Delirium

I would recommend this book for ages thirteen plus.

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This book takes place in a society where any type of love is considered a disease and at the age of eighteen, you have a surgery that cures you from love.  Lena who is seventeen, along with her best friend Hana, are ready to get the cure.  Once you get the cure, you are then considered normal in the society. Once you have the cure, the society matches you up with who you are going to marry and how many kids you are going to have.  Lena then notices that Hana does not seem as excited about the cure as she used to be. Hana has begun to realize that if they get the cure, they will never be able to have fun ever again, because they would not be able to love anything.  Hana starts to go to illegal parties, that some of their friends are having, and Lena goes to try to stop her.  At the party Lena meets a boy named Alex.  Alex is nineteen and already has the cure.  Alex and Lena start talking at the party and end up becoming really good friends.  After talking for a couple more days Alex tells Lena that he is not cured, and has been pretending.  Lena soon realizes that she does not want the cure either, and would rather try to escape with Alex and Hana.  The only way out is through an electric fence with security cameras and guards everywhere.  Lena thinks that it is impossible to escape, but Alex thinks he knows a way out.

This book was so good and I would definitely recommend it.

My favorite character was Hana, because for a long time she was the only person that realized that the cure was not going to help them.

This book had medium swearing, and medium violence.  Even though there is violence it is not overly graphic.  This book also has medium romance.

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five out of five stars
 
Author: Lauren Oliver
Pages: 441
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