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“Before starting, readers should turn off their cellphones and wipe their schedules clean, because once they open the book, they won’t be able to stop. A dystopian tour de force.” (Kirkus Reviews (starred review))

Praise for PANDEMONIUM:“From the grief-stricken shell of her former self to a nascent refugee and finally to a full-fledged resistance fighter, Lena’s strength and the complexity of her internal struggles will keep readers up at night.” (Kirkus Reviews (starred review))

Praise for PANDEMONIUM:“This is a romance in the purest of senses, where just the longing for the faintest taste of love is worth the greatest of risks. Like all successful second volumes, this expands the world and ups the stakes, setting us up for the big finale.” (Booklist)

Praise for PANDEMONIUM:“If...you crave the heart-stopping action of the arena from The Hunger Games combined with a destined-to-be-doomed love story then this sequel is perfect for you!” (Seventeen.com)

Praise for PANDEMONIUM:“Following directly on the heels of Delirium, Pandemonium is equally riveting. The underlying theme that love will win out regardless of prohibition is a powerful idea that will speak to teens.” (School Library Journal)

Praise for Delirium:“Strong characters, a vivid portrait of the lives of teens in a repressive society, and nagging questions that can be applied to our world today make this book especially compelling and discussable.” (School Library Journal (starred review))

Praise for Before I Fall:“Oliver’s debut novel is raw, emotional, and, at times, beautiful....readers will love Samantha best as she hurtles toward an end as brave as it is heartbreaking.” (Publishers Weekly (starred review))

Praise for Before I Fall:“Samantha’s attempts to save her life and right the wrongs she has caused are precisely what will draw readers into this complex story and keep them turning pages until Sam succeeds in living her last day the right way.” (Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA) (Starred Review))

Présentation de l'éditeur

The highly anticipated culmination of Lauren Oliver's powerful DELIRIUM trilogy! As her country erupts in open rebellion, Lena fights for the resistance and must make a heartbreaking choice between two loves.


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  • Broché: 512 pages
  • Editeur : HarperCollins; Édition : International (29 octobre 2013)
  • Collection : Delirium Trilogy
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0062325779
  • ISBN-13: 978-0062325778
  • Dimensions du produit: 10,6 x 2,6 x 17,1 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 2.7 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (3 commentaires client)
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Doddy le 12 août 2013
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Le premier tome était étonnant, tendre et émouvant. Le concept, opérer les ados à 18 ans pour les empêcher de tomber amoureux, si cruel et si saugrenu que l'histoire ne pouvait que bien démarrer, au risque de tomber un peu dans le cliché fleur bleue quand l'héroïne tombe, forcément, amoureuse, avant la date fatidique de son opération.
Avec ce premier tome, nous avions vibré.
Avec le 2e aussi, car nous assistions alors à la façon dont elle se remet de la fin du premier tome, et sa manière de se jeter à corps perdu dans le combat de la résistance. Justin était un nouveau personnage assez riche et assez complexe pour donner un second souffle à cette histoire, qui se terminait sur un cliffhanger tel que le 3e tome ne pouvait que faire trépigner d'impatience les lecteurs.

Et quelle déception...! Justin et Alex ne sont plus que les ombres d'eux-même, Lena semble ne pas savoir où elle va, ce qu'elle doit faire, et elle perd toute combativité. Même Hana, dont j'adorais la personnalité, ne nous fait ressentir comme il se doit le poids de l'opération qu'elle a subie (et pourtant l'idée des récits parallèles pour montrer le ressenti des "guéris" était plus qu'intéressante).

