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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I’m so happy he’s in this book every moment. Too bad–the series started out so promisingly. Jan 31, Alex rated it did not like it Recommends it for: 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.

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I was quickly reminded how much I love the characters, Destefano’s writing llauren, and the chilling world that she has created. I’m a little disapointed. She doesn’t give up! I didn’t buy the Great Cliffhanger Revelation that Rowan is now in the pro-naturalist camp, on account of how it seems to go against everything their family stood for. Maybe this is sad sometimes for authors, and I can definitely see why Caris chooses not to embody his author profile, but ultimately I do not feel bad for these poor little rich kids.


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Lists with This Book. Rhine then starts to feel dizzy and get chills. My main thought is that when authors, and Ms.

Their constant running and hiding overshadow the interesting questions about deztefano ethics of science, relationships, sexuality and power raised in the first book. Although this new situation oauren uncomfortable to read about I do find Madame, the flesh carnival’s keeper, to command the pages that she inhabits because she is a ridiculously excessive character that is a perverse shell of a human whom is cunning and crazed by the ghosts in her past.

Notify me of new posts by email. It blew me away and left me hanging!

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This book was a mess. So much of it is dreams and nostalgia for other times and 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. An improvement over Wither – Fever starts exactly where we left off in the midst of the excitement from having escaped.

This creates a dramatic crisis in population and a disparity between the rich and poor. You are commenting using your Twitter account. I really didn’t like it. I did appreciate his fierceness to protect Rhine in a world where it’s impossible to make such promises. In the last eighth of the book, everybody is awake, and we finally get some action. For the most part he relies on Rhine to navigate their cruel world and you can tell he really cares for her.


Fever takes place in a future where genetic sciences have created a cure of all diseases and illness for humanity. Maddie’s mother, Lilac, a nineteen year old prostitute, also was a winner and her story breaks my heart.

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Malfie — A malformed child. Fever The Chemical Garden 2 2 15 Jul 15, Trying to figure out what was happening along with her. I think the only reason I finished it was deztefano I so confused I didn’t know to stop reading.

If she was so eager to leave that hellish situation why did she have so many fond memories of it and of Linden? What went down Rhine and Gabriel arrive on shore, but are quickly captured and taken to a prostitution den.