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Their relationship is angsty and cheesy and completely boring. Also, while efiimera he was a nice guy, he occasionally just made decisions for his wives without even thinking about their sides of it. And while I’m glad I didn’t have to read a rape scene, the lack of Rhine having to face the ugly side of her marriage felt unbelievable to me.

The basic concept of this book is bulls Let me start by saying that I know numerous people who liked or loved this book, and that I see why someone would and I mean no disrespect to your opinions. But the rip-my-hair out parts far exceeded anything good I found in Wither. But the world is written so lazily and the situations so nonsensical that I just couldn’t get into it.

So instead of taking the opportunity to, literally, walk away, Rhine tried to made mad dashes in the most horrible, inconvenient ways. And the positive points I’ve mentioned weren’t enough to redeem the book as a whole.

If she had said the land was inhabitable, then okay. Disease is not that precise.


Languid young women wander around a mansion in lacy gowns waiting to be impregnated by their joint husb The concept of a society in which girls are forced into polygamous marriages may not be everyone’s idea of a good time, destefamo I like art that pushes boundaries or attempts to explore unusual subjects in a meaningful way. Cecily – She is a naive child. There is a little amount of significant events in the book. Are you defective in the brain?!

To see that issue, and other very serious issues handled so lightheartedly that the issues were practically glossed over, was disheartening.


Was I in love with this book? But as a reader I can understand how it could happen. That’s not his fault at all, but let’s be practical here.

I’d liken him to that of a mad scientist. When it comes down to it, remove the characters from the story and set them in ether and you have a love triangle coupled with kidnapping. In fact, I wish this book had been about Rose and Linden. Can you try to place yourself in the heroine’s shoes and wonder what you might do in such a daunting situation? You cannot learn everything you need to know, make mistakes, and find better solutions, which is what humanity’s ability to educate the next generation is based on in 5ish years lets pretend they start learning young.

Girls who can only whine about things can never cross the barrier into likable. They’re the minority but yes. Wither is not scary. I simultaneous wanted to slap and hug her. It hurts having to give such a rating, specially since I know that many people absolutely loved this book.


Will Rhine escape and find her twin brother? How fear and want for safety can convince people into giving away something sacred: And that has no sense!

Some authors like to come up with the strangest name they can find to set their main character apart. And yet, everyone likes her.

Wither (The Chemical Garden, #1) by Lauren DeStefano

He’s like a caveman. But as a reader I can understand how it could happen. Let’s take those ice caps which is a near quote from the feimera, by the way. This book is not bad, but the lack of world building and character development hurt the depth and urgency this novel intended to deliver.

But it was an epic fail since the only thing that worked was what they call First Generation, after that human race is in danger.

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