Et que dire de l'absence totale d'émotion dans les scènes Alex / Lena ? Ces personnages qui se sont tant aimés, qui ont tout risqué l'un pour l'autre, se témoignent une froide indifférence qu'on ne peut même pas interpréter comme une carapace pour se protéger l'un de l'autre.
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Par Cathy CARRIER le 20 juillet 2014
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Peut-être moins dense ou haletant que Divergent et surtout Hunger Games, mais vallant le détour.
Il faut lire la trilogie et le tome complémentaire.
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Par LILIKOI le 20 décembre 2013
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J'ai apprécié le livre dans son ensemble mais j'ai été vraiment déçue par la fin donc je ne le recommande pas
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Engaging, but disappointing ending 6 mars 2013
Par Priyanka - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I read Delirium and Pandemonium in a span of about two days and I fell in love. I loved the characters, premise, love triangle...it was all great. I thought it was well written too, if a bit predictable (especially the end of Pandemonium). Requiem starts out great too. The conflict between Alex and Lena is understandable considering what had happened, and there are some really good plot twists (Hana!) and overall it's very engaging. Lena's evolution as a character is one of the best aspects of the book, and for the first half, I loved where the story was going. However, Oliver is really missing one thing -she completely ignores Julian's characterization. After spending a whole book on him, she lets his character go to almost complete waste. He barely has one real conversation with Lena, he always is just simply there, with a sentence or two dedicated to his presence. The only area where he shows any growth was his stance within the group and how that evolves. Other than that, his character falls extremely flat and it's hard to remember why we loved him in Pandemonium. I understand she didn't want to focus too heavily on the love triangle, but essentially ignoring one of the book's main characters was not really the best way to go. I felt the ending is unsatisfying too, mainly because we don't understand the motivations behind Lena's pick. I'm actually very equally divided between Julian and Alex, so it wasn't that her choice dissatisfied me...it was just that we never got a real WHY (or it wasn't addressed enough) and I felt like there was very little closure. Even regarding the revolution - what comes next? It's one thing to be up for interpretation but this was just completely open ended. I feel like the series, being as good as it was, deserves better, as do the characters!
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Big Letdown 6 mars 2013
Par heather tracy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As many other reviewers have complained, I too was left so unsatisfied by the ending of this book. I thought it started out great, and the switching between Lena and Hanas perspective was interesting. But then, it just felt like she had to hurry and finish writing at the end. I felt she did not resolve the love triangle, what happened with Hana, or what the results were of the resistance storming Portland. I felt like the story ended a chapter or two prematurely, and that's disappointing because the first two books were so great.
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So much for a "fight for love"... 10 mars 2013
Par Patricia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This is actually my first time writing a review because I have never been so disappointed with a book as I have been with the way this series ended.

There are way too many things to say about this. Where to start?

SPOILERS:

Let's start with the fact that the only time you actually experience Alex and Lena happily together is in the first book. You write a trilogy where the entire plot line revolves around the fight for love, the right to experience love, and all you see is Lena and Alex so infatuated with each other in Book 1... and then after that, just flimsy, undeveloped relationships between other characters. I want to see what these people are FIGHTING for! Do they even know? There's flimsy allusion to other characters being in relationships, but you sense none of the passion that you'd expect from the people battling and risking their lives to feel what they feel.

Rewinding to Book 2, it wasn't bad. But I mean let's be real, we all knew Alex wasn't really dead. So I'm waiting and waiting this entire book for Alex to show up, and it's not until the very end he pops up. So the natural assumption is "Yay, he's been gone this whole book but now we have a whole book with him and things get to be resolved!" Right? Wrong. Because Alex shows up to be a mute character throughout the entirely of Requiem aside from the total of three exchanges (mostly brief) he has with Lena before the very end when he tells her very briefly that he still loves her (which okay, obviously we knew) and they kiss quickly. That's all. Two whole books of a lead up to..."it's complicated" from Lena and a "I'm not going to leave you again" from Alex. Okay Alex, that's good you're not gonna leave Lena again but I mean, that doesn't change the fact that "it's complicated"! So what happens with Julian? No one knows. What happens with Tack now that Raven's gone? No one knows. Hanna? Lena's family? The country? Fred? Nope. We just get walls getting torn down in Portland. That'd be cool if Portland were the entire United States...and that wall being torn magically killed off every regulator and uncured traitor in the world...

