Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

It's been six months since readers first met 17-year-old Lena Haloway, desperately in love in a world that considers such feelings an infection to be permanently and irrevocably "cured."This much-anticipated sequel to Delirium (2011) picks up right where the first novel left off, with Lena and Alex's only partially successful attempt to escape to "the Wilds." Lena, alone, heartbroken and near ... Read full review

Review: Pandemonium

Editorial Review - - Jordana Frankel

PANDEMONIUM is the thrilling, thoughtful continuation of Lauren Oliver's dystopian trilogy, where citizens undergo brain surgery to cure amor deliria nervosa, a disease otherwise known as “love.” In the first book, DELIRIUM, an uncured 17yearold named Lena Haloway meets Alex. He seems safe; he even has the signature scarring to prove he's been cured. He hasn't, though, and the two fall for each ... Read full review

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This book is not like your average love story. It's about trying to move on, after you lose the one, and learning how to love again. Clever, magical and heart wrenching. I cried at multiple places throughout the book.

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