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Kyle

New Bedford, MA, United States | Member Since 2008

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  • Fever

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 33 mins)
    • By Lauren DeStefano
    • Narrated By Angela Lin
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Lauren DeStefano’s Wither was called a “thought-provoking debut, reminiscent of The Handmaid’s Tale” by Kirkus Reviews. Its chilling follow-up, Fever, continues 16-year-old Rhine’s tale - set in a dark future in which men and women die by age 25, and young girls are sold into marriage to keep the population growing. Rhine has finally escaped her marriage. But what hope can the outside world offer when death looms ever closer?

    FanB14 says: "Low Grade Fever"
    "Wasted credit"
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    I rather enjoyed the first installment of this trilogy. It wasn't the best listen ever, but I was curious as to what happened next. Well, I feel as if I'm still waiting to find out. I couldn't even finish Fever though God knows I tried. I really did. Even the boredom that comes with laying in a hospital bed for 2 weeks couldn't force me to continue with this book. The narrators voice became torture because it just seemed to drone on & on but go nowhere. I'm stunned that I quit the middle of a 3 book series but I had no choice. Listening to an audiobook should be a pleasure, not a task. I may eventually give book 3 a try just to see if the series was redeemed but it will be later, after the taste of book 2 is fully gone from my mouth. Sometimes a middle book or movie is little more than a bridge to connect the beginning and end. The best I can say about Fever is that perhaps such is the case here.

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