Have you ever been in a situation where you were forbidden to love?
What if your government chose who you loved?
What would you do?
Lena has always been the goody-goody of her hometown of Portland. She obeys the laws that state that love is a disease and hates it when others don't. It's only when Alex shows up as a cured, Lena's whole life changes.
And...my mouth is shut. I'm done telling the whole story.
So let me warn you: All of the books is this trilogy will make you want to throw the books across the room. I can tell you this from experience. Nora and I sure did.
Before I read this, it was on my To-Read list. And when I finally got to borrow this book (thanks to Nora), I wanted to have a party right then and there. But unfortunately, I was at school and that would be one thing I would regret and be embarrassed about for the rest of my life. But to be honest, I did have a party when I got home. I think my sister thought that I was going crazy. I'm pretty sure that my family thought I was going crazy (which might be true). I ignored the fact that I had a ton of homework, sat on the floor in the middle of my room and cracked open the book. I was instantly hooked (and if you know me, you would know that I absolutely love dystopian books). I almost cried when I had to go to bed because it's such a good book. Moving on...Alex is so sweet (and I may or may not be mentally married to him like Four and Noah).
That pretty much sums it up. Oh yeah, just warning you: the ending is very depressing.
If some of you didn't know, Delirium is being turned into a TV show! Here's some of the casting news!
I really suggest you read this trilogy! The third book in the trilogy, Requiem comes out the week of March 8th!!
Oh yeah, and a shout out for Nora:
HAPPY 14TH BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(Her birthday was actually yesterday, but it doesn't hurt to say it again) :)