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“Oliver makes a white-knuckle return to realism that will have readers up until the wee hours.” (Kirkus Reviews (starred review))

“Oliver’s novel is a wholly believable and compulsively readable tale of friendship, loyalty, survival, and courage.” (Booklist)

Praise for Before I Fall:“Oliver’s debut novel is raw, emotional, and, at times, beautiful....readers will love Samantha best as she hurtles toward an end as brave as it is heartbreaking.” (Publishers Weekly (starred review))

Praise for Before I Fall:“Samantha’s attempts to save her life and right the wrongs she has caused are precisely what will draw readers into this complex story and keep them turning pages until Sam succeeds in living her last day the right way.” (Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA) (Starred Review))

Praise for Before I Fall:“Oliver, in a pitch-perfect teen voice, explores the power we have to affect the people around us in this intensely believable first novel...This is a compelling book with a powerful message and should not be missed.” (ALA Booklist)

Praise for Before I Fall:“This story races forward, twisting in a new direction every few pages, its characters spinning my emotions from affection to frustration, anger to compassion. You’ll have no choice but to tear through this book!” (Jay Asher, author of the New York Times bestseller Thirteen Reasons Why)

Praise for Before I Fall:“Before I Fall is smart, complex, and heartbreakingly beautiful. Lauren Oliver has written an extraordinary debut novel about what it means to live—and die.” (Carolyn Mackler, author of the Printz Honor Book The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big, Round Things)

Praise for Delirium:“In [Oliver’s] dystopian America, love has been outlawed as the life-threatening source of all discord. Lena’s gradual awakening is set against a convincing backdrop of totalitarian horror. The abrupt ending leaves enough unanswered questions to set breathless readers up for volume two of this trilogy.” (Kirkus Reviews (starred review))

Praise for Delirium:“Strong characters, a vivid portrait of the lives of teens in a repressive society, and nagging questions that can be applied to our world today make this book especially compelling and discussable.” (School Library Journal (starred review))

Praise for Delirium:“In a thick climate of fear, Oliver spins out a suspenseful story of awakening and resistance with true love at its core.” (The Horn Book)

Praise for Delirium:“Oliver’s deeply emotional and incredibly well-honed prose commands the readers’ attention and captures their hearts. With a pulse-pounding tempo and unforeseen twists and turns, Lauren Oliver has opened the door on a fantastic new series; the second book can’t come soon enough.” (New York Journal of Books)

Praise for PANDEMONIUM:“From the grief-stricken shell of her former self to a nascent refugee and finally to a full-fledged resistance fighter, Lena’s strength and the complexity of her internal struggles will keep readers up at night.” (Kirkus Reviews (starred review))

Praise for PANDEMONIUM:“This is a romance in the purest of senses, where just the longing for the faintest taste of love is worth the greatest of risks. Like all successful second volumes, this expands the world and ups the stakes, setting us up for the big finale.” (ALA Booklist)

Praise for PANDEMONIUM:“ crave the heart-stopping action of the arena from The Hunger Games combined with a destined-to-be-doomed love story then this sequel is perfect for you!” (

Praise for PANDEMONIUM:“Following directly on the heels of Delirium, Pandemonium is equally riveting. The underlying theme that love will win out regardless of prohibition is a powerful idea that will speak to teens.” (School Library Journal)

Praise for Requiem:“Before starting, readers should turn off their cellphones and wipe their schedules clean, because once they open the book, they won’t be able to stop. A dystopian tour de force.” (Kirkus Reviews (starred review))

Praise for Requiem:“Is there a theme more perfect for YA readers than choosing what you want from life rather than being told?” (ALA Booklist)

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An utterly gripping thriller from bestselling author Lauren Oliver.

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
  • Dimensioni file: 1936 KB
  • Lunghezza stampa: 421
  • Editore: HarperCollins; Reprint edizione (4 marzo 2014)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B00DB3D5NC
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  • Media recensioni: 5.0 su 5 stelle 1 recensione cliente
  • Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: #140.045 a pagamento nel Kindle Store (Visualizza i Top 100 a pagamento nella categoria Kindle Store)
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I was so into the story, that I finisched the book in three days ;)
I you like YA novels, this is a very nice book
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1.0 su 5 stelle Appalled and offended... and not even by the main storyline. 26 gennaio 2016
Di Aleesha Posey - Pubblicato su
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The biggest problem I have with this book isn't the bland, flavorless plotline, or the flat and boring characters.

No, my biggest issue with this book revolves around something that happens to one of the secondary characters, which is not only totally and completely unnecessary for the plotline, but is grossly mishandled (or rather, NOT handled at ALL) once presented.


