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by Lauren DeStefano
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Lost Girls Reviews
Lost Girls Reviews rated it 1 year ago
Warning: There will be spoilers in this review for the first book in the series, Wither. Gabriel and Rhine have escaped and they are on the run, trying to make it back to Manhattan in search of her twin brother when they are captured by the ring-mistress of a carnival of prostitution. Once again R...
Turner's Antics
Turner's Antics rated it 4 years ago
I really love this series, unique with fabulous world building and strong characters. I didn't love this one as much as the first, though I cannot wait to read Sever. The horrors that Rhine and Gabriel have to face only make them stronger & the story behind Lilac is sweet. With Vaughn always one ste...
rated it 4 years ago
Okay so I read Wither for a challenge on goodreads in the beginning ofJune, lucky for me they had all 3 of the series. I read though the first book in about 12hrs so I really wanted to get though the series. Sadly life had other plans, so I had to take all my books back to the library before I left ...
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 5 years ago
Can I just say how much I hate this cover. The colours are awful and then there's the model in that very weird and unattractive pose. I can't think of a reason why anyone would choose a cover like that... The book wasn't so good either. We've now left the 'safety' of the house to travel the countr...
The Ninja Reader
The Ninja Reader rated it 5 years ago
How does everyone like this one? (Those of you who read it.) Three stars, four stars? I'm pleasantly surprised by this series so far. I didn't expect to love it, because of some of the reviews I read, but I really, really enjoy it. Full review to come.
Kayleigh {K-Books}
Kayleigh {K-Books} rated it 5 years ago
Rhine and Gabriel have escaped the mansion, but danger is never far behind.Running away brings Rhine and Gabriel right into a trap, in the form of a twisted carnival whose ringmistress keeps watch over a menagerie of girls. Just as Rhine uncovers what plans await her, her fortune turns again. With G...
ErikaWasTaken
ErikaWasTaken rated it 5 years ago
Pro: I like this bookCon: I hate this bookPro: This book is a continuation of book 1.Con: This book is a continuation of book 1?Pro: The last 30 pages or so of this book are 5 star worthy.Con: You have to trudge through 300 pages that make you question is you are reading about the same characters. B...
Britt's Books
Britt's Books rated it 5 years ago
4.5 StarsHoly. Amazeballs.I never say "amazeballs". But Fever just made me say it. This book started out slow, and I was so afraid it wouldn't be good. That it would drag even worse than Wither did. Then halfway through, I was running downhill without stopping.I was so torn on how to read this book ...
wrigglynn
wrigglynn rated it 6 years ago
3 starsThe cover for Fever used to be my least favorite among the 3 (now it's Sever) but now I like it best. The pinks and green and haziness is strangely intriguing and morbid. And after this book, I think it fits the story.Despite nothing happening throughout most of the book, I enjoyed this more ...
Chronicle
Chronicle rated it 6 years ago
So im finally reviewing the last two books in this trilogy. I finished it quite a while back but i've been to lazy to write reviews until now. I highly recommended you read Wither (the first book) before reading this post. So to start off with Fever. I gave it a 4/5 stars. It was pretty freaki...
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