Fever by Lauren DeStefano
I was so excited I had Fever to dive into as soon as I finished Wither. With the ending of the first I didn't want to wait to get back into Rhine's story. Of course now I need to anyway since the third book of ther series isn't anywhere on the horizon.
If you biggest complaint about Wither was that there wasn't enough action, this is no longer the case here. At least in the first half of the book. Rhine has tons of adventures and meets tons of new character on her adventures in the earlier. And speaking of the character, again I loved the ones introduced as well as the old ones. I love the glispes we saw of Linden's, Cecily's, and Jenna's personality. Out of the bew ones both Lilac and Maddie were unforgettable. I want to know what happens to both of them, and I'd love to get to know them more.
If I have any complaints about the book it's with the last half of it. Throughout most of the final chapters Rhine is drifting in and out of consciosness. Now when I read the book I was tired myself, but reading the end of the book I felt like I was in one big dream. I do thing if I was a little more awake it wouldn't have had as much of an impact on me, but still reading the last parts I felt like I, right along with Rhine, was in a dream-life state.
While I didn't enjoy this one as much as the first, I still can't wait for the third book to be released, and I'm more than recomend this series. (Although part of that may be just so you can have a little book candy on your shelf since both covers are pretty much unforgetable.)
Today I'm linking up with Blonde Undercover Blonde for Book Club Friday!
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