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  1. says:

    Around page 30 ish there is a line in the book that I really could not get past and I nearly put the book down because of itHis eyes are literally dancing with light, burning as though on fireThis is what I pictured I am positive that eyeballs literally doing a cha cha with light bulbs is not is not what Oliver meant to portray I am also pretty sure, given the context, that this statement was not intended as hyperbole Now see here, I am normally not a grammar stickler, but this lapse Around page 30 ish there is a line in the book that I really could not get past and I nearly put the book down because of itHis eyes are literally dancing with light, burning as though on fireThis is what I pictured I am positive that eyeballs literally doing a cha cha with light bulbs is not is not what Oliver meant to portray I am also pretty sure, given the context, that this statement was not intended...


  2. says:

    It is clear, the new genre of dystopian romance is here to stay Apparently, paranormal romance formula I can t be with you cause I might kill you is getting old, so now we will be bombarded with trilogies showcasing new formula I can t be with you cause this bad dystopian world is tearing us apart Ugh And why did Lauren Oliver decide to dabble in this genre instead of sticking to what she knows best I am trying to be nice here, but Oliver has no talent for speculative fiction I worry about It is clear, the new genre of dystopian romance is here to stay Apparently, paranormal romance formula I can t be with you cause I might kill you is getting old, so now we will be bombarded with trilogies showcasing new formula I can t be with you cause this bad dystopian world is tearing us apart Ugh And why did Lauren Oliver decide to dabble in this genre instead of sticking to what she knows best I am trying to be nice here, but Oliver has no talent for speculative fiction I worry about this career choice of hers, because as of now she, as an author, is lost to me for at least 3 years I am not interested inDelirium books.I love dystopias, I love how authors take...


  3. says:

    I have said this before and I ll say it again I have no problem with an implausible story vehicle As long as the ride is good and it relates a moral or philosophical value.But where the line is drawn is when the world isn t consistent and in the confines of that world, things don t make sense.That s my limit That s when I start getting frustrated and annoyed And it s not because an author tried something new, okay Lauren Oliver is AMAZING She is a great author who is erudite and verbose an I have said this before and I ll say it again I have no prob lem with an implau si ble story vehi cle As long as the ride is good and it relates a moral or philo soph i cal value.But where the line is drawn is when the world isn t con sis tent and in the con fines of that world, things don t make sense.That s my limit That s when I start get ting frus trated and annoyed And it s not because an author tried some thing new, okay Lau ren Oliver is AMAZING She is a great author who is eru dite and ver bose and inter est ing to lis ten to I ve seen her speak live and frankly to an audi ence and her abil ity to relate to them and express her self is fantastic.But this novel still didn t work for me Delir ium, unfor tu nately, failed for me Which is sad den ing, because Lau ren Oliver is a good author and I know, with Delir ium, she was reach ing out and try ing some thing dif fer ent I just wish it had beensuccess...


  4. says:

    December 2011 review I adored Delirium when I first read and reviewed it, which was back in February I had limited experience with dystopia, only having read Matched, The Hunger Games, and Uglies, but Delirium made it one of favourite genres I ve come across many young dystopian novels since then, and having re read Delirium, I can safely say that it is still one of my favourites and one of the best books I ve read this year.Although Delirium is a dystopian novel, it is first and foremost a lo December 2011 review I adored Delirium when I first read and reviewed it, which was back in February I had limited experience with dystopia, only having read Matched, The Hunger Games, and Uglies, but Delirium made it one of favourite genres I ve come across many young dystopian novels since then, and having re read Delirium, I can safely say that it is still one of my favourites and one of the best books I ve read this year.Although Delirium is a dystopian novel, it is first and foremost a love story it doesn t pretend to be anythin...


  5. says:

    There are some books written that touch you deeply Stories that work their way stealthily into your heart, and imbeds itself securely there, and refusing to disperse, leaving you utterly breathless and completely captivated with wondrous awe Delirium did this for me There are not many books that can speak to you the way Delirium does Books that tug at your heartstrings, and make you believe in the impossible Books that can express what love really is an all consuming, brilliantly captivati There are some books written that touch you deeply Stori...


  6. says:

    2 5Dystopian fiction, particularly the young adult kind, is plummeting downhill at 100 mile an hour.


  7. says:

    2.5 3I hate skin I hate bones and bodies I want to curl up inside of him and be carried there forever Earlier this year, I fell in love with Lauren Oliver s debut, Before I Fall So understandably, I was very excited to hear about her next book, Delirium A dystopian world where love is a disease, written by the clearly very talented Oliver Yeah, I can get behind that I settled in to wait the long, cruel months until the February release date, when I got a surprise package in the ma 2.5 3I hate skin I hate bones and bodies ...


  8. says:

    Before I begin, let me start by warning anyone who has placed this book on their To Read Shelf Do not plan on accomplishing anything productive for approximately 24 hours after starting the book You have been warned And for anyone who did not read this warning in time, you arethan welcome to join my sleep deprived sob fest If only I knew what I was getting myself into when I first picked up the book.For the past sixty four years, love was considered a disease which impaired reason and Before I begin, let me start by warning anyone who has placed this book on their To Read Shelf Do not plan on accomplishing anything productive for approximately 24 hours after starting the book You have been warned And for anyone who did not read this warning in time, you arethan welcome to join my sleep deprived sob fest If only I knew what I was getting myself into when I first picked up the book.For the past sixty four years, love was considered a disease which impaired reason and posed a threat to society A cure was established to protect United States citizens from the debilitating effects of the illness At the age of 18, each person is required to undergo a procedure, permanently curing them from the sickness The story follows 18 year old Lena Haloway, who grew up in Portland, Maine with her aunt and uncle Lena anxiously counts down the days until her procedure, anticipa...


  9. says:

    Such a good book I loved the whole idea of the world even though I found it depressing It was such a unique concept There were times when I found myself being annoyed with Lena I kept thinking to myself Lena, shut up , but I grew to really like her ch...


  10. says:

    This has all the elements of being a very exciting story, but sad to say, it isn t The last fifty pages lift it from a two star, barely, but can t save the entirety of the book.First of all, it s simply too long for what is in here The storyline isn t bad, but it s far too minutely descriptive and all I can think is, well, this is going to be stretched out to fill three books so, of course, it s overly descriptive...

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