"Rhine's struggles and pain are real, and her story is both heartbreaking and hopeful. I couldn't read this book fast enough."
--Beth Revis, NY Times Bestselling Author of Across the Universe
DeStefano’s rich use of language helps set this dystopian tale apart.
Lauren DeStefano is the author of The Internment Chronicles and the New York Times bestselling Chemical Garden trilogy, which includes Wither, Fever, and Sever. She earned her BA in English with a concentration in creative writing from Albertus Magnus College in Connecticut. Visit her at LaurenDeStefano.com.See all Editorial Reviews
Book arrived in brand new condition and quickly.Very happy with the seller.The book itself was filled with twists and turns I enjoyed it immenselyPublished 15 days ago by Megan
This book was so good. Had me crying out for the characters and clutching my phone. I can't wait to get my hands on the next book.Published 1 month ago by D.G.
Excellent series full of complicated feelings and relationships in a dark but enchanting dystopian world. These books are so beautifully and poetically written and well done... Read morePublished 1 month ago by AudreyEdits
I really liked this book. It's intriguing and suspenseful. It's great storyline and makes you wonder how you would act in that life.Published 1 month ago by Dan Stansell
I love dystopian books and this one looked really good and had some pretty good reviews, but I honestly didn't like the series. Read morePublished 2 months ago by melissa
It is Slow and redundant at first but stick with it. Builds up momentum towards the middle, definitely worth it.Published 5 months ago by crystal
I must admit that I really enjoyed the second half much more than the first. For some reason, I’m seeing an extremely common trend (although logical, it still somewhat irritates... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Brittany (The Book Addict's Guide)
I had a really hard time mucking through this second book which was disappointing because the first was so interesting. The book becomes stagnate several times. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kanaka Review