Requiem (Delirium, #3) by Lauren Oliver
Thank you, Lauren Oliver. Very intense, fast-paced, perfectly-stitched story.
This is the third and the final book of the Delirium Trilogy. After saving Julian, they (Raven, Julian, Lena, Alex and others) went back to the Wilds. Even though they know the Wilds more than the crazies/regulators do, now, it’s no longer safe. They are attacked and taken one-by-one. Cureds feel no hatred, no guilt, nothing.
I enjoyed it.
The open ending!!!! That would be better if she really finished everything - everything clear, everything answered.
What happened to Lena? Will she choose Julian? or Alex? Is Raven really dead? No! I hope there’s book 4 and she’ll come back. Harmed but alive. I hope Lena’s relationship with her mother will be strengthened and they’ll be closer. Where’s Hana? Is she in a safe place? Did Fred die in the bombing? Will the law and order be changed? What will happen to the deliria-free america? What will happen to the cureds? Will they not feel nor find love?
Yes, I get it- they’ll be free now. In the wilds. But after that? What? They all fought for that? Just freedom? Noooooo, they’re supposed to fight for the freedom to love. They have to do something to change the system.
Being really emotionally-affected by this book is a sign that this book is very good. I want to hug Lauren Oliver now, and then cry, and then explode and ask all my questions. (Full review)