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Yet, North America appears to be functioning just fine, albeit with destwfano technology than nowadays View all 6 comments. But, while she was trapped she was boring.

Efimera. Trilogia del Jardin Quimico

One thing I thought of right away – if men only live to 25 and women only to 20, who are all these medical labs staffed by? There was so much potential here for Wither to be an absolutely breath-taking read, but in the end, it took my breath in a different way. However, the most I could give would be 2. View all 20 comments. I don’t think I need to explain this. For most of the novel she is oblivious to the severity of their situation.

But the world is written so lazily and the situations so nonsensical that I just couldn’t get into it.


Someone who is perfectly healthy for nineteen years doesn’t suddenly start dying when they turn twenty. Why men live longer than women? Since weapons of mass destruction have not moved beyond the nuclear warhead in the 65 years it’s been in existence, and this story is only set about 70 years in the desefano, it’s relatively logical to assume that they haven’t moved much beyond that. And my question to you would be: Linden’s an idiot pedophile whose ignorance is made to actually be appealing.


Other books in this series. With that being said. I lived in South Carolina for about four years and do you know how much it snowed?

I’ve read the book in a day without wanting to put it down, but I won’t hide how stupid it was This is not okay! Return to Book Page.


Perhaps polygamy, especially the unwilling kind, is a bit like Stockholm Restefano My favorite character was either Rose or Jenna. It pulled me in quickly and I found myself irritated whenever I had to put the book down. The value of freedom glimpsed from a gilded cage?

First of all I’d like to say that this book could have been four stars on writing style alone. Oh, yeah, America is the only one that survived and the other didn’t. It’s mentioned too hard and fast in this book not to carry weight further on down the line. Check out more reviews at my blog: My biggest issue with this book, dstefano far, is the lack of world building.

As you can imagine, these efforts do not stop the virus and the deaths.

One is made pretty obvious over the other here and the other two chicks are there basically for shock value. If it had been a wasting disease lakren meant pretty much no one lived past their 25th birthday because they were wither ing away for their entire lives, I might have bought it. He’s a good guy that I’m supposed to sympathize with, yet he sleeps with a kid? Would it not get completely annihilated?

How could he look at those terrified girls standing before him and still think they wanted to be there? Since we have Rhine going from Manhattan to Florida, from that tiny statement alone my suspension of disbelief has a black eye, a bloody nose and is missing a tooth. Oauren father-in-law, an eccentric doctor, to find the antidote is hoarding corpses in the basement. It’s so freaking precise it’s ridiculous. Cecily was a little brat for the entire book, and frankly she disgusted me – maybe that’s just me being a efjmera, but there you go.


With that being said, Wither sucked. I felt a bit sad when she would lie to him because he truly did care for her. The worldbuilding here is incredibly undeveloped. An old man is searching for a vaccine in a Frankenstein-like basement by autopsying his daughters-in-low and their children’s bodies. I would have given it only 1 star, but it did provide some entertainment for me for one day, so I gave it 2.

I would definitely like to read a different series by the author that will, hopefully next time, be better thought out in underlying conceptual ideas. The characters really suffer from this, apart from Cecily everyone else is as interesting as the plot pacing itself which is not a whole lot.

I hate that it is undefined and isn’t bounded by a limit. The big finale is very, well, lackluster. No, I suppose not. Aw destevano, who told you you could throw science out the window? He reminded me of the greasy guy but worse from Pride and Prejudice that ends up marrying the friend.