Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver
My Rating: 4/5 cups of coffee
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”There is no before. There is only now, and what comes next.” – Raven
OMG! This book has a great ending!
Now this book has now and then. Now, Lena is a new girl and lives with Raven and Tack in Zombieland and then, when she was in the Wilds. At first the book seems so slow, Lena kept talking about her experience in the Wilds. Alex is gone and she’s alone with strangers in the Wilds until she gets used to it and become one of them. Lena is always tired and weak while she was in the wilds, she kept complaining about their food and the need for her to work if she wants to stay.
Now she has a mission in Zombieland until she got kidnapped by theScavengers with Julian, the president of DFA Deliria-Free America. She was prisoned with Julian for days. Sometimes she hates Julian, sometimes she did not. She kept hiding the real Lena for the sake of her mission in Zombieland. She always thought that the Lena before does not exist and now she’s a new Lena. It’s like Lena wants to be like Raven strong and she even forget the past and what’s important now is the present.
Lena should make her own trademark among the uncured in Wilds, she must not forget what she was before because the Lena before is the one who make her come to the Wilds.
Julian and Lena escaped the Scavengers then stayed in one of the homestead, before they go to sleep they kissed because Julian want to know what it feels like to have the disease, the deliria. Lena seems falling in love with Julian because Alex wasn’t there. He’s dead. She thought Julian is filling the spaces that Alex left her. I think it’s just lust. Haha!
At morning they were caught of course, of the DFA. Then Lena found out that her mother was the one who caught her in the homestead after they escaped. Julian was sentenced to death then Lena cannot accept the fact that he is going to die because of her. Julian resigned as the president of DFA and he thought that he is infected by the disease but he is, really. Lena thought it was all her fault because she kissed him and that’s the reason she infected him.
Lena went to rescue Julian at the hospital then she did with the help of Raven and Tack. After saving Julian they will go to the one of the homestead in North with of course Julian, Lena’s new boyfriend but then Alex appeared and that’s the end. So it’s a f*cking cliff-hanger. I can’t wait to read the next sequel, Requiem. Lena is now caught between TWO LOVERS. Oh my god!
Overall, it was a good book but not as good as Delirium but definitely one of my favorites. It was slow but at the end, the real action begins.
Delirium by Lauren Oliver
My Rating: 5/5 cups of coffee
“Love will turn the whole world into something greater than itself”
I got hooked into this book from the very beginning because the way it talks about love and the dangers about it. I like it. This is a well written book. I won’t be a spoiler in this review. I want you to read it yourself and I promise you, you’ll fell inlove with the book just like me. Although it’s a cliff-hanger at the end but the second book is out so you don’t need to wait what happens next.
New baby! Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver
Welcome to my bookshelf! I’m excited to read it!
Before I Fall By Lauren Oliver
My Rating: 4/5 cups of coffee
I was disappointed that I’ve just read this wonderful book. I should read it earlier because now it’s one of my favorite books ever. I stayed awake all night just to finish this book. I can’t even put it down.
I don’t want this book to end. I just want Sam to go back and go back and go back and do crazy and stupid things, even dumping Rob over and over again. It’s amazing how she managed to wake up the same day in one week. I love the part where she stole her moms credit card and spend so much for clothes, food and everything. I would also do that if I was her, I mean I would do more than that. Maybe I could travel and won’t sleep at night and wait till morning (Was it possible?).
I wish they would do a movie for this. It is really exciting. Seeing the same people everyday and do the things over and over again. Thumbs up to Lauren Oliver. I didn’t expect this book to have a such great story.