the second installment to The Chemical Garden Trilogy picks up immediately where Wither left off As Rhine and Gabriel escape Linde

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    Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano [Pdf Download] An improvement over Wither Fever starts exactly where we left off in the midst of the excitement from having escaped The issue I had with Wither lacking energy where I had a feeling of restlessness being with those girls in their big mansion unmoving is not the case any In Fever we're out in the real world Things

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Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano

Download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Lauren DeStefano Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano Free read Õ 9 The New York Times bestselling seuel to Wither reveals a world as captivating and as treacherous as the one Rhine left behindRhine and Gabriel have escaped the mansion but they’re still in danger Outside they find a world even d. You know I think after talking to a couple of people about it reading a couple of reviews I can see better why someone would like these books I am not a girl who cares for The Wings of the Dove so I cannot understand this particular preference but I can observe that people have it I guess that there is something about vague wordiness that is attractive to some readers and you know I can see how that is a thing Maybe it is like black licorice Like it is objectively disgusting but some people like it I kid I kid mostly Anyway I would not say that I have a particular problem with Ms DeStefano s vague wordiness actually but it is my impression that for some this characteristic redeems the absence of character development plot and understandable world building in her books So there s that I will tell you what I do have a problem with though but I feel like I need to move to a new paragraph at this point so you are going to have to be content with no snappy thesis sentence in this review It s the DeStefano wayAhh yes Much comfortable Soo anywhoo In one of my Intro to Lit classes in college I had this lovely professor who advised us that whenever we read anything we should ask ourselves who wrote it and what his or her agenda is This is how I read books and because I value direct communication I probably base a lot of my opinion about a book on how clearly I can understand who wrote it and what the agenda is I am not using agenda as an insult I think we all have agendas Maybe message is a better word but in books I think they would mean the same thing How does the book present the world What does it normalize What does it uestion Sometimes this is a complex issue than others for example in the Uglies series while Scott Westerfeld seems to try to say superficiality and self mutilation are bad I think he really does to normalize them Lauren DeStefano s Chemical Garden series is another difficult one on that front First I guess I ll talk about figuring out who the author is and then I ll get to talking about the book and its messages in a minute Ms DeStefano is a twenty seven year old woman whom many have mistaken for a teenager Maybe in some ways that is not a bad thing from a marketing perspective because it makes her relatable to her audience Otherwise infantilization bothers me and it bothers me when women play into it because I think it is usually manipulative but I guess I don t feel too strongly about it compared to the other things that make my head explode about this series What I actually want to talk about are Ms DeStefano s choices in dealing with her position as an author in the midst of reviewers so you ll have to forgive me for the digression or report me to the authorities if you wish I guess I ll put that digression at the end so you can choose to read it or not It s kind of loooong and probably nobody cares at this point anyway My main thought is that when authors and Ms DeStefano is certainly not alone in this publicly react to reviews from an instinctive emotional place and make reviews about their feelings or even when they privately contact reviewers in this way it really comes off as a show of strength to reviewers even if the author intends to be benevolent So anyway about this book It makes The Lord of the Rings look like a fast paced action packed breathtaking ride at blinding speed through a roller coaster of plot Meaning nothing happens in this book the entire time Gabriel is still a cardboard cutout of UR boifriend with blu Is Rhine swoons I don t even know how many times The damn candies view spoiler are the key to the disease just as you expected hide spoiler

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Download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Lauren DeStefano Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano Free read Õ 9 Isuieting than the one they ran away from Determined to get to Manhattan and find Rhine’s twin brother Rowan the two press forward amid threats of being captured againor worse The road they are on is long and perilous and in a w. Fever is Book 2 of the Chemical Garden TrilogyRhine and Gabriel have succeeded in escaping the mansion and they are determined to find Rhine s brother Rowan However it s a very short time before they are in danger again as they fall into the grips of an evil brothel owner I really liked some of the secondary characters introduced in Fever I had a very soft spot for young Maddie We learn a lot about her and her story really tugged at my heart strings Lilac Silas Jared and Claire were also great characters that I wanted to know about They met up with all sorts of people Lots of bizarre characters at the carnival brothel some very strange restaurant owners as well as a psychic But again some of the characters stories just seemed to end abruptly and I was left wondering what became of them I read though this rather uickly I will admith though that I was skimming the pages a little I was anxious to know what was going to happen It seemed like there was a lot of detail about events that didn t seem all that important and yet a lot of important uestions went unanswered I really wanted to learn about the real world outside the mansion but it just felt like not very much happened in this book I found the relationship between Rhine and Gabriel odd They almost seemed like brother and sister at times I found myself wondering half the time if Gabriel even wanted to be there Don t get me wrong there are some tender moments but it just felt strange to me I m glad I didn t stop reading though as it does start to get pretty interesting towards the end of the book I was happy to see some of the characters I was wondering about and I really wanted to know what was going to happen nextLeft with a huge cliff hanger at the end of the book which makes me want to know what happens even Hopefully a lot of uestions will be answered in the final book SEVER I am still very invested in many of the characters and I must know what happens to them and the world they live in Paisaje de Otoño press forward amid threats of being captured againor worse The road they are on is long and Eksyneen muistikirja perilous and in a w. Fever is Book 2 of the Chemical Garden TrilogyRhine and Gabriel have succeeded in escaping the mansion and they are determined to find Rhine s brother Rowan However it s a very short time before they are in danger again as they fall into the grips of an evil brothel owner I really liked some of the secondary characters introduced in Fever I had a very soft spot for young Maddie We learn a lot about her and her story really tugged at my heart strings Lilac Silas Jared and Claire were also great characters that I wanted to know about They met up with all sorts of Afternoons with the Blinds Drawn people Lots of bizarre characters at the carnival brothel some very strange restaurant owners as well as a ueer Theory and Brokeback Mountain pretty interesting towards the end of the book I was happy to see some of the characters I was wondering about and I really wanted to know what was going to happen nextLeft with a huge cliff hanger at the end of the book which makes me want to know what happens even Hopefully a lot of uestions will be answered in the final book SEVER I am still very invested in many of the characters and I must know what happens to them and the world they live in

