Absolutely, I would, and have already! I loved the uniqueness of the main story, we've all read the boy meets girl and falls in love although it's forbidden, but it's the WHY that I found so interesting.
As I just stated, the circumstances under which the characters try to live was something I've not seen/read before. It had me wondering ” What if that were real?”. It certainly kept me interested and entertained.
All of them, but Hana and Lena are my favorite!
Oh heck, I don't know, lol.
Read this book,and the others
I have to say that in the first book the narrator really bothered me. in this book, I found her style to be more comfortable. I really liked the fact that the book does go back and forth between then and now. However, it was difficult to see how the two were really tied together. It was almost like reading two different stories. Much faster paced than the first book.
The story is fast paced with a few twists and turns in it. I enjoyed seeing how the author developed the characters throughout the story from the last book to this one. The ending was good idea but a predictable set up for the next book.
Her narration is great! She is easy to listen to but isn't too slow.
The narrator did well. The story was interesting and different but you could see sometimes what was going to happen. Still as a sequel it was gripping. It kept me listening. The ending was as I stated not unexpected and so I probably won't continue with the series. Still up to this point it was and is a very well written story if a bit unbelievable with the heroines almost super human strength and endurance.
This series is a great summer read especially if you are coming off a Hunger Games addiction.
I just felt like Delirium was written better, this book made me feel like it wasn't meant to be a series but they stretched the story to make it one. I tend to like YA books, but after reading this one I am wondering if i am starting to outgrow them.
I think the format and the energy of this book was much better than the first. The alternate storylines between the past and present had a good pace for the novel. The past storyline seemed to end abruptly.
The major plot twists were really predictable, but I still enjoyed the action-packed novel. I'll probably read the next one to see where the cliffhanger leads.
This "young adult" book is one that I probably would not have read in a book form, but I loved having it read to me! I like to know what kinds of books my kids are reading, and I always end up enjoying them too!
I might like to be more sensitive, but the narrator ruined this for me. I read the first book and couldn't wait for the second story. This narrator killed it. Who directed this and why didn't they correct her? The teenage angst and drama is inherent in the story and the narrator oooooozzzed drama and angst in every sentence. Way over done. Good story, I say read it on paper.
As a mom of teenagers, I spend a lot of time in the car, and a lot of that time is spent listening to Audible. Because of that, I tend to listen to a lot of YA novels, and my reviews will include the "Mom View" of cussing, sexuality, etc...
I would, if that person were a teenager. There is still the ongoing dramatic introspection and over-thinking by the main character that I, as an adult, found tedious and melodramatic, but I suppose teenagers actually *do*...
The ending; not because I was in a hurry to get there, but it was exciting and left me eager to read the third book in the series.
Yes, and once again she delivers a good, if not great, listening experience. It may be that I would like her more if she were reading something less... melodramatic.
I usually listen to the Young Adult section to avoid anything inappropriate for teen listeners, as I usually listen in my car, which is often full of teens. Be warned, however, that this series does have some scenes of mild sexuality (partial nudity, kissing) and there is cussing, including the "F-bomb."
The surprise ending is the best (and most frustrating) moment of the book!
"What's real and what's true aren't necessarily the same." - Salman Rushdie