For those who found the characters of "Matched" flat, but liked the plot, this is the perfect alternative. "Delirium" is a great dystopic romance.
Frankly, Rubbish - don't waste the credit, unless of course you like juvenile fiction, poorly read without a storyline or any redeeming value.
This book was way too much insight into one annoying girls inner dialogue. I hated how whiney and dramatic she was and while I love the actress that narrates this book when she is acting on TV, I couldn't handle her voice on audiobook. This book is slow and tries to hard to be poetic about an inner awakening when the character herself has little depth. Not a fan.
The narrative was exceedingly slow. Many aspects of the book - characters, themes, and so forth-- were not fully fleshed out and lacked complexity and nuance. It really ended up just being a sappy boring romance novel. I had a hard time imagining how a society could continue raising offspring without any sort of bonding, given current knowledge about oxytocin, etc. If the author had come up with an explanation for this, or delved into such challenges, it would have been more interesting.
boredom, disappointment, annoyance
I didn't care for the narrator, her attempt at a male voice was comical, and sometimes it sounded as if it were the voice of someone of low intelligence. I think I would have enjoyed this story more with a better narrator or if I just read it myself, as is I couldn’t even get through it, due to the narrators voice grating on my nerves.
This book took a little time to get into, in my opninon it was slow and drug for about half if not more of the book. I got to a point where I couldn't stop listening and was blown away by the ending!
very good listen
enjoyed this and had to get the 2nd book ,,,,,,, like the teen books as well as other and find them sometimes better! liked this series!
Great, amazing, STOP!
all of it was so good:-)
Ellen Archer or Emma Galvin!
the ending, I LOVED it. it made me tear up for sure!
Ok, so this book was great! but be prepared the 2nd book is a REAL let down for those of us who HATE the love drama. I am an action person, though I believe there needs to be romance as well just not overly dramatic.
I couldn't get through 15 minutes of this book because the narrator sounds like a sassy pre-teen.
Oprah's book club book
YA writer and book lover!
I liked this book more than I liked the original. In this book the MC developed and became a stronger character. I was tired of her whining in the first book about the cure and the disease and in this book she stood for something and really grew into an independent thinker who had full opinions about the cure and the disease of love. This growing character made me want anxious for book 3.