The third and final novel in Lauren DeStefano’s breathtaking dystopian romance series, The Chemical Garden TrilogyTime is running out for Rhine.With less than three years left until the virus claims her life, Rhine is desperate for answers. Having escaped torment at Vaughn’s mansion, she finds... show more
The third and final novel in Lauren DeStefano’s breathtaking dystopian romance series, The Chemical Garden TrilogyTime is running out for Rhine.With less than three years left until the virus claims her life, Rhine is desperate for answers. Having escaped torment at Vaughn’s mansion, she finds respite in the dilapidated home of her husband’s uncle, an eccentric inventor who hates Vaughn almost as much as Rhine does.Rhine’s determination to be reunited with her twin brother, Rowan, increases as each day brings terrifying revelations to light about his involvement in an underground resistance. She realizes must find him before he destroys the one thing they have left: hope.In this breathtaking conclusion to Lauren DeStefano’s The Chemical Garden trilogy, everything Rhine knows to be true will be irrevocably shattered. But what she discovers along the way has alarming implications for her future – and about the past her parents never had the chance to explain.
Publish date: February 14th 2013
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: The Chemical Garden (#3)
Title: Sever (The Chemical Garden #3) Author: Lauren DeStefano Format: Hardback, 371 pages Number of days it took me to read: 8 Days Goodreads Bio: With the clock ticking until the virus takes its toll, Rhine is desperate for answers. After enduring Vaughn’s worst, Rhine finds an unlikely ally in ...
Sever is the third and final part of the Chemical Garden trilogy, you can also read my reviews of the first books: Wither and Fever. I'm not a fan of the cover, once again in this series. The model and the attributes look like they are photo-shopped onto the ugly green background. And the colour s...
i really do like lauren destefano's writing. i just don't think the massive task that is dystopian worldbuilding is something she was meant to do.that being said, what i'd REALLY like to see from her is a non-dystopian STANDALONE. something in which she can focus on the characters and not on the hig...
Pro: We final find RowanCon: This guy is ridiculously dumb Pro: The Carnival is back Con: I still don't see the point of book 2 beyond introducing the CarnivalPro: And they lived happily ever after Con: The least passionate love triangle ever writtenPro: Mad scientist is really an evil genius?Con: V...