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read doc ´ Reuiem author Lauren Oliver Hardcover Ê horticulturetrader ß [Read] ➲ Reuiem By Lauren Oliver – Horticulturetrader.co.uk Now an active member of the resistance Lena has transformed The nascent rebellion that was underway in Pandemonium has ignited into an all out revolution inTerrain of the Wilds her best friend Hana lives a safe loveless life in Portland as the fiancée of the young mayor Reuiem is told from the perspectives of both Lena and her friend Hana They live side by side in a world that divides them until at last their stories converg Reuiem When all good things must come to an end A horrible horrible end that didn’t do any justice to the series But an end nonetheless Reuiem is like sitting down to a well deserved hot pie and relishing every bite until you get to the last one and die of poisoning without ever knowing why or how There was literally a moment when I got to the last few pages realized there wasn’t any and freaked out From enjoyment for insurmountable angerI am a solid believer that Lauren Oliver is a capable talented author I also think she’s brave Not all authors risk venturing into unfamiliar territory Think how common it is for an author to be writing their fourth or fifth book in a series and starting spinoffs in the same world when even that gets old It’s clear from Delirium that Oliver was trying on something new Uncomfortable at first but I’d felt that in Pandemonium she had hit her stride Reuiem the last part of Lena’s journey seems to have been a new challenge all in its own One that I didn’t feel Oliver managed to surmountThe novel is divvied up into Lena’s POV and Hannah’s POV – sometimes done with success than other times Overall it wasn’t a bad series and Reuiem wasn’t necessarily a bad book It simply could never escape from the premise holding so much promise than the story could deliver Compared to other series in this genre it struggled to hold its own candle I feel bereft and let down after the promise and goodness that was PandemoniumThere are concepts and ideas there A tale Oliver wants to tell about love – its strengths and pitfalls The good and the bad You can see the reaching for it in Reuiem Then a point comes when it seems the tale is abandoned in favour of wrapping it up as soon as possible Some might call it an open ending To me an open ending leaves you with thoughtful uestions not a whole lot of blank spaces To me Reuiem doesn’t have an open ending It just stops with little rhyme or reasonI’m not even going to talk about anything else that happens or the characters or themes or writing or anything I refuse Debate or not an ending is an ending is an ending Just because something ended doesn’t mean you gave it an actual ending Need further proof Allow me to illuminate on th This review also appears on my blog Cuddlebuggery Book Blog

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To the Wilds But the Wilds are no longer a safe haven Pockets of rebellion have opened throughout the country and the government cannot deny the existence of Invalids Regulators infiltrate the borderlands to stamp out the rebelsAs Lena navigates the increasingly dangerous The Delirium TV SHOW has been picked up again BY HULU TO be aired on June 20th 2014 Holy shit Delirium by Lauren Oliver is to become a TV Show The Delirium Lauren Oliver TV Show has it's Lena Lena has been cast guysClick here to read 86 juicy pages of Reuiem plus an exclusive short story about ALEX DYYING INSIDEDelirium TV Show Casting Alex and Hana have been cast for better or worsethere is another book rightThe DELIRIUM series cannot end this way so vague and unfinishedDisappointed doesn't begin to cover how I feelThe beginning was slow and the ending was rushed sooo rushed and unclear and incomplete and preachy and not at all what I was expecting It felt short the whole book didSo she went back to the wilds and lived crappily ever after Is that what I am gettingFelt like a bridge between books nothing was really solved and we were left with uestions than answers While Pandemonium was a revelation Reuiem was the book that fell short Guess it was too much to hope Reuiem would be just as good We get NO answers At the end it's like nothing is resolved not even the love triangle that no one believed in the first place anywaysI was already suspecting this was going to happen when I reached the middle of the book and a little after and nothing significant had yet happened We got a confrontation in the romance department ONE And not even after they meet face to face for the first time woah was I pissed true but other than that NadaThis book was definitely dissapointing We still get beautiful writing and it was GREAT to get to see the characters we love again but it felt like a bridge book No resolution no ENDING Just all left in the airThe rest of this review shall be full of spoilers so read if you must I have a lot of talking to do about specific parts that pissedmeoffview spoilerBy the end there she is with a child Grace reconciles with Alex barely yet hasn't broken up with Julian even though she finally realized she will never love him as much as she loves Alex DUHTheir reconciliation Alex and Lena wasn't even that romantic or sweet It was business like Oh yeah I love you you love me let's not even make eye contact as we are saying this in THE MIDDLE OF A FUCKING ATTACKThen Lena goes off stares at Julian's bare chest on her way to a half pummeled wall guess old habits die hard WITH A CHILD to help tear it down some WHAT THE HELL IS SHE GOING TO DO ATTACK THE WALL WITH HER FISTS SHE AIN'T FUCKING MADE OF STEEL And the most ridiculous thing of all is the last paragraph where Lauren Oliver tries to tie everything with words of wisdom that uite frankly fell flatAfter everything we went through Delirium and Pandemonium do you really think a half assed paragraph was going to make me HAPPY I am furious The last paragraph could be summarized with the song by Avril Lavigne titled Keep Holding on Does this mean we get a seuel To hold on for a brighter tomorrow in which the ending to one of my favorite series isn't this I damn hope soAnd I haven't even started talking about Hana's grand finaleShe finds out there is a bomb at the house she is to live with her fucking psycho jerk of a husband and she just goes off the backdoor never looking back Did the husband explode WHO KNOWS Did Hana ever find Lena again No fucking clue What is she going to do now Hell you got me thereAnd the way she does a complete 180 there at the end on the way she treats Lena and stuff after everything we have read