I am immortal ....so far. I enjoy a god story and love a great narrator. :-)
I really enjoyed this series and absolutely loved the narrator. I know I am boring but love an ending that keeps ya guessing and crossing your fingers the story could continue!!
I loved all three books and the message they send. I'm sad to see the series end and look forward to future Lauren Oliver books. Sarah Drew is now my favorite narrator, she really brings the characters and emotions alive.
I like the way both Hana and Lena had a chance to share their emotions (or lack of) and feelings. They have both changed so much in the last "year" (book time).
eh - just different.
I always want to listen or read a book in one sitting. ALWAYS.
I was a little disapointed in the ending. After having all day to think about why - I've come to terms with the end of Hana's story - I think it makes an excellent point. But, I don't think the love triangle was adequately closed. I think a short epiloge just focusing on the love interest would have been nice.
The first 2 books were great, but I got the feeling that she wasn't sure how to end the story.
Sarah Drew did a great job going back and forth between the 2 characters, even when I had to stop mid-chapter it was easy tell who I had left off listening too.
I recently started reading Young Adult Dystopian literature. While waiting for the last Divergent book novel I decided to start this Series. Loved it! Sarah Drew is amazing. Only thing I didn't like about this book and series is the ending. But it was entertaining.
I like the story about Hana and how she was still true to herself. I like the conversation she had with her mom.
I like her voices and especially the parts of the stories when she is yelling or imitating the guys. She really brought the characters to life.
I liked the trilogy, but I didn't like the ending (mostly because it didn't finish the ending). My favorites would still be the Divergent and Hunger Games Series. However, this trilogy was a lot better than the Matched trilogy.
There were times I couldn't wait to know what would happen next.
I'm confused about why the story ended the way it did. Although it was clear who the main character would choose and that the dystopian society would end...everything else was left a mystery. What happened to Hanna? What happened after the walls came down? What happened to all the cured people? It was really frustrating to listen to 3 books and not have all of your questions answered.
Sarah Drew poured so much energy into her performance. She was able to bring the story to life so much more than I recall from the first two books.
I liked that this installment switched between Hana and Lena's POV, to see things from someone who had been 'cured' and someone living outside of society.
Although whenever I hear her voice I can picture the doctor from Gray's Anatomy, she was able to bring energy and interest to the story. She had distinct voices for the different characters, and she successfully brought across the suspense and drama of the plot.
I AM NEWLY ADDICTED TO AUDIO-BOOKS. I GOT THIS ACCOUNT LAST YEAR AND ALREADY HAVE 93 BOOKS IN MY LIBRARY. IT'S AWESOME...
ALTHOUGH THE SERIES WAS VERY GOOD I DID NOT LIKE THE SWITCH OFF BETWEEN THE TWO GIRLS POINT OF VIEWS...I FOUND MYSELF NOT REALLY CARING ABOUT HANNAH...SHE WAS NOT A STRONG ENOUGH CHARACTER IN MY OPINION TO STAND ON HER OWN. THE BACK AND FORTH BETWEEN THEN AND NOW WAS NOT BAD ONCE I GOT USED TO IT.
THE ENDING WAS VERY DISAPPOINTING THERE WAS NO INDICATION ON WHAT HAPPENS IN THE FUTURE WITH ALEX AND HIS GIRL. IT LEFT ME WANTING TO KNOW MORE.
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I have been waiting for this audiobook for what seems like forever. After being completely engrossed and transported by the first two in this series Delirium – Delirium Trilogy Book 1 and Pandemonium – Delirium Trilogy Book 2, I jumped at the chance to pre-order on Audible and waiting for an excruciatingly long 2 weeks for it to become available for download, woke up earlier than normal to download and sync to my ipod so I could start listening as soon as possible.
After listening to the first 30 minutes or so I realized that I could remember very little of where the storyline left off, after a while I didn’t care, because I was sucked into the story and couldn’t hardly stop listening. Requiem: Delirium Trilogy, Book 3 is an action packed, edge of your seat, dystopian love triangle adventure set in the future of the United States. Oliver continued her Delirium trilogy magnificently, I could hardly turn it off when someone needed to talk to me. This book is told from the perspective of Lena our well-known protagonist of the series and focuses on her role within the resistance, and from the perspective of Hana, this I believe was so we are reminded how the “zombie” society lives. I would really like to know why Oliver chose to end this story the way she did, it could have been easily continued on into another set of books or actually ended in a way that makes sense. This entire audiobook was an amazing thrill ride until the last 20 minutes or so and then the storyline and everything that Oliver set out to create dissolved. All this being said, if you have read/listened to the previous 2 books you are going to want to finish the series and mostly will not be disappointed.
Sara Drew’s narration completely and totally entranced me, I am pretty sure that this audiobook would have still been good had some one else done the narration, but Drew made it absolutely incredible. Even though Drew has one of those voices that sounds exactly like what I think a teenage girl sounds like, she is so much more dynamic than that. I am going to be looking for more titles narrated by Drew because I like her style and her ability to get my heart pounding.
I enjoyed the book as part of the trilogy
It left me wanting a different ending
No I liked it all. It ws very enjoyable and I liked the character analysis