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D desde Anand, Guyarat, India desde Anand, Guyarat, India

Lector D desde Anand, Guyarat, India

D desde Anand, Guyarat, India

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Amo esta serie. Jack Reacher es un héroe genial: un hombre de honor duro y fuerte. No duda en hacer lo "incorrecto" si sirve al extremo "correcto". Mucho suspenso y acción.

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Another Dystopian book Shhh. (pluhh)be quiet you'll wake the monster deep inside (pluhh) Delirium takes the adventure of the seventeen year old Lena Haloway in a new sicked brave new world, where they say that Love is a disease that needs to be cured. That love destroys the human nature and so a cure and a society was formed. The government demands that all who will turn eighteen must be cured. Being cured is a peaceful thing, you do not need no worry anything about, once the deliria is cured from you no pain and only happiness will you get. A perfect life if you must say. With 95 days left she falls in love. And being in love is the most happiest thing in the world that she ever experienced, soon she was all lying and showing the symptoms of the deliria. Will she go to the process of curing? Or will she defend what she thinks is not gettable from her? :----------------------: I'm absolutely thrilled by this book. This is the kind of book that will makes me squirm then pat the table so strong I think it will be destroyed. There's so many feelings and touching moments here. And really I thought the subject deliria is silly, that love is ought to be cured, I mean it's a part of our human values or whatever we can call it. But I was wrong, it's just so twisted wrong when the deliria is taken from you, like all emotions are drained within you and all left is the dullness in your soul. I ought to find it funny that there is a bible in this book, I don't know if its one but I left it that way, The Book of Shhh. Haha! When I first saw it I said WTH is this some of Silence Movie. Shhh daw kasi eh. The story is original, the way of writing is hard for me to follow on cause like I'm reading a paragraph and then when I move on to the next I remember I need to reread it again for me to understand. Maybe it's just the manipulation of words and sentences that made it brain-wracking. The sweet moments are all so good. Just the ending of it makes me cry, so much sacrifice, and so much struggle! I hate the ending! Makes me wanna say OMG I'm so messed up. It's just how will they meet again! But the real question is Will he be alive after it? And it reminds me of The Hunger Games because of the fence with electricity humming. Blah Blah Blah. Oh I imagine Penn Badgley as Alex and Lyndsy Fonseca to be Lena! Resemblance I think? Well its my option and my imagination to fill up the zero faces of the character right?.....