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Download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Lauren DeStefano Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano Free read Õ 9 Orld where young women only live to age twenty and men die at age twenty five time is precious In this seuel to Lauren DeStefano’s harrowing Wither Rhine must decide if freedom is worth the price now that she has to lose than ev. An improvement over Wither Fever starts exactly where we left off in the midst of the excitement from having escaped The issue I had with Wither lacking energy where I had a feeling of restlessness being with those girls in their big mansion unmoving is not the case any In Fever we re out in the real world Things are moving fast and the anxiety is heightened As a lover of fast paced dystopians I found myself much preferring this second installmentWe re following Rhine and Gabriel on the run Rhine is trying to find her brother while Gabriel is seeing the outside of the Mansion for the first time in a decade As in Wither I didn t feel a lot of chemistry between these two They are clearly good for each other always there to help one another but there s no rooted passion between them Fortunately the plot doesn t center around the romance as much as their escape and eventually what s happening to Rhine She s started getting sick with the same symptoms as the virus No one knows why or how to fix itAlthough it s still not at the scale I was hoping we do learn about the outside world in Fever Rhine and Gabriel travel enough to give us glimpses of society s living situations We also hear the president give an interesting speech of future plans Further we get some good plot development as well as a lot of mystery throughout this novel The twists we encounter definitely came to impress me They were very well thought out from the beginning put together in a way that makes them hard to predict I for one had no idea what was happening and was caught smiling by the cleverness of it all by the endI noticed an improvement in the writing from Wither It s vibrant and the story flows really well with an easy to read but sophisticated prose It s beautiful in a sense There is also a seuence where Rhine is drugged going in and out of consciousness that I thought was brilliantly done I felt as confused as Rhine was Trying to figure out what was happening along with her You get the sense of unease like in a dream where you know you must escape but you re trapped controlled It s suspenseful and frighteningA much fast paced captivating dystopian than the first in its series Fever continues Rhine s story while her years dwindle by With only 3 of them left Rhine has a lot of life left to live in a very short time I m looking forward to finding out how she spends these in the final book of the series For of my reviews visit my blog at Xpresso Reads The Epilogue The Selection #31 precious In this seuel to Lauren DeStefano’s harrowing Wither Rhine must decide if freedom is worth the Children of Wrath price now that she has to lose than ev. An improvement over Wither Fever starts exactly where we left off in the midst of the excitement from having escaped The issue I had with Wither lacking energy where I had a feeling of restlessness being with those girls in their big mansion unmoving is not the case any In Fever we re out in the real world Things are moving fast and the anxiety is heightened As a lover of fast Lukes Cut Hells Eight #8 paced dystopians I found myself much The Liberation of Sita preferring this second installmentWe re following Rhine and Gabriel on the run Rhine is trying to find her brother while Gabriel is seeing the outside of the Mansion for the first time in a decade As in Wither I didn t feel a lot of chemistry between these two They are clearly good for each other always there to help one another but there s no rooted The Adventures of Tom SawyerAdventures of Huckleberry FinnThe Prince and the Pauper passion between them Fortunately the Le Dernier des Justes plot doesn t center around the romance as much as their escape and eventually what s happening to Rhine She s started getting sick with the same symptoms as the virus No one knows why or how to fix itAlthough it s still not at the scale I was hoping we do learn about the outside world in Fever Rhine and Gabriel travel enough to give us glimpses of society s living situations We also hear the Midnight is a Place president give an interesting speech of future A Day For A Day plans Further we get some good Court of Lions plot development as well as a lot of mystery throughout this novel The twists we encounter definitely came to impress me They were very well thought out from the beginning I Cant Make You Love Me but I Can Make You Leave put together in a way that makes them hard to Vingespenn predict I for one had no idea what was happening and was caught smiling by the cleverness of it all by the endI noticed an improvement in the writing from Wither It s vibrant and the story flows really well with an easy to read but sophisticated Wenn Kinder trotzen paced captivating dystopian than the first in its series Fever continues Rhine s story while her years dwindle by With only 3 of them left Rhine has a lot of life left to live in a very short time I m looking forward to finding out how she spends these in the final book of the series For of my reviews visit my blog at Xpresso Reads

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  • Fever AUTHOR Lauren DeStefano
  • Lauren DeStefano
  • English
  • 14 March 2018
  • 9781442409125