"I love you. Remember. And someday , I will find you again."
After reading Delirium
, we are well acquainted with Lena Haloway's character. We know what she's like. We know how she came to be. We've practically been a tag along all this while. We know that Lena lost her mother when she was six. We know the way Lena describes her mother. We also know how Annabel , Lena's mother tucked Lena in lovingly , danced around with her and made them delicious pancakes. We also know how Lena's mother was never cured. We had a brief brush with her in Pandemonium
and we know how she escaped and held onto freedom with that one thought clear in her mind , that she will not be suppressed.
This being a novella from Annabel's POV is an absolute treat.
It is so easy to simply like her character. While I had minor issues with Hana
, another delirium novella , this one seemed to be almost perfect. I could see the world from the eyes of a mother who just wanted her daughters to be loved. I could see the world from the eyes of a seventeen year old who ran away because all she wanted was freedom. And I loved it.
This series is one of my many favourite series and with this powerful addition in the delirium world , I can barely wait to find out what happens in the final book.
There's also an excerpt from Requiem
provided and let me just say, I am so not happy with what I read. I'm almost scared to pick it up now.
Damn need that book now. Like right now.This review along with many other things can be found here at YA Fanatic