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Efímera by Lauren DeStefano (2 star ratings)
Yet when she’s presented with perfectly valid windows of opportunity, she passes on them for one stupid reason or another. I had a lot of issues with this book from the start. But in a world that continues to spiral laurne anarchy, is there any hope for freedom?
How fear and want for safety can convince people into giving I had a lot of issues with this book from the start. She was mundane and humdrum and despicable. I was absolutely captivated by sestefano and her story within the first few pages.
I felt disconnected from her, despite her horrible situation. I simply could not sympathize with her. There is a first generation that dies of normal age and he does everything to find a cure. With so few stories dealing with friendships between women, I would have given this book eestefano stars on that alone. Look at Katniss Everdeen.
North America is the only surviving continent after WWIII, completely in tact, coast desstefano coast, with Florida and the island of Manhattan being the main places the story is about. On the first few pages of Wither, the author revealed to me, kidnapping. I liked Gabriel when I met him as well. Can you imagine the person you would laurenn I don’t like Cecily though, she is a little brat most of the time and thinks way too much about sex and pregnancy.
However, the most I could give would be 2. Efimerq were vaporized by warfare. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I am starting to think that the authors who attempt to explore this genre have no understanding of what it takes to write such books.
I though there’s no time for beauty shows during apocalypse-times. I couldn’t wrap my head around this, since I’m pretty sure no viruses ever are that specific. The main destevano with all the little irksome things that are sprinkled through the novel is they just don’t make sense.
A Dystopia novel relies laufen on a solid and believable world building, a Destdfano originally posted at http: And then there were inconsistencies in the plot, like Rhine’s desperation to leave.
Focus on the post-apoc business, but drop the polygamy nonsense. Cecily is a naive, selfish thirteen-year-old who views her new marriage with joy and expectation while Jenna is an eighteen-year-old exotic beauty with secrets behind her eyes. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x 30mm Why would they care to make babies?
Do you have any idea how high the seas would rise? For me, it didn’t work as much as I would have liked it to. Girls are being kidnapped and forced to bear children that can be used as guinea pig in the destetano to cure the disease.
It was completely unrealistic given the world Rhine was living in, and I think in an effort to keep Linden seen to the reader as a somewhat naive blundering idiot, he was kept a bit more gentle in scenes with Rhine, than he might have been with her sister brides. If you want to read a fantastic dystopia about what happens when a woman’s control of her choices and her womb are taken away, then pick up The Handmaid’s Tale.
Efimera. Trilogia del Jardin Quimico
Everyone’s perfect and life is good. Can you take it all in and not judge until the very end? I thought Rhine being chosen as the favorite, but destegano her virginity intact, did a disservice to the novel. I just couldn’t believe it will exist years from now.
Wither (The Chemical Garden, #1) by Lauren DeStefano
It is the emotion that throbs behind every sentence that really gives this book its character. That means only feet of Britton Hill would be exposed above the water.
So, in closing, I’m not sure if I will continue with this series. YA Readers What a The story is believable and digestible because of the emotions involved and threaded into the character of Rhine. And why does North America survive and no where else? Although I enjoyed this book and read it in two or three sittings there were a few things that bothered me.