[Ebook] ➪ Wither ➩ Lauren DeStefano – Dolove.info

Wither By Age Sixteen, Rhine Ellery Has Four Years Left To Live She Can Thank Modern Science For This Genetic Time Bomb A Botched Effort To Create A Perfect Race Has Left All Males With A Lifespan Of Years, And Females With A Lifespan Of Years Geneticists Are Seeking A Miracle Antidote To Restore The Human Race, Desperate Orphans Crowd The Population, Crime And Poverty Have Skyrocketed, And Young Girls Are Being Kidnapped And Sold As Polygamous Brides To Bear Children When Rhine Is Kidnapped And Sold As A Bride, She Vows To Do All She Can To Escape Her Husband, Linden, Is Hopelessly In Love With Her, And Rhine Can T Bring Herself To Hate Him As Much As She D Like To He Opens Her To A Magical World Of Wealth And Illusion She Never Thought Existed, And It Almost Makes It Possible To Ignore The Clock Ticking Away Her Short Life But Rhine Quickly Learns That Not Everything In Her New Husband S Strange World Is What It Seems Her Father In Law, An Eccentric Doctor Bent On Finding The Antidote, Is Hoarding Corpses In The Basement Her Fellow Sister Wives Are To Be Trusted One Day And Feared The Next, And Rhine Is Desperate To Communicate To Her Twin Brother That She Is Safe And Alive Will Rhine Be Able To Escape Before Her Time Runs Out Together With One Of Linden S Servants, Gabriel, Rhine Attempts To Escape Just Before Her Seventeenth Birthday But In A World That Continues To Spiral Into Anarchy, Is There Any Hope For Freedom

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10 thoughts on “Wither

  1. says:

    As seen on The ReadventurerOh boy, do I have problems with this new crop of YA dystopian post apocalyptic lit I am starting to think that the authors who attempt to explore this genre have no understanding of what it takes to write such books Just making up some new horrible way people are treated in a future society and adding i

  2. says:

    so this is the handmaid s tale for kids with some new details for the modern set premise world is basically over only north america survives, but barely like one step better than the road due to genetic manipulation and subsequent oopses, there are considerably lower life expectancies girls live to be twenty, boys to twenty

  3. says:

    Let me start by saying that I know numerous people who liked or loved this book, and that I see why someone would and I mean no disrespect to your opinions You have, in general, written very eloquent, expressive reviews describing why you liked it and I have read and enjoyed those reviews I m not here to step on anyone s toes.Except maybe Lauren D

  4. says:

    My grandmother was twelve when she got married Fourteen when she gave birth to her first child By the time she was thirty, she had given birth to seven children I m telling you this to give you a little perspective on where I m coming from A culture where child brides are not so far in the past that we can t see their faces A social order where things we c

  5. says:

    This book makes so little sense that it was almost painful to read Admittedly, I finished Blood Red Road about two seconds before I picked this one up, and it has the same basic premise, but is one of the best books I ve ever read They are both post apocalyptic and about twins cruelly separated, trying to find each other I wasn t going to mention the twin thing bec

  6. says:

    I m not a chick that falls easily into hype but sometimes it can be hard to avoid, like with this book It seems like EVERYONE absolutely LOVES this book I have not come across one blogger saying anything to the contrary Of course I could be missing a few but those that I do wander across, love I had to wade into Goodreads reviews to find black sheep like myself that found s

  7. says:

    Surprisingly, the worst thing for me about Wither was the boredom I experienced trying to finish it I had previously been warned that the dystopia made little sense and didn t contain a particularly relevant message to society unless you count trying to scare the hell out of teenage girls who may have otherwise carelessly become pregnant But again, I m not sure what point if any Lau

  8. says:

    EDIT This was not in my original review, and while I did say it on my blog, twitter and several other bookish communities, I think it ought to go here as well Lauren DeStefano is actually a very talented writer She has the enviable ability to create beautiful sentences, and to turn those beautiful sentences into evocative and atmospheric paragraphs, even pages Simply put she has a way wi

  9. says:

    After a great deal of reflection, I can t shake off the fondness I had for this novel For me it had a deep, rich, intoxicating quality that I don t often read in Young Adult novels and has become an increasing rarity for me.Many reviews make a deal of the problems associated with the implausible premise If you think that s going to bother you then you re best to steer clear of this one As for me, unb

  10. says:

    The concept of a society in which girls are forced into polygamous marriages may not be everyone s idea of a good time, but I like art that pushes boundaries or attempts to explore unusual subjects in a meaningful way Besides, the cover is gorgeous And on the set decoration front, Wither is a novel that seductively beckons the reader with alluring images and positively drips with atmosphere Languid you

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