Review: Sever by Lauren DeStefano. I finished this book last night. Once I started reading it I just could not stop. Sever is the last book in this. Sever. Sever. Book 3. Author, Lauren DeStefano. Genre, Young Adult Fiction. Release Date, February 12, Series, The Chemical Garden Book Series. In the third book of The Chemical Garden Trilogy, readers finally learn what exactly a Chemical Garden is.
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But I know I can’t. Okay, llego la hora de hablar de este final Constant plot twists and reveals, but Sever robs itself of much of it’s shock value imo by foreshadowing way too strongly and making everything too obvious before the big reveals.
Are you kidding me? Not to mention that she was so depressed over his death, and she didn’t seem to be really upset when Gabe was in a coma. Thanks for the honest review Katie. View all 12 comments. She was strong and funny and she deserved more as a character; to be less afraid and more bad-ass. Immediately after reading book 2: While in Hawaii she notices that there are people that look to old to be under 20 or 25 yet young enough that they can’t be from the first generation.
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Posted by Carina Olsen at Second, the garish lighting on the model makes her look terrible. He’s got his house full of locked doors like Bluebeard on steroids and Linden’s not going to be like “Dad, what the fuck are you doing in the basement? And I have a very, very bad feeling that sever might mean cutting herself off from Linden completely.
Have a fresh, new start without any reminders of the past. The final as usual was unbelievable. Visit her at LaurenDeStefano. Brandi Kosiner February 16, at 1: Or no one at all.
Sever (Chemical Gardens #3) by Lauren DeStefano –
Sign up and get a free eBook! What could have been a thought-provoking look lsuren Stockholm Syndrome turned into yet another instance of turning a creep into a viable love interest. I would have loved the ending more if she didn’t end up with Gabriel. Refresh and try again. This trilogy was actually good. It turns out that the government has lied to the public about the rest of the world disappearing underwater. See full terms and conditions and this month’s choices.
Team Gabriel aaaallllll the way. Lots of things for people to think about before diving in! She’s planning to leave immediately to find him, because he’s apparently become a radical and is bombing shit.
This series calls for dark tones and dreary settings; not neon green and vomit orange. DeStefano has an observant and occasionally pitiless eye, chronicling the cruelties, mercies, esver inconsistencies of her young characters.
Linden dies in the dumbest way ever. Just to be up front with everything, this will be more of a series review than a Sever review, because, honestly, not much actually fucking happens in Sever.
When she asks Vaughn about it he tells her that in Hawaii the virus that plagues the young people back on the mainland doesn’t exist in Hawaii. Finally a look into the outside world as Rhine sees it. Like literally no one cares that Rowan’s a shitbag. She inquires about why he’s a crazy bastard and he responds with villainous infodumps.
I am endlessly frustrated by books where everyone’s life is on the line, but the protag pauren too busy making goo-goo eyes with their “true love” to notice. However, desterano first half of the book was just lead up to the actual journey that lasted a grand total of maybe five chapters.
The model looks gorgeous WE. Mar 09, Lea rated it it was ok Shelves: She and two other girls, Cecily and Jenna, are picked out of a line up by Linden and his father, Vaughn.
Yes, the author does, but Rhine would not. I could tell him the truth It’s achingly sad and sets such a dark and absorbing tone that sucks you in. Feb 22, Lexie rated it did not like it Shelves: Rhine is still hoping to find her brother Rowan and reunite with Gabriel, the servant who ran away with her from the start. Review to come when I’m finished wiping my eyes dry. So many things with the potential for drama and strong feelings happen, but there was no impact for me.
It’s almost like it’s forcing itself to try and achieve the greatness of the first gorgeous cover, but fails pretty bad at even coming close. They’re rich, so they can afford to purchase Linden some wives.
It’ll leave you longing for book two. Oh, and I really wanted Celily or whatever her name, out of the dang picture.