I SO agree with the other readers here that the characters were very poorly developed in this book (especially Julian). And Alex might as well not have even been there for the lack of role he played in dialogue or anything really. He basically served just as a diterrance between Lena and Julian's relationship, which was a point so obviously made when he left and Lena claimed to finally be able to be freer with Julian when he was gone. So much for the love you claimed to feel. And let's not forget how the girl literally believed the love of her life to be dead, this supposedly strong girl, and just LET him go off with some other girl because he "said" he never loved her...even though he also said that RIGHT after claiming the thought of Lena was the only thought that kept him going while being tortured! I felt like she used him saying that as an excuse to not have to deal with her conflicting emotions, but my opinion is that if she really loved him as much as she claimed to, or really loved Julian as much as she claimed to- it doesn't really matter to me, I just wanted her to make a decision honestly- she wouldn't have just let things drop. She would have been adamant about explaining her actions despite his very obviously untrue claims about never caring about her.

Overall, absolutely nothing was resolved. I spent way too much of my time reading this book hoping for a conclusion to these and many more issues...and I got none. But hey, we at least got the lecture on "tearing down the walls" by the author at the end, right? Maybe that should be changes to "tearing down the pages of this book because I'm so angry"?
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What a disappointing mess and massive waste of time 13 mars 2013
Par LindseyShu - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Here's the problem, you can't finish a series about the freedom to love with a book that has no love in it. What this book should have been about was Alex and Lena finding each other and learning to love the new people they have become after their experiences in Pandemonium while Julian (who, as far as I'm concerned was never a serious romantic rival for Alex) becomes the figure head of the resistance movement. Instead, what I got was Lena pointlessly walking around in the Wilds interspersed with a post-procedure Hana (Hana?!?) ambivalently wondering around Portland kind of feeling guilty about turning in Alex and Lena and kind of not. Another problem, I couldn't care less what is going on with Hana. Instead of wasting time checking in with Hana in Portland we should have been getting Alex's POV on what was happening with Lena and how he was feeling about the whole situation. For some reason, instead of running into each other's arms and never letting each other go again, which is what ANYONE IN THE WORLD would do when a love that you thought was dead is miraculously alive again, Alex is mad at Lena for I'm not sure what and Lena believes him when he says he never loved her so she just continues things with Julian like nothing even happened. And that's pretty much how they go on throughout the book until the end when Lena finally sits down to have a conversation (novel idea there) with the girl she thinks Alex loves who tells her Alex still loves her and never stopped loving her blah, blah, blah. Suddenly she's over Julian and back on the Alex train where she should have been the whole time. Despite all this there is no satisfying conclusion to their love story and, along with a lot of other stuff, we're left to draw our own conclusions on how it all plays out. The end is another big problem for me. After wondering around in the Wilds for the whole book and seeing bombings and massacres by the government I'm supposed to believe that a poorly planned and disorganized group of rebels can pull off a successful coup, tear down the wall and suddenly everything's going to be ok and everyone lives happily ever after? Sorry, don't buy that. Pretty much everything is wrong with this book. It's not the story that should have been told and is a completely frustrating and unsatisfying conclusion to the series. Everything that happens is pointless and irrelevant and ultimately a massive disappointment. I feel about this book how cureds feel about life, disinterested and uncaring. What a waste of time. Verdict: Silver Linings Playbook this mess.
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WAIT..IS THIS REALLY THE END?? 8 juin 2013
Par sarah_says - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
WARNING: SOME SPOILERS, A LOT OF RANTING (HEHE)

This book really fell flat. I don't know if the book itself is so bad or because its predecessors were SO GOOD that I felt that the last book was going to end in an epic manner.

Like others have said, the ending felt really rushed and so many questions were left unanswered. But let's start from the beginning:

1. Pandemonium ended with Lena finding out that Alex isn't dead. I was EXTREMELY happy about that. I thought no way would someone as strong as Lena end up with someone as wimpy as Julian (sorry Julian lovers), I just couldn't stand it, nope. So when Alex came back, I knew they would end up together, I just knew it. But they barely talked to one another! I know there is more to the story than Lena and Alex's relationship, but this is a book about the importance of LOVE and here is the MOST important love story! Alex and Lena could die at any moment, and it is hard for me to believe that they would spend time ignoring one another knowing that the next day isn't a guarantee.