from her POV Nope don't believe it She treats Lena like she barely knows her even though she has been agonizing about her in every other page we read DumbfoundingIs Hana's husband the creepy psycho new mayor that uite possibly killed his father even dead No one knows I didn't read about an explosion how about youOh and why doesn't Lena break up with Julian My personal opinion is that Lauren Oliver dug herself a deep hole she doesn't want to get herself out of Julian only joined the resistance because of Lena only to find out this girl has been stringing him along this whole timeFuck if she series were to continue Julian could become the ultimate super villain He is smart hot from a well respected family and has a bone to pick with love Ultimate Super Villain Couldn't blame the guyAnd Alex Don't make me talk about him now MY Alex died in Delirium This new ball of hatred is not Alex He is just not the guy any of us fell in love with and you know why BECAUSE HE DOESN'T GET ENOUGH PAGE TIME If Hana could tell her story by GODS let Alex tell his side All we get is confused old Lena who doesn't know her ass from her elbowsI am sure our Alex never return because he never got a chance So much time was put into veering us into the wrong conclusion of who was going to win Lena's heart that we didn't have enough reading space to fall in love with Alex all over again hell we didn't even have time to reconnectLena and her mother reunite That was done right I believe it Lena is a big ball of feels she would have forgiven her mother that easily She never spoke top her about Alex though in the entire book You would think that small part of her live the entire first book right would come up in conversationCoral we hate her we love her I kind of liked her at the end She seemed cool when not looked through Lena's eyesThe war was never resolved They won a battle I think They were definitely halfway through when the book ended in Portland but they definitely didn't win any wars OH and after reading Raven's story to find out she was pregnant something that was NEVER referred to or addressed in Reuiem and she just DIES Not even fighting or like the leader she is she is climbing up some stairs pokes her head out and gets shot Tack comes to console her and we never read about them two again Was the shot fatal Maybe Was she still pregnant by then I don't know Did Tack know etc etc nothing was addressed and everything was left up in the air hide spoiler

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Reuiem author Lauren OlivNow an active member of the resistance Lena has transformed The nascent rebellion that was underway in Pandemonium has ignited into an all out revolution in Reuiem and Lena is at the center of the fight After rescuing Julian from a death sentence Lena and her friends fled EDIT #3 ACTUAL REVIEW SPOILERS AHEADOkay I know a lot of people have readliked my 'review' for the ending of Pandemonium and the blurb of reuiem but here's my long awaited review of Lauren Oliver's ReuiemI'm going to be very very honest here I didn't like it Compared to the awesomeness that was Delirium this was honestly disappointing I hate when authors sway to far from the original plot of the series which was exactly what Lauren Oliver has done in this latest installment The first book was an exciting tale about two people who were in love and were determined to keep it that way despite the costs Alex and Lena's love story was thrilling and interesting due to the circumstances of their illegal romance and having the characters experience emotions that were entirely new to them The second book added depth to the rebellion side to the plot but still continued with a forbidden love story between Lena and Julian no matter how much we may have hated Julian it was still true to the trilogy's origins of forbidden love But this book felt sort offlat ESPECIALLY since the ending to the last book was so shocking and exciting the way Oliver continues the story is disappointingFirstly you'll have to forgive me for leaving out some detail I read the book over a year ago and I'm only just getting around to the review But I remember that I was really pissed that the start of this book didn't pick up right after the last book finished I wanted to know what Lena's immediate reaction was I wanted to know what was said after Don't believe her I wanted to know their first conversation I NEEDED TO NOW THESE THINGS BUT I NEVER GOT THE ANSWERS There was no spark between Alex and Lena Their love had been so passionate and intense in the first book and I honestly refuse to believe that the air between them was so tense Like yeah Julian was a big bump in the road but knowing Alex he would have understood She obviously believed he was dead and grief doesn't eual 'not able to find love again'Overall I just wasn't interested in the plot either I was so focused on wanting Alex to reconcile with Lena that nothing else sparked my interestAlso for a book with such bland emotion and frustrating not in the good way plot the ending was awful Yes with some books you can get away with an ending that's very brief and vague but this series needed The plot was just too BIG to end like it did It was in dire need of an explanatory epilogueOh well some books are just duds WhateverEDIT #2 BLURB THINGY After rescuing Julian from a death sentence Lena and her friends fled to the Wilds But the Wilds are no longer a safe haven—pockets of rebellion have opened throughout the country and the government cannot deny the existence of Invalids Regulators now infiltrate the borderlands to stamp out the rebels and as Lena navigates the increasingly dangerous terrain her best friend Hana lives a safe loveless life in Portland as the fiancée of the young mayor Reuiem is told from both Lena’s and Hana’s points of view The two girls live side by side in a world that divides them until at last their stories convergeHa I love how the descriptionblurb says NOTHING about Alex coming back Probably JUST to torture us that wee bit ; But I love this and I can't wait for Lena to meet up again with HanaEDIT THE COVERThis is what my reaction when I realised Alex was back and then thisand This is what I did when I saw that it was the last page of the bookand THIS is what I did when I saw the expected publication date of Reuiemand thisI hope there's someone else out there who understands that in the whole book of Pandemonium I was basically just waiting for Alex to burst into the situation saying I WILL FIX EVERYTHINGBUT NO He came on the very last page of the book Now miss Lauren Oliver is making me wait an awful 8 MONTHS FOR THE NEXT BOOK