FeverBook - 2012
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AL_TIEGAN Feb 22, 2018
Rhine has managed to escape the mansion with Gabriel at her side. Their journey to Manhattan is quite a struggle and ends in disappointment. The house is destroyed, Rowan took all the valuables he could carry that him and Rhine had been saving. Rhine becomes ill and appears to be dying. Housemast... Read More »
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I was extremely conflicted regarding the Chemical Garden's second installment, FEVER. While I loved WITHER and was enthralled by Rhine's journey and what that might entail after she left the mansion in the end of the first book, I found the events immediately following that in FEVER to be less purposeful than I was hoping for. My issues with this installment can be summed up in three main points:
1. Rhine spends at least a third of the book half-asleep or drugged. 2. Character development was rather weak. 3. Lastly, but most importantly, when I finished the novel, I felt as though I probably could have skipped the first three quarters of it and it wouldn't have made much difference to my understanding of the story. Although I admit that the second installment of the Chemical Garden series left me somewhat disgruntled and disappointed, I did still enjoy reading FEVER and fully intend to read the third book and discover how DeStefano intends to resolve Rhine's journey.
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