Chemical Garden Trilogy 2. Fever
- 144 x 214 x 28mm | 317g
- 01 Feb 2012
- Simon + Schuster Inc.
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A copy was provided by Simon and Schuster Canada for review. Rhine and Gabriel have escaped the mansion, away from the confining clutches of her father-in-law Vaughn. Trying to find some shelter for the night they stumble across the carnival setting of Madam where she gathers girls from the street and sells them to her clients for money. To escape one prison and to get stuck in another really irked me! Poor Rhine and Gabriel, could they ever just be free from the evils that lurk in her world? I enjoyed Fever much more that Wither just because they were out in the real world, and I liked how Lauren set the desolate environment where kindness is scarce and people will do anything to survive. Rhine is such a strong character still and I love how determined she is to find her twin brother and to find freedom. There is very little romance which I like since RhineÃ¢??s driving force isnÃ¢??t to fall in love or be rescued by Gabriel. ItÃ¢??s for her to finally be with the only family she has left whom she misses dearly. When Rhine was in her weakened and fevered state I loved how she cherished her memories before all the pain and suffering came. Beautiful and haunting, Lauren DeStefano is a wonderfully creative writer and I canÃ¢??t wait to read the last installment in this wonderful trilogy!show moreby Giselle SM