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[ Pdf Fever ä josei PDF ] by Lauren DeStefano Þ Rhine And Gabriel Have Escaped The Mansion, But Danger Is Never Far BehindRunning Away Brings Rhine And Gabriel Right Into A Trap, In The Form Of A Twisted Carnival Whose Ringmistress Keeps Watch Over A Menagerie Of Girls Just As Rhine Uncovers What Plans Await Her, Her Fortune Turns Again With Gabriel At Her Side, Rhine Travels Through An Environment As Grim As The One She Left A Year Ago Surroundings That Mirror Her Own Feelings Of Fear And HopelessnessThe Two Are Determined To Get To Manhattan, To Relative Safety With Rhine S Twin Brother, Rowan But The Road There Is Long And Perilous And In A World Where Young Women Only Live To Age Twenty And Young Men Die At Twenty Five, Time Is Precious Worse Still, They Can T Seem To Elude Rhine S Father In Law, Vaughn, Who Is Determined To Bring Rhine Back To The Mansionby Any Means NecessaryIn The Sequel To Lauren DeStefano S Harrowing Wither, Rhine Must Decide If Freedom Is Worth The Price Now That She Has To Lose Than Ever 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 4.
5 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 Lauren DeStefano stole my heart with her lyrical prose in Wither, but she took my breath away with Fever But before I start gushing uncontrollably about how much I loved this book, I feel I need to talk about this cover for a minute I m gonna be honest here and say that when I first saw this cover, I didn t exactly like it In fact, my exact words were,It looks awful And why does her hair look like that She looked so much better on the first cover She looks like she is strung out on drugs Total fail on this one SmhSigh I really should stop judging a book by its cover because unlike some books where the cover 2012 Seriously I can t wait that long I want to get my hands on that book NOW This is total agony cries Not good at all Oh, wait No one likes it when I leave a single sentence review Breathless fangirls and guys are even now lurking in the darkness of the internet, waiting to leap out with their all caps denunciations HOW CAN U SAY THAT WITH NO REASON U JUST DONT GET IT ITS TO DEEP FOR YOU I m sorry I m sure some of them can spell I m a little bitter from my last bad Goodreads experience, with other fan fave Name of the Wind But there s no need to be rude, and I m sorry for casting aspersions upon DeStefano s fan base I guess there s something that reminds me of Name about this book The same overwrought faux Victorian prose, loaded with improbably purple dialogue and shoddy character descriptions Here s something that has bugged me for 100 pages the main character at one point claims to mutter something unintelligibly to herself Can you do that I mean, even if you 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 one book where hindsight has really changed my opinion 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.
What I Liked The writing, sort of Lauren DeStefano has a very interesting, unique style that, while not precisely my thing, I can appreciate the merits of Her writing will specifically appeal to those who appreciate a poetic sort of style.
Rhine and Gabriel s relationship is very awkward They have no sort of chemistry and it becomes app Things will get worse before they get better A little agony before the Fever will break.
Fever, the second installment to The Chemical Garden Trilogy, picks up immediately where Wither left off As Rhine and Gabriel escape Linden s mansion in search of their freedom and Rhine s twin brother, they find themselves captured by Madame Soleski and forced to become a perverse display for profit The story unfolds into a brutal yet subtly romantic dystopic nightmare where no matter how harsh and morbid it becomes, there seems to be something that makes this novel increasingly addicting I ll admit right now, I am sort of shocked at myself for how engrossed I ve become with this trilogy It s definitely not like anything I ve categorized in the past as romantic, beautiful, or hopeful, yet there s a deep seeded part of this sto
We 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 th 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 char Gritty sequel failed to keep my attention like WITHER didFever takes readers into an even darker world than did Lauren DeStefano s debut novel, Wither Having escaped the confines of the mansion, Rhine and Gabriel make the run to freedom only to find that the outside world may offer even less of it As they struggle to make their way to Manhattan in search of safety and Rhine s twin brother, the two find that the world is populated by those both cruel and kind and that everyone is looking for a way to survive When I read WITHER last year, I was impressed by the author s writing and her willingness to explore what dire things might happen in a world where all young people die early 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 Unfortunately, thi