Wednesday, February 8, 2012

WoW: Fever by Lauren DeStefano

Waiting on Wednesday is a meme hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine. She has a linky widget at her site each week for your post and to make it easy to find posts by other people.

The purpose of the meme is to spotlight books that we are eagerly anticipating. It is fun to take a look at what others are waiting for.

I have noticed that it has expanded my wishlist though. Be warned!

Coming out on Feb. 21 is Fever by Lauren DeStefano. This is the sequel to Wither which was a thought-provoking story. Its cliffhanger, or at least, unresolved, ending made me eager for the sequel.

Here is the product description:
The second book in The Chemical Garden Trilogy reveals a world as captivating—and as dangerous—as the one Rhine left behind in Wither. 

Rhine and Gabriel may have escaped the beautiful prison of Wither’s mansion, but they are far from escaping danger. First they’re chased for stealing a getaway boat, and then the fleeing pair ends up in the eerie den of Madame, an old woman who collects girls and sells them to the highest bidders. Worst of all, Vaughn, Rhine’s sinister father-in-law, seems to be on her trail every step of the way. Rhine remains determined to get to her brother in Manhattan—but the road they are on is long and perilous.

Now that Rhine has finally regained her freedom, what lengths will she need to go to in order to keep it?

Check out this video from Simon and Schuster videos that tells us more about Fever and shows us Lauren DeStefano.

4 comments:

  1. I haven´t read Wither yet, I need to read it soon!
    great pick!
    My IMM

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  2. Nice pick! Didn't totally love Wither, but know that a lot of other people did! Hope you love Fever once you get it!

    Here's my WoW

    Have a GREAT day!

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  3. I just got Wither from the library and I am so excited to dive into this series! Thanks for sharing!

    Here is my WoW post this week with a GIVEAWAY!!!

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  4. I didn't think I really liked Wither when I read it, but I must admit that I'm more curious about what happens in Fever than I thought I would be...so maybe I liked it more than I thought?

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