There is also, at least for me, a feeling of accomplishment and closure provided that the author delivers. And Lauren definitely delivered in Sever. Cecily is grown so much, and it was quite a journey in Sever to see her develop so much more. Linden is as sweet and generous as ever, if still blinded to what is around him, but luckily the women around him and Reed, his uncle who I adored by the way, help to make him see the world and his father the way it really is.
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There is also, at least for me, a feeling of accomplishment and closure provided that the author delivers. And Lauren definitely delivered in Sever. Cecily is grown so much, and it was quite a journey in Sever to see her develop so much more.
Linden is as sweet and generous as ever, if still blinded to what is around him, but luckily the women around him and Reed, his uncle who I adored by the way, help to make him see the world and his father the way it really is. The conversations he had with Rhine were great, and I loved his teasing nature. She wants to show Rowan that she is alive, and also get some of the answers that he seems to hold about her past, and hopefully the hope that they cling to for their future.
I flew through this and did not want to put it down to eat or sleep, and did so only reluctantly. The characters are beautifully written and captivating.
I still had a hard time with her pushing Linden away, but I knew that she had to find Gabriel. So, in essence for most of the book, you know until THAT thing happened, I was still torn over who she should be with,and who I would pick for myself. Linden is a hard one to choose though because of the sharing and sister wives deal.
I know that it is a good and fitting ending, but I am still kinda in shock over the events, and dealing with some loss. Bottom Line: Bittersweet conclusion to an amazing trilogy. Close X Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter Sign up now.
Lauren DeStefano Quotes
Fever had a number of big reveals for us, and I was anticipating learning more about those reveals. Yet they failed to completely resonate with me, and left me wanting more from them in the end. Reasons to Read: 1. Rhine finds her independence: YAY! I love that Rhine really has more of an opportunity in Sever to step out on her own, without really needing to rely on someone else more specifically, without relying on any one boy. I will add, however, that it takes a while for her to really get into this role, and the lead-in was far too slow.
Books by Lauren DeStefano
Beschreibung bei Amazon Some authors pick up easy topics and write wonderful stories while there are others who love to pick up some controversial complex topic and create a marvel. It takes a lot of courage and enigma to pick up such complex topics and Lauren DeStefano loves to write about them. When we talk about young adult writers who challenge their readers, Lauren is the front runner among them. She earned her English Degree from Albertus Magnus College and began her writing career with her first publication in
Sever (Chemical Garden Series #3)
Linden and Cecily, who is now four months pregnant with their second child, are concerned about where Rhine will go once she is released from the hospital. Rhine wants to find her brother, Rowan, whom she believes is in Rhode Island. She finds safety with Reed, an older, gruff but kindly man who loves to tinker with machines. Linden still does not believe what Rhine told him about his father. He feels that Rhine imagined what she saw in the basement of his home. After listening to Rowan on a radio broadcast, Rhine realizes that she needs to find her brother. He believes she is dead from an experimental procedure designed to find a cure.