Review: Sever by Lauren DeStefano. I finished this book last night. Once I started reading it I just could not stop. Sever is the last book in this. Sever. Sever. Book 3. Author, Lauren DeStefano. Genre, Young Adult Fiction. Release Date, February 12, Series, The Chemical Garden Book Series. In the third book of The Chemical Garden Trilogy, readers finally learn what exactly a Chemical Garden is.

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Now I don’t want to be mean here, especially since I do think that Lauren D.

I was disgusted by his relationship with Cecily. Like is the virus not there or were people not genetically modified?

Kala’s Book Blog: Review: Sever by Lauren DeStefano

THIS attitude may almost be unhealthier than the purity myth thing, because it’s subtly putting in this idea like Rhine is beholden to Linden. Looking for more reviews of Sever by Lauren DeStefano? They do find the brother, and he’s working for Vaughn and really doesn’t do much of anything except serve as a reason for Rhine to be in Vaughn’s clutches again.

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Sever (Chemical Gardens #3) by Lauren DeStefano

At the very end of Sever, Rhine says this of Linden: Also, she doesn’t spend pages and pages on the romantic storyline. After the extremely depressing trilogy, I was satisfied with the way the author ended Sever. Goodreads – Buy it. Rhine notices a small smear of blood on the windshield which implies that his violent death was caused by his skull smashing into the glass. The part about Rose’s mother being Madame probably not how you spelled that and all of the terrible secrets that Linden’s father had.

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While I may not have been thrilled with the trilogy, it did have many good moments. I can’t forget his fingertips moving up my bare arms, all the hairs on the back of my neck rising with the expectancy when he swept my hair away and kissed me.

The second book was forgettable, but this And in the end, it turned out to just ddestefano an interesting phrase and very little more. Oh my god, when Linden, Cecily, and Rhine got on Reed’s plane, I was kinda tipsy and laughing hysterically at the thought that it would probably be best if the plane simply crashed and everyone died so that this abominable book would end. View all 5 comments.

And I don’t understand introducing the society’s history if you’re not going to integrate it into the plot–wasn’t the whole point of the cure to control society? I actually ended up liking this one a lot more sevdr book two.

This trilogy was actually good. Sorry to hear it was disappointing to you, but really great review. Every so often Rhine would mention that she has absolutely no clue where he was and how she should probably be trying to find him.

It’ll leave you longing for book two. Nothing about Vaughn surprised me. Linden has an uncle? How, pray tell, does she even know what a tarmac is? And then came Sever. Also, how does it make sense that Vaughn would try to destroy other research labs if he was so desperate to find a cure?

There were LOTS of good twists. This is supposedly a world where girls are treated like sex objects and baby makers, Rhine is in a whore house on drugs– and all the customers want to pay for is to watch her make out with Gabriel? Her almost death caused him to finally turn his back on his father. But no matter how painful they are, I can’t be rid of them.


How does that even make sense? Por mas que me moleste Cecily ella hizo mas en todo el libro que Rhine. The fourteen-year-old mother of one who just miscarried and only just got off of bed rest is the one who takes out the bad guy.

But it’s just not unique enough! Not to be an ass, but the author doesn’t seem to know anything about science and the bio major in me died an angry death reading this book. First off, I didn’t like how many mixed signals we got as readers. The model looks gorgeous WE. How is this possible? However, I didn’t understand Rhine’s relationship with Gabriel Tell us what you like, so we can send you books you’ll love.

But I just didn’t care. I suppose I should be relieved that half of the most ridiculous parts of the premise has been waved away. View all 42 comments. I loved the world, the romance, the writing — exactly the kind of book I’ve been craving to read.

Jun 15, Meredith Holley marked it as not-gonna-do-it. There’s probably more I could say about this dreadful series, but I don’t want to waste any more of my time or energy on it.

She never does anything. That the Chemical Gardens weren’t explored. Congratulations, Rhine, I give you the award for most useless heroine; it comes with a nice shiny gilded cage and a cookie wand.