DELIRIUM by Lauren Oliver
About DELIRIUM (taken from goodreads.com)
Ninety-five days, and then I’ll be safe. I wonder whether the procedure will hurt. I want to get it over with. It’s hard to be patient. It’s hard not to be afraid while I’m still uncured, though so far the deliria hasn’t touched me yet. Still, I worry. They say that in the old days, love drove people to madness. The deadliest of all deadly things: It kills you both when you have it and when you don’t.
Review of DELIRIUM
I was pretty happy after reading this book. I really liked the concept and the world that the author created. The whole idea that love is a disease is a really good idea for a dystopia book, something I’ve never seen before anyways. I was really excited to read about that kind of world.
I was a little disappointed with the main character. She just kind of say around waiting for everyone else to do things instead of doing it herself. I was willing to ignore all the things I didn’t like about her though because the plot was so good. The other characters weren’t too bad with was good because I couldn’t deal with another bad character. I’m pretty happy with how this book turned out.
4 out of 5
“You can’t be happy unless you’re unhappy sometimes”