This is the third book in the series, so spoilers are possible...
Battling against a
society in which love has been declared a disease, Lena now finds
herself at the centre of a fierce revolution. But the Wilds are no
longer the haven they once were as the government seeks to stamp out the
rebels. And Lena's emotions are in turmoil following the dramatic
return of someone she thought was lost forever... taken from Goodreads
I was quite nervous on reading this book. I adored Delirium, but wasn't as blown away by Pandemonium so I really wanted to love Requiem but was prepared to not like it as much as I wanted. I actually ended up feeling a bit of both - weird I know!...
I loved that this story was being told from two very different perspectives - uncured Lena and cured Hana. The lives of both are completely different as are their views, so alternating chapters of these parallels were so absorbing and fascinating. I had trouble deciding which life would be the more favourable. It was easy to tell which life would be easier but which life would really be better that took some major thought. Given time it was actually an easy choice. Although I hope we are never put in that kind of situation.
The end - oh I feel somewhat confused. We did get an end, an end that was very enjoyable. But it was over extremely quickly, the conclusion didn't take long to happen. And when it did end, it wasn't exactly thorough. You don't find out what happens in the long run, which bothers me. I'm hoping that Lauren has some idea of extending on the story but maybe with different characters. I'm also torn as to whether the events that took place would really have had that great an effect in the future. Like I said I'm confused.
Although my reservations I did really enjoy this instalment of Lena's story and found it hard to put down. I just can't help but want more!! I am super eager to see what Lauren thinks up next.
Rating 4 Out Of 5
Published In The UK By Hodder And Stoughton
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