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Fever | Lauren DeStefano
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In a future where genetic engineering has cured humanity of all diseases and defects but has also produced a virus that kills all females by age 20 and all males by age 25, teenaged Rhine escapes her forced marriage and journeys back to New York to find her twin brother, in the sequel to the Wither.
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Fever | Lauren DeStefano
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The second book in “The Chemical Garden Trilogy” is kind-of a drag. There was one interesting part but more than anything, a good portion of the book could have been whittled down. I was irritated with the main character in this book.

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Fever | Lauren DeStefano
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#sizzlinsummerbooks day 9 #GetawaysGonewrong
Rhine has tried to escape the house quite a few times and each one comes out really bad. When she finally does fully escape, she just ends up in the hands of some other crazy first generation. So I choose book two of the chemical Garden trilogy for day nine

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The carnival from this book will stay with me forever. Whenever i think of a circus or caraval or whatever, this experience will be at the forefront of my mind. and since it had such an impact on me, i will forever love this book.

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