2. Lena's character was so different from the first two book. I felt that I could always relate or at least support Lena. In the beginning, she was basically the perfect model for Portland, a good girl who followed the rules. Too afraid to speak up, or to question her surroundings. I would be just like her if I were in her shoes. In the second book, she learns how to be strong, how to forget the past and live despite the fact that she was sad. In the last book, I didn't know what to think of her. Obviously, she still loves Alex-never stopped loving him-but she toys with Julian's feelings. She runs into his arms because she feels like he is the future, like he is the one she is supposed to be with. However, AS MUCH AS SHE WANTED TO, she couldn't convince herself that Julian was the one, and sadly, she couldn't convince me either. Aside from the love triangle, I didn't really see any character development from Lena. I know she gets stronger, but I found myself kind of annoyed with her.

3. THE EPIC REUNION was a huge let down. The past two books, I have BEEN DESPERATELY waiting for Annabel and Lena's reunion. There were so many questions I wanted answers for, so many heartwarming moments that I looked forward to. But no, their reunion was...kind of flat. I still don't know much about Annabel, and I still don't get (how like Alex and Lena) she isn't trying to get to know her mother as much as possible. PEOPLE, PEOPLE there is a freakin rebellion going on! You don't know how many days you have left to live!! I know they are planning to attack, but how horrible would it be if Annabel were to die? And Lena wouldn't be able to tell her what she'd always wanted to? For someone who was constantly missing her mom, Lena sure isn't taking full advantage of their time together.

4. HANA-I really liked the narration switch between Hana and Lena. First of all, I missed Hana. She was a really fun, and lively character. She gives us the perspective of life after the cure, and how it really tears all the colors right out of her. She is semi robotic, and a bit bland which is sad because she used to be so vibrant. Her confession: I kind of saw it coming. Don't ask why, I just kind of knew. That was a beezy move Hanna, *shakes head in disappointment. Also, her ending sucked. Where did she go???????

5. Family: MORE Grace please! Like when did she finally feel comfortable enough to speak? Where is everyone else? Hello?? I need to know!

6. Fred: What the heck happened to him? Did he make it out of the house?

7. Cassie: Despite only one chapter on her-basically-I really liked her character. More about her would be nice, like how did she know Fred was crazy? What did she see during the explosion? Anything!

MOST IMPORTANTLY: who did Lena choose? For me, this was quite obvious. The author kept throwing hints like freaking daggers throughout the book. Although it isn't 100% spelled out, the choice, at least to me is obvious: LENA CHOOSES ALEX. All the times when they were in the Wilds together, she notices Alex. Notices Coral leaning against him, noticing him looking at her, notices when he isn't in the group. She basically uses Julian, and messes with his feelings. She is mostly cold and rude to him, which although I don't care for Julian, I thought was really messed up. The part about King Soloman's story and how Alex left Lena because he would rather sacrifice his own happiness than her's, was very touching because he did this TWICE: when he risked it all to rescue her and make sure she got over the fence, and when he left the safety of the group because he knew that she couldn't move on with Julian if he was there. I think that was when she knew, ALEX IS THE ONE. She admitted that she could NEVER love Julian the way she loves Alex, and she WISHED she could tell him. The ending, where they end up meeting and rejoicing was also a big giveaway. Although I am TEAM ALEX I found it kind of sad how when Alex asked about Julian, Lena was like uh I hope he's safe. Like she couldn't care less.

LASTLY, I didn't like how the author zooms out at the ending. Like instead of focusing on Lena and the people in her group, she starts to generalize talking about tearing down walls. Yes, it was beautifully written, yes it was symbolic. Not to sound heartless, but I would rather she end it on a more personal note. The conclusion left me pissed off, just like the ending of Mockingjay did.

LAUREN OLIVER, could you at least have given me an epilogue? Maybe *fingers crossed* make this into a series instead of a trilogy? I know she said in an interview that not all stories have happy ending, but I am not even asking for that! I know the story ends with the note that the rebellion may not work, but the point is to fight-live free or die-and that is the message Oliver wanted to push. But, honestly I just want some answers! I don't want to imagine what happened to everyone, I want to know. I don't believe Lena would just grab Grace and be like, "Screw my family, and screw Hana!"

PLEASE Lauren Oliver, if you love and care for your readers, write another book and turn this into a series. Can I get an "amen"?
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