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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If you don’t understand that building a dystopian world requires some political or economic knowledge and insight into OUR own world then you shouldn’t be writing dystopian lit. Did they ever have a chance at being happy together?

They almost seemed like brother and sister at times. And then there was the pacing: It is my impression that some authors do not realize that by the very nature of getting paid for their writing, they carry a certain amount of power within the writing community as far as everyone else is concerned.

Like, it is objectively disgusting, but so 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.

For one, if people are so desperate to round up women to get them pregnant, why would they have shot all the extra girls?


Plus, receive recommendations for your next Book Club read. She’s a bit unsure of herself. 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.

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I am not trying to claim some kind of nobility for it; I am just saying that we are destffano writers, but for those of us who are not paid to write, those who are paid for writing have a certain amount of power. I give major kudos to authors who can show up on a review and just validate what people are saying without trying to make it about that author’s emotions.


Hello my beautiful goodreads family! Also, there is no fucking way that men are going to pay money to watch a girl make destefxno with her boyfriend. May 21, Lauren rated it did not like it Shelves: Fever 7 Apr 19, Give us more information when it makes sense in the story.

Of course, in that situation, she is conveniently saved by Gabriel who just “felt” that something was wrong with that guy. I’m not giving away any spoilers.

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Even kauren she is not my favorite, at least she is consistently so. Rhine is still boring. The story unfolds into a brutal yet subtly romantic dystopic nightmare where no matter how harsh and m Things will get worse before they get better. Other books got in the way and I started it twice I think, but then had to read other books again and it drove me nuts!

Fever (The Chemical Garden, #2) by Lauren DeStefano

Rhine does not accomplish anything significant in her journey, nor does she mature emotionally. DeStefano is one of the authors who has made it clear she is monitoring reviews, but she is among many, and I think it is a potential learning moment for many authors and reviewers who have suddenly run into each other on these internets. Fortunately, the plot doesn’t center around the romance as much as their escape and, eventually, what’s happening to Rhine.

There were a lot of hallucinations, bizarre dreams, and really random metaphors. Thank you for supporting the top site for book series recaps, and we hope you continue to find it a useful resource! I think that her feelings for Linden grew more than she wanted to admit, and I kinda wish that her and Linden had a chance to figure it out without the weird love triangle was square I guess with Jenna, and I don’t even know what you call it if you figure in Rose Are these my honest opinions?


Because of this, I sometimes felt disconnected from Rhine and Gabriel and their struggles. I remember thinking that there were some inconsistencies in the world.

Right after their escape Rhine and Gabriel are imprisoned by a red-light district Madame–a total stereotypical caricature who speaks in revolving Russian and French accents.

If you shipped destefnao, this will be a negative for you, but I thought it made a nice change from the typical instalove sort of scenario. Dextefano kissed back, all the pages spread out around us like riddles waiting to be solved. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.

This conflict seems to be an afterthought until the “cliffhanger” at the end of the book. Jul 27, Reynje added it. I only got excited in the last hundred pages. This is where I learned that Lauren DeStefano desteano the kind of author who writes on horror movie rules: Don’t just hint at it, give it to us.