The main character's best female friend Natalie is an aspiring model. Despite being underage (her birthday is only a few weeks away) she attempts to audition at the local mall for a model casting. When she learns that they're checking IDs she's initially disappointed, until some shady man gives her a card and tells her she's beautiful and that he believes she'll be a great model.

Now we all know where this is going right? We all know that man has ZERO intentions of making Natalie a legit model.

And honestly, if this were as far as it went, it'd be disturbing... but I'd have been able to live with it.

Except it doesn't end there. No, in fact that's only the ominous tip of the effed up iceberg.

Later in the book, just before the final challenge, Natalie throws herself a party, and it's pretty clear that she's not her usual self. She and her new love interest (the male protagonist of the novel) have this conversation, in which he discovers she followed up on creepy guy's modeling offer. And--as we all suspected--it was phony. The reader is led to believe that Natalie slept with this guy under the impression that, if she did, she'd be hired as a model. And it very obviously messes with her on an emotional level.

But that's it. This horrifying, disturbing event takes place, and the author doesn't deal with the consequences of the action.

She's essentially had one of her characters raped, and doesn't bother to address the fall out. Natalie spends her birthday crying and upset, but in the next day or so, she's completely fine again, as if she didn't just have sex with some creepy stranger for a job that never existed in the first place. As if that wasn't some kind of life altering event.

This book is YOUNG ADULT. Why, oh why would a FEMALE author do something like that to one of her characters, and then just not address it?
What purpose did it serve to the plot, other than to momentarily break the relationship up with the male protagonist? Couldn't that break have been accomplished another--less horrifyingly destructive way?

Young kids are reading this--and knowing something so truly horrific is just glossed over and downplayed, even tough it's a very serious matter that could potentially happen to people's offensive.

Honestly that one incident destroyed whatever little love I had for the book in the first place. I finished reading it HOPING that the issue would come up, that Natalie would tell her best girl friend what had happened, that she would react appropriately and would be shown the support someone in that situation would likely need--but no. Nothing. The only redemption we have for this fallen character is in the last chapter, where the main female protagonist offhandedly mentions that Natalie has started taking acting classes at the local community college. That's it. Nothing about how Natalie is coping emotionally with the situation, nothing about the creepy man being brought to justice for sleeping with underage women... nothing.

Honestly the whole situation was totally arbitrary and unnecessary. I really don't know what Oliver was thinking when she tossed that bit in.
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3.0 su 5 stelle Good To A Point 17 luglio 2014
Di C. Irish - Pubblicato su
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This is an interesting take on life in a small, boring town and what people (or kids) might do to get away to live a more fulfilling life. For a pot of money, a group of graduated seniors risk their lives in a game of fear or fearlessness, for the one shot to get out and have a new life. What happens to the past recipients of the prize doesn't make success a guarantee, but for the chance, the teens are willing to take the shot.

I like the premise of this book and found the main story good, but I couldn't get behind the characters and found it all to be far fetched. I've read some YA lately that features brave or courageous youths that are smart and have some semblance of decency, the teens are back in this one with bad language and questionable actions. When my daughter started this book, she shared that the language is pretty bad for enjoyable reading. Sometimes these books overcook that aspect.

All in all, for a fairly exciting plot and a summer read at the beach, this is a decent story.
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3.0 su 5 stelle More like 3.5 out of 5 stars... 2 luglio 2014
Di Sheri @ Tangled Up In Books - Pubblicato su
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Originally posted on my blog: Tangled Up in Books

This was the second Lauren Oliver book I've read. About a year or so ago I stumbled across Before I Fall and absolutely loved it. So when a friend texted me a few weeks back to ask if I'd ever read a the Delirium series I told her I owned it but had yet to get to it. She mentioned she was curious because she had just read a book, Panic, by the author and loved it so she was looking for more and that I should really check it out. After checking out the summary I just knew I had to read this book.

Overall, I have some very mixed feelings. Mostly though, I will say it was a very enjoyable read and was perfectly paced. I was thoroughly hooked and don't think I put it down once until I was finished. That being said, I felt there were a few holes and things that I took issue with. There were also quite a few, what I can only describe as, juvenile statements and references that, to me, just sort of brought the book level down a bit. For example:

It seemed somehow surprising that Nat Velez, with her thick, perfect hair and slick lip-gloss lips, would speak so frankly about a subject most people avoided. It was like hearing a supermodel fart: surprising and kind of thrilling.


Now it looked like a person whose soul had been sucked out through his [censored for Amazon ha! Let's just say everyone in the world has one?...A--hole]...

They paint a picture don't they?

The setting of Carp was a town I could easily identify with. Maybe not so much presently as it's grown quite a bit, but when I was around the same age as these characters it used to have that same type of small town, everybody knows everybody else and they all know each other's business sort of thing going on. If something happens at 9am, it's safe to say by 11 everybody else knew about it. Heck we even have a place similar to the opening scene, the cliff and lake. So it was really very easy and lots of fun to lose myself in the world that Lauren Oliver has created for us in Panic. It was a very real possibility.

Heather was a great MC. She had flaws and struggles and you can't help but root for her. I think one of my favorite aspects of Panic is Heather's relationship with her sister Lily. It wasn't perfect which made it more realistic, but it felt like no matter what Heather had going on personally/emotionally she never quit trying to do better and be better for Lily and protect her. It was very heart warming.

Sadly, my feelings towards the other MC, Dodge, didn't exactly go the same way. He didn't start off bad for me and I actually, initially thought I was going to like him. He was one of those shy, sort of awkward types in the beginning that I'm sometimes fond of. But some of the signs I started seeing early on quickly turned those feelings around. I felt as though some of the reactions he had to certain situations were taken to an extreme and slightly unreasonable level. Extreme over reactions. He was a very angry person, like he maybe felt the world owed him something. Yeah, okay sure. In a lot of ways he did have some valid reasons for his anger. Really one major one. But I think his dark plans and ideas for revenge went a bit too far.

Still, even with the small issues here and there and being on the fence with a couple of characters, I thought the book and the concept were great! In a way, it sort of made me wish we had some form of Panic back when I was in high school. Well maybe a more fun, less harmful version that is. Because when it says in the book that 'the stakes are high' that's a bit of an understatement. I couldn't believe some of the challenges!! I sat here thinking "Are they really going to make them do that?!" But then I think of the other thing in the summary about 'the payoff being even higher' and I think to myself that I'd almost do just about any of the challenges for that kind of payoff...*whistles*.

It was a very exciting plot and I feel like it ended just perfectly. Matter of fact had there been any other outcome, this would probably be an entirely different review! I would absolutely suggest giving it a shot.
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5.0 su 5 stelle PANIC~Loved this book! 9 marzo 2014
Di Buffee - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
I have people say this is obviously THE HUNGER GAMES. Really? Huh? This book?
Not even close.
Its set in the present, the participants get to go home every night and eat, sleep, hang at the mall etc and the actual game events are like three days apart through the summer months. The high school graduating class plays a horrifying game called PANIC to win a "pool" of money. Ok the challenges are extremely dangerous and deadly no doubt.
Back in the day(years ago) we called this GRAD game ensued but we had wild & dangerous antics . For me my Grad Night was a broken foot, drunk, jail & handcuffs(and not in that order-LOL)
Really consuming story with great characters. A hard book to put down. I loved it
3.0 su 5 stelle The book that made me realise how wimpy I am 18 dicembre 2015
Di Harebear1987 - Pubblicato su
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Nobody believed that Panic would stop, of course. The game must go on. The game always went on.

Alrighty, where to start with this one. To be honest i'm not 100% sure how I felt about this book as my feelings changed continuously while I was reading it. There may be possible spoilers ahead so please be careful. I have tried to be vague but you've been warned just in case. I felt like Panic had a very good story line and it was written really well. I love stories that involve dangerous games and dares so I was really looking forward to reading this. For the most part the game was done really well. The challenges were scary and deadly enough and definitely had me questioning what I would've and wouldn't have done for that much money and it was a hell of a lot of money. I may be a big old wimp but the stuff they were doing was just crazy. I really don't think that I could've gone through with many of those challenges if any at all. My issue with the challenges was that it got to the point where the challenges were no longer affecting the competitors but innocent people who had no connection to the game at all. Those people did not deserve the stresses and heartache that was placed on them.

I found it very hard to believe that the judge who i'm going to call obvious judge because you saw it from the very start really would've spoken up right before the final challenge. If you were promised a large amount of money you don't just all of a sudden fess up. If you're going to lie to everyone and participate in that way you may as well see it through to the end so that you at least still get the money. The character's themselves were all okay but nothing too spectacular. I know Nat had something bad happen to her throughout the story but she still annoyed the crap out of me and I really didn't care for her as a character. Heather's reason for participating in Panic was stupid but the reason she kept going with Panic was understandable and you really wanted to see her get the money. The things that she was doing for herself and Lily were incredible but it does make you wonder how other's weren't picking up on their living situation. I understood where Dodge was coming from and really felt for him but at the same time he could be a bit of an ass.

I get that a lot of people would've liked the ending but I personally didn't care for it. I thought Lauren Oliver was going to take it in a direction that would've served them all right but she pulled it back at the very last minute. Dagnamit, I feel like if it had've ended the other way I would've pushed this rating to 4 stars cos it would've blown my mind. I doubt other's would've felt the same way though. Panic was definitely better suited to me than what Delirium was and I do have another Lauren Oliver book on my TBR list so I will probably get around to that one